90s Crass Anarchy & Peace Bloody Revolutions t-shirt Large

Chest: 23 in.

Length: 29 in.

Content: 100% Cotton

Tag Brand: Schwartz

This awesome vintage tee comes from Crass, an art collective and punk band that formed in England in the late 70s. They helped to popularize and promote the anarcho-punk movement and advocated for feminism, animal rights, direct action, ant-fascism, and environmentalism. They also helped to birth the DIY ethic of punk when their record label refused to include the song "Reality Asylum" on their album The Feeding of 5000. This lead the band to distribute copies themselves.

This shirt includes their anarchy and peace logo, a design which the band used to graffiti in the London underground and over billboards. It can be seen on the cover of their album Stations of Crass, which shows a wall at the Bond Street tube station which was decorated by the band. Following this album the band released the single "Bloody Revolutions" which sampled the song "Revolution" by the Beatles. The song was intended as a critique of the traditional Marxist view of revolutionary struggle.        

This shirt fits like a modern unisex adult over sized Large. This shirt is distressed with holes, fading, and spots, see pics.



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