Faceless People - Incarcerated Artist Collab

Faceless People - Incarcerated Artist Collab

This shirt was designed in collaboration with William B Livingston. Will is an artist currently incarcerated in Oklahoma.


The Faceless People design is based on a zine Will made and sent to others while incarcerated. Half of the proceeds will be going to Will's family and commissary, and 20% will be donated to the rapid release bail fund. We hope everyone in the collective appreciates Will's art as much as we have over the past few years, and we hope to continue to use our platform to amplify the voices and work of those currently and formerly incarcerated, and their loved ones.


The text and art on the front and back is designed and written by Will. It says: "So many people in prison have lsot htier identity and have become nothing more than a number and a commodity. Unfortunately this is the case for many free people as well. This shirt is to represent those who have become faceless - William B Livingston


4.5oz ringspun cotton tee. Super soft, unisex fit. Order one size up for a looser fit. View our size guide for more information.


Screen printed, tagged, and folded by our amazing formerly incarcerated team.


We use the rest of the proceeds to develop educational content, fund abolitionist journalism, develop campaigns for justice, employ formerly incarcerated people, and more. Learn about our mission here.