Awhile back I made this logo. Its the old Chief Noc-A-Homa icon for the
Atlanta Braves. He has a gas mask on. It says, “hey Im a designer in Atlanta”. Last night when I was out and about in town someone asked what does all this nonsense mean. Below are some words that help get across what this
idea is all about:
Westerners love zombies for the same reason Japan loves giant monsters: they represent technology gone awry. Just as Godzilla was inspired by the dropping of the atomic bomb, Western filmmakers (George Romero aside) latched onto zombies in the wake of Three Mile Island, the recognition of AIDS, the Ebola outbreak, and similar medical and technological disasters. And what causes the zombie outbreak is often less important than what comes afterward - a post apocalyptic world! Hence, the gas mask.
To me, this feels “American”. It was the military and scientists who fought Godzilla where zombies fall to resourceful and self-reliant survivors.
As out of control as our mad science might go, a good machete and a 12 gauge in the hands of a competent man or woman can always save the day. Which what we’re all trying to do anyways, right?
Anonymous asked: Shes nice and tight.
Every girl’s nice, and tight. Wait, who are you talking about?
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