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Based on 23 reviews
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Lori Noell (Killeen, TX, US)
Great shirt!

Love this T!!! Soft, beautiful and so ME!

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Ryan Hueber (Jamaica Plain, MA, US)
Fisjh

It's very nice and it's got cephalopods on it. What more can I say?

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Zoe Huffman (Washington, DC, US)
beautiful shirt!

my new favorite shirt :)

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Allison Cinelli (Hopkinton, MA, US)
in love

this is my new favorite shirt. it shipped fast, and fit good, but on the baggier side. i’m normally Xs to S and the Xs is plenty big on me

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P.M. (Lexington, KY, US)
love!!!!

this shirt is SUPER comfy and looks fantastic!! this shirt was made for me :) i will say, there seems to be a difference in the fit of the cephalopod ID shirt and the coral ID shirt - i got them both in Ms but the coral is definitely roomier than this one. both are still stunning though!

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Cynthia F (River Rouge, MI, US)
More contrast

I love the shirt. I went down a size and that is ok. The color is excellent but it is difficult to read the names and distinguish the pictures on the olive background. No problem with my shark or coral ID shirts.

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Cephalopod ID Tee

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Made in California from 100% ringspun organic cotton and screen printed using algae ink, providing a soft hand feel and excellent wash durability.

Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) Certified, the worldwide leading standard for organic textiles like cotton. GOTS certification ensures our cotton is pure and ethically sourced and is made without chemical pesticides, forced labor, child labor, or unfair wages.

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Screen printed using bio-based, renewable algae ink. At large-scale production, algae black pigments are carbon negative! Algae absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide and that carbon gets “locked” into the bio-based black pigment for over 100 years.

Screen printed using bio-based, renewable algae ink. At large-scale production, algae black pigments are carbon negative! Algae absorb atmospheric carbon dioxide and that carbon gets “locked” into the bio-based black pigment for over 100 years.

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Spirulina (a type of algae) is grown in California using sunlight, water and carbon dioxide from the air. Algae grow faster than terrestrial plants and are renewable. When algae grows it absorbs carbon dioxide and produces oxygen. Algae do not use traditional farmland, thus production does not displace food production.

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The spirulina are grown to produce a blue colorant called phycocyanin, which is extracted and used as a natural food colorant. The remaining material is considered algae by-product, and is then used to make the bio-based black algae pigment on our tees!

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The pigment is purified and milled to form a dispersion with similar characteristics to other traditional petroleum based pigments.

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The pigment is used to create the first commercially available water based ink with bio-based pigments. Using this ink, the tees are screen printed (also in California, where the algae are grown and the tees are manufactured), then shipped to us here in Miami.

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews
96%
(22)
4%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
L
Lori Noell (Killeen, TX, US)
Great shirt!

Love this T!!! Soft, beautiful and so ME!

R
Ryan Hueber (Jamaica Plain, MA, US)
Fisjh

It's very nice and it's got cephalopods on it. What more can I say?

Z
Zoe Huffman (Washington, DC, US)
beautiful shirt!

my new favorite shirt :)

A
Allison Cinelli (Hopkinton, MA, US)
in love

this is my new favorite shirt. it shipped fast, and fit good, but on the baggier side. i’m normally Xs to S and the Xs is plenty big on me

P
P.M. (Lexington, KY, US)
love!!!!

this shirt is SUPER comfy and looks fantastic!! this shirt was made for me :) i will say, there seems to be a difference in the fit of the cephalopod ID shirt and the coral ID shirt - i got them both in Ms but the coral is definitely roomier than this one. both are still stunning though!

C
Cynthia F (River Rouge, MI, US)
More contrast

I love the shirt. I went down a size and that is ok. The color is excellent but it is difficult to read the names and distinguish the pictures on the olive background. No problem with my shark or coral ID shirts.