T-Shirt Nobody likes me - Iheart
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Regular-fit T-shirts in soft cotton jersey with a round, rib-trimmed neckline and a straight hem.
Neckline: Round neck
- Cotton 100%
Material: Cotton, Jersey
Materials in this product explained
The t-shirt is made of 100% combed cotton, 165g, unshrinkable. The shirts in this collection are made with a screen printing process to provide the best print quality.
- Wash with similar colours
- Only non-chlorine bleach when needed
- High iron
- Machine wash at 30°
- Can be dry cleaned
- Line dry
The work depicts a boy who’s sad and dissatisfied with the fact that he has zero likes, mentions and followers on his Instagram account.
iHeart aka I♥ is a Canadian street artist who uses graffiti as a vehicle to voice his opinion on social issues. His art is focused on stenciling city walls with his heart-shaped symbol in many works.
iHeart describes himself as a “just a boy with ideas, opinions and a whole lot of aerosol”. He created a series of graffiti stencils through which he tries to highlight the negative influence of social media on the growing youth, alienating people instead of bringing them closer. The artist is just as elusive as famous British artist Banksy, who has transformed his artwork from acts of vandalism to sought-after high art pieces.
iHeart doesn’t reveal a lot about himself. Most surely he comes from Vancouver and when asked about it, he says
“I feel like a guidance counselor when I talk about Vancouver. It has so much potential but applies itself inappropriately. Vancouver is a young, dynamic and creative city, but is way too distracted.”
His simple but smart stencils one can find mainly in Vancouver and Calgary. Much like disdain for distraction, the street artist of only few years, isn’t interested in fame either:
“Anonymity is a must. I think a lot of people fantasize about the idea of celebrity, but the little taste I got was really overwhelming and awkward.”