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Anil Aggrawal's Internet Journal of Forensic Medicine and Toxicology

Volume 9, Number 1, January - June 2008

Reviews: Forensic gadgets/toys/other tidbits section

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VERY ATTRACTIVE

quote start...I would recommend this T-shirt highly to all who want to look different. And of course for the lovers of the bizarre, it is absolutely indispensable...quote end


 T-shirt Skull Halloween Style produced by Primal Pictures Ltd.
Primal Pictures Ltd., 4th Floor Tennyson House, 159 Great Portland St, London W1W 5PA. Tel: +44 (0) 20 7637 1010. Fax: +44 (0) 20 7636 7776. Email: customerservice@primalpictures.com.
Web: www.primalpictures.com and www.anatomy.tv. Price: 10.00
Official site: Click here to access
Other products: Click here to access
Available from: customerservice@primalpictures.com

T-shirt Skull Halloween Style produced by Primal Pictures Ltd.
The Editor-in-Chief at his table, with the Halloween T-shirt by Primal (Picture - courtsey Ullas Shetty). Click picture to enlarge. Click here to visit official site of these T-shirts

Primal pictures are primarily known for their excellent educational CDs and DVDs. Most of these are anatomy based and are quite interactive. They are instructive, useful, fun and good value for money.

Not many people know however that Primal also produces a very beautiful T-shirt. They sell the T-shirt with the slogan "Be the envy of your friends and colleagues with this fantastic Primal T-shirt", which might sound quite prosaic to some, but indeed you would be the envy of your friends, as this editor in chief found out to his surprise.

As a professor of Forensic Medicine (and unofficially of anatomy too), I am quite used to working with bones, and when on one fine day, I wore this beautiful T-shirt with a skull drawn over it, immediately many eyes were drawn towards me. Many students asked me where I got this lovely T-shirt from, and one student (Ullas Shetty) even wanted to take my picture in this shirt. Well, I was too happy posing for him in this shirt. I think I looked about 5 years younger in this shirt!

I would recommend this T-shirt highly to all who want to look different. And of course for the lovers of the bizarre, it is absolutely indispensable.

Acknowledgement

I am thankful to my student Ullas Shetty, who took my photographs in this T-shirt with his digital camera.

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