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Tucson Clothing Designer

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Earth-conscious clothing designer Kenneth Armstrong, with his merchandise and equipment, wends his way down 4th Avenue to the downtown farmers market to sell his handmade shirts.

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Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Kenneth Armstrong sets up the canopy from which he sells handmade shirts at the farmers market along south lawn of the Joel D. Valdez Main Library, downtown.

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Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Ruby Stafford checks out some of T-shirts and tank tops made of sustainable, natural-fiber fabrics that Kenneth Armstrong stitches in his one-bedroom, UA-area apartment.

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Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Kenneth Armstrong hitches a Burley trailer to his Surly bike as he prepares to haul 100 pounds of handmade shirts and equipment to the downtown farmers market.

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Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Hair: Aaron Curtis. Makeup: Anne Skubis, both from Aveda Institute's Tucson campus.

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Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Kenneth Armstrong checks his iPad while awaiting customers to browse some of his basic men's, women's and kids' tees made from natural-fiber fabrics. His label is Enclave.

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Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Kenneth Armstrong

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Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

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Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Local, handmade T-shirts are Earth-friendly

Every Wednesday, before Kenneth Armstrong puts together his pop-up clothing shop at the Wednesday downtown farmers market, he slips the medicine man who sells dreamcatchers a buck. Armstrong asks the medicine man to bless his booth from the elements.

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