My name is Sid Olivier. I grew up with a speech impediment, so I stayed silent for most of my childhood.
When I heard of Freddie Gray, who was a Black Autistic teenager killed for his nonverbal communication, I realized that could’ve been me. So, I started designing t-shirts that prevented misunderstandings.
T-shirts that empowered people. T-shirts that promoted diversity. T-shirts that worked toward a positive and inclusive environment for people like Freddie.
Or simply - tees that assist.
We want to prove disabilities only mean different abilities. So we aim to craft comfortable, well-made clothes for anyone considered disabled.
The Dream Junction - a multi-location operation that specializes in digital printing - makes all of our shirts with 100% soft cotton, light fabric, and tear-away labels. We use an Industrial DTG printer equipped with five Ricoh Generation print heads to ensure an optimum look for every customer.
Our ethos? Providing shirts that look and fit well to uplift - and assist.