Eat The Rich Collection

Eat The Rich Crewneck Sweatshirt - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Crewneck Sweatshirt - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Crewneck Sweatshirt - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Crewneck Sweatshirt - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Crewneck Sweatshirt - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Crewneck Sweatshirt - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Crewneck Sweatshirt - Self Sovereignty

Eat The Rich Crewneck Sweatshirt

Regular price $45.00
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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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Ideal for any situation, a unisex heavy blend crewneck sweatshirt is pure comfort. These garments are made from polyester and cotton. This combination helps designs come out looking fresh and beautiful. The collar is ribbed knit, so it retains its shape even after washing. There are no itchy side seams on these sweaters.

.: 50% Cotton 50% Polyester
.: Medium-heavy fabric
.: Loose fit
.: Sewn in label
.: Runs true to size

  S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL
Width, cm 50.80 55.90 60.96 66.00 71.12 76.20 81.28 86.36
Length, cm 68.58 71.12 73.66 76.20 78.74 81.28 83.80 86.36
Sleeve length, cm 50.80 53.40 55.90 58.40 61.00 63.50 66.10 68.60

 

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Eat The Rich Collection Champion Series Sweatshirt

Regular price $70.00
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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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The American heritage brand, Champion, brings you the eco crewneck sweatshirt. It features Double Dry® technology and is made of a cotton/polyester blend optimized for warmth and comfort. It has the iconic "C" logo on the left sleeve and is made of 5% recycled polyester from plastic bottles.

.: 50% cotton, 50% polyester
.: Medium heavy fabric
.: Regular fit
.: Sewn in label
.: "C" logo on the left sleeve

  S M L XL 2XL
Width, cm 50.80 55.85 60.96 66.05 71.12
Length, cm 68.58 71.12 73.66 76.20 78.74
Sleeve Length (from center back), cm 91.44 93.35 94.62 97.16 99.06

 

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Eat The Rich Crewneck Tee

Regular price $30.00
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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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The unisex heavy cotton tee is the basic staple of any wardrobe. It is the foundation upon which casual fashion grows. The specialty spun fibers provide a smooth surface for premium printing vividity and sharpness. No side seams mean there are no itchy interruptions under the arms. The shoulders have tape for improved durability.

.: 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Medium fabric
.: Classic fit
.: Tear away label
.: Runs true to size

  S M L XL 2XL 3XL 4XL 5XL
Width, cm 45.70 50.80 55.80 60.90 66.00 71.10 76.30 81.20
Length, cm 72.40 74.90 77.50 80.00 82.60 85.10 87.60 90.20
Sleeve length, cm 18.40 19.70 20.90 22.20 23.50 24.80 26.00 27.30

 

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Eat The Rich Collection Long Sleeve Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Collection Long Sleeve Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Collection Long Sleeve Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Collection Long Sleeve Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Collection Long Sleeve Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Collection Long Sleeve Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Collection Long Sleeve Tee - Self Sovereignty

Eat The Rich Collection Long Sleeve Tee

Regular price $35.00
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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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A bit more formal than a standard-issue t-shirt, the ultra cotton long sleeve tee is a clear comfort winner. The sleeves also act as a nice frame. There are no side seams. The shoulders are tapped for improved durability. This makes for a good fitting around the shoulders and neck. The cotton used for these shirts is environmentally friendly.

.: 100% Cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Medium fabric
.: Classic fit
.: Sewn in label
.: Runs smaller than usual

  S M L XL 2XL
Width, cm 45.70 50.80 55.90 60.90 66.00
Length, cm 71.10 73.60 76.20 78.70 81.30
Sleeve length, cm 63.50 64.80 66.00 67.30 68.60

 

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Eat The Rich Infant Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Infant Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Infant Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Infant Tee - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Infant Tee - Self Sovereignty

Eat The Rich Infant Tee

Regular price $20.00
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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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The infant fine jersey tee is a balance between comfort and durability. This fabric is specially spun to be strong and smooth. Solid colors are 100% cotton. Other colors feature polyester. There are side seams. The collar has ribbed knitting for improved durability. The shoulders are tapped with twill for improved fitting.

