Sunday, June 19, 2011
Soft and worn in... a wonderful feeling. Jeff's favorite T is an $8 vintage Westy. The T loves his contours as much as his contours love it! It's been around for over a decade. He bought it in Seattle at a (now closed) cool vintage store called Heller's Cafe. Jeff who always wears a smile loves wearing his Westy T. The image is of a man bowling and he seems truly happy which is why he's saying at Westy's "Where I'm #1." Pure simple happiness * in a tomato red super soft T. I wonder if Westy's ever existed...
Posted by robin weiss at 8:16 PM
Thursday, June 16, 2011
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
Friday, June 3, 2011
Made in the USA! Did you have your doubts? President Obama is cashing in on the much discussed birth certificate situation. A donation of $25 or more to the 2012 president re-election campaign YOU can wear a real copy of Obama's birth certificate right on your person! Did I mention the T-Shirt is made in the USA. Just wanted to make sure... The reasoning behind this sure to be controversial Tee... Julia Smoot: deputy campaign manager explains "Last year The President said, 'I can't spend all of my time with my birth certificate plastered on my forehead.' This is about close as we can get." On a simple white cotton T.
Posted by robin weiss at 5:58 PM
Thursday, June 2, 2011
CZLOWIEK (Human Being) is a photo based T-Shirt project by the Berlin photographer Robert Klebenow. Robert wanted to experience his photography in a different medium. He set out in his backyard thru Eastern Europe to shoot street portraits which in turn became the inspiration for this project. But let's get down to brass tactics here! It's cool idea. Simple straightforward portraits of cute boys but isn't it all about the actual Tee itself? I say YES! This one looks like it can hang on the racks at joints like Colette or Dover Street Market. Handmade, a bit of deconstruction and they are UNISEX. Each image is numbered and offered in limited production. The price is not too bad either... a mere 80 euros. I hear they are going quick so look up Robert online or if you are in Berlin go to the source!
Posted by robin weiss at 10:51 AM