7.23.2014

GLENNZ TEES "DIRECT LINE"

http://store.glennz.com/directline.html
I'm a little bummed that I woke up late this morning (after having a few drinks with dinner last night) and ran out the door for work without donning one of my Batman t shirts. With DC Comics declaring today Batman Day in honor of the Caped Crusader's 75th anniversary, it's the perfect excuse to sport a Batman t shirt (as if there really needs to be a reason). A perfect shirt for the occasion, Glennz Tees's "Direct Line" pulls back the cape to give us a rare glimpse at Commissioner Gordon's updated bat phone. Honestly, I'm surprised that it doesn't include a "Donut" button (I kid, I kid). Visit the Glennz Tees shop to add this shirt to your batcave, err, I mean closet.

7.22.2014

LOCALLY GROWN "LOCAL LOCAL"

https://locallygrownclothing.com/shop/local-local-local-tee-5/
To the unacquainted, Locally Grown's "Local Local" tee appears as a declaration of hometown allegiance whose vibrant colors simultaneously give off a friendly vibe, almost like it was signifying the wearer as a member of an unofficial welcoming committee. The brand itself aims to remind everyone that great things can happen when we source our food and goods from our own communities. There is an attention to quality and an overall adoration that these growers and craftspeople put into their products that truly makes them deserving of a place in our homes and lives. Locally Grown approaches their American made apparel and accessories with the same devotion. You can find the fruits of their labor at various small retailers, farmers markets and co-ops, or in their online shop.

DRESS CODE - JULY 22ND, 2014

Clockwise from top left:
Orcus Brand "Mace" Snapback Cap
Grave Takers "Passage"
Footwork "Tribal Sleeve" Socks
Osiris "NYC83 VLC Patch" Sneakers

7.21.2014

DREW MILLWARD "BEERS, BURGERS AND BLACK SABBATH"

http://drewmillward.com/2012/shop/
I shouldn't have to tell you summer nights are about good times and taking it easy. Drew Millward's "Beers, Burgers and Black Sabbath" breaks down the essential ingredients for a laid back, classic rock sorta evening. Weathered texture treatment and discharge printing gives this shirt a well-worn feel - even before you crown it your new favorite tee. Score one for yourself directly from the artist through his site drewmillward.com.

7.18.2014

8-BIT ZOMBIE SUMMER 2014

http://8bitzombie.bigcartel.com/
8-bit Zombie's Summer 2014 release is jam packed with so much awesomeness, it's enough to leave you speechless. In that spirit, this post is going to be just photos and links to a few of the brand's latest products. Everything is up in the 8-bit Zombie shop right now, but can't actually be purchased until tomorrow, 07/18, at 8am PST / 11am EST. I'll be taking an early lunchbreak to ensure I don't miss out on the "Roadkill" tee and a "8BZ Kids Club" pack.

http://8bitzombie.bigcartel.com/product/thrashor-2
"Thrashor 2" Toy

http://8bitzombie.bigcartel.com/product/roadkill
"Roadkill"

http://8bitzombie.bigcartel.com/product/8bz-kids-club-pack 

http://8bitzombie.bigcartel.com/product/mr-z

http://8bitzombie.bigcartel.com/product/lunchbox

p.s. The buttons pictured at the top of this post aren't available for individual sale - they're fun freebies that will be shipping out with the new orders.

PSYCHROME "BOGEY EATER"

http://shop.psychro.me/bogey-eater-t-shirt/
I have no doubt that wearing Psychrome's playful "Bogey Eater" t shirt is going to earn you plenty of dirty looks from passing soccer moms. I can also assure you that the points and giggles you'll get from kids old enough to read will totally make it worth it. The only thing that could make this shirt any better would be offering it in kids sizes. I wonder how many cool parents would end up getting phone calls from the principal's office?

7.17.2014

DRAPLIN DESIGN CO. "DDC FIRST AID KIT"

http://www.draplin.com/2014/07/now_shipping_ddc_first_aid_kit.html
The past few Christmases, I've consistently received these basic little white first aid kits in my stocking. I'm not sure if my folks forgot that they gave me one the previous year, or they just wanted me to stay safe. It works out though, as I have one in my suitcase for overnight travel and another in my backpack for day hikes. Regardless of how many are floating around my house, Draplin Design Co.'s freshly stocked "DDC First Aid Kit" makes me think it's time for an upgrade. This compact metallic red "first responder" may not save your life, but its contents will stop that paper cut from gushing blood all over your clothes. Pick one up from the Draplin Design Co. merch store for only $9.99 and be prepared for your next adventure