4th Amendment Wear is a series of underclothes that have the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution printed on them with metallic ink that so that it will show up when worn through a TSA X-Ray machine.
The clothes are designed as a silent protest against the new reality of being searched to the point where we’re basically naked. We don’t intend for this to be anything more than a thought-provoking way to fuel the debate about safety vs. civil liberties. If we sell a few items, great. But the main intention is to open more dialogue. It’s more of a conceptual piece than anything else.
The 4th Amendment:
Here’s what social networks say about this:
Melanie Parry Yeah, that’s hilarious and everything, but the people who have to deal with you and your ridiculous shirt don’t actually have any authority to change the regulations.
Sarah Leonhardt Little Bear Schwarz they seem to always search you anyways, so maybe one of these would help? I mean I imagine it couldn’t get too much worse…
Ray Ramirez Too bad being searched before you get on an airplane seems pretty reasonable to me.
Ben Starr Looks like a good way to get «randomly selected» for additional screening lol
Jason Echevarria I’m going to go out on a limb and say it won’t matter, unless you put it in your bag going through the actual xray…..
Alex Reyes I don’t carry any bombs or knives with me when get on an airplane so why should I worry?
Lindsay Brock Sounds like they’ll look at that as an excuse to give me a cavity search. Not trying to piss those dudes and dudettes off.