Ok I kid I kid. I saw all the craziness with H&M going on and decided to have this made compliments of my pals over at Print A Vision, who btw will put pretty much anything you can think of on a shirt, hoodie, or whatever else you want it on lol. I know there's a lot of negativity around H&M right now but I think there may be a positive way of looking at it if you'll allow me to explain.

 

H&M got into business to make money so most likely, they wouldn't intentionally do something to cause them to make less of it. This tells me one thing. No one thought about an issue of race when approving that photo. We all talk about how we wished we lived in a color blind world. Maybe this is just hopeful thinking, but this may be an example of things shifting in that direction. While it wasn't an ideal way to present colorlessness, it may be people simply not seeing color or race. No way it would have been approved had one single person thought to point out a possible issue. Maybe I'm just reaching for a positive, but I'd like to think of it that way.