Our clothing and textile manufacturer is a small team based out of California and our prints are made by a small local print shop in Eugene, Oregon. We are able to create some of our products with recycled materials and eco-friendly cotton based off of what our manufacturer offers, and hope to one day be 100% sustainable offering a combination of products made from recycled, hemp and bamboo fabric (or something even more innovative!). 1% of our profits are donated to protecting the planet, each order plants a tree to help combat deforestation, and donations to Carbon Fund help offset C02 emissions from shipping and production.

Made to order clothing means that production does not begin until the piece is ordered by you, the customer. As a small art and clothing brand in its early stages, we do not carry a large inventory due to cost, and to cut down on over-production and waste. Made to order products allow us to offer more products and more sizes at better prices. This does make shipping a bit longer, but we believe it's worth the wait.

"Dye-sublimation printing is a computer printing technique which uses heat to transfer dye onto materials such as a plastic, card, paper, or fabric. The sublimation name was first applied because the dye was considered to make the transition between the solid and gas states without going through a liquid stage." - wikiso basically - its science.Dye-sublimation is also the most environmentally friendly, sustainable process possible in garment printing and production because it creates zero waste, and doesn't use any water in the process!

Polyester is typically created from petroleum-based ingredients, and is one of the most used fabrics accounting for 65% of the fibres used in the textile and apparel industry. By switching to recycled ingredients, we are relying less on our earth's finite resources.The process of creating recycled polyester, or rPET, is also less polluting by generating 79% less carbon emissions than its virgin counterpart. By turning unwanted plastic bottles into clothing, we are also helping reduce plastic waste, meaning less plastic in our oceans and landfills!rPET does have its limitations, however, and it can't be recycled over and over again. So, as with all fashion, donate your clothes when you're done with them, and don't put them in the trash. TIP: Take your fashion sustainability after care up another notch and help cut down on microplastics! What are microplastics you may ask? When we wash our clothes, thousands of microfibers are released into our water systems no matter what fabric they are made of or where you got them (this includes thrifted clothing too). This becomes a problem with synthetic fibres since they are technically a plastic. There are filter bags you can buy to wash your clothes in, which will help keep microplastics out of our oceans, or you can install filters onto your washing machines!

Contrary to some peoples' belief, no. It's completely safe to wear.The main concern that people have is that recycled polyester could contain endocrine disruptors that could possibly exist within plastic water bottles. According to Dr. Martin Mulvihill, a researcher and advisor at the Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry, has seen no evidence that any of the terephthalates (which are not known to be endocrine disruptors in the first place) that exist in plastic water bottles actually leach into the water inside the PET water bottles, much less leach out of rPET polyester clothing wearing it. So really, there is zero evidence that clothing made from recycled PET water bottles negatively impacts your health compared to other fabrics. The main concern, as with all fabrics, is what is used in the printing and dying process. That is why we use Oeko-tex certified organic, and all sublimation prints are made with high quality dies from our small manufacturer in California.read more here:


If you are interested in a custom art piece, or would like to order a product that is out of stock or out of a particular size, please reach out to us at hello@mintakacollection.com, or on our contact page. We carry a small ready-to-ship inventory but are able to create many more made-to-order products.

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