screen printing x 2.

I took an amazing screen printing class at Gather Here back in June. Since then, I’ve burned a second screen, using an old drawing of Lionel Richie I once did for a card. Since I went to Bonnaroo Music Festival this summer, and Lionel killed the main stage on Saturday night, I figured it madeContinue reading “screen printing x 2.”

At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing steadily ever since…

Go. Now. Run. And shop at ZenThreads, the greatest of t-shirt creation on the web! Humble blogger fancies herself a t-shirt gal; if it’s not a plain white boys v-neck undershirt, then its a schmancy silkscreened one ususally of esoteric meaning, like one that says W.W.A.S.D? (think: Amy Sedaris!). But I got some pretty excellentContinue reading “At the age of six I wanted to be a cook. At seven I wanted to be Napoleon. And my ambition has been growing steadily ever since…”

Favorite Finds: Reason Number 1,576 to Adore Kitsch Tees.

So as I procrastinate on this “Holiday Dedicated to Observing The Lack of Realization that us Natives lived here first and did exist when Columbus ‘discovered’ the Americas” writing papers for library school, I decided might as well surf the internets in search of tees that will not only declare obscene things about my futureContinue reading “Favorite Finds: Reason Number 1,576 to Adore Kitsch Tees.”

Favorite Finds: 1,002 reasons to adore cheap tees and copycat knitting!

I covet this amazing “See No Evil Owl” tshirt from one of my favorite cheap clothiers, Forever21. The tee, a whopping $