Louisiana State Seal - Heather Forest
In 1902, this iconic image of a Brown Pelican feeding her young, known as the "pelican in her piety," became the official state seal of Louisiana. A similar depiction of the pelican has adorned the state flag of Louisiana since 1912.
In 2010, the state adopted a new version of the original pelican design for both the state seal and the state flag. To honor the original version, the vintage state seal if you will, we decided to slap it on a tee shirt. If you are a Louisianan (or a former Louisianan, or just one at heart), sport the state seal with pride!
"Louisiana State Seal Heather Forest" is printed on a forest green, 50% cotton, 50% polyester American Apparel tee with yellow ink, and is modeled by Sean Edwards of Baton Rouge.
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