LIMITED COLLECTION - T-shirt The Sorcerer´s Apprentice

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A cotton WOMEN T-shirt inspired by Karel Zeman's famous scary animated fairy tale - The Sorcerer's Apprentice (1977), with the love spell equation that is the motto of the film - "Love is stronger than any spell" - created by the rising Czech artist Tereza Umlaufová.

The T-shirt is hand-screen printed with fluorescent colours that glow in the dark, to show the magical power of this timeless message.

This is a limited run of 50 pieces (men's and women's).

We can accept pre-orders up to our capacity of 50 pieces or until September 30, 2020. The T-shirt will be shipped within 3 weeks under either of one of these two given conditions.

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590 CZK
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Category: Fashion

Organic production

  • Material: 100% cotton.
  • Ecologically processed paint.
  • Hand-screen printed.
  • Premium product, small run.


A T-shirt with a story

The motif on the T-shirt was created by Tereza Umlaufová as part of a project to create a series of collector posters for Karel Zeman's films forming part of her final exams at the Secondary Industrial School of Graphic Arts in Prague.
"I knew only the most famous of his works, such as Journey to the Beginning of Time or The Fabulous Baron Munchausen, so the Sorcerer's Apprentice was completely new to me," explains the new Czech artist, adding that " after watching it, I wanted to capture the main idea of the film that love is stronger than any spell, making use of simple vector graphics." And so the love spell T-shirt was created - a modern graphic expression of the timeless idea in Karel Zeman's film.




The stated dimensions come from the dimension tables of the manufacturer and are given in cm.

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