I picked up this woven mesh t-shirt at my favorite Military shop in Toronto. I don’t have any information about the garment, the price tag read “NORWAY, UNDERSHIRT, 100% COTTON”. I am not an Army surplus buff, like some of my friends, I wish I could have a whole paragraph about the history of this undershirt. Instead you can enjoy some photo’s of myself, bored at my parents house, wearing my new favorite top:
More detailed photo’s soon.
I am obsessed with Mohair jumpers. I used to collect mohair sweaters, of all kinds, colors, patterns. I had a plan to re-create one into a sex-pistol friendly garment. Sadly during my “minimalism” period of 2006, I got rid of them.
Nostalgia of madness, has a great collection of Punk induced Mohair jumpers:
My friend Josh got me a glass eye as a gift, a few years back. It sat in a small jar as a curiosity on my book shelf, yet I always wanted to wear it on a necklace or a pin. My mother set the eye in a amulet (and put the amulet on a silver chain) while I was away in Montreal. The glass eye has always been one of my favorite objects and now I can have it close to me at all times.
15th century Mamluk mail shirt, now in the Museum of Islamic Art in Cairo.
image via: Sword Forum
Handmade Ghost protector cross.