African cultural history and heritage has a debt to the Zulu tribes, and especially to its brilliant leader Shaka Zulu, that brutal warrior who managed to unite, in blood and iron, in a single kingdom all the scattered tribal factions of South Africa . Fierce as a panther his international fame came from his clashes with the Boers. Militarily prepared and educated against the domination of the whites, the Zulu tribes protected their lands for years against exploitation and colonialism. Today, Shaka, is a national symbol, and the traditions and values that he forged during his Empire still resonate on the black continent.
Sophia Perennis - White T-Shirt
"God is in the center, all roads lead to Him."
Design inspired by the pictorial work of the thinker, philosopher and poet Frithjof Schuon, promoter of Sophia Perennis, spokesman for Traditionalism and philosopher of the metaphysical current of Shankara and Plato, advocated the "Transcendent Unity of Religions" as an antidote against nihilism contemporary.
Through his drawings, he shows the embodiment of his thoughts and the ways of life of the traditional cultures of his trips to North Africa, the Near East, India, Egypt and especially the West of North America where he showed his deep interest in life. , the symbols and rites of the Plains Indians, the Redskins.
White Unisex T-shirt with frontal print, 100% ring spun cotton, great comfort and durability. All our garments are printed in high quality and designed by talented creatives and illustrators.
It is not just another soulless and lifeless t-shirt. We stand behind every product we make, this together with our dedication and passion to every detail, Culters' hallmark. Exclusive graphic compositions with character, philosophy and style.
- Semi-tight t-shirt with medium weight, comfortable and soft touch, Shoulder-to-shoulder neckband, Double-needle stitched neckline, bottom hem and sleeves.
- 100% Ring Spun Cotton
- The cotton that has been used is sustainably grown and ethically harvested. We use ecological inks that are not toxic, nor dangerous
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