First Nations Snowboard Team Tshirt Fundraiser
Ultra soft heather turquoise t-shirt (70% cotton 30% poly)
Hand-Printed by Erin Brillon using water based inks in royal blue
Standard Mens/Unisex sizing in Small to 2XL
Design Donated by Karver Everson.
Karver Everson was born in Comox, BC in 1993 and named Gayusdiasa'las, after his father Robert Everson, Chief of the K'omoks First Nations. As a kid he was influenced greatly by his family. His Cousins Court and Dustin Klassen, Aunt Charlene and Uncle Andy in particular were both very influential. They are all very talented artists with two very different but distinct styles. Karver created a style that is a mixture of all and combined it with his First Nations roots to form a unique style. When he's not drawing, Karver enjoys going to the gym, playing lacrosse or Junior A hockey, and spending time with his friends and family.
About the Artwork: This design speaks to the multiple facets of a First Nations snowboarders. The snowboarder is focused on the hill and the ride ahead but the prominent First Nations design shows that they remember and are proud of their heritage. In this design there exists a harmony between traditional and contemporary pastimes, which is a challenging but essential part of a well-rounded First Nations individual.