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Sarah Church x Good Co. | Limited Run T-Shirt

Regular price $25.00



Sarah is not a creator of music, but is quite the experienced and passionate listener. With a press of a button, she can transport herself to a different city or time that is far away from her day-to-day problems. She was inspired by “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte” by Georges Seurat; a famous pointillism piece that depicts Parisians relaxing in a park. This scene has always reminded her of the island at Victoria Park in Kitchener, as most week-ends (pre-covid), you could find everyone and anyone in KW relaxing the same way, all together. The music is being played by a man she named Frank, riding a bike. This references the talented, unique, local musicians we have in KW and the song she personally uses when she has anxiety attacks, “Biking” by Frank Ocean.

Photos by Marshall Photography.

This tee is part of the In Good Company collection

Unisex | American Apparel (soft style) limited run black t-shirts. 

Sizes available: XS | S | M | L | XL | XXL
100% cotton, printed in town.

Designed and drawn by our friend Sarah Church.


In Good Company: Designer Collaboration

We're partnering up with local designers each month to offer a limited run tee celebrating music, designed by artists in the community that have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The profits from each shirt sold are shared evenly between the designer and Good Company Productions in an effort to keep bringing in sustainable revenue for the creatives that make Kitchener-Waterloo feel like home.

All sales are pre-orders and will be printed to order. Each design will only be available for sale for two weeks after launch. Please expect a lead time of 3-5 weeks to receive your tee.

Thank you for supporting creative culture in Waterloo Region.