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"Wage Theft" Tee
$40.00 Regular price
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'Round these parts we don't take too kindly to sticky-fingered CEO's...

Material & Other Specs:

    • Printed locally in Washington D.C. on Los Angeles Apparel 1801 GD
    • Screen-printed front
  • 6.5 oz./sq. yd.
  • 100% cotton
  • Slightly oversized fit (Recommended you order your normal size)
  • Machine wash cold, inside-out, with similar colors
  • Hang dry

 

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XXL

Body Length

27.5"

28.5"

29.5"

30.5"

31.5"

Chest Width

19"

21"

23"

25"

27"

 

"Birds" Tee
$38.00 Regular price
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Poem by Palestinian poet, Marwan Makhoul. The design features the likeness of the Palestine Sunbird, a species local to the area.

Sales from our "Birds" tees and hoodies will be used to fund charitable contributions to MAP (Medical Aid for Palestinians) to ease the suffering of those affected by violence in Gaza. In addition to your purchase, please consider donating directly to organizations that directly benefit those who have been affected by these ongoing atrocities. Such charities include Doctors Without Borders, The Middle Eastern Children's Alliance, The Palestine Red Crescent Society, and more.

**THIS IS A PREORDER. EXPECT TO SHIP IN 4-6 WEEKS**

Material & Other Specs:

  • Printed locally in Washington D.C. on Los Angeles Apparel 1801 GD
  • Screen-printed front
  • 6.5 oz./sq. yd.
  • 100% cotton
  • Slightly oversized fit (Recommended you order your normal size)
  • Machine wash cold, inside-out, with similar colors
  • Hang dry


S

M

L

XL

XXL

Body Length

27.5"

28.5"

29.5"

30.5"

31.5"

Chest Width

19"

21"

23"

25"

27"

 

"Birds" Hoodie
$78.00 Regular price
/

Size

Poem by Palestinian poet, Marwan Makhoul. The design features the likeness of the Palestine Sunbird, a species local to the area.

Sales from our "Birds" tees and hoodies will be used to fund charitable contributions to MAP (Medical Aid for Palestinians) to ease the suffering of those affected by violence in Gaza. In addition to your purchase, please consider donating directly to organizations that directly benefit those who have been affected by these ongoing atrocities. Such charities include Doctors Without Borders, The Middle Eastern Children's Alliance, The Palestine Red Crescent Society, and more.

**THIS IS A PREORDER. EXPECT TO SHIP IN 4-6 WEEKS**

Material & Other Specs:

  • Printed locally in Washington D.C. on Los Angeles Apparel
  • Screen-printed front
  • 14 oz./sq. yd.
  • 100% pre-shrunk cotton
  • Oversized fit
  • Machine wash cold, inside-out, with similar colors
  • Hang dry


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M

L

XL

XXL

Body Length

26.5"

28"

29"

30"

31"

Chest Width

20"

22"

24"

26"

28"

 

ABOUT

At the very start, Entry Level was little more than a feeling. The simmering resentment in your mind brought on by your boss asking at the last possible second if you can stay and work late on an evening you weren’t expecting to. The sinking realization that the value of your work makes your employer ten times the amount that you will actually end up seeing reflected in your paycheck. The eye-roll-induced indifference to a cable news panel of super-wealthy talking heads running a segment about hOw nObOdY wAnTs To WoRk AnYmOrE, labeling entire generations as “lazy” and “entitled” simply for expressing the sentiment that maybe our economic systems are a little bit unfair.

I wanted to explore the root causes of those feelings. What are the shared experiences of workers today and how does that reflect the health of our society as a whole? Why is it so hard for me to find a job in a field that interests me? Why am I not being paid in a way that reflects my worth to my employer? Why is everything I need in life so expensive and why am I so often told that it’s my fault for not being able to afford them?

That’s what Entry Level is all about—exploring through clothing and design the themes and experiences of those who spawned in at the bottom rung and are just trying to eke out an existence and an honest living in a world that all-too rarely cares to acknowledge the significance of their contributions.