Phoenix Artwork Information:
The Phoenix artwork was originally a practice project created by Andrew Pilch, under the guidance of Ed Parker Jr., to teach him how to add flames to his art work. With the guidance of Mr. Parker, Mr. Pilch was able to figure out how to incorporate fire into his art work. As the years went by, the Phoenix artwork that started as a practice project has became widely used in the American Institute of Kenpo to symbolize the importance of rising from the inevitable and necessary failures, which in turn paves the road to improvement.
Women's Crop Tee Information:
Looking for you next wardrobe favorite? Well, look no further because this crop tee is printed and sewn to fit you just right. To top that off, the original all-over design is definitely worth showing off, so don't hesitate to own one of these tees - they're meant to be adored.
• 95% polyester, 5% elastane (fabric composition may vary by 1%)
• Premium knit mid-weight jersey
• Four-way stretch fabric that stretches and recovers on the cross and lengthwise grains
• Regular fit
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