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Knowledge Fight Coat-of-Arms (unofficial) - Tailored-Fit Hawaiian Shirt - FNDRSR

Knowledge Fight Coat-of-Arms (unofficial) - Tailored-Fit Hawaiian Shirt - FNDRSR

SKU: D2553925

This shirt references the amazing podcast, "Knowledge Fight," being my attempt to create a coat of arms for the show. All ingredients are from the Commons and many of them require attribution - I will get on that as soon as I can. The exception is the picture of Celine, the cat, which I lifted off of the show's Instagram.


The Legend:


- The butterfly wings represent Dan and Jordan's love of animals.

- The raptor and the alien robot (couldn't find a suitable Gray) reference Project Camelot.

- The cat is, of course, Dan's cat, Celine. She is wearing a crown of lilacs as a nod to Dan's horticultural efforts. She is also wearing a suit of armour because that's how she rolls.

- The design is set on a mound as is often the tradition, in this case a pitcher's mound because of Jordan's love of baseball.

- The scroll at the bottom reads the Latin for "Neighbours!!"

- The belt bears the Latin for an early motto for the podcast, "Uncomfortable, Tragic, Funny."

- The shield is devoted to Alex Jones, featuring a bag of money, a red pill, stacks of paper, a bullhorn, and a highly stylized black-only graphic of Alex looking worried.


All profits from the sales of this shirt will be donated to the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre here in Vancouver.


"InterestPrint® All Over Print Hawaiian Shirt (Model T58)

Type: 95% Polyester, 5% Spandex, All-Over Printing 7.30 Oz.

Personalized and stylish.

Made from 95% polyester and 5% spandex, lightweight and comfortable.

Each panel is cut and sewn together to ensure a flawless graphic.

Regular fit with short sleeves.

Complete with V-neck and side slits.

Perfect top for summer wearing and relaxing vacation.

Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

Machine wash: cold (max 40℃ or 104℉); non-chlorine; iron with cover; do not tumble dry; In the shade place."


For a size size chart with measurements in inches, please see this information:



"We can't guarantee exact placement.

There might be slight discrepancies in print placement.

We allow the color accuracy deviation of the finished product and the mockup image to be within 5%.

There may be small differences in the design of clothing products, with a deviation of 2-3 cm measured manually during the production process.

It is impossible to perfectly align patterns or images from front to back for all over print products."


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