Men' s T-shirts

/Men' s T-shirts
  • ANTHEMION Flowers blossoming in four directions around a glowing star symbolize eternity.A pattern inspired by the ceiling decoration of Parthenon, 450 BC.
  • COMMUNICATION The Phaistos Disc inscription is a mystery to be solved. The urge for communication and discovery, though, is the pillar of human civilization. Phaistos 1850-1600 BC.
  • ETERNAL SPIRAL Intertwined spirals under the burning sun symbolize the evolving journey of life. Pattern inspired by frying pan, Early Cycladic, 2700 BC.
  • EXCELLENCE Pursue your goals with relentless inner power! Skillfully rule your life like a lion! A pattern inspired from the marble lion head water sprout of Parthenon. The Acropolis Museum ,600BC
  • FLYING EROS Love is always in tha air! A pattern inspired from a red figure vase. Archeological Museum of Athens, 480 BC.      
  • FULLNESS

    Nature’s endless unfolding of inherent potential.Pattern inspired by the emblematic bullhead shaped ceremonial pot.Knossos 1600-1500 BC.

           
  • GEOMETRY Geometry is a tool to understand our world and promotes our creative imagination. A pattern inspired from a Lekythos vase decoration. Naxos, geometrical period, 1050-700 BC.    
  • INSPIRA Pattern inspired by ancient tetradrachm coin depicting the Minoan Labyrinth. Knossos 300 BC.
  • OCTOPUS Nature’s Supreme Intelligence in every creature. Pattern inspired by amphora. Crete 1500 BC.
  • OCTOPUS I Nature’s Supreme Intelligence in every creature. Pattern inspired by amphora. Mycenae 1200-1100 BC.
  • OCTOPUS II Nature’s Supreme Intelligence in every creature. Pattern inspired by amphora. Crete 1500 BC.    
  • POSEIDON Poseidon was one of the Twelve Olympians in ancient Greek religion and myth. He was god of the Sea and other waters of earthquakes and of horses.
  •   PROSPERITY Olive trees have been here for millennia. They grow under any conditions providing us with their precious fruits and oil. A pattern inspired from the Knossos Palace olive tree fresco. Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, 1600-1450 BC. In the trunk hides the Linear A ideogram for olive tree.
  • VOREAS The North Wind God boldly passes and clears everything blowing into his shell. A pattern inspired by the respective relief on the Tower of the Winds, at the Athens Roman Agora, around 50 BC.