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4th Amendment Wear: 4th Amendment Wear (2)

View my junk, get a history lesson.

Published on Nov 29, 2010

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Crispin, Porter + Bogusky creatives Matthew Ryan and Tim Geoghegan came up with this clever way to protest against the newly broadened search procedures of the TSA. The pair conceived 4th Amendment Wear, underthings inked with a metallic version of the Fourth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, which becomes readily visible when travelers pass through TSA X-Ray scanners. 4th Amendment Wear is available for sale at Ryan and Geoghegan's Etsy shop.

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Credits

Date
Nov 29, 2010
Client:
4th Amendment Wear
Creative:
Matt Ryan
Creative:
Tim Geoghegan
Copywriter:
Tim Geoghegan
Art Director:
Matt Ryan
Designer:
Matt Ryan

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