These images have been sitting on my hard drive collecting digital dust for almost nine months now. I shot these amidst enraged keyboard slamming episodes and strenuous attempts to concoct an extended response for my labour regulation subject. Thankfully, all that is in the past now. Part of the reason why I’ve back-burnered these images is my deep-seated fear of judgment for my sudden leap towards print. I have had this tee for almost three years and have not worn it aside from the occasional 32 degrees celsius day, which naturally calls for a thin pyjama tee situation at home. As such, it is of much trepidation yet relief that I now show all the interweb eyeballs my essay-typing getup. Here’s to my attempt to post more sartorial updates.
Mono Print9 May 2017
On print, deep-seated fears of judgment and labour regulation essays.
Photographed by Yours Truly