Text Messages celebrates the work of artists who use language as a medium. Their text might pose a question, issue a challenge, or remind us to take action. We are excited to partner with these artists to bring their words to life.
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American artist Jenny Holzer uses text as the foundation for her artwork, which is often presented in public places. Her statements have appeared around the world in light projections and on LEDs, benches, posters, plaques and T-shirts.
WOMEN TEXT MESSAGES UT JENNY HOLZER (SHORT-SLEEVE OVERSIZED GRAPHIC T-SHIRT) (ONLINE EXCLUSIVE) is rated
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Rated 5 out of
minimalist shirtI'm a huge fan of minimalist graphic tees; so as soon as I saw this product I gave in. also admired the message (giving off a review simply because of this,, quite immature). Anyways, the quality is the same quality you can find in other uniqlo shirts! the fit is obviously oversized as stated in title; so be careful with the size you choose! I opted for a XS for this reason and seemed a bit small but fit well - no complaints. the text has a bubbly texture if that makes sense ? as if the words were sticking out lol. either way it looks good and its just a simple shirt to style with a cardigan or etc!
Date published: 2020-07-21
Rated 5 out of
Hey AnonymousThese are the words of an artist named Jenny Holzer, who suggests that parents should treat all of their children with the same care, love, and respect regardless of their gender. But I mean, I can see how this shirt could be super offensive to someone who doesn't like to be told what to do. I bet you don't wear a mask either. Good luck with everything man,
Date published: 2020-07-16
Rated 1 out of
Quality not acceptableWhen a company gives you an advise on how to raise your children, it's a huge red flag for formerly loyal customer.