Every rectangle contains an inherent geometry. Lines from corner to corner, the two lines of rabatment, diagonals from those lines to the corners, lines drawn from the intersections of those lines, and so on. This is called the Armature of the Rectangle.
It may look like an occult symbol or something out of a math textbook, but the Armature of the Rectangle is one of the most commonly used compositional grids in art history. Laying it across many artworks unlocks the secret geometry that artists have used for generations, or at least some impressive visual coincidences. Either way, it makes a mysterious and compelling image, and a great T-shirt.
I've sourced shirts from more than a dozen different places over the last two years, and this is by far the softest, most comfortable, and best wearing.
Machine on warm with like colors and tumble dry on low. No chlorine-based bleach and don't iron or dry clean, it'll melt the graphics.
Half Chest (in)
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