Coastlines T-Shirt

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Norway has the third largest coastline (relative to its area) in the world. So how do the Scottish Islands and their rugged coastlines compare?

Using a mixture of census data and mapping tools, this print explores the coastline ratios of the largest 23 uninhabited Scottish islands. 

These islands are grouped by location from the north eastern islands at the top to the western isles at the bottom. These groups create the rocky coastline effect on the left of the design. The further the rock extends to the right, into the sea, the larger the coastline length relative to its area. Essentially the more jagged the coastline.

Each line represents a different island and the start of the wave illustrates the area islands area. The further the waves are positioned to the right, the larger the island area.


Limited Edition of 50
Organic Cotton Ochre Dyed T-Shirt. Made in Bangladesh 
Hand Pulled Silkscreen Print. Printed in Glasgow
175gsm GF Smith Colorplan Story. Made in Hull and Printed in London
100% Recycled Paper Sack. Made in Lancashire

Size Guide

Small | 38.5" Chest + 27" Length  98cm Chest + 69cm Length
Medium | 41" Chest + 28" Length  104cm Chest + 72cm Length
Large | 43" Chest + 29" Length  110cm Chest + 74cm Length
XL | 45.5" Chest + 30" Length  116cm Chest + 76cm Length
XXL | 48" Chest + 30.5" Length  122cm Chest + 78cm Length


UK = £3 | Europe = £15 | ROW = £20.
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