Remember when you bought that first piece of merchandise from your favorite band, team, or athlete? Being able to represent something important to you meant the world, and it’s a feeling that persists into most peoples’ adult lives. It’s both a way to express your love, and a grassroots advertising style.
With the ways that cryptocurrency shapes the world, it should be no surprise that it’s also making its way into fashion and art. Considering how devoted cryptocurrency advocates are, it’s surprising that we don’t see more people showing off a bitcoin shirt.
Arlo Guthrie has kept the music and legacy of his father, Woody Guthrie, alive for decades. His 1969 album, Running Down the Road, includes his fathers song “Oklahoma Hills” alongside original songs such as “Coming Into Los Angeles.”
Lucy Jones creates fashionable garments for wheelchair users and people with diverse abilities who sit for extended hours at a time. Both groups of people are often unable to consume mainstream fashion. Jones designed this Shirt (2017) for a seated body. It has a cropped silhouette to prevent bunching and discomfort, and features easy-to-use magnetic fasteners.
The sleeves, including the example above, are also designed for ease of dressing.
Photographed as Part of the Exhibit The Body: Fashion and Physique, On View a the Museum at FIT Through May 5th, 2018.
Do you love Avocados? I sure do. From Avocado Toast to Guacamole, I am all about the green, pear-shaped, buttery fruit. Yummy. If you feel similarly, why not show your love by wearing this Avocado Heart T Shirt, featuring an awesome design by Adrian Serghie, which is on sale for just $24.95, at This Link.