Pineal Gland Black Leggings - Joshua Oliveira
Pineal Gland Black Leggings - Joshua Oliveira

Pineal Gland Black Leggings

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Available in 5 sizes

XS -S -M -L -XL



Leggings can be used as:

  • Athletic leggings with sneakers
  • Yoga pants barefoot
  • Bar or Nightclub with heels
  • Casual everyday use



Soft and comfortable

Stylish and unique 

Durable and long lasting

Support in the right places


Size Chart

Leggings Size chart by inches

Made in the USA

  • This image was hand painted on canvas on the East Coast.
  • None of our clothing is drop shipped from overseas vendors.
  • We print, cut and hand sew our leggings individually in Los Angeles, California.


Product Details

*Fabric: 82% polyester, 18% spandex 

*Imported fabric that's printed, cut, and sewn in California

*Four-way stretch, which means fabric stretches and recovers both on the cross and lengthwise grains

*Made of a microfiber yarn, which is smooth and comfortable

*Elastic waistband

 Shiny, durable and hot. These polyester/spandex leggings will never lose their stretch and provide that support and comfort you love in unique designs. 

Inseam length

The average inseam measurement of our leggings is 28" and the average length measurement from waist to ankle is 35". Each pair is hand-cut-and-sewn, thus the inseams/lengths may vary 1-2."

The Art

The title of the leggings is derived from the title of the original painting.

All imagery shown on leggings are derived directly from an original painting on canvas created from over a decade of live art.

Paint and canvas textures can be seen in the clothing itself, no digital art. All art is unplanned and created through the subconscious mind. 


Turn Around Time

We take 2-7 business days to create apparel products.
Then you should add shipping times on top of that.

  • 97.66% of our orders are shipped within 5 business days.
  • More than a half of our orders are shipped within 3 business days or less.

*One tree will be planted with your order to give back to the Mother Earth.

"I paint what cannot be photographed, that which comes from the imagination or from dreams, or from an unconscious drive."

-Man Ray