Crewneck Sweatshirt
Crewneck Sweatshirt
Crewneck Sweatshirt

Crewneck Sweatshirt
by Madeleine Putnam

Why not stay warm and cozy during the SF summer with this soft, heavyweight unisex sweatshirt? It features a cool print that will have you looking stylish.

With a cozy, comfortable fit and a tight knit construction, our crew neck sweatshirt is perfect for keeping you warm the whole SF summer long. With multiple colors to choose from, this sweatshirt is sure to complement any outfit. Made with 3-end fleece fabric and under 5% shrinkage, it's the best in its class.

This Crewneck Sweatshirt features a unique print from "The Wings" by Madeleine Putnam — a participant of the Guaranteed Income Pilot for Artists by YBCA. By purchasing this product, you also support the artist. 80% of profits from the sales in our store go towards the featured artists.

  • ◦ 80% Combed Ring-Spun Cotton, 20% Polyester - the fabric is soft and pleasant to touch, has a subtle luxurious feel. Made from specially spun fibers that make very strong and smooth fabric, perfect for printing.
  • ◦ With Side Seams - located along the sides, they help hold the garment's shape longer and give it structural support.
  • ◦ Twill Necktape - covers the neck seam to stabilize the back of the garment for a more comfortable feel and prevent stretching.
  • ◦ Ribbed Knit Collar with Seam - makes the collar highly elastic and helps retain its shape.
  • ◦ Free delivery across the U.S. for all orders over $100.
Color: Oatmeal Heather
Oatmeal Heather
Oatmeal Heather
Size: L

Machine wash: cold (max 90F or 32C); Do not bleach; Tumble dry: low heat; Iron, steam or dry: low heat; Do not dryclean.

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About artist

Madeleine Putnam

I’m a ceramic artist from San Francisco. I work in a drop-in space in the Tenderloin, where we provide free access to art supplies and education. I have a deep connection with the artist community in this neighborhood. I attended school in New York and earned a BFA in sculpture at Hunter College. My work is concerned with community intimacy, societal detritus, and the commodification of identity. I incorporate found materials into my ceramic, textile, and mixed media sculpture. Since High School, I have also enjoyed drawing and making zines to share my work and connect with the community.

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