'The Afternoon Franco Began to Imagine' Boxy Trash Tee


Made in collaboration with the historic Levitt Pavilion Los Angeles

The Boxy cut is a slimmer fit with a straight body that hits around the hips, a wider neck and slightly cropped sleeves.

This artwork is a depiction of Italian Artist Franco Assetto during a primitive period. Franco the hominid learns to sculpt, its imagination runs like a busy freeway with ideas obstructing every exit. Francos’ curiosity opens doorways to the unknown. As it stares pensive and profoundly to a stone held in its hand, Franco begins to tap a stone to another. Franco sculpts the The Big Candy.

Artist Bio: Alex Gonzalez

Alex Gonzalez, also known as OTISWOODS, was born and raised in the Westlake / MacArthur Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, where he still resides to this day. His body of work explores a small window into how he perceives strength, the human will and industry. As a first generation American Latino born from Guatemalan immigrant parents, his experience is not unlike the millions that reside in the United States. OTISWOODS' work aims to bring awareness, recognition and acknowledgement to the immigrant struggle and bring life to the American Dream. 
Ultimately, he aims for the viewer to leave with a degree of empathy towards the immigrant experience, to understand the struggle to BE, that we all continuously share.


-100% Recycled Cotton Jersey (the first of its kind!)
-99.5% Biodegradable (everything but the label!)

-Made from remnants of US-grown cotton waste collected at the yarn source
-Responsibly manufactured from fabric to finish in South Los Angeles
-Garment dyed after it’s sewn
-Preshrunk and ready to wear
-This item is final sale and cannot be returned

Care instructions: 

-Wash warm with like colors
-Do not bleach
-Tumble dry medium, inside out

 Size Chart: 

LENGTH 21.25" 22" 22.5" 23.25" 24" 26"
CHEST 34" 36" 38" 40.5" 43" 46"
SLEEVE 5.5" 5.75" 6" 6.5" 6.5" 7"