The concept of Revelation 6:1-8 is inspired by todayâ€™s spirit of time in Limburg, The Netherlands. This province is dealing with developments such as the aging of society and the fact that the youth and the educated leave Limburg and move to larger cities for education, work and pleasure. The results are vacant homes, vandalism and empty, lifeless cities. Even the church has lost its followers and its purpose. Churches are turned into modern libraries and other commercial businesses. The things that we could trust in the past are taken away from us. Revelation 6:1-8 sees this as the end of an era, the end of everything that we have come accustomed to.
Revelation 6:1-8 is a portrait of misery and despair. Uncertainty and darkness. It is the resemblance of a sinister world. Acceptance of negativity leads us to a cold and dreary version of todayâ€™s reality. It is the beginning of the end; apocalypse. Revelation 6:1-8 is different from other brands because it combines religious thoughts and todays reality in an unique way. The brand makes people shiver, but always makes them curious to see, hear, smell and taste more.
Revelation 6:1-8 sees the world as an uncertain and dark place where nothing can be trusted. Where nothing is as you expect it to be.
Revelation 6:1-8 has the guts to show different sides within this world of deception; acceptance is the only way to ease the darkness.
The beginning of the apocalypse
The central theme of Revelation 6:1-8 is inspired by the four horsemen of the apocalypse. They are described in Revelation chapter 6, verses 1-8. The four horsemen are symbolic descriptions of different events wich will take place in the end of time.
The central value of Revelation 6:1-8 is dramatic, it does not believe in small gestures. But never trust what we say, do not expect us to be your friend.
Desolate and dreary
The functional value of Revelation 6:1-8 is desolate and dreary. We live in a world that is sad, empty and desolate, without anything to strive for.
Dark and biblical
To express our message Revelation 6:1-8 communicates in a dark way. With a biblical undertone, it projects een god fearing end of time.
Once she had feet she existed on earth but even then her hair covered the future prospective and view of sunlight Now even her feet have disappeared and her only option is hanging like Jesus but without his hope of salvation soon all thereâ€™s left is hair no bones she never had by Edith de Gilde
Tone of voice
Revelation 6:1-8 has a poetic, dark tone of voice, but it never makes things sound better than they are. The brand has itâ€™s own point of view and makes statements which can shock people.
Revelation 6:1-8 has an depressed attitude. Within this dark, sinister world, the brand does not give false hope. Acceptance instead of fear, makes its followers curious and prepared for whatever comes.
The collection of Revelation 6:1-8 always has a dreary and sinister look. Sharp lines and unexpected details. The brand combines dark colours with naturel tones. Fabrics like leather, organza and jersey are used.