Los Angeles, CA, December 10, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- First, William Tibbs does a series of drawings to get the perspective from someone else's view of the objects in a scene. He draws the person who is witnessing the scene. Then, he draws the objects in the scene. Lines drawn from the witness's eyes to each object give the dimensions of the object in the final image. Sketches are also done from the perspective of each light that shines on the witness and on the objects in the scene. They determine the shadows and highlights of the image.
When the final image is created, a strategic portion of the image is put on a t-shirt. When people look at the shirts, they see part of a precious memory that they carry with them everywhere they go. The question is “Where did they see it before?” On WMN’s website, William's designs can be seen along with the secret to the timeless charm of the Peace Symbol which had a tremendous influence on the culture of the 20th century and is still seen everywhere today.
William says we live in a world where great trends do not happen by chance. Fads and trends happen by design. Remember Woodstock? The Peace Symbol was everywhere and the multitude was driven into a frenzy. Well, this symbol continues to charm new generations.
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