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I did a T-shirt design for Boston goth/industrial club, Ceremony, which turns 20 this year.

Ceremony holds a special place in my heart since it was the first place I heard bands like Chemlab, and Haujobb outside of my own home.  Which was  a beautiful and exhilarating and let me know I wasn’t alone.

❤️❤️❤️ Nate, Static, Matt, Tony, Steve and all the Ceremony peeps over the years.

Check out ceremonyboston.org for a shirt and info on their big party on Monday.

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Probably the only thing that I like about having these shirts– these shirts our school required us to buy for some incredulous reason. This, because their colors form the color of the Russian flag, or even France’s. And God knows how much I’ve been into anything Russian ever since I’ve fangirled over Aliya Mustafina and the Russian gymnastics team. Watched videos of them I don’t even understand, hopelessly tried to understand even a bit of their language, watched anything with Russia in it because of the mere fact that Aliya’s Russian. Fangirling indeed. But I’m not even sorry. Trololololol.

Good News. Bad news.

So, our organization’s (JPIA’s) officers had a meeting a while back to discuss matters such as our organizational shirt, in which I passed a design.

The plan was that they were the ones who would choose (though I find this manner quite unfair since not all sections were well represented but who cares).

Good news: my design won.

Bad news: it was subject to deliberation.

Turns out that the chairperson of the Accountancy department doesn’t like the design. And two of her colleagues.

IT IS DISAPPOINTING. I worked hard for that. It won. Then turned down by people who wouldn’t use the shirt anyway. Er–

They then asked the officers to choose another design. They can’t. An insider told me that they’d rather choose one of my rejected designs. Oh well.

Here was my design:

Oh well. If they don’t like it, fine. My friends and I are going to use it anyway. It’s not my loss. :P