Changing the world, one shirt at a time!

The Future Belongs To Those Of Us, Still Willing To Get Our Hands Dirty

Brilliant interactive poster by Roland Tiangco.

One of the most inspiring pieces I have yet to come across.
While removing the poster from it’s envelope, you can’t help but get your hands dirty from the  ink and dirt on the back of the page. As the unfolded poster is handled, the text becomes visible: “The future belongs to those of us still willing to get our hands dirty.”


Want more inspiration?

Check out my favorite place to go… and where I found Roland Tiangco’s “Dirt Poster” at World Famous Design JunkiesAnd Multeepurpose – Changing the world one shirt at a time. Wear what you believe.



3 responses

  1. Very clever, and gets the point across. And how very true is the sentiment expressed. Although it seems trivial, I have often extolled the benefits of knitting because it is a simple, yet pleasurable way that we can learn to use our hands to make things that we actually use and wear.

    Thank you for visiting Middle Aged Plague and subscribing. Was it the tofu?

    January 18, 2012 at 12:24 am

    • It was the Tofu (that and I enjoy all of the beautiful artwork that goes along with your posts) ! Thank you for reading!

      I really do love this poster – It is my desktop background, phone background, and always on my blog somewhere 🙂

      January 18, 2012 at 12:53 am

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    July 26, 2012 at 3:55 am

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