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With This T-Shirt, They’ll Understand You Anywhere In The World

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You’re dying to travel, but maybe the thought of going somewhere you don’t speak the language intimidates you? Well, you should get yourself the IconSpeak T-Shirt. The front of the shirt is covered in a grid containing 40 different icons for a wide variety of things you might need while on your travels. If you want someone to understand you, simply point to them. Want some place to sleep? There’s an icon for that. Need the police? Well… you get the idea. It’s $33, and comes in a few different styles and several sizes.

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Ask Me About My Ninja Disguise

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Oh the funny, quirky things you’ll find on the Interwebs. Like this T-Shirt.

We like it.

It’s $17 to $21.

No, no we know it’s nothing new but come on, like that matters.

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Well… That Was Fast

$22.

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This French Designer Thinks that the T-Shirts of the Future are Going to be Made Out of Wood

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When you think of fashion from the future, flashy, ultra-modern stuff that’ll probably glow bright with LED lights or something when worn might probably come to mind. But not for French designer Pauline Marcombe, who thinks that everything’s going back to the basics and to the all-natural–starting with these futuristic T-shirts. Or should I say tops? From the looks of things, it probably isn’t very fair or sensible to call her design a ‘T-shirt.’

It follows the trend of fashion getting more complicated and uncomfortable to wear. Have you seen those sky-high heelless shoes that some ‘fashionable’ women are wearing nowadays? They can call it whatever they like, but I call it a broken ankle just waiting to happen. Pauline’s design is called the Prototype Triangle Numéro 1, which is crafted out of laser-cut wooden triangles all linked together with wire.

Hit the break for more images of Pauline’s futuristic designs.

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