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For soldiers suffering from traumatic brain injury and the psychological effects of war, a Department of Defense art therapy program hopes to provide relief:

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Making art can help people unlock dark emotions or memories that they can’t yet vocalize, pulling those buried anxieties from their subconscious and placing them onto a canvass or into a lump of clay, said Donna Betts, a professor in the art therapy program at George Washington University.

Full Story, more mask pictures, and the story behind the masks over at over at NBC.

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Supreme linked up with OG influential pro skateboarder Mark Gonzales for this:

Available in Navy, OD, and Woodland Camouflage (Pictured) for $298 over at Supreme.  Not bad right? WRONG… look what they silk screened on the back of every jacket:

I’m so sick of every marginally person being designated as an artist just because they scribble some lines down on a page.  Wait.. before I put my foot in my mouth… a quick google search to make sure Mark Gonzales isn’t mentally retarded… Nope he’s not Jacket = ruined.

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