Men's T-Shirt "Deus Ex Machina"
Men's T-Shirt "Deus Ex Machina"
$58
U.S.A.
Available
quantity
Артикул: SB-TS2021
Цвет: Хаки
Boiled T-shirt with the image of skulls and mechanisms in the steampunk style, called "Deus Ex Machina" (God from the machine). Boiled T-shirt with rust effect from moving mechanisms. The original design, ginger delay and gold plating effect give this T-shirt a unique brutal fantasy style! Delicate, body-friendly material: 100% cotton. The application is very high quality and does not feel to the touch. T-shirt boiled at 90 degrees - does not shrink after washing. Attention! Metallization effect! It is recommended to wash at a temperature not exceeding 30 degrees, not longer than 90 minutes, you can iron it.
Description:
"Deus ex machina" (from Lat. - "God from the machine"; classical ['de.ʊs eks' maːkʰi.naː]) is an expression that means an unexpected, deliberate outcome of a situation, with the involvement of an external, previously not acting factor in it. It is a tracing paper from the Greek. ἀπὸ μηχανῆς θεός. The word mechane (Greek μηχανῆς) in the ancient Greek theater was a crane that allowed the actor to be lifted above the stage (allowing him to "fly"). In ancient theater, the expression denoted a god who appears at the denouement of the performance with the help of special mechanisms (for example, "descending from heaven") and solves the heroes' problems.

Steampunk (from the English words steam - "steam" and punk - "bad") is a style in art, which is characterized by an artistic description of a fictional society of people based on the perfected technologies of steam engines and mechanisms. In addition, steampunk is the most well-known variety of the popular genre of science fiction - cyberpunk, as well as a literary movement, a cultural movement and even a special subculture. Steampunk is a fantasy genre about worlds where steam engines and other retro technologies have not disappeared, but have reached the highest development.

The term "steampunk" was first used by two writer friends James Blaylock and Kevin Jeter during a 1987 discussion in Locus magazine. The term arose as a parodic opposition to cyberpunk, so early steampunk was created according to the traditional scenarios of its "big brother" with a mechanical transfer of action into reality, where steam technologies rule.
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