"Thrifted Finds With New Designs!"

Unprint™ Wear is an independent streetwear brand that screen prints by hand on thrifted and donated garments. Print process takes place in a living room in Oakland, California. Garment resourcing varies and details can be found on product pages. The goal is to uplift QTBIPOC artists, have fun, experiment with design, find better ways to take care of the Earth, and make sustainability fashionable and accessible. 

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-M

First seen in Egyptian tombs, then in alchemical texts, an ouroboros is a dragon or snake that eats its own tail to signify the eternal cycle of life and death. It eats itself to undergo rebirth, to find new life after consuming the old. A symbol that has lasted centuries, and continues to be seen today. 

First seen in Egyptian tombs, then in alchemical texts, an ouroboros is a dragon or snake that eats its own tail to signify the eternal cycle of life and death. It eats itself to undergo rebirth, to find new life after consuming the old. A symbol that has lasted centuries, and continues to be seen today. 

First seen in Egyptian tombs, then in alchemical texts, an ouroboros is a dragon or snake that eats its own tail to signify the eternal cycle of life and death. It eats itself to undergo rebirth, to find new life after consuming the old. A symbol that has lasted centuries, and continues to be seen today. 

First seen in Egyptian tombs, then in alchemical texts, an ouroboros is a dragon or snake that eats its own tail to signify the eternal cycle of life and death. It eats itself to undergo rebirth, to find new life after consuming the old. A symbol that has lasted centuries, and continues to be seen today. 

First seen in Egyptian tombs, then in alchemical texts, an ouroboros is a dragon or snake that eats its own tail to signify the eternal cycle of life and death. It eats itself to undergo rebirth, to find new life after consuming the old. A symbol that has lasted centuries, and continues to be seen today. 

First seen in Egyptian tombs, then in alchemical texts, an ouroboros is a dragon or snake that eats its own tail to signify the eternal cycle of life and death. It eats itself to undergo rebirth, to find new life after consuming the old. A symbol that has lasted centuries, and continues to be seen today. 

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