Sun Mu was born in North Korea and defected in the late 90's. Originally trained and used by the North Korean Army as a propaganda artist, he eventually made his escape and hid in China for three years. He now utilizes his paintings as a voice for the North Korean people.
He uses the pseudonym "Sun Mu" to avoid risking his family's safety back in North Korea. This name can be translated as "no divisions," which alludes to his hope for a united Korea.
This design comes from a cut-paper illustration Sun Mu created.
As always, 100% of the proceeds from your purchase fund our work.
Please note that the modeled images do not include the LiNK tag on the sleeve. The final product includes the tag.
All colors are screen printed on Bella+Canvas' unisex triblend short sleeve tee (50% polyester, 25% combed and ring-spun cotton, 25% rayon). Click here for size chart.