Why swim when you can… walk? The red handfish, aka ‘warty angler’, was the first Australian marine animal to be listed as critically endangered. 50 million years ago, they were abundant—but now they only wander the waters south-east of Australia, mainly around Tassie.
You don't have to look ugly to Save Ugly. We’re celebrating the not-so-cute critters that support life on earth—and you can too! Designed by local and international artists, these tees are rearing their ugly heads for a limited time only, so don't miss out.
Rudi De Wet is an artist from Cape Town, South Africa. He loves how annoyed and awkward the handfish looks with its undisputedly ugly face and oversized jazz hands.
Please note: With Christmas closures, this product won't be made and sent until after 7 January 2019, and can take up to 4 weeks to arrive due to production time. We'll get your order to you as quickly as we can!
The good stuff
- Designed by South African artist Rudi De Wet
- Printed on quality AS Colour Staple tees
- 100% cotton
- Ethically produced
- Limited edition
Size me up
- Our model wears a size M and is 183cm (6’0”) tall