- Hand Screen-Printed in Detroit
- Michelle Tanguay Design
- Fine Jersey (100% Cotton) construction
- Size S approximately 17 1/8 (43.5 cm) in total length
- Fabric weight 4.3 oz/yd² (146 g/m²)
Tanguay Short Sleeve Cropped T-Shirt Movement Design
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Official Movement Merchandise
Michelle Tanguay moved to Detroit from Buffalo, NY at the age of 17 while pursuing her creative aspirations. She studied Fine Art at the College For Creative Studies where she discovered her love of oil painting. Her sex-positive feminist ideals quickly became an important theme of her work. Tanguay's first public exhibition in 2012 at the Redbull House of Art in Detroit featured large scale portraits of women eating candy. The playful, bright, candy colored portraits featured beautiful women in sexually evocative but seemingly innocent poses. Libidinous by nature, the works at times can elicit a prurient response and have been criticized by some as being obscene. Tanguay continually creates works that reside within the “sweet tooth” series, alongside hundreds of paintings in a wide variety of themes and styles. A result of the artists unquenchable thirst for exploration and perpetual need to create. Today she can be found feverishly working away on countless projects and private commissions in her studio in midtown Detroit. Tanguay has recently created works for Wright&CO, Ashe coffee, Murals in the Market, Complex MI, and Brooklyn Outdoor, and her work was featured in the exhibition 'The Detroiter’ at Heron Arts in San, Francisco. Michelle’s paintings can also be seen on public display throughout the city of Detroit, from a large public outdoor installation on the corner of Main and Washington downtown, to a mural in the historic Eastern Market district.
A basic cropped t-shirt with a soft, smooth feel and slightly relaxed fit.