I’ve always had a fascination with languages. It’s something that people use to talk to one another and get their messages across; but at the same time, it’s something that humans have made up themselves as well. Not all languages were probably easy to speak, understand, or pass on, because some eventually stopped being used and died out. But they’re not really dead, because they live on with this Dead Languages Tie.
The Dead Languages Tie is a funky maroon tie with a several dead languages printed all over it. It adds a hint of mystery (aside from the usual dose of geekiness) to your overall look. Don the Piano Tie if you want to play some simple tunes on the tie itself or go for the Circuit Board Tie to push the geeky (but adorable) look even further.
Dead Languages Tie
The dead languages tie will spark the interest of any art and history lover. Based on the steps leading up to the Los Angeles Library, this tie is a torso-length take on Jud Fine’s sculpture, “Spine,” which displays ancient languages, hieroglyphics, math, music, braille and all symbols of beauty and historical significance.
The Dead Languages Tie is available from Uncommon Goods for $45.