Logo designer Bjorn Atldax says he's not just trying for an antiestablishment vibe.The article states that plans are in the works to market the jeans in the U.S. I'm sure there will be a market for them.
``It is an active statement against Christianity,'' Atldax told The Associated Press. ``I'm not a Satanist myself, but I have a great dislike for organized religion.''
The label's makers say it's more of a joke, but Atldax insists his graphic designs have a purpose beyond selling denim: to make young people question Christianity, a ``force of evil'' that he blames for sparking wars throughout history.
Friday, December 30, 2005
Satanic Jeans Update
This is an unusual high-traffic morning for The Christian Mind. It's almost 9:30 AM and already this blog has been visited by 30 people as a result of searches for Bjorn Atldax, the Swedish designer of an anti-Christian logo for Cheap Monday jeans I mentioned briefly two days ago. If it's publicity Atldax wanted, it looks like he got it. There's more about Atldax and his creation in today's Guardian Unlimited (HT: The Pearcey Report). Here's an excerpt: