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“Out of socks but thought I might leave one anyway. You know how it is, you never know the sky cry one more and make it land to my doorstep. The blue blue reminds of my favourite ice cream flavour when I was a kid, called Smurf, which I wasn't allow to eat cause made my tong lips teeth blue and my dad used to get severely embarrassed by that. None wants a smurfed daughter. Not even in summer time. The spontaneous handwriting reminds me of better days and high school strikes when I was ok to be called anarchist and I had no idea what that meant. The loose fit I feel will be perfect for mestrual days where you can't really (also) be asked to stick to a shirt's need. I am sad this is out of stock. Hope it comes back quick. If at all. Might be cool for you if it does, so I won't make my own and not-mention your service in copyright.”
“You see this Tshirt and you think: Wow this is cool. My unfulfillment mostly comes from my artistic failures which I often blame on not being cool enough. I make paintings and that is just not cool these days. Being an RCA graduate is not so cool either considering how low this place has gone in the past few years and a lot of my personal cool factor has sunken with it. Also, I'm getting old and my body is aging which is something I have been trying to solve by doing lots of yoga so I'm very excited to wear this tshirt to my Shoreditch cool-people yoga studio once it reopens and reminding the folks of what's up with the eco-crisis and all.”
“It is a dark time, friends. Will this shirt fulfill me? I don't know, but I'm eager to find out. Products can sometimes fill the emptiness of our current existence, or at the very least, they can convince us they will. At a minimum, I doubt I'll have buyer's remorse from writing this review, although that remains to be seen. Can labor remorse be a thing? Is it already a thing? Either way, I'll feel fulfilled in my desire to look pretty cool this summer, and that should be enough for me.”
“Everyone faces various crises from the moment they born. Every parting，every self-breakthrough，every time we spent on sadness is a crisis moment in the growth crisis. Life is unpredictable，also it is not so friendly to the majority of people. Everytime when people feel they are fooled by life，they have so many restrictions between them and the inner peace，this is the timing of crisis. Although，people can not fully control or change what gonna happen in the life，or in the future life. People can change their own attitude by welcome crisis in their life，take more adventure，try to look the passive aspect of crisis and try to make friends with crisis and also with themselves.”
“After more than a year of lockdown after lockdown, I am beyond thrilled to wear this product and be back in the streets this Summer season. Who knew fulfillment could be so accessible. The truth is that my shopping habits have now completely changed, for the better. I no longer have to either waste time or worry about getting a virus by entering a physical clothing store. All I need is this simple shirt I can order online. I can look good, express myself and feel independent. Fulfillment really is that simple.”
“This crisis has been fortold, But yt body supremacy has killed it , has erased it, has silenced it - So i welcome D-N-A fulfilling the return of this telling ,the Indigenous peoples of of our planet has been keeping to original instruction and being protectors of the human and non human relatives - This fulfilment series hitting the streets and the urban construct is at an apt time --LETs also be clear there are many Crises of abrupt negative changes in security, economic, political, or environmental affairs and natural all predicated on the greed of a system that would see us divided - this welcoming makes us aware of what we should still protect , still fight for -”
“I will be so fulfilled when I receive this t-shirt, it will be the only one I wear, showing how we can move into an age of minimalism, wearing only one outfit. This will be my climate protest, where everyone on the street will ask me where I got one, and I will say to choose one t-shirt and make your own. We will all be fulfilled, surviving in the crisis. We also will not have much washing to do.”
“The future prospect of this t-shirt seems to have fulfilled me already. I didn't realise that I could be fulfilled so easily, or is this a result of capitalism convincing me that the prospect of receiving is enough to keep going, keep slogging and to be a piece of the machine. This is how they control us, the utopian thought of fulfilment, whether t-shirts, fame or fortune. I think I am probably a fulfilment slut - it won't be long until I move onto the next prospect I'm sure! Current status = fulfilled”
“The most outstanding hoarding in this project is, I think, Elitism Sucks by D.N.A and this t-shirt? of course nailed the idea of throwing a question on western centred anthropocene. In a way of fulfilling this idea through billboards and t-shirts which is kitsch and witty, this project by D.N.A. absolutely fulfils my thoughts and complaints about the reality we live in. I really want this hand-made funky t-shirt to cherish this project physically! Love this work! You guys nailed it!!”
“This t-shirt certainly has a je ne sais quoi to it, doesn't it? It both invites people to wonder what the crisis is, but also asks them to very kindly please leave you alone. In fact, I myself am left wondering what the crisis is, and if in fact it should say "crises" instead because aren't we all embroiled in many crises of our own? Like yeah of course there's the Global Crisis of climate change, the pandemic etc etc but what about all our own existential crises? Perhaps the true Crisis is being unsure which of the infinite crises this shirt is referring to. Nevertheless, I'll certainly be wearing it to keep busybodies away from me while maintaining an air of cool mystery about me.”
“What better way to middle finger the system and take a stand than to wear it on your tee? Eco and fair-trade material too, couldn't ask for more. D.N.A's message on the conversation about crisis is ever important today and if you're not part of the movement then what are you doing? Elitism sucks, welcome to the crisis !!”
“From the second I saw this T-shirt I knew I needed it. It’s merch but also a limited edition item linked to a curatorial project by university students. It’ll be a wearable sign of both fashion cred but also “I’m culturally informed” cred. Fulfilment to me is when I can wear big baggy edgy clothes that can hide me behind a shield, a performed identity that masks the insecurities that lie underneath. But I’ll also stand out because of the bold yet DIY aesthetic of this funky t shirt. Win win.”
“It looks amazing, I like white shirt with some pattern on it, especially these kind of paintings. Im delighted to take part in such an awesome art fair/activity. To be honest, I feel that this shirt can bring a cold wind in the coming summer. And I will deliver this message to my friend who interested in. To share the love and spirit of art. I hope it will be delivered to my house as soon as possible. Then I can put it on and take a selfie to post on social media. I can’t wait to see it!!”
“This T-Shirt is welcoming people to wear the welcoming slogan on body, the body becomes a media of transmitting the meaning. This is optimistic somehow but also tragic. Tragic is that telling people the world is full of crisis, while optimistic is as a sentence telling people “no worries, you are not alone, we are together, we give greeting to you, we can figure all these out together”. This is just like how the world works mechanically. Nobody can choose if to come to this world, but there are always people who welcome us to come. The airbrush technique is quick-speed, just like all the decisions we make. No matter the decision is right or not, we are welcomed to do so.”
“This T-shirt’s blue and white make me think of the blue sky and white clouds in London, this will bring me good mood everyday. I’m leaving London this summer, this will remind me of London spring when I’m abroad. I can also imagine the billboards in front of the blue sky, that’s fantastic; and I wish I could visit the billboards by myself someday. I check the schedule Friday is sunny, so maybe I will check personally on Friday.”
“‘Mama told me (aye) not to sell work (mama) Seventeen five, same colour T-shirt (white)’ This doesn't look like just any white T-shirt. Hand-sprayed, the world’s in crisis. Eco-made. Here we are, thinking material items bring us joy and happiness. What if the supply chain and where it came from made us feel good? Should we even feel good about that? What if the politics and the fight for freedom that we practise made us feel good? Should we even feel good about that? But if we don’t feel good we stop. We abstract ourselves from all that is going on. Perhaps we can find fulfilment in coming together collectively, building on the ideas of people saying this world is not enough, I will not stand for the destruction it causes.”