Baghdad Turkish Restaurant Unisex Short Sleeve
Baghdad in Arabic Calligraphy
Turkish Restaurant is an icon of the Iraqi Revolution, a time when the people took it to their own hands to record video footage of the Revolution starting Oct 2019. It is also recently received the nickname of the modern Mountain of Uhud The History of the building was built in the 70's by an Indian Company with help of Iraqi Engineers. The building held International Businesses and at the top, there was a world-class Turkish restaurant. However when the Gulf War started many of the businesses including the world-class restaurant have closed, although it maintained the name afterwords. In 2003 when the Americans came to Iraq, this building was also used as a way of rebellion to the American invasion. The American tanks at the time have shot the building with radioactive material and it has killed everyone in the building. Ever since the building has been abandoned and it is unsafe to be at due to its radiation. The building has been an Icon at Tahrir Freedom Square, a symbol of unity of the people of Iraq where it has announced the end of sectarianism, unity, and collaboration of the Iraqi people as a whole.
About the Illustration - evening view of the Iraqi youth collaborating and video recording live of the events taken place of the Iraqi revolution in Oct 2019. Their mobile phones are beams of light and hope for the people of humanity.
Illustration by Shako Mako House
Made in USA
4.2 oz., 100% airlume combed and ringspun cotton, 32 singles Athletic Heather and Black Heather are 90/10 airlume combed and ringspun cotton/polyester Ash is 99/1 airlume combed and ringspun cotton/polyester Alternate Heather CVC/Blend colors are 52/48 airlume combed and ringspun cotton/polyester Heather Prism colors are 99/1 airlume combed and ringspun cotton/ polyester (Unique coloring, grey flecks of heather pulled through the base color) Side seams, retail fit Shoulder to shoulder taping Unisex sizing