posted on Apr, 3 2005 @ 07:07 PM
I don't think it means anything. As someone said further up the tread, sweatshirts like this can be made thousands of places around the world. I'm
sure there is Illuminati shirts and Scull and Bones shirts around to. That doesn't make them official.
As I am sitting here and working in Photoshop anyway, I opened the pic to take a closer look;
The logo looks genuine. If it's a PS job, it's very well executed. The print follows the light/ shadow areas and the curves of the shirt perfectly.
I think the shirt is the real thing.
That piece of paper however...
I checked the color balance on the-shirt print for consistency compared to other neutral elements in the picture. The logo comes out fine, but to my
surprise the paper didn't. Its got much less yellow than the other gray and white parts of the picture. The paper should have come out reasonably
similar to the other parts and it didn't...
This could be because they used some kind of paper with a faint blueish shade, but I have never seen such a paper in regular use and don't really
think it's likely. Generally speaking, the cheaper the paper the more yellow it is (going from white anyway, not blue).
It could be the picture is genuine, but was doctored (paper and date added) to look like it was taken recently.
Just my two cent...