David Hockney Diner Dog T-shirt - adult sizes
This gorgeous 100% GOTS certified organic cotton t-shirt features David Hockney's 1994 Design for Salts Diner Napkin. It was sketched by David in pen on a folded paper napkin for his friend Jonathan Silver who had asked the artist for a logo for his just-opened restaurant. The Diner Dog, as we call him, has been loved by generations of visitors to Salts Mill and customers of Salts Diner - this is the t-shirt worn by our front of house staff.
The t-shirt is available in unisex adult small, medium and large (£19.95) - please select the size you require from the drop down menu. It's also available in children's sizes 3 and 9 (£14.95) - we chose these children's sizes as they cover a surprisingly large range of little un's. You'll find them on a separate product entry, just search 'Diner Dog.'
Adult small approximate dimensions: Half Chest 49cm, Body Length 69cm, Sleeve Length 20.5cm
Adult medium approximate dimensions: Half Chest 52cm, Body Length 72cm, Sleeve Length 21.5cm
Adult large approximate dimensions: Half Chest 55cm, Body Length 74cm, Sleeve Length 22.5cm
The t-shirt is produced by Salts Mill, for Salts Mill. It's screen printed by lovely Joe in Keighley, a few miles up the road from us. Joe provides us with the lovely quality base t-shirt from Stanley & Stella. It's made from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton sourced from India. Stanley & Stella's supply chain is certified by various independent bodies and standards. Each of these certifications demonstrate they are working towards building healthy environmental practices and greater respect for the planet. To ensure the safety of all their workers, they work very closely with the Fair Wear Foundation (FWF). After an extensive social audit, they have been attributed ‘Leader’ status by FWF, certifying that they’re showing best practices in complex areas such as freedom of association. All their partner factories are equipped with state-of-the art Effluent Treatment Plants which remove toxic elements from the water and ensure it’s safe to be reused. They have also have developed a recycling fabric waste project.