Background The No Gods No Masters shirt first appeared in the Spring/Summer 2003 “Scab” collection. In Friedrich Nietzsche’s work, Beyond Good and Evil, the phrase “No Gods, No Masters” was first said by the German philosopher, who spoke out against religion and cried “God is dead!” Though he did not claim that God was actually dead. Rather, the concept that God should exist within our minds given the progress made during the Enlightenment. With the idea of God gone, we should have the confidence to strive an achieve our own set values without the reliance on belief or religion. The “No Gods, No Masters” chant was heard from the 70’s English punk band Amebix and passed down to Jun Takahashi.
Details Washed Black Cotton Distressing on collar, sleeves, and hem "NO GODS NO MASTERS" Screenprinted around the neckline.
Size + Fit Marked size L fits true to size XL 21 inch shoulder width 23 inch chest width 30.5 inch length Condition 9/10