An homage to the historical homeland of Armenians (now present-day Eastern Turkey) where many were involved in trade, commerce, agriculture and the arts. The Armenian Genocide of 1915 led to the annihilation of the population in the area, seizure of all properties belonging to Armenians and destroyed the region as a cultural center for its inhabitants. After the genocide, survivors from the region were dispersed across the world, becoming part of the global Armenian diaspora. The Western Armenian dialect - spoken for millennia - is now considered an endangered language by UNESCO.
- 100% Cotton
- Fashion fit
- Screen printed by hand
- Watercolor print - Water-based printing features inks that are soft, breathable and able to soak into the fabric of the garment, rather than sitting on top, making for an extra soft, no-feel print.
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