The Temptation of St. Anthony is the name of a fictional minimalist painting in Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s book, Breakfast of Champions. In the book, the painting was:
twenty feet wide and sixteen feet high. The field was Hawaiian Avocado, a green wall paint manufactured by the O'Hare Paint and Varnish Company in Hellertown Pennsylvania. The vertical stripe was day-glo orange reflecting tape.
and is painted by the famous abstract expressionist, Rabo Karabekian. Karabekian has his own reasons for calling such a thing art, and I won't go into them here. Suffice it to say that I think they're good reasons, and I feel they're at least good enough to support by wearing a replica of the painting on your body.
Besides, nobody catches the reference anyway, and it's pretty stylish.
All togther, there's about $15 worth of material put into this project.
I purchased my paint at a fabric/craft store. The brand is less important than the idea that it be fluorescent orange, and not just orange.
The sweatshirt I also purchased at a fabric/craft store. It really doesn't matter what kind of sweatshirt you get, as long as it's dark green and in your size. Also, keep in mind that if you mess up with the paint, you'll never get it out of the fabric.
Once you have all your materials purchased:
If you're careful, your shirt will outlast the smile on the Mona Lisa! I recommend washing and drying the shirt inside out.