Starving Artist Vintage Cotton Cap
Everybody knows that dad caps are no longer just for dads, so get an embroidered cotton twill cap for yourself! This one's really special thanks to the intricate embroidery detail and the washed-out vintage feel.
• 100% cotton twill
• 6-panel unstructured cap with a low profile
• 6 sewn eyelets
• Black sweatband
Metal snap buckle with an antique brass finish
We at Illusions have developed The Age of Artistry Initiative, usually referred to as the AAI. This initiative is an ongoing effort to showcase the work of well-established artists as well as underground artists who continue to inspire the public. Our artists continually push the boundaries of their craft. They help provide our culture with context and perspective. We believe that the history of others has the potential to catalyze the story of others. The goal of AAI is to provide artists with a platform to not only monetize their artwork, but give a platform to tell their story.
To Illusions, an artist is not someone who draws a picture, paints an image, sings a song, or simply writes a poem. An artist is someone who takes something from within and projects that into something that others are able to empathize with. Art is a direct expression of one’s true self through creation.
When joining the AAI we offer a royalty of 10% from all profits derivative of your artwork. All intellectual property remains with you. We handle all marketing and manufacturing efforts. We accept vectored AI files or 300 DPI PSD file formats.
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Life's Illusion is an exclusive curation of designers and artists worldwide collaborating to create casual, fashionable clothing and accessories. We believe in mastering your medium and empowering creatives to do so. Simplicity is the highest form of sophistication, our creations embody this notion. From emotions to memories, questions to objections. Every story we hear, experience, read or listen to connects and shapes our perspective of the world.
Illusion is the only thing that consoles our miseries, yet it is the greatest catalyst of our anguish. Rather than accepting our engulfing gloom, we believe in seeing the world for what it is, and forging it into what it can be.