Named for the potent plant fabled to originate in Venango County, Utica B is a clothing line dedicated to sustainability. Profits from this clothing line will be used to subsidize clothing for people with disabilities We are looking for sewers and tailors that can go out into the Pittsburgh community and size people with physical disabilities. Profits from our screen printing sales or embroidery will go towards paying local tailors a decent wage to cater garments to people with disabilities.
Utica B is looking to form a collective of garment workers in the Pittsburgh area to create clothing for people with disabilities that are fashionable and tailored to their needs. Anyone can purchase our screen printing designs to help subsidize this collective.
Mitch has partnered withe the Neon Grouse Embroidery and Screen Printing Shop to create an online store for his T-shirt designs. After reading a book by the founder of Patagonia, Mitch was inspired to try to start a clothing company based on good practices. He wants to eventually print on shirts made from organic cotton and using fair labor policies. That is why he is introducing a new line of shirts in the New Year called "Old Shirt". These will be polo shirts recovered from second hand stores that have a simple logo embroidered on the left chest "Old Shirt". This line from the very beginning combines recycling and sustainability into a clothing line from Utica B.
If you would like to preorder an "Old Shirt" polo please email us with your size. We cannot guarantee a color but will be able to accommodate sizes M-2XL in mens and are working on women's sizes. If you are someone who sews and would like to form a collective to revolutionize the garment industry please contact us today. Click the button below to be taken to our marketplace partnership with the Neon Grouse. If you have embroidery or screen printing needs please contact Utica B and all commissions will be used to subsidize clothing costs for people with disabilities. Thanks.
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Maybe you're a writer, maybe you're a poet, maybe you have a colorful way of telling hunting stories like my father. My dad is the original wordsmythe. Every family has one. I made this shirt with him in mind but ran extras in case others identify as a wordsmythe. Get yours today for $25 plus shipping. Sizes small, medium, and large are printed on Hanes eco-shirts which use 5 percent recycled plastic in their manufacture. Sizes XL and 2XL also available.
Growing up in Utica, PA there was a steel one lane bridge coming into town that everyone would jump off into French Creek. Cars crossing the bridge would make a distinctive sound and often vehicles would have to wait at one end of the bridge for a car coming the other direction to clear it. The 100 year old bridge was replaced in the early 2000's with a single level concrete bridge. Local conspiracy theorists believe it was replaced so that the government could roll tanks into the small town. Others feel that it was just time for an upgrade.
Show your support for direct democracy by sporting a Mitch4Mayor shirt. The front has a small "Direct Democracy" on the left chest and the back of the shirt has the Mitch4Mayor.com website. Friend Mitch on facebook and share certain posts to be entered into a drawing for a free campaign shirt.
How many mayoral candidates have spent time in solitary confinement in the county jail. Show your support for Mitch with this jail uniform replica. Printed on the back of a red scrub top we are asking $30 for this item plus shipping.
Show your support for one of the most interesting podcasts around. Season 1 starts as a podcast about coal mining, season 2 is novel about a technological and political revolution, and season 3 is the founding of a technology startup. Subscribe to the podcast and sport the shirt today!
Polk Center is a State run facility in northwestern Pennsylvania for people with mental and intellectual disabilities. It is scheduled to close in 2022. People from the area pronounce "Polk" like "Poke". This shirt plays off of this colloquialism. Perfect for any gender identity, let people know where your "Poke Center" is with this funny T-shirt. Half of all profit will be donated to the National Alliance on Mental Illness or NAMI.
I came up with this shirt design while on vacation near Asheville, NC. We were staying on a farm in a tiny house and of course there were chickens. The rooster would wake us up at 5am every morning. It reminded me of when we lived in East Liberty and there was a group of chickens living wild down the street.
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