Sustainable Wearable Art by Sacred Geometrix

I always say, for every favorite jean there’s a favorite tee to go with it! I love collecting graphic tees almost as much as I love collecting denim. Another one of my favorite vendors I found at the Global Eclipse Gathering was Sacred Geometrix, a brand that features beautiful designs based on sacred geometry, on tees that are made from bamboo, organic cotton, and/or recycled materials. Since we spent a lot on this trip, I held back on spending any money at the vendor area (a huge accomplishment for me, but then again I did splurge at Lucidity Festival earlier this year). However, I had to get one of their tees: the ‘Manta Rays‘ tee in grey (seen below in black). Too freaking cute! Also cute, were handmade organic cotton crop tops with geometric prints (such as this one) that are great for yoga or festivals, but I’m focusing this post on the beautiful screen printed tees (and scarves) featuring totally unique designs that I found at this vendor’s tent.

Sacred Geometrix was started by Roy Busch when he was 21. Since the age of 3, he loved drawing (much like I did), and eventually found himself creating screen printed tees after being inspired by the geometric art of Nassim Haramein. His passions lie in sacred geometry, and with every tee he creates using geometric line work and unique compositions, he aims to “open the awareness of the viewer to observe a new intricate reality of hyper dimensions and allow for the beauty of our natural world to shine through.” Since then, he moved on to pattern making and becoming a seams smith with the help of his girlfriend, and through his new workshop he’s opened a whole new world to share his handmade designs. Sustainability became a focus of his later on in his craft, so many of his work is created with bamboo, organic cotton, and recycled materials. You can find the Sacred Geometrix booth at transformational festivals all around California…and hopefully in the future, beyond!

Here are some available examples of Roy’s awesome wearable art.

“(Roy’s) designs seek to open the awareness of the viewer to observe a new intricate reality of hyper dimensions and allow for the beauty of our natural world to shine through using geometric line work and unique print compositions.”

Sustainable Wearable Art by Sacred Geometrix - Booth

Image: Sacred Geometrix. Booth at Lightning In A Bottle 2017

Shop everything currently available at Sacred Geometrix at their Etsy shop here, including more tees, crop tops scarves, and other printed pieces for men and women!

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