Our first design is inspired by the values of the samoan culture which include Respect, Service and Love. This design is made to influence a statement which is "a culture cannot thrive without respect". Respect is a key element to a thriving culture and without it, there is no culture to thrive within.
Our next two designs are inspired by past musical r n b icons who still have an impact on the music industry this day in time. This includes both Aaliyah and Tupac, both artists who were loved by many individuals.
Tupac ignited the rap, hip-hop, and pop cultures' explosive expansion. Tupac expressed his passionate views on how society helped him develop as a man in a number of albums, from trust to racial discrimination. This was Tupac's legacy, which made him a significant figure in our musical culture.
Aaliyah's influence has endured numerous musical eras and fashions, spanning dancehall, pop-rap, trap music, and southern hip-hop. People like Normani, SZA, The Weeknd, and Drake continue to make music that is influenced by the sound and aesthetic of Aaliyah. She has had a massive impact and influence on other musicians and individuals.
These two musicians have had a significant impact on the music industry and on society as a whole. This makes them perfect to be used on our shirts to show other individuals the impact that past musicians have had on current music today aswell as the social impact they had on society.
Our next design is influenced by the present impact and popularity of the anime culture. Anime has shown to be beneficial for the diversity of cultural discourse. Our culture is being positively influenced by a kind of entertainment from another culture, allowing our society to transcend cultural barriers and grow more diversity and to become more tolerant.
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