Men's T-shirts

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  • 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
  • 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.    
  • IKARUS Cross the vast sky like a humble bird! Unlike Ikarus, go beyond boundaries, always responding and adjusting to what you are and the present moment. Pattern inspired by red figure vase. Archeological Museum of Athens, 480 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.    
  • OCTOPUS II FINGERPRINT 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.
  • THE SNAKE GODDESS The mysterious Minoan Snake Goddess holds the secret of eternal rebirth. Pattern inspired by the graceful figurine excavated at Knossos, c. 1700-1450 BC.  
  • 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.
  • WISDOM ''The owl spreads its wings only with the falling of the dusk''. Thus,  wisdom is acquired mainly by studying past experience with the sparkling eye of  an owl. A pattern inspired from the Athenian silver Tetradrachm coin, 440-400 BC.