Archived Tee - 2012-10-27
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Where are you from?
Which art style would you most like to learn?
I’m feeling very well like a designer, but if I could learn some other kind of art would be cooking. Hey, but not the same manner as in the series.
I wanted to be an expert in pasta and Italian food. At the moment I'm very jealous of anyone who can cook a simple meal.
If you had a time machine, which era would you visit first?
Well, I go back to the period of colonization of Indians in America. I'd be a few months before the arrival of European ships and to warn the Indians that the enemies were coming and that they should be prepared to expel them.
What goal do you most aspire towards?
Professionally I wanted to achieve financial and personal success working in the area of design and illustration. I wish I could live quietly doing just that. I plan to build a Visual Arts Studio with a group of friends.
If you could stop any t-shirt trend in its tracks, which would you end? What trend would you like to see started?
I think it's a stupid behavior people buying shirts priced absurdly expensive only because of the brand they carry. A common shirt, with cheap fabric, but with a very high price just because of the label in a chest. It makes no sense to me. I do not like this trend of designer clothes to flaunt wealth. I miss more prints using black humor. I would support this type of initiative. People need to learn to laugh at its own problems, learn to laugh at the idiots who carry themselves dogmas and laugh at their faults.
Would you rather be a great singer or a great dancer?
I'd rather be a great singer. The singers are in front of the stage, selling the songs, getting famous and rich. The dancer is in the back of the stage, dancing to the singer.
Well, I'm kidding. There are fantastic and talented dancers who are famous and very rich.
North Pole vs. South Pole: which would win the battle?
Neither. I'm rooting for the penguins and polar bears.
Describe the first shirt you ever designed.
I remember doing an art minimalist to Jaspion, the sentai. I got to wear the shirt and people would stop me on the street, recognized the character and were happy to see him. That's when I realized that the shirts were not only fashion item, but a tool of self-affirmation.
What has been your most inspiring art experience?
At the moment the thing that inspires me is the feedback that I see in social media. It's fantastic.
Any shout outs?
I would like to thank the people who contact me to congratulate me for my work and especially to those who give me tips or suggestions. Thanks Teefury!