Finally, now in t-shirt form, the image you’ve always longed to adorn yourself with: a jostling sea of worried Prussian philologists. A lone central figure dares to challenge the viewer directly, demanding that you in turn, engage him. This is a very challenging shirt, and not for the faint of heart. Also, his moustache is ridiculous.
This item is perhaps the ultimate gift for a loved one, or pet. Imagine a dog or a squirrel wearing this shirt! That would be adorable.
Finally, a shirt for fans of Belgian Surrealism and broad, fish-out-of-water Aussie comedy.
The image reads “Ceci n’est pas un couteau… ceci est un couteau” which translates into Australian as “That’s not a knife… that’s a knife”, a phrase popularised by Prime Minister Paul Hogan during his time as cultural ambassador to the US in the 1980s.
The image causes the viewer to question the very nature of art, reality, and knives.
Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar. Other times it’s a penis.
This shirt features a quadtych portrait of Sigmund Freud, in an entirely original silkscreen style that we invented ourselves, in our Midtown Manhattan art studio in the sixties.