Barber Pole Onesies
This design is inspired by job and passion of few of my close friends. Hair stylists, hairdressers, barbers, those arent only jobs, but often lifestyles and that's why few of my designs are dedicated to them. This particular one is inspired by classical .barber shop pole sign. Barber's pole was used by barbers since Middle Ages to signify the place or shop where they perform their craft. The red and white pole outside barber shops references a time when barbers were expected to perform medical procedures such as bloodletting and other that involved cutting. Red represented blood and white represented bandages.
Tags: birthday, style, cool, contemporary, stripes
Love to sing acappella harmony tags and bust a chord with a barbershop quartet? Let them know that you came to harmonize until dawn! Great gift for any singer or musical group. Wear to singing rehearsal, choir practice, barber shop or beauty shop group, the international convention, local society meetup or party. Does your dad, uncle or brother love to sing barbershop with the guys? Tag singing those last dramatic musical notes is what a barbershopper lives for!
Tags: musical-notes, barber-shop-quartet, singing, harmony, acapella
When you think of the winter holidays you probably picture a tree or a menorah. In Festivus "there's a pole". Celebrate the new holiday with a Festivus Pole tee that explains the lack of decoration needed to celebrate the holiday.
Tags: i-find-tinsel-distracting, there-s-a-pole, it-requires-no-decoration, airing-of-grievances, christmas