4th Amendment Wear.

4th Amendment Wear is a great project aimed at getting people to think a little more about their Constitutional rights. After the latest wave of TSA measures were put into place, Tim Geoghegan and Matthew Ryan began a silent protest of their own. They found metallic type that could, in theory, show up on TSA scanners that would display the 4th amendment, then inked t-shirts and underwear. A thought-provoking way to fuel the debate about safety vs. civil liberties. {via Josh Spear}

5 Comments on “4th Amendment Wear.”

  • Noodles and Waffles

    Very clever.

    11-29-10 » 2:07 pm »

  • Elle

    oh jesus. seriously?

    11-29-10 » 2:49 pm »

  • Kelly

    wow! that’s creative.

    11-29-10 » 6:20 pm »

  • Madison

    i like

    11-29-10 » 6:27 pm »

  • Caroline

    How cool is that?! Very clever indeed.

    11-29-10 » 8:02 pm »

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