Design ‘No Spares’

Design ‘No Spares’ @ Artwearness is extracted from an artwork of Marit Otto. With this design we remind you and everyone of the fact that we do have actually just one planet. Despite all the efforts of Elon Musk planning a trip to Mars with the first explorers. Brave, bravo! Once you went to the red there’s no turning back to the bleu planet. Despite of all scientists who signal all the time, the real change has to come from you, everyone and me.

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New design A.I. (artificial Inteligence)

Yes, we have a new design. This design is named A.I. (artificial intelligence , concept by mao2016 and designed by Timo Schut 2017).

Is your Intelligence pure and unpolluted or is it artificial yet? Are you an autonomic mind free and unattached? Can we stay independent when the mind of the masses rule? What does authenticity really means? Do we measure our selves to the standards of an other? These questions are more and more topical issues. They are worth contemplating, good luck with you opinion.

The 1927 movie by Fritz Lang, Metropolis is used as inspiration for the AI promo. This film is a frightful glance in the future (of 1927) The creation of the perfect human being, manipulation of reality. This film is almost misused for Nazi ideology. So it is a bit tainted. Nevertheless it is a real cult movie that belongs to the cultcorner. We are here to feed you cult and culture.

Below a few distopic future fantasies: Solyent Green, The Matrix, 1984 and Metropolis! enjoy.

 

Not Only Civilized (part two)

What is civilization really? We look upon our selves as civilized creatures. We went to school, dress our selves properly and are house broken. Early civilizations began to overrule the so-called inferior species (primitives). For very civilized reasons of course: they would bring civilization according to what they thought it meant. If the inferiors were not supportive about their submission, the civilized would force civilization on them for the good off all (although, they claimed). Take the Romans with their silly manors and their frivolous outfits, they left us with roads, aqua ducts, drainage canals, politic systems and nice touristic sites all over Europe. But they also introduced slavery on a larger scale (note: they were not the first) they were decadent and thought they were superior to the under developed cavemen like Vikings, Germans, Hispanics, Gauloises and so on. To concur is to civilize. The Roman civilization collapsed on excesses, decadency, politic disputes and paranoia and finally ceased her existence. So much for the Roman Empire. With our very well developed intellect and civilization you could think that from then it was only upwards! And we would have learned from history. No such thing is true; later on many empires inspired on the Romans tried to concur in new ways, new strategies but according to the same dogma. We still commemorate the Second World War. Even after this war everyone was convinced that this (racism, fascism, genocide) could never happen again. Little did we know? This war was not the last war; it is unfortunately one of many and many more to come. A lot of new Roman empires with other names and appearances are growing and expanding. The motto: make war, and bring (our idea of) civilization is still very trending. So that rises to the question; what is being civilized really? I hope to find the answer some day…

This thought is brought to you by Artwearness design ‘ Not Only Civilized On the Outside’. Also available in our web store www.artwearness.com

We are by far the most original but not the cheapest in the world because we try to make civilized choices by using slave free and sustainable t-shirts.

See what we have selected for you in the theme ‘ civilization’ see below.

http://www.ibtimes.com/kim-jong-un-quotes-10-provocative-things-north-koreas-dictatorial-leader-has-said-2471179

http://menstrait.com/article/32-worst-things-donald-trump-has-ever-said/

www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/12055826/Seven-quotes-that-show-Vladimir-Putin-is-still-in-charge.html