It’s a flyboy. A flyboy is like a Japanese animated version of a Tuskegee airman. Using the goggles, like I do with a lot of things, as a for of iconography to represent a change, a clearer view, power and uplift. The Tuskegee airmen, to me, were fighting in a war where nobody wanted them fighting, and they were allowed to actually travel up. Never lost on anyone on any of their missions. They were amazing. It’s just paying tribute to that, and creating something within a context that we can identify with. All these kids with the goggles are emulating their favorite hero.