Ai WeiWei: The Most Dangerous Man In China

Before today, I never knew who Ai WeiWei was. Apparently, he is a threat to the Chinese government. He’s a threat because he is an artist and activist. Ai WeiWei has been very outspoken about the Chinese government. He “declared that China’s government has no humanity — and that the Communist Party is trying to silence anyone who disagrees with it.” He is an interesting character, check out the video below featuring an interview from CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. It’s an eye opener.

Of course, with controversy come interesting T-Shirts. Here are a few Ai WeiWei T-Shirts that I found interesting.

For more information on Ai WeiWei, please visit Free Ai WeiWei. For more politically inspired T-Shirts, please visit BanT-Shirts.

And here’s naked Ai WeiWei just because.

40% Off Sale at Miles To Go

Our friend Greg Kerr of {miles to go} Clothing is holding a big Back To School Sale! From now until Friday at midnight PST you can score 40% off all {miles to go} gear (this is were you erupt in a loud cheer). Even the just released Paradise Lost tee by Dan Mumford is available just just $13.65 after the savings. Be sure to use the coupon code “school” at checkout to score the 40% off deal.

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Peace Is Free by Okoto

Simple and straight to the point. That’s what this shirt, from New Jersey based Okoto, is all about. If you’re a fan of either politics, freedom and/or typography, then, you’ll probably dig this shirt. You’ll be making a bold statement whenever you put this tee on. The shirt is available from Okoto, and features a custom screen printed necktag, for $24.00. 

Peace Is Free by Otoko

Repeat After Me: I Am Free

I found this pic over at Mazy Kazerooni’s blog and thought it was part presumptuous and part though provoking. The “graffiti” was found on Philip St, Bedminster, Bristol, UK. If for some reason you have a hard time reading the graffiti, here it is in nice clean text:

“go to work, send your kids to school
follow fashion, act normal
walk on the pavements, watch T.V.
save for your old age, obey the law
Repeat after me: I am free”