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Addictive TV Create a piece of brilliance for THTC
Addictive TV are audio video remixers, they sample both audio and video clips to build their music.
So for a mammoth sampling session, we decided to ask the Addictive TV guys to trawl through our archive of 14 years of THTC clips and videos, which they sampled to pieces, then glued all the little bits they found together and created this masterpiece! Click on the image to the left to see the video..
Do you know about Monsanto? The corporation that brought us Agent Orange (the poisonous chemical used by the US Governtmewnt during the Vietnam war which has caused thousands of cases of cancer and birth defects). Reference
Well, they are also trying to release 'terminator seeds', producing plants that have sterile seeds, so that farmers across the world are forced to buy new seeds off them every year.
Another Mau Mau print, this design was created to outline the ills and suffering that money can bring.
Of course, there is nothing wrong with money per se, but the poorest 40% of the world's population accounts for 5% of global income, and the richest 20% accounts for three quarters of world income. When the vast majoity of the world's media is owned by one family it's easier to understand why the gap between rich and poor is increasing. Poverty doesn't need to exist and over 50% of the world's population do not need to survive on less than a dollar a day.
Raggamuffin - Bamboo
Raggamuffin was designed by long time THTC designer 'Herse'.
We originally printed it about 10 years ago, with the original THTC logo, but have revamped it for men and ladies' for 2013..
Pictured: Sinitta (X Factor Judge and Mentor)
The Resuce is a brand new print from Mau Mau, designed to raise awarenss of our relentless poisoning of the planet and, in particular, our oceans.