The RAF were a bunch of good folks who were too good for this world, and were largely murdered or arrested. Probably not a day goes by where you don't either want them back or want to restart the group, and one day you will, you totally will, but until then maybe buy the shirt. Then when people see the shirt they'll ask if it's a band, and you'll say "yeah, a guerrilla band," and they'll misinterpret that and think it means underground or something, and you'll say something knowing in response to that, and then like 40 minutes later that person will be hiding MP5s in baby carriages and trying to build a helicopter. After which I'm pretty sure capitalism will go away. (The algorithm has decided "baader meinof" is a better tag than "RAF" and I'm practically in tears.)
Tags: germany, resistance, militant, revolutionary, guerrilla
THIS IS A SHIRT DESIGN THAT FEATURES THE RAF ROUNDEL THAT YOU MAY HAVE SEEN VIA THE BAND "THE WHO" AND IN MOD CULTURE, AS WELL AS THE TAILFINS OF RAF WWII AIRCRAFT. The roundel, especially that used by the Royal Air Force, has been associated with pop art of the 1960s, appearing in paintings by Jasper Johns. It became part of the pop consciousness when British rock group The Who wore RAF roundels (and Union Flags) as part of their stage apparel at the start of their career. Subsequently it came to symbolise Mods and the Mod revival.
Tags: mod, military-tees, military, airforce, tshirts
Let them know you're coming for their toothbrush, and that you'll be doing it through a fairly drawn out set of international guerilla wars in accordance with the gist of what seems to probably be what people want from place to place at any point in time, probably, and that it may involve periods where in some parts of any given place you outright own your toothbrush, but in others it's communal, and then in others there may be a confusing situation where, like, toothbrush magnates are part of the government, but they're not, you know, manufacturing toothbrushes for sale exactly, and are kind of participating with toothbrush collectivization, I guess against their will, and it seems like a bit of a messy and confusing situation but you get the impression that, like, you might wake up one day and all the magnates have disappeared, and no one is going to talk about it, and you feel pretty good about that because it's all in pursuance of the One World Toothbrush Plantopia. Also, you're going to have to explain the shirt to just about everyone who sees it, so essentially everywhere you go it will be like people are walking up to you and saying "Hello, can you please tell me about Marxism-Leninism-Maoism?" The hairs are standing up on the back of your neck already, aren't they? Your heart is beating with new life. We'll get their toothbrushes, comrade, we'll get them.
Tags: raf, marxism-leninism-maoism, mlm