Mens Printed T-Shirt: Aether
We found this spray can wielding artist on the streets of Oporto, Portugal. One of the most famous street artists in that city, Hazul chose the most difficult element Aether to illustrate and hes pulled something magical out of his hat. Psychedelic, all encompassing, intricate and eye popping! If you're looking to cool buy printed t shirts then let this be one of them!
"Aether is called the Fifth Element, but to me it is the first, or the zero, or the center element which is why I placed my design close to the heart. The symbol I chose is a Dodecahedron, the Platonic solid that represents Aether. It is the born center of all elements and the essence of all things in the material world. It moves in circles."
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He's got the experience in creating amazing printed tees and is not afraid to stretch the capabilities of printing to its maximum as can be seen in all his designs, which are arguably the most detailed designs in the Samtana catalog.
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Here is what he had to say:
"I chose water, its a recurring theme in a lot of my work, so I jumped at the opportunity. The sea really inspires me, something about the mystery and power of it. The design was inspired partly by the myth of the Kraken, the great octopus like sea monster that could bring down whole ships."
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It just seems to be for one magical hour or so when the sky is filled with them, and I've often wondered about the amazing view you could get from one of those kites, with the city spread below you.
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