A super-soft, form-fitting, breathable t-shirt with a slightly lower neckline than a classic t-shirt.
We don’t have a zombie apocalypse but as you commute or watch people you may question whether we rather have a Sombie (or Smartphone-ombie) Apocalypse: - people having their brain’s total attention being sucked into their smart phones whilst others quake with nomophobia (the fear of being without a mobile phone).
Perhaps we need to become more aware of the algorithms vying for our attention and the neurotransmitters generated as we count our likes, browse influencer feeds or play our little games.
The design lets a global view to partially come through to hint at the need for us to take time to look up at our beautiful world and just daydream or engage with one another to help maintain our humanity – our devices and the software are terrific tools but very poor masters!
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• 50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon
• Pre-shrunk fabric
• Slim fit
• Ribbed crew neck with set-in sleeves
|Length (inches)||26||26 ½||27 ⅛||27 ¾||28 ⅜|
|Width (inches)||15 ¾||16 ½||17 ½||18 ½||19 ½|
Professor Brian Cox
“Science is too important not to be part of popular culture”
Prof Brian Cox
“On the way to the impossible we might find something eminently doable”Prof Brian Cox on summing up the endeavor science (fm The Infinite Monkey Cage – Extraterrestrial Life podcast, BBC Radio 4 7 Dec 2009)
Albert Einstein on Emmy Noether
“… the most significant creative mathematical genius thus far produced since the higher education of women began”
Peter Abelard, French Philsopher & logician
“Through doubting we are led to inquire, and by inquiring we perceive the truth”
“I think the biggest innovations of the twenty first century will be the intersection of biology and technology. A new era is beginning”
Reviews of Our Products
"Enjoyed the 50th Apollo 11 commemoration with its allusion to the Beatles 1969 Abby Rd album."
"The Dark Cyber Space intrigued me and prompted a good conversation at a conference"
"Never seen my prosopagnosia as a T-Shirt warning before but now wear it to meetups which helps break the ice. Everybody seems to find it hard to remember names and faces together!"