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Jimmy Quadrophenia

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Jimmy Quadrophenia ART-WEAR T-Shirt.

Jimmy Quadrophenia t-Shirt featuring original artwork by Mark Reynolds .This Jimmy Quadrohenia t-shirt is available in a wide range of colours and sizes and is perfect for giving your Mod look a cheeky update.

These t-shirts  are 100% cotton and are custom made to order.

Using the best T-Shirt printing process (Direct to Garment) we are able to reproduce this drawing onto T-Shirts and Hoodies.

It is exclusive to Mr-Arts ART-WEAR range and can only be purchased through the website . Hoodies featuring the same design can be purchased HERE

This bespoke Jimmy Quadrophenia T-Shirt features Jimmy, one of the main characters in the Quadrophenia film. Quadrophenia is the 6th studio album by The Who.  The film which is set in London and Brighton in 1965 involves social, musical and psychological aspects from the Mod Era.

 

 

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Jimmy Quadrophenia T-Shirt

This Jimmy Quadrophenia t-shirt is made using original artwork by Mark Reynolds, available in a wide range of colours and sizes and is perfect for giving your Mod look a cheeky update. It is exclusive to Mr Art and can only be purchased here. Hoodies featuring the same design can be purchased HERE

Ladies T-Shirt Features:

  • Semi-fitted contoured silhouette with side seams
  • Taped neck and shoulders
  • 1,2cm collar
  • Twin needle sleeve and bottom hem

Jimmy Quadrophenia T-Shirt featuring Jimmy, one of the main characters in the Quadrophenia film. Quadrophenia is the 6th studio album by The Who.  The film which is set in London and Brighton in 1965 involves social, musical and psychological aspects from the Mod Era.

 

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Colour

BLACK, WHITE, HELICONIA, SAPPHIRE, NAVY, RED, ROYAL, LIGHT BLUE, AZALEA, SPORTS GREY

Size

S (8-10), M (10-12), L (12-14), XL (14-16), 2XL (18-20)

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