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Monday, June 11, 2012

T-Shirts Featuring Filipiniana


Items related to Filipino culture fascinate me. Realizing that our country is commemorating Independence Day on June 12, I made an inventory of my T-shirts that highlight Filipiniana. The collection might be small in size, but I feel big in pride presenting how these shirts look:



(Note:  I apologize for the look of the shirts, which have been just gotten out of our clothesline at the time of posting.)

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The design above has texts that read "Bayan ko" above and below "Pilipinas."  It includes the Sun-and-Stars logo.





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A glow-in-the-dark, white Philippine map contrasts the black background of this shirt.  Meanwhile, the back side of this shirt also includes a glow-in-the-dark Sun-and-Stars logo.

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The predominantly sky blue shirt shows a calesa, the facade of Fort Santiago, and a row of buildings along Manila Bay. Again, this shirt features the Sun-and-Stars.



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This shirt has a Philippine map in green with the text "Pearl of the Pacific."  Key Philippine cities and provinces are indicated.



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The design depicts a tropical fish, coconut trees in an island, sharks, and a sailboat. The Philippine map indicates main islands, provinces, and cities.



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The Sun-and-Stars motif is repeated in this brown shirt. "CULTURE," "REAL PINOY," and "SHIRT" appears in the three biggest solar rays, respectively. The green version is shown  below.

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3 comments:

  1. oh this is cool :D

    I only have a few, most of which don't fit me anymore :))

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  2. i watched showtime this noontime and i noticed the jacket that ryan bang wears,its beatiful,you should buy one to include it in your selection...

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  3. To my mind, it was better to take good photos of these T-shirts. The customer always pays attention on how the clothes look. This is the first impression. Do you agree?

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