V neck shirt for Hidden Peterloo Massacre
Produced in 2018 to promote the work of the Hidden Peterloo Massacre Project. Dye sublimation print on synthetic textile.
Available in sizes: Small, Medium, Large, Extra Large and Extra Extra Large.
As a temporary measure, please email email@example.com with your request and we will issue you with an invoice.
The image is also available on an enamel badge and a mug.
Other merchandising from Red Saunders’ Hidden Peterloo Massacre Project can be seen in greetings cards, postcards, posters and bookmarks.
Other clothing available includes hoodies and t-shirts (designed by Craig Oldham) and a polo neck shirt.
The Peterloo Massacre
On August 16th 1819 tens of thousands of working people – men, women and children – walked from surrounding towns to the centre of Manchester to hear the call for the right to vote.
The local ruling class unleashed the constabulary and mounted Yeomanry on the peaceful crowd. At least 18 people were killed, including children, and around 650 were severely injured.
The Hidden Project shines photographic light on great moments in the long struggle of working people for democracy and social justice. The project, through reimagining those events, reproduces important historic scenes involving the dissenters, revolutionaries, radicals and non-conformists who have so often been hidden from history.
Red Saunders is a professional photographer who combines his photographic practice with cultural, musical and political activism. Images copyright Red Saunders 2019. Further information, reading list and full credit list of supporters and volunteers: www.hiddenpeterloomassacre.com . For further information firstname.lastname@example.org