- As a proudly Australian initiative, we’re excited to showcase a collection of Australian stories, music, tributes and more.
The team at Baha’i Blog is super excited to launch our latest t-shirt design on the Baha’i Blog Shop! It’s called ‘World Citizen’, and like all of our t-shirt designs, we only print a limited number in a variety of sizes, and once we’re sold out, that’s it! So hurry up and order your shirts before they’re gone!
The Baha’i Blog team has created these shirts to help us raise funds to keep doing what we’re doing, and to also explore the use of Baha’i-inspired content through the medium of worn apparel. All of our shirts include FREE GLOBAL SHIPPING too! So if you’d like a cool Baha’i-inspired t-shirt and also want to help us in our endeavors, then check out our online shop and place your orders now!
Our new ‘World Citizen’ t-shirt was designed by our very own Collis Ta’eed, and is inspired by Baha’u’llah’s quotation: “The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens”. Collis actually designed the shirt when we first started Baha’i Blog, but we weren’t selling t-shirts then, so we’re happy to be able to share his awesome design with everyone now.
Just a couple of days ago we used the Grand Canyon Baha’i Conference as a launching pad to sell our new design. It was so popular that we’ve already almost sold out of many of the sizes, so head on over to Baha’i Blog’s online Shop to get your shirts now before it’s too late!
The ‘World Citizen’ shirt is navy blue, 100% cotton, and screen printed by hand in California using water-based inks. It’s available in all sizes, including adult (we have a men and women cut), youth, and infants! All shirts fit true to size and all of our adult and children’s shirts are from Ascolour, a high quality t-shirt manufacturer from New Zealand. Trust me, you’ll notice the shirt quality!
We also have a small number of our previous designs left too, so make sure you get those as well before they’re completely gone!
All proceeds from the sales of our shirts go directly towards enabling the Baha’i Blog team to continue creating awesome Baha’i-inspired content.
Thank you for your support!
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