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ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: My Childhood's Bus T-shirt - avail in unisex (Singapore SBS bus)


Premium 100% cotton, ​180 g/m2 high thread count, super comfy! Asian Fit with round neck. Premium Direct-to-Garment Print, ink applied directly to garment. Safe to be washed and iron for many times. 

ONLY FREESIZE IS AVAILABLE (Freesize = M size). In stock everyday.  

"Pick Your Size Order" (Our online only, RARE promotion! Once every few months!)
1. You get to choose your size (S-XL)
2. Special Price @ SG$25 each + Secret FREEBIE Gift!
3. FREE regular postage (with photo proof)
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This product is printed on demand and cannot be returned or exchanged. If you need help with sizes, feel free to LIVE chat. Pls allow 1-2cm of differences with the tee measurement. 

Male Model size: 175cm wearing M. 
Female Model size: 165cm wearing S.

(Check with us to see if the sizes are ready in stock. Otherwise waiting time of 9-14 days for item to reach you. Email/FB msg to enquire iam@pigologist.com ) 

Size Chart (see photo chart guide with height and weight)
S chest/length 47 x 68 cm
M chest/length 50 x 71 cm
L chest/length 53 x 73 cm
XL chest/length 56 x 76 cm
(Pls leave size under note for seller, upon checkout)

This is an illustrated childhood memory of my bus trip. Accompanied with imaginary local characters, such as the Merlion, the Tiger which appears on everyone's SG dollar notes and other quirky animals. Those were the days when air-conditioned buses were not available and one can feel the breeze from the opened windows.

Singapore Collectibles:
Singapore has been evolving at a killing pace. What are left from the olden days, are in danger of being left behind or demolished. Singapore Collectibles is a series of quirky articulations of how local illustrator, PIGOLOGIST, would like to remember her childhood days and tribute what she likes in her homeland, Singapore. Every Singapore Collectibles sends out a campaign message through illustration, in the hope to save heritage sites such as Toa Payoh's Dragon Playground  to the nostalgic Tiong Bahru. Clinging on to the last vestiges of what makes us Singaporean. Bring home a little memory of what matters to Singaporean and where you've set foot on.

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