Limited edition Bass Coast Festival 2022 t-shirt

We are excited to show you our 2022 limited edition t-shirt. This year's design is a collaboration between illustrator, Birdfingers, AKA Paige Bowman, and Bass Coast Festival co-founder and creative director Liz Thomson. According to the artists, the wolf design represents loyalty, friendship, teamwork, protection, wildness, instincts and playfulness. Don't miss out - this unique design is only available in our online store for a limited time.

Purchasers can either choose to have their order shipped (with shipping included in the price) or pick up their shirts onsite at Bass Coast Festival 2022. For those choosing the shipping option, orders will ship around February 2022. Learn more

About the artists:

Paige Bowman (they/them) is an illustrator born in Victoria, BC and based in Vancouver. They have studied illustration at both Emily Carr University of Art and Design and Sheridan College. They love dogs, wine, family, hip hop, and Indian food after 2 am. Connect with Paige on Instagram

Liz Thomson is an interdisciplinary artist and the co-founder and creative director of Bass Coast Festival and The Guild Arts Collective. Her expertise in designing and producing immersive audiovisual environments and large-scale installation art for music festivals has led to collaborations with leading artists and organizations across North America. Liz proudly calls Whistler BC home and draws inspiration for her work from time spent on top of mountains with her friends, family and solo adventures into the storm.
Image on Back of T-Shirt

Small Logo on right side on the front of T-shirt

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