I may be weird, but I really like graffiti. Is it just me or have the graffiti artists of late been not that great. I see trains go by a lot, but I don't see really pretty or interesting graffiti anymore. Anyway, the 3-D shirt is awesome!
The wrinkles on the shirt coupled with the lack thereof on the blue and white design shows that this is not actually printed on the shirt but something attached to the front. Who wants to walk around with that?
Well if you have not and your wondering what it's referring to, I have good news for you. I can give you a great example. It's referring to some one like yourself that believes any thing they are shown or told.
Even though the shirt has deep creases and shadows (look closely) the image on top of the shirt does not. That's impossible. If you wrinkle a shirt it also wrinkles the image on it.
Now go to Google and look up 3D Teeshirts. Take a look at what is the state of the art finished product today. Doesn't look any thing like the one shown here.
As W.C. Fields said. There's one born every minute. :-)