NYC Graffiti Apparel: Urban T-Shirt With Red Girl, Inspiring Message Launched

Sarah James Jazz Merch has announced a new range of T-shirts, each featuring graffiti photos that Sarah has taken on trips through New York.

The new design features a red woman with black hair against an industrial background, and her outstretched hand has flickering flames around the fingers - while below, the slogan reads "Keep It Lit… Love From NYC."

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Sarah explains that the design speaks to the idea of always staying inspired and motivated, especially as graffiti in New York is so frequently covered up. Despite this, local artists create murals every day - and the 'Red Girl Fiery Hand' piece is a testament to their desire to entertain New Yorkers.

Graffiti has a rich history in New York, evolving from its origins in the 1970s into a popular contemporary art form with new murals created daily. While Sarah James is a professional jazz musician, she has a passion for photography and takes regular trips through the city to find inspiring artwork - creating T-shirts that celebrate the work before they get covered up by new tags.

The 'Red Girl Fiery Hand' design was found on the side of a Lower East Side building and features vibrant reds and oranges set against an industrial backdrop. Sarah chose it for its eye-catching color scheme and inspirational message, feeling that it encapsulates the spirit of New York.

The T-shirt is available in a range of colors, and all shirts are printed and produced in the US, with expected delivery in 7-12 business days.

In addition to the 'Red Girl Fiery Hand' design, Sarah's collection includes other NYC-inspired graffiti pieces, such as 'Money Eyes Man' and 'Blue Moon Girl,' found on the side of a large newspaper dispenser.

The new design has already received positive feedback from customers praising the quality and comfort, noting that the 100% preshrunk cotton provides a soft feel.

Sarah states: "So far I have about 20 images that I photographed in NYC, mostly on the Lower East Side. Each image tells a story, is edgy, and most - if not all of them - are no longer where they were photographed. Graffiti doesn't last long - either the sanitation department comes along and tears them down or people just paste, draw, or otherwise alter the images."

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Name: Sarah James
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Organization: Sarah James Jazz Merch
Address: United States Route 209, Napanoch, NY 12458, United States
Phone: +1-201-723-4762

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