photography is not a crime by animo

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photography is not a crime
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homage to ‘skateboarding is not a crime’… which arose for similar reasons
more and more i find myself being stopped by people (especially security guards!) from photographing things and places.
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so this tee was a necessary venting!

Comments

  • H Maria Perry
    H Maria Perryalmost 7 years ago

    Fantastic and how apropos. You have the absolute right to stand in public places and photograph anything you want to (with some specific exceptions). Come join in our discussion

  • Mark Higgins
    Mark Higginsalmost 7 years ago

    I am right behind ya Naomi!….
    because you would have a better chance of talking
    down a security guard:):)

  • or indeed an officious turban-clad customs security guard ; )

    – animo

  • Marnie Hibbert
    Marnie Hibbertalmost 7 years ago

    Excellent! just what we all need! We’d be wearing this tee every day. Mental note: must buy 365 tees. love your typography.

  • adrian76
    adrian76almost 7 years ago

    Something to wear next time I’m at Southern Cross Station :)

  • Bruce  Watson
    Bruce Watsonalmost 7 years ago

    Fully support the sentiment on this one.

  • MissKristy
    MissKristyalmost 7 years ago

    Depends what you are photographing..muhaha Gods, I have a devious mind!!!
    Seriously though..very cool Tee.

  • yes, true – depends on what you are photographing. and yes you do have a devious mind ; )

    – animo

  • Michelle Boyer
    Michelle Boyeralmost 7 years ago

    I agree- nice work

  • jerry  alcantara
    jerry alcantaraover 6 years ago

    this is really cool T

  • davoid
    davoidover 6 years ago

    I recently got asked not to photograph near some Melbourne Central train station offices, it wasn’t a problem: the guy was very nice about it (as was I). I already knew it wasn’t allowed so I was expecting it. See link to an old blog entry for the first time it happened.

    I blame the terrorists.

  • davoid
    davoidover 6 years ago

    I like the use of the halftone screen effect. It reminds me of those glitter vinyl t-shirt transfers from my youth in 1970s suburban Melbourne.

    You obviously have a good eye for type, layout, graphic design, and a good conceptual imagination.

    Good one.

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