I operated a t-shirt newspaper and news kiosk, the T-shirt Times, which reprinted newspaper headlines from that day. Editions were printed in Small, Medium, and Large and were given away for free. As they become part of the visual fabric of the city, they will become advertisements for the news that day, conversation starters, or confusing fashion statements. When worn weeks, months, years later, these shirts will then have a second life, when they will have become orphaned from their source, from time, and from making sense – become bizarre fragments without temporal locale.
T-Shirt Times – complete from David Stein on Vimeo.