FAQ

How long will it take for my order to ship? 

Orders typically take 1-5 days to ship unless you are ordering a color way that is made-to order in which case it can take up to 10. Please be patient with your order and know that we are doing everything we can to ship in a timely manner but that quality comes first. You will get an email with tracking once it ships. If you need your item(s) for a birthday or specific date, please leave a note within the order, or email us directly. 

How does the sizing and fit of your clothing? Does it shrink in the wash? 

100% cotton shirts shrink up about an inch if they are left in the dryer at high temperatures. Our t-shirts and tanks are primarily printed on Next Level, American Apparel and Alternative Apparel and have a more fitted cut to them, meaning they are not wide and have a good length to them. 

Return and exchange policy? 

If you receive your item(s), and they don’t fit right, send us an email. We are happy to swap it out for a different size. You will need to cover the return shipping cost, but we will cover the shipping of the exchange item to you. 

What sets Rythmatix apart from other “sacred geometry” clothing companies? 

Rythmatix is my personal study of visual rhythms, and within that sacred geometry is one of the elements I am inspired by. You will not find a standard “flower of life” shirt in our shop, but instead a shirt influenced by flower of life that tells a narrative story; typically cut in half and roots growing out of it or fading pattern work with layering. We strive to set ourselves apart with our design so that you feel unique in our clothing and embrace individuality.  

Who makes this clothing? Tell me more...  

My name is Chris Wu and I am based out of Portland OR. I started doing art when I was 18 and fell in love with the complexity of graffiti. My first clothing company was called Create Clothing and featured graffiti style pieces, city scapes and other hand drawn illustrations. After graduating from Pacific Northwest College of Arts with a Bachelors in communications design I attended my first burning man where I started to rethink my brand. I became more influenced by shapes, geometry and what happens when you add organic elements to the mix. Soon after I cam up with the concept geometric meets organic and changed my clothing company name to Rythmatix, which means the study of visual rhythms. These days I am trying to keep up with online orders, wholesale orders, collaborations with other brands and making new designs for my company. I do all the printing in house and run this operation with the help of a part time employee and support from my amazing wife whose portfolio can be viewed here.