Sep 15, 2008

Liberty and Justice

I saw this image at Café Philos: an internet café blog. He got it from his friend at the Decrepit Old Fool. And as always, like aritsts all over the world, I was asking myself 'Why didn't I think of this?'. The answer is not clear. But I'm glad someone else did.


Don't you think that LGBTians can use this on their T-shirts and banners and stuff?

12 comments:

♪♪Happy Go Lucky♪♪ said...

u have a point....

Harish said...

it will look great on a T shirt... LGBT or otherwise, doesnt matter.

Kris Bass said...

@ Harini: Yeah...

@ *aham*: Well, but it applies more to us, doesn't it?

Anonymous said...

thats the same question i asked myself when i saw the pic!! interesting..
would love to own such a tee. if u plan to make em pls send me one..
why cant tees in here be a little more interesting.they charge hell lot o money for plain ****.
DeLh BOi
p.s. still thinking over your inspiration.ave got no clue as yet.its sure something intangible.

Vaudevillian said...

a true "why didn't I think of this before" specimen..

i'm so printing this off!

Kris Bass said...

@ DeLH BOi: I'm not making any tees. I agree with you that Indian Tees are generally boring. You might be surprised and a little too late for the mysterious inspiration.

@ Vaudevillain: On a tee?

Prash said...

Very good ! I really admire this photo ! I endorse your idea to use it for LGBT :-) But again, this will only appeal to mostly western people (especially European and American) because of the Statue of Liberty. That symbolizes America...whereas the lady of justice is universal.

Kris Bass said...

@ Prash: I thought that the Statue of Liberty is one of the most famous icons of the world. I know it is America centric, but still it stands for liberty.

Firebolt said...

If anyone is printing that out on a t-shirt, please contact me!

Love the pic. I'm gonna post it on my blog too. ^_^

Kris Bass said...

@ Firebolt: I knew you would love it!

Reema said...

Lol :)

Kris Bass said...

@ Reema: Hey, don't LOL! That's not funny! We're talking about human rights! ;)