Symphonic Bubbles 1 by Daniel Davidson
As with Daniel’s Colour of Music series - give us your favourite melody we will but it and translate it into a coloured bar code with teh colours of the stripes representing the root notes of the chords and the width of the stripes the length of the notes - these symphonies are inspired by Wassily Kandinsky’s essay Concerning The Spiritual in Art. These Symphonic Bubbles shirts have an aesthetic focus rather than being interpretations of a given melody.Kandinsky’s essay explains his synaesthesia and his motivation for delivering the world’s first abstract work of art. These shirts reward the attention they receive, easy on the eye, cool, interesting, sophisticated and of course very comfortable.
Our t-shirts are unique for being wholly made with CoolMax freshFX. CoolMax is a patented fibre designed to wick perspiration and accelerate moisture evaporation, keeping wearers cooler and drier. This wicking feature of the fabric is made possible by micro channels engineered into the profile of and surface of the fibre. These channels are cleverly dimensioned to exploit the surface tension and capillary action of water. Being physical properties of the fibre, these channels endure and do not significantly diminish with wear or washing.
Antimicrobial (freshFX) treatment stops the propagation of odour producing bacteria. This is achieved by embedding silver salt crystals into the structure of the fibre. FreshFX treatment like the wicking is permanent and does not leach out with everyday use. These characteristics ensure the shirts remain cool, dry and odour free regardless of what you might do in them. Performance of the fabric is guaranteed through a certified and monitored manufacturing process.