Two Sides of the World, Two Different Fates

This week, Goodjoe released not one but two shirts for pre-order! One of the designs particularly struck my fancy. Go Green ($12 pre-order/$18) by Sven Palmowski (amarillo) shows two halves of the world, like how old maps used to be. One of these halves has gone green and the other hasn’t. The side that hasn’t gone green is in red and shows a world full of pollution, trash, and overall chaos and destruction. That doesn’t look like a pleasant place to live in, does it? The green side, however, is a fruitful place full of life and happiness.Goodjoe, amarillo, Sven PalmowskiWhat I love about Goodjoe t-shirts is that most of the designs have great messages to go along with them. In the case of Go Green, amarillo is telling us that we need to  take care of the place that we live in. Because if we don’t,  it will start looking more and more like the half of the world in red. Simply put, if we look after our planet, then it will remain a pleasant place for us to live in.amarillo, Sven Palmowski, GoodjoeGo Green by amarillo is on pre-order at Goodjoe for $12 through Sunday, October 17. After that, you can purchase the t-shirt for $18.

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