.: 100% Combed ringspun cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Light fabric (4.5 oz/yd² (153 g/m²))
.: Classic fit
.: Runs true to size

  6M 12M 18M 24M
Width, cm 25.40 27.90 30.50 33.00
Length, cm 31.70 34.20 36.70 39.30
Sleeve length, cm 9.50 10.20 11.40 12.10

 

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Eat The Rich Toddler T-shirt

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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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Equipped with a classic fit that is universally comfy, these personalized toddler tees feature high stitch density for a smoother printing surface. Meanwhile, their 3/4" double-needle topstitched collar, along with the double-needle sleeve and bottom hems make for enhanced garment durability.

.: 100% Ringspun cotton (fiber content may vary for different colors)
.: Light fabric (4.5 oz/yd² (153 g/m²))
.: Classic Fit
.: Grey pearlized tear-away label

  2T 3T 4T 5T 6T
Length, cm 38.10 40.64 43.18 45.72 48.26
Width, cm 27.94 30.48 33.02 35.56 38.10

 

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Eat The Rich Organic Tote Bag

Regular price $34.00
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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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Designed with nature-approved materials, these personalized Econscious EC8040 canvas tote bags come with a 100% certified-organic cotton body and web handles. The open main compartment adds daily function with its easy-access, while the Econscious tag on the handle base is a discreet nod to this personalized tote bag being a green choice.

.: 100% Certified Organic Cotton
.: Medium heavy fabric (9 oz/yd² (305 g/m²))
.: Econscious tag on handle base
.: Blank product sourced from Pakistan
.: Tear-away label

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Eat The Rich IPhone Case

Regular price $25.00
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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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Accessorize your phone without sacrificing security with customized Tough Cases! Tough Cases use impact resistant polycarbonate outer shell and inner TPU liner for extra impact resistance. Keep your phone secure & stylish whether headed to the office or wrapped in pastels for a spring time soirée.

.: Dual layer case for extra durability and protection
.: Impact resistant Polycarbonate outer shell
.: Photographic print quality
.: Clear, open ports for connectivity

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Eat The Rich Vacuum Insulated Bottle (22oz)

Regular price $49.00
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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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Vacuum insulation is a big deal if you care about beverage temperature change. Double-wall construction means that hot liquids can remain hot up to 12 hours while colder choices can last a full 48 hours; that’s two whole days. Furthermore, these bottles are condensation-proof - no sweating or slipping. Built to fit standard vehicle cup holders, the stainless steel sides are both scratch and fade resistant.

.: Spill-proof
.: Scratch and fade resistant
.: 22oz (0.65 l)
.: One size: 10.6" in height, 2.9" in width
.: Note: black design elements on black bottle may differ in tones. Use transparent background
.: Note: semi-transparent design elements do not always render correctly on dark-colored bottles
.: Note: The print provider cannot guarantee that the design placement will line up with the cap handles as shown in mockups

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Eat The Rich Pin - Self Sovereignty
Eat The Rich Pin - Self Sovereignty

Eat The Rich Pin

Regular price $5.00
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Eat the rich is an abbreviation of Jean Jacques Rousseau’s words “When the people shall have nothing more to eat, they will eat the rich.”

 

But today it’s a slogan that asks us to consider wealth inequalities of our contemporary era and more commonly used as an anti-capitalist rallying cry. The ‘rich’ Rousseau was originally referring to were rich people in power. 

 

This design is a metaphor for reclaiming what is lost and for fighting the systemic powers that have caused such loss. Our crown design points to the monarch as a constitution that hoards wealth and as a symbol of colonisation and white opulence. As one of our founders is Lao, the chopsticks were chosen especially to symbolise the diaspora of Asian Americans. As an extension of this, we wanted to have the chopsticks act as a reminder of the ways in which many Indigenous groups world wide have had their resources and power stripped away from them due to colonisation and its power systems which often play architec to inequality and help uphold dynasties of billionaires. Hence, our chopsticks here are metaphorical tools for dismantling those systems. 

 

It’s time to reclaim power. It’s time to salivate. It’s time to consume. It’s time to feast.

 

Let’s ‘eat the rich’.

 

To read more about ‘Eat the Rich’ and it’s origin, see here https://www.thecrimson.com/article/2021/2/4/ellis-eat-the-rich/ 

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These Custom Pin Buttons are made from metal, yet are lightweight and durable with a strong safety pin. Begin your journey in selling Customized Pin Buttons with Printify.

.: 1 size
.: Safety pin backing
.: Made in the USA

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