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Frank And Oak Just Launched Their 'Make It Local' Collection With Designs From 3 Canadian Artists

The shirts are made right here in Québec and you can buy one today.

Frank And Oak Just Launched Their 'Make It Local' Collection With Designs From 3 Canadian Artists
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Shopping from Canadian small businesses is a great way to help the community flourish.

The Montreal-based clothing brand Frank And Oak is all about sustainability and supporting local, which is why they launched a capsule t-shirt collection called "Make It Local". Until September 1st, you can get 15% off the collection with the code SUMMER15.

They teamed up with three incredible Canadian artists who designed the t-shirts: Devon Pryce, Kiki Makes, and Jesse Katabarwa. Not only were they designed locally, but the shirts themselves were manufactured right here in Canada.

All of the shirts are unisex, 100% organic cotton, and available in sizes XS to XXL.

Devon Pryce

Frank And Oak

Price: $49.50

Details: Devon Pryce is a Toronto artist whose design was inspired by the different multicultural communities around the city. Pryce's creative process involves looks for "inspiration in pretty mundane moments" like everyday interactions and scenes in movies.

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Kiki Makes

Frank and Oak

Price: $49.50

Details: Kiki Makes is based out of Montreal and designed this t-shirt after being inspired by the experience of a shared meal bringing people together beyond taste, especially when eating local. Kiki captures that romantic feeling in the design.

$49.50 On FRANK AND OAK

Jesse Katabarwa

Frank And Oak

Price: $49.50

Details: Jesse Katabarwa is another artist based out of Montreal and created this design on the back that plays with light gradients.

$49.50 On FRANK AND OAK

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