Quentin the flower by Lapin Liberté

Lapin Liberté

 Who doesn't like a large flower Pride print with the one and only Quentin 

Sting dedicated his song "Englishman in New York" (1987) to Crisp. He had jokingly remarked "that he looked forward to receiving his naturalisation papers so that he could commit a crime and not be deported." In late 1986 Sting visited Crisp in his apartment and was told over dinner, and the next three days, what life had been like for a homosexual man in the largely homophobic Great Britain of the 1920s to the 1960s. Sting was both shocked and fascinated and decided to write the song. It includes the lines:

It takes a man to suffer ignorance and smile,
Be yourself no matter what they say.

This gorgeous organic  tee is available in both black and white printed with eco inks  limited edition run on. This unique  tee.

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