Dude shirts are now being sold by fast fashion giant Zara, a sure sign that the Dude has gone mainstream. He had to be able to do it. For his truth bombs that oppose everything from loud engines to phones that break easily to “x” in espresso, New Yorker Seth Phillips has amassed a cult following of 7.5 million followers.
The good news is that there’s always a new issue to protest over. A cup of warm coffee in the summer or confirming that you’re not a robot. To help you out, we’ve compiled a list of the Dude’s most recent messages. What is it? Let’s say, everything, if you will.
A cardboard sign reading “Stop replying-all to company-wide emails” was held by Seth Philips and Elliot Tabele in New York City’s Soho district in 2019. As soon as Tabele’s follower count skyrocketed, the duo understood their low-key protests were something on all online platforms as people online went crazy over.
A few months ago, Seth explained to Forbes that these signs were inspired by all the problems that youth had had enough of. When it comes down to it, what made Dude With Sign so successful was just how realistic his truth bombs actually were. To date, Seth has acquired over 7.5 million followers thanks to the signs’ worldwide appeal.
The influence of Dude With Sign these days is undeniable. Recently introduced Dude with Sign shirts in isles of street fashion giant Zara made me smile. Two of Dude’s most popular photos were featured on the tees.
For his part Seth has partnered with the World Health Organization on a series of memes to help convey factual information about the coronavirus pandemic. Messages like “Elbow bumps are the new handshake” and “Just chill” were included in the series of photos directed at Instagram users. What’s the point?,Dude’s signs have helped to spread the word.
Source : boredpanda