Make art not content. Official T-shirt.
When I was growing up my dad would always ask me why I was wearing stuff with logos all the time. "Why are you giving free advertising to a big company?" he'd say. A few years later, I found that it had stuck with me. I became anti-logo. If I wear something with words or a design it has to have meaning. Either I’m supporting a friend, or it’s a symbol of my values etc.
That’s why when I decided to make my first T-shirt I knew I didn’t want to make something for the masses but something where I could identify the people that believe in what I believe. Creativity. Art. Originality. I had to make a T-shirt that I would actually wear myself. I had to believe in the message that badly. That’s where "make art not content" evolved from.
I’m at war with the apathy of the internet... and I'm guessing it's gonna be a long ride... so if you're with me, choose your size below.