Kentucky for Kentucky—the company behind viral creations like gold-plated chicken bone jewelry—created a unique kind of tie-dye shirt that gets its distinctive color and pattern from 100% real gravy from a fried chicken chain. Although the gravy-stained shirt is not as colorful as most tie-dye styles, the limited-edition design was created for those who are particularly fond of gravy at Thanksgiving.
Each of the shirts is made by hand as part of a process that artist Coleman Larkin describes as "a harmonious union between order and chaos, selfishness and altruism, cold logic and impassioned poetry." Each of the soft cotton tie-dye t-shirts is emblazoned with the word "GRAVY" across the chest and comes pre-washed so that the style will "retain maximum gravy stain."
Image Credit: Kentucky for Kentucky