The Mountain is introducing 30 brand new tee shirt designs, all featuring stunning graphics inspired by Smithsonian's iconic collections."
Keene, NH (PRWEB) January 15, 2015
The Mountain® Corporation, an apparel manufacturing and art company known for their hand dyed garments and incredibly lifelike graphics, has announced an exciting new license with the Smithsonian in Washington, DC. As part of their 2015 catalog collection, The Mountain is introducing 30 brand new tee shirt designs, all featuring stunning graphics inspired by Smithsonian’s iconic collections, and all produced in the U.S.A. Each unique tee will have a beautifully embossed hang tag and sticker with fun, educational content to enlighten consumers about the image printed on the tee.
The initial Smithsonian apparel collections feature images from Smithsonian’s National Zoological Park, and include portraits of several endangered and amazing animals from around the world. Clouded leopards, Sumatran tigers, cheetahs, giant pandas, Grevy’s zebras and many other amazing animals are featured in The Smithsonian Apparel Collection, all brought to life by the expert artisans at The Mountain.
Also featured are images from the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum. This breathtaking imagery commemorates some of man’s finest achievements in both flight and space history. The first untethered spacewalk by astronaut Bruce McCandless, the famous footprint signifying man’s first step on the moon, the launch of Space Shuttle Discovery on its final flight to the International Space Station, and many more stunning graphics are sure to inspire audiences the world over.
To view the entire Smithsonian Apparel Collection, visit The Mountain online at http://shop.themountain.me/the-smithsonian/
Are you a retailer looking to sell Smithsonian brand tees in your store? All designs are now available. Visit The Mountain’s wholesale division online at http://wholesale.themountain.com to find out how you can grab some of these amazing tees.
To learn more about Smithsonian and its collections, please visit http://www.si.edu.