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A design from Concrete Rocket
Available in guys slim cut t-shirt:
Or the girls petite tee:
It must be a trait of the human character to be captivated and even magnified with the pictures of some drama, tragedy, or sorrow. Our attention is often easily caught by somebody’s sad life story, shocking experience, and dangerous situation. It looks like negative things occurring in our lives tend to cause deeper feelings and stronger emotions than the good ones. And in fact, this may be the most important feature of the human soul, because it gives raise to sympathy, it makes us feel the need to help, support, and comfort somebody in trouble. And that is actually humanism, which makes us humans.
Based on an already existing collection for the Levi’s Jeans retail store a commercial concept was created. The idea is to integrate different short-movies in an interactive shop window through combining motion graphics and filming.
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Marie Sena began tattooing in Dallas, Texas where she had moved to pursue her graduate degree in Medical Illustration.
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We saw this tshirt on I am the Trend’s blog and had to buy a copy. After wearing it a few times, we had to produce it as well. A master-work of typography by Joby Cummings, wherein each of the seven deadly sins are woven into the unmistakable likeness of a skull. Also provides a great reference source for keeping track of how to avoid eternal damnation.
Another master-work of typography by Joby Cummings is Four Endings, wherein the words death, judgement, hell and glory are woven into the likeness of a cross. Yet another reminder from Joby to always do your best to avoid that pesky eternal damnation.
A dead tree, a lone rock, a crumbling chimney where a house once stood. Photographer Joni Sternbach captures the beauty in the dying and the decrepit in her haunting series Abandoned. See more and read an interview with Sternbach at My Modern Metropolis.