Some months ago I had a similar design that went out of the shop. Now, a new version comes in based in my own redesign and the nice reviews and suggestions by my “friends” in my facebook page. Love you all
A working t-shirt for Colonial Marines certified as PWL Class I operators aboard the USS Sulaco. Tweet
For those of us who had the chance to watch Aliens back in 1986, the vision of the Power Loader was something hard to forget. Later came Matrix Revolutions and Avatar with even more impressing exoskeletons, but everything has his time and in my case the Power loader left the most vivid impression.
Fahrenheit 451 is Ray Bradbury’s timeless classic, frightening vision of the future where firemen don’t put out fires —they start them in order to burn books. The Bradbury classic envisions a society where books are forbidden, free thought and intellectualism discouraged and questioning authority can get you killed (Any parallels with today’s society?).
The title is based on the temperature at wich paper was suposed to catch fire and burn. Although different papers burn at different temperatures, the fact is that “Farenheit 451″ is a powerful “title” to wear on.
There’s a 1966 movie by François Truffaut but I didn’t want to base it on the film, just create a strong highly-visual impact.
The design is available in 3 colors over a variety of shirt colors depending on the product. Except for the Glow in the Dark design, red and golden yellow designs are made of Flock vynil, so it has a velvety touch.
Enter the US shop or the EU shop and take a look at the different possibilities.
When I created the Neuromancer T-Shirt (very simple but elegant) I was thinking of something to wear at night even when going to a club. I could see the shirt glowing around.
A wintermute design had been for a long time on my mind. I was playing with typography and trying to create some kind of logo based on a snow flake…well, many different things.
The other day I was thinking about it while walking and I had a spark of inspiration: Wintermute was programmed by the Tessier-Ashpool dynasty with a need to merge with its other half: Neuromancer. Finally, Wintermute unites with Neuromancer, fusing into a greater entity.
Suddenly I realized that they didn’t need to have different designs. Now I can picture myself with a partner hanging around with both t-shirts.
Neuromancer and Wintermute have the same essence, they are two complementary AIs destinated to be a goodlike AI when they merge.