"Big brother is watching you". Do you feel his intense and focused gaze? If you still have a feeling of insecurity from him, then the American artist Adam Harvey will try to help. The young master of fine arts recently unveiled his new mini-collection, which is designed so that you can hide from the sight of the mysterious Big Brother.
Observation has become a part of our daily life. We are watched from everywhere: at work, on the street, at airports and even from satellites and unmanned aerial vehicles. But Adam Harvey, a student in NYU's interactive telecom program, doesn't want to put up with it. Last year, he already presented his project called "CV Dazzle", which consisted in disguise, which interferes with face recognition. The project was designed for both physical and digital leveling of face detection by means of special makeup and hair styling.
This time, the artist decided to go further and with the help of a New York designer. Johanna Bloomfield created a line of "anti-surveillance" clothing called "StealthWear" and unofficial "Anti-Drone" Wear " … The collection consists of three items: a burqa, a scarf and a hoodie. The inspiration for the first two Adam Harvey borrowed from Muslims, to some extent altering the concept of a veil that separates a person or the world from God. The hoodie, on the other hand, is designed to fit aerial thermal observations of drones. It is worth noting that Anti-Drone The garment is made of metallized fabric that protects against thermal observation.
After all, Adam Harvey created a special anti-phone accessory for privacy lovers. Case "OFF Pocket" designed to block any outgoing and incoming signals. It is waterproof and fits most phones ranging from iPhone and ending Nexus.
Some kind of T-shirts are also under development, which are designed to protect their wearer from the effects of X-rays.
Perhaps, if the heroes of the movie "Predator" or "Tremors" had such clothes in their wardrobe, the number of deaths could be reduced. And interested consumers have the opportunity to purchase things through a creative label. "Primitive London"because who knows what Big Brother thinks about you.