Imagine finding an old "Nixon for President" t-shirt in pristine condition. You understand what it signified in 1968 and you understand what it signifies now. You see it for the loaded artifact that it is. The t-shirt may be an artifact, an object, but it is by no means inanimate. It is in many ways an event--wearable and highly visible. When we wear printed t-shirts, we enact a part of ourselves for people we don't know. We play with them, and expect a reaction. Playing like this is like staging a performance in which the shirt, the wearer and the casual viewer each play a role. We transmit and receive, judge and stand judged. We experiment. Check into Passenger.
Um...awesome for so many reasons.
Is this not the coolest thing ever?
These remind me of supras but are not. Greedy genius makes some nice shoes and this is one of them. It's patented so it has like shine to them and will not get dirty easy. If it does, it's easy to clean off. Great shoes
Never forget your keys, phone, lucky pen, ever again with this Doorganizer that you just hang on your doorknob so you see what you don't want to forget, on your way out.