The Paper Rain Project's navy men's yellow-eyed penguin t-shirt. Organic, fair trade and in navy, designed by Ricardo Rios and supporting The Wildlife Hospital, Dundein.
Close up view of the inverse Yellow-Eyed Penguin design by Ricardo Rios for The Paper Rain Project. The Paper Rain Project's men's yellow-eyed penguin navy t-shirt. Organic, fair trade and in navy, designed by Ricardo Rios and supporting The Wildlife Hospital, Dundein. Men's navy fair trade, organic Paper Rain t-shirt in front view. The Paper Rain Project's navy men's yellow-eyed penguin t-shirt. Organic, fair trade and in navy, designed by Ricardo Rios and supporting The Wildlife Hospital, Dundein.
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$45.00 $65.00
This Yellow-Eyed Penguin design is the inverse print of our main product and is no longer in print. We will continue to print our main Yellow-Eyed Penguin design - CLICK HERE to check it out!

Hand-drawn by Ricardo Rios
  • Supporting The Wildlife Hospital, Dunedin. Read more HERE
  • Fairly traded organic cotton t-shirt
  • High quality long lasting organic cotton
  • Preshrunk cotton
  • Easy returns - size and design exchange
  • Gift Vouchers available
  • Standard (NZD)Free Over (NZD)
    New Zealand$5$50
    Australia$15$120
    Rest of the World*$30$600

    * Includes most of North America, Europe, UK, Asia and the South Pacific. Orders will be refunded if we are unable to ship to your location.

    More details about shipping can be found HERE.

    We understand that buying clothing online isn't always easy, so we want to keep things simple. If your t-shirt isn't right for some reason we'll happily exchange or refund it. Change up your size and even your design ~ just let us know what you need.

    Please note. The t-shirt must be in the original sold condition, both unworn and unwashed.

    More details about exchanges and returns can be found HERE.

    The Wildlife Hospital Dunedin is a veterinary facility specialising in the treatment of New Zealand’s native species - the only exclusive facility of its kind in the South Island.

    Since opening its doors in January 2018 they’ve been inundated with wildlife admissions, highlighting the need for this service which is expected to become the busiest hub of wildlife support in NZ. With 80% of our native species under the threat of extinction, this Hospital is super important to help rehabilitate our special fauna!

    Read more HERE.

    Originally from Rio De Janeiro - Brazil, Ricardo followed a kiwi to Aotearoa in 2016.

    He’s a tattoo artist who began studying our country’s quirky, endangered native wildlife soon after he arrived. He struggles to pronounce the ‘th’ in ‘thought’ & ‘teeth’ and though he misses the warm seas of his homeland he has happily embraced the classic kiwi pie.