"Kjøter" pronounced [çø: ́tər] in Norwegian. A dog that does not belong to any particular breed but is of stray mixed origin. The word is most often used in a derogatory sense.
100% of profits from this t-shirt are donated to grassroots charitable animal rights organizations and shelters. Now, because of the horrible situation in Ukraine, we will be donating 100% of the proceeds to helping the animal victims of the war. More details on our donations will be made on our Instagram page in due course.
Photography by Hosung Jang
Fit: Unisex / classic relaxed fit
Carla is 160cm and is wearing a size small.
Made of natural materials with a proven record of social and environmental responsibility
Manufacturing: Stitched in China, printed in Spain.
Fabric: 100% Organic combed cotton. Single jersey.
Care for your Chari-tee
Wash: Inside out on machine cycle 30°
Iron: 110° or lower
Do not tumble dry | Do not bleach
Dogs come first!
The project ━
Our “Chari-tee” project is a new, and ongoing effort working alongside artists and photographers around the world on the subject of animal rights and protection.
Our aim is to raise money for worthwhile independent organisations that help and support dogs who are at the mercy of their circumstances. The organisations we are choosing to work alongside of are often grassrooted in societies where animal welfare has a low priority and is overlooked.
Now, because of the horrible situation in Ukraine, we will be donating 100% of the proceeds to helping the animal victims of the war.
The artists ━
Carlina Gea / Donated photo: "Bikkje" tee
Hosung Jang / Donated photo: "Kjøter" tee