Do you love CLASSIC MOVIES?
Oh yeah, well PROVE IT with this intertitle from Charlie Chaplin's classic silent picture "The Kid" (1921), starring Jackie Coogan.
Not only do I recommend watching this film, but I HIGHLY recommend buying this shirt so that only TRUE FILM APPRECIATORS will know you on sight.
Don't let a baby down (my baby, who needs braces)--proclaim yourself TRUE BUFF!
Are you in love with the Gyros Girl? I sure am! Until the rotating meat company starts selling Gyros Girl merch properly and truly acknowledging their contribution to the culture of the American meal, please avail yourself of this meager facsimile of the Gyros Girls' unending and ubiquitous allure....
I drew this when I was eight or so, my mom unearthed it in her files when I was 28, gave it to me when I was 30, and I left in a paper towel tube on the kitchen table until my husband threw it away because it was, to the untrained eye, indistinguishable from garbage. Now I am 3 and have traced the only remaining low-res phone pic as faithfully as possible to bring you what is possibly the most genius thing I have ever and will ever create: RATS, WOMEN, AND ACROBATICS.
I only wish I could still draw with nearly the same verve and frankness as I could when I was young.
On non-apparel objects I have tried to center the art to leave room at the top for you to add your own balancing rat women, with a sharpie or embroidery! enjoy!
I drew this for a child who was my pen pal a few years ago, but since it's kinda cute and I still like crab, here it is available for purchase as a print or bag or whatever. If you learned anything from this shirt, you have to buy it! I DON'T MAKE THE RULES
ALSO PROTECT OUR OCEANS
This is the design you've been waiting for! Guaranteed to be your favorite Thanksgiving-themed shirt for many joyous years. If they don't make your size please enjoy a mug. Slither forth and be thankful this Thanksgiving.
Based on me mis-hearing my niece and nephew's felicitations on the phone one year.
I DREAMED THIS SHIRT. Two nights ago I dreamt that I was Ben Carson if he were a sentient streetcar, and later, I dreamt a vision of this shirt. AND NOW MY DREAM IS TRUE.
This will be on sale for 72 hours? And then regular price after that.
GREAT CHRISTMAS GIFT for those who love dream-bees.
I RECOMMEND BUYING THE HOODIE, as that is how I dreamt it.
DON'T DREAM IT. "BEE" IT.
My fourth most horrifying childhood nightmare was of visiting a neon-and-crosshatched demon motel. I tried to stand on the baseboards of the lobby, the way you might climb on the edge of a built-in tub, but kept slipping off. Before long, this little blue bastard bit my arm, and as I woke up, I felt a very vivid pain. Have you ever felt pain in a dream? Is that a thing?
This is an illustration of the look and sense of portent in the dream.
Recommend getting the orange one so the blue guy stands out, but you do you.
Now more than ever! Originally drawn on election night 2016, this cathartic design gives visual form to our collective hypervigilant trauma and rage. By buying this shirt you are enriching me with dollars I will spend on sweet, numbing alcohol and donations to Democrat and Democratic Socialist candidates around the area and, occasionally, country. WHAT ARE YOU MAD ABOUT?