Metal For Nepal

by Metal for Nepal
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Special Metal For Nepal edition t-shirt only for Indian fans! Here's your way to support the Nepal Relief fund while also getting an awesome t-shirt designed by the one and only, Visual Amnesia.

All profits from the sales of these t-shirts are contributed to help those affected by the earthquake.

The design is inspired by the 'Thangka' painting style from the monasteries of Nepal. It's intricate geometric ethic is interpreted by Visual Amnesia in his own style of digital illustrations.

The design represents the traditional and historic motifs and symbols of the ancient land. The main idea is depicted as 'Kaal Bhairav' / Shiva "the God of Destruction" who is rooted in the culture of Nepal. The destroyer descending from the Himalayas to demolish everything in sight, yet his hands form the symbolic gesture of Buddhist peace 'sutra' with a slight twist to form a double horns up \mXm/ which is the universal symbol for metal.

The meaning behind this piece of art is ‘balance’; that even though nature destroys via earthquakes and floods, its nature itself that helps us to rebuild via what it provides. Much like melody and heaviness in metal; nature too presents destruction and aggression, as well as the message of peace and brotherhood.

We will rise once again.


This t-shirt will be screenprinted to perfection on a Black or White, 100% cotton Redwolf branded tee.

Having trouble ordering or have a question about shipping? Mail us as contact@makemymerch.in or call at +91-9892729300  (11 AM - 6 PM) - we'd be happy to help.
Also, remember to 'like' and share this campaign! Thank you so much!


Rs. 600

Campaign Goal:

61 sold (towards the goal of 20)
Goal Achieved!
This campaign is complete.
Estimated shipping: 13th September 2015
Designer Bio:
Support the cause, help us spread this campaign and make it reach people, Metal is actually saving Nepal.

We are building up a school in Sindhupalchwok District, Bhotsipa VDC - 9.

Metal For Nepal (Final Leg) - Kathmandu, Nepal | September 05, 2015 | Bhrikutimandap Ground.

Share and Support | We will rise again.

Design credit: @VisualAmnesia www.facebook.com/visualamnesia 

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