Providence: Weird Since 1636 - Adult Men's Tee
Roger Williams, a Puritan minister exiled from the Massachusetts Bay colony for spreading "diverse, new, and dangerous" ideas, later went on to found the city of Providence in 1636. It remains a haven of wonderful weirdos, outcasts, and misfits to this very day. This design shows a tentacles monster assaulting the landmark Manchester Street Power Station, referencing the monsters imagined by H.P. Lovecraft, whose literary legacy still haunts the streets of Providence.
Printed on a super-soft & lightweight tri-blend garment in a dark grey heather color. This style of tee is cut slightly slimmer through the body for a stylish contemporary fit. Shirt pictured is a size Medium.
Designed and printed by Jenna Goldberg of Milkcan Industries in Providence, RI.