'Not in Your Face' by Susan A Barnett Shows T-Shirts with Personality

By: Armida Ascano - Published: Sep 18, 2010 • References: sabarnett & sweet-station
This photographic series by Susan A Barnett has one of the most creative and simple concepts ever seen.

Entitled 'Not in Your Face,' the series involves people's t-shirts in relation to their identities. What Susan A Barnett aims to do is point out the statement that a printed t-shirt makes about a person's thoughts, opinions, and chosen peer group. To emphasize this point, Susan A Barnett requested only the backs of her models in these prints. This way, the concept is strengthened as a facial expression is deemed less important than a t-shirt. Stats for Characteristic Tees Trending: Older & Warm
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