A Trip to Chinatown Poster by Beggarstaff, 1895 - Short Sleeve T-Shirt


The Brothers Beggarstaff, A Trip to Chinatown musical poster, 1895. 

The Brothers Beggarstaff were William Nicholson (1872-1949) and his brother-in-law James Pryde (1866-1941).

The Beggarstaffs' posters were created using entirely novel techniques involving collaging cut-paper shapes or stencilling flat colour onto huge sheets of ordinary brown wrapping paper. Their striking simplicity, relying on outline and silhouette to suggest forms, demonstrated the young artists’ idea that a poster must be effective, even when merely glimpsed from a moving horse-bus.

Crew neck T-shirt with short sleeves and designed with superior Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton.

£19.99 GBP


Made in California by Bella + Canvas and printed in the UK and US, our cool, eco-friendly cotton T-Shirts are very probably the softest, smoothest tees you’ve ever felt.

Made from a soft and lightweight 100% combed and ring-spun cotton.

It has a retail fit with short sleeves and a crew neck. Featuring side seam construction and shoulder-to-shoulder taping to help the t-shirt retain its shape.


CHEST (Inches) - : Small: 36-37; Medium: (38-41); Large (43-45); XL (46-49); 2XL (50-53); 3XL (54-57).

BODY LENGTH HPS (Inches. Measured from the highest point of the shoulder to the bottom hem of the shirt) - : Small. (28); Medium (29); Large (30); XL (31); XXL (32); XXXL (33). 

ECO: Printed using water based inks. Neo-pigment water-based inks are 100% non-hazardous, toxin-free and completely vegan friendly.


Machine wash at a low heat.
Wash garments inside-out, with similar colours.
Avoid using bleach. Use non-chlorine bleach if necessary.
Do not use fabric softeners.
Tumble dry on a low cycle. Hang-dry for longer life.
Cool iron inside-out. Do not iron directly on the print.
Do not dry clean.


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