An asexual piece of clothing, a t-shirt is unisex and indifferent to age: it is a chameleon. Anyone from any social branch and any age can adapt it for themselves. It is worn everywhere in the world, which makes it multinational. It is mass produced because it is mass–purchased and, before reaching the stores, it has travelled thousands of kilometres. It's the discreet must–have of all wardrobes, and this thanks to an ideal design, combining simplicity with efficiency. Very often, a T-shirt has other uses besides its primary usage: in Brazil, it is worn as a mask by gangs members. I used one myself as a bag a couple of years ago and the father of a friend uses one as a mop.
Photo series C-prints on alu-dibond | Variable dimensions