Posts tagged “t-shirts”

Daily David

A collection of random things on the Internet

Real Products for Fictional Companies

The excellent local blog CurbedLA had an entry recently on artist Mark Bennett’s blueprints of fictional places. He has created very detailed floor-plans of famous pretend places, like the homes of George and Jane Jetson, Rob and Laura Petrie, and June and Ward Cleaver. (There’s a book, too!) I thought these were terrific so I

T-Shirt Hell Rules

Last week Kelly told me to start following Sunshine Megatron — the founder of T-Shirt Hell — on Twitter, so I did. The first tweet I saw from @smegatron was a #followfriday request, so I posted a tweet saying that T-Shirt Hell is cool. (And that’s true. If I didn’t already have a closet full

Gators BCS Championship Gear

Gators BCS Championship Gear

To celebrate the Florida Gators third BCS Championship, I headed to the fantastic site and purchased a 2006 / 2008 hat combo pack and a couple of t-shirts. I guess they still had a bunch of 2006 hats in stock and were trying to get rid of them; you really can’t beat $34.99 for

I really dig the idea of Campus Quilt. I have probably a good two hundred t-shirts from crew and college; and growing up in Daytona Beach was like living in a land of free t-shirts And, hey, they say that “We completely quilt the entire quilt on a commercial quilting machine. It’s quiltarific!

The Bleeding Edge of Music

A perfect t-shirt for the cool kids in the music industry …

GI Joe t-shirts

Rad! Check out this collection of GI Joe t-shirts (and other 80s t-shirts)! How killer is that? link via Lost Pages

Cafepress Store

I added some new items to my store. I am the only one who has ever purchased anything from my store. Heh.

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