Goth Hoodie – Original Art by Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation!

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Goth Hoodie – Original Art By Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation!

This Goth Hoodie is the perfect hoodie for someone who is always looking for something different. It also makes a great gift for any anime fans, art fans, or people who collect full-color hoodies. This is an original art hoodie with artwork by Ibrahem Swaid from Artstation! The design is named Hrott and Marot. It is an all original work of art with the Grim Reaper and Jesus, hanging out doing their own thing as if good and evil just suddenly broke cool and decided that the war was over!

Keep reading to find out more about the hoodie, plus get shipping information, sizing info, and other product recommendations from Ibrahem Swaid and other featured artists!

PRODUCT INFORMATION

This hoodie is designed with a high-quality mix of polyester and spandex, a mix designed for its light weight and durability. This hoodie is just the right thickness to not be too hot in the warmer months, and keep you warm in the colder months! If you are looking for something to wear that no one else has, this comfortable and stylish hoodie will surely be a conversation waiting to happen.

PRODUCT SPECS

  • Brand Name: Ibrahem Swaid
  • Model Number: IB11
  • Pattern: Goth Art Spiritual 3D Print
  • Original Source: Harot and Marot by Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation
  • Gender: Unisex Adults and Unisex Children Available
  • Item Type: Original Art Full-Color Hoodie
  • Sleeve Style: Regular Length
  • Pattern Type: 3D 
  • Material: Polyester and Cotton Mix
  • Thickness: Standard
  • Style: Casual Stylish
  • Size: Available in Small through 5XL

 

Anime Girl Hoodie - Original Art By Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation! Hoodie Sizing Chart
Anime Girl Hoodie – Original Art By Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation! Hoodie Sizing Chart
SIZING INFORMATION

We have hoodies available in sizes small through 5XL available, and the sizes are China sizes, so please allow a little room for the difference. (Around 1 size up)

SHIPPING INFORMATION

 

We ship out orders on Monday through Friday of any standard week. If your order is placed after 3 PM on Friday, it will be processed and shipped the following business day. Shipping generally takes 3-5 days to get to you after we send you the email confirming your that your item has shipped.

GOTH HOODIE – FINAL THOUGHTS

We hope you like this Goth Hoodie – Original art by Ibahem Swaid! Look for more artwork by Ibrahem here in his category, as we will be adding products periodically, and check out our featured artists page for more amazing artists that we team up with!

See Ibrahem Swaid’s other work.

See all featured artists.

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Goth Hoodie – Original Art By Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation!

This Goth Hoodie is the perfect hoodie for someone who is always looking for something different. It also makes a great gift for any anime fans, art fans, or people who collect full-color hoodies. This is an original art hoodie with artwork by Ibrahem Swaid from Artstation! The design is named Hrott and Marot. It is an all original work of art with the Grim Reaper and Jesus, hanging out doing their own thing as if good and evil just suddenly broke cool and decided that the war was over!

Keep reading to find out more about the history of Goth Art and how it came about, plus more info about the hoodie, plus get shipping information, sizing info, and other product recommendations from Ibrahem Swaid and other featured artists!

 

THE HISTORY OF GOTH ART

Led by the simultaneous usage of Font structure, Goth art extends to all of West Assemblage but conquers mostly art northeastward of the Range. Goth art never completely erases the much definitive styles in Italy, though it originated from the Romans. As a matter of fact, Florentine historiographer Giorgio Vasari, who lived from1511–1574 was notably the first person to ever label architecture that preceded the centuries “Gothic,” when referring to the Nordic tribes that during the sixth century, ran the Roman empire.
Anyway, towards the end of the 14th century, the cosmopolitan ways that were evolving helped to formulate and continued Goth art’s phylogeny until the end of the 15th century. In many places, especially in Germany, Goth art still continued until the 16th century. At that point, it was being embraced by Renascence art. Primary media in Gothic at that point depicted images of work, flowers, discolored containers, frescoes (on the ceilings, like from Roman times) and lighted manuscripts.
The prototypic Typeface learning of art was the monumental forge on the walls of cathedrals and abbeys. Spiritual art, of a typological nature, shows the account of the New Testament and the Old Testament depending on the artist. The lives of saints are also oftentimes represented. Images of the Virgin Madonna are transformed from the iconic Tortuous spatiality to the work of a more hominal and fond parent… Hugging her miss, swaying her hip, and display the manners of an aristocratical room monk.
 
Secular art comes during this stop with the wave of cities, the very foundation of universities, the number of advertisement exchanges, the establishment of a frugality based on money and the beginning of a materialistic age that can be attributed to the arts. This results in a flood of paintings and light manuscripts. The status of the train and growing merchandise of secular vulgar literature encourage the histrionics of secular themes in art. 
 
With the coming of more cities, interchange guilds are perfected and artists are oft required to be members of one of the craft guilds. 
 
Thanks to this, author and statesman artists are identified to us by their rank.
The phrase “Typeface” for art is low misused as a synonym for “primitive”, thus forming a derogatory term. Its critics see this type of gothic art as lowly and too far removed from the aesthetics and proportions of neoclassic art. Resurgence writers anticipate that the intrusion of Roma by Font tribes in 410 triggered the sustain of the definitive humans and all the “values” it encompassed. In the 15th century, individual Romance architects complained that the new “noncivilized” styles constituted a threat analogous to the standard style that was normally promoted.
 
The point “Fount” for this art is prototypal victimized in an owner of the creator Raphael to Catholic Leo X (1518), and then confiscates over and popularized by the Romance artist and illustrator Giorgio Painter, from 1530, when he describes Face art as “a monstrous and barbarous disorder”. Raphael argues that the arching arches of north structure ring the architecture of the individual huts of the inhabitants of the Germanic forests, with whom they share the variant of folding trees.
This myth module resurfaces much afterward and in an author constructive comprehend, in the writings of the Germanic Idiom Laxation. “Face art” was strongly criticized by Nation authors such as Boileau, La Bruyère, Philosopher, before decorous an acknowledged art taxon and that the expression becomes led. All this mixed together, along with modern artists and spiritual freedom… Or said more bluntly spiritual vacancy (LOL)… Goth art has evolved into a freedom of expression that borderlines between cynical, depressed, and scary. The picture in this Goth Art Hoodie strikes us as almost comical/spiritual. We love it!

We haven’t had a chance to ask the artist about the picture directly, because we don’t want to keep him, but this design seems almost humorous. 

 
What do you think?
 
Leave a comment in the comment section below if you have something to add!

PRODUCT INFORMATION

This hoodie is designed with a high-quality mix of polyester and spandex, a mix designed for its light weight and durability. This hoodie is just the right thickness to not be too hot in the warmer months, and keep you warm in the colder months! If you are looking for something to wear that no one else has, this comfortable and stylish hoodie will surely be a conversation waiting to happen.

PRODUCT SPECS

  • Brand Name: Ibrahem Swaid
  • Model Number: IB11
  • Pattern: Goth Art Spiritual 3D Print
  • Original Source: Harot and Marot by Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation
  • Gender: Unisex Adults and Unisex Children Available
  • Item Type: Original Art Full-Color Hoodie
  • Sleeve Style: Regular Length
  • Pattern Type: 3D 
  • Material: Polyester and Cotton Mix
  • Thickness: Standard
  • Style: Casual Stylish
  • Size: Available in Small through 5XL

 

Anime Girl Hoodie - Original Art By Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation! Hoodie Sizing Chart
Anime Girl Hoodie – Original Art By Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation! Hoodie Sizing Chart
SIZING INFORMATION

We have hoodies available in sizes small through 5XL available, and the sizes are China sizes, so please allow a little room for the difference. (Around 1 size up)

SHIPPING INFORMATION

 

We ship out orders on Monday through Friday of any standard week. If your order is placed after 3 PM on Friday, it will be processed and shipped the following business day. Shipping generally takes 3-5 days to get to you after we send you the email confirming your that your item has shipped.

GOTH HOODIE – FINAL THOUGHTS

We hope you like this Goth Hoodie – Original art by Ibahem Swaid! Look for more artwork by Ibrahem here in his category, as we will be adding products periodically, and check out our featured artists page for more amazing artists that we team up with!

See Ibrahem Swaid’s other work.

See all featured artists.

Go back to the homepage

 

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product image
Author Rating
1star1star1star1star1star
Aggregate Rating
3.5 based on 10 votes
Brand Name
Abrahem Swaid
Product Name
Goth Hoodie - Original Art by Ibrahem Swaid on Artstation!
Price
USD 29.99
Product Availability
Available in Stock

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