The Justice Seeker, Revolution Design
The Justice Seeker, Revolution Design is inspired by the spirit of change and desire for justice that is the zeitgeist around the world.
The word "Revolution" is sometimes associated with negative connotations due to the violence and instability that may accompany revolutions. Yet, it is important to remember that most if not all of the rights that we enjoy nowadays and that we consider to be the default were fought for either through peaceful protest or otherwise. Injustice takes many takes many forms, it can be misogyny and sexism, it can be racism and discrimination, it can be colonialism and greed, it can be silencing the free speech. The owner of Levant 2 Australia, had livid in Syria during the first two years of the Syrian Revolution. Regardless of how powerful the "bad guys" are, justice must be served eventually.
The Arabic calligraphy writing "ثورة ضد الظلم" was translated literally into "Revolution against injustice". The injustice is deliberately left ambiguous in the design, as the owner of each individual item would apply their understanding to what the injustice is.
Arabic writing is usually viewed with suspicion and fear as many people associate it unjustifiably with terrorism. Thus, through showing the beauty of Arabic writing and Arabic calligraphy via printing it on hippie T-shirts, sweatshirts, hoodies, tank tops, mugs, canvas, tote cotton bags, and mouse pads; we hope to change the perception of Arabic writing towards admiration and appreciation.