“Portuguese Expressions” … born a collection of T-Shirts that extols the culture of Portugal!

Thinking about the upcoming holiday season, (think) out, by the hands of designer Patrícia Rodrigues launches a collection of T-shirts called “Portuguese Expressions”, based on the History of Portugal and consisting of the illustrated interpretations of the three idioms Portuguese “Vai chatear o Camões”(Luís Vaz de Camões), “Não foi pêra doce” (D. Afonso Henriques) e “Nem que a vaca tussa” (Bartolomeu Dias).

Available in unisex model and ladies’ model, sizes S to XXL, the PVP is 19.50 € with a special packaging thinking about the holiday season. During the pre-sale (until November 4th), the brand offers shipping to Portugal and Islands and can now guarantee your t-shirt with this discount, through the brand’s website at

(Think) out is a brand of Portuguese souvenirs that (re) creates cultural and traditional symbols in an original and creative way, (re) inventing them through illustrations that safeguard the singular iconography of the vast Portuguese heritage.
At a time when tourism is the ex-libris and growth ramp of the country, (think) out aims, through the design and use of manual and semi-industrial techniques, to enhance our culture.

According to Patricia Rodrigues, designer and founder of (think) out, “the company distinguishes itself in the market of quality gifts and souvenirs, with a differentiated approach. We create pieces that captivate international visitors, but they can also be proudly used in everyday life by those who live in Portugal, that is, we do not only produce souvenirs for tourists or migrants. We try to differentiate our pieces from the souvenirs that are on the market, so that any Portuguese is proud to use them ».


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