A wearable homage to the Shofly Pie, a molasses based PA staple believed to originate among the Pennsylvania Dutch in 1876 to celebrate the the 100th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia. Originally called the Centennial cake it came to be known as the Shoofly Pie in the 1880s after a popular brand of molasses from Philadelphia, Shoofly Molasses. While we love this tee, we love that a portion of the proceeds will benefit the World Central Kitchen even more!
- White ink on heather navy
- Unisex crew neck short sleeve
- Fabric: 50% cotton, 50% poly
- Screen printed in PA
Hog Island Press is a Pennsylvania print shop and design studio run by Mark Adams. Founded deep in the heart of South Philly during the King of Jeans Empire, AD 2011, Hog Island Press seeks to share an appreciation of great stories, Mother Nature, Philadelphia myths & legends, and new routes to old rituals. Mark knows that Philadelphia is the greatest city in America, is certain that there’s a natural mystic floating through the air, and believes that baseball is probably the world's finest religion. Some of the rad Hog Island Press items have been featured in places like Food & Wine, The Big Think, Fast Company, Daily Mail UK, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Refinery29 and Salon. Mark's message is simple: be kind, love your neighbors, wear Hog Island Press!