We all know what happened on the third day: Crucified, died and was buried, he rose again from the dead. But that does not necessarily mean Jesus was a zombie. Or was he?
For the “Death’s challenge”: 2 colors on black. peace, titus toledo
ps. I know I know I know: it’s a rip alright. Like sunsets, oranges and apples, it’s been conceptually done and done to death (see zombie jesus). But this here, you see, is my own personal sunset, orange and apple. And for that, I make no apologies. If you dig, help yourself.
Because ideology is pathology, and the only real revolution that truly makes a difference happens inside you
Unoccupy Yourself of *Wealth Without work Pleasure Without Conscience Knowledge Without Character Commerce Without Morality Science Without Humanity Worship Without Sacrifice Politics Without Principle *Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi
from the typographical art series “an occupation army of one” by titus toledo
Here is one design I’ve been mooning over for the longest time. It took light years arriving probably because this one hits home and hits hard.
Full disclosure: While I did not lose my mother to breast cancer (It was an aggressive brain tumor that did her quick— god bless her soul), my thoughts go out to those who currently suffer and endure, along with those who survive and stand by them in love and hope and finding a cure: fast.
Because real men honor women— mother, sister, wife, daughter— by taking a stand and helping out in the global fight against breast cancer.
Just my own small share for the cause of raising awareness not only among women, but moreso among men. (All done in the spirit of Duchamp.)
1st threadless sub for the year: entry for the death’s challenge. * what does it mean? anything you want it to mean, or in the words of the late great kv: “everything is beautiful and nothing hurts” * peace and be well: hi ho!