locus solus industries 002

Locus Solus Industries continues apace. Here is our second t-shirt:

capitalism t-shirt

Also suitable for many occasions, perhaps even more than the last one.

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3 thoughts on “locus solus industries 002

  1. The Fraktur is mostly because that particular font, Newcastle, seemed like it would degrade well if poorly printed, as I suspect these things are. You can’t really see it on the thumbnails, and I haven’t actually seen any of the shirts, so I don’t know if that’s actually true. But it does have a lot of lovely little curly-cues on it that you don’t usually see on a blackletter font. It’s nicely confused.

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