War with the Mlocks, White Sickness, R.U.R., The Absolute Factory, Talks with TGM, but also Dášenka or Nine Fairy Tales and other legendary Czech books that almost everyone has in their library at home. Their author is none other than Karel Čapek - writer, intellectual, journalist, democrat, husband of Olga Scheinpflugová and also an exceptionally good amateur photographer. You can wear the series of photographs that he took himself in the 1930s on the self-timer of his then camera on your T-shirt. Karel Čapek lived between 1890 and 1938, graduated from grammar school and Charles University, and received a doctorate in philosophy. He worked as an educator, journalist, theatre dramaturge and director, translator and, of course, writer. He was also one of the Fridays - a group of politicians and other personalities who met regularly on Fridays. In addition to Karel Čapek, they included his older brother Josef, an artist, President T. G. Masaryk, Foreign Minister E. Beneš, historian J. Šusta and journalist F. Peroutka. Čapek was one of the greatest Czechoslovak intellectuals of the First Republic. His works, as well as his ideas and quotes are still relevant today.
100% organic cotton
Weight: 155 g/m2
Round neck, narrow neckline
The photo shows the T-shirt in size 5 mm. M
You can also check the dimensions of the T-shirt in the size chart
Table of sizes
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We will deliver your order (in the Czech Republic) within 5 working days. The most common delivery time is 2 days after ordering. The fastest delivery is to the outlets of the parcel office.
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Spokojenost. Perfektní obchod. Tričko kvalitní
Hana Pilná, the wife of the author of this photograph, Jan Kašpar, calls the picture "Havel with a finger".
Woman and fashion. The motif on the T-shirt and the cover of the legendary women's magazine, which was published from 1949 until the end of the 1980s.
In the interwar period, at the beginning of the 20th century, Czechoslovak design was in its heyday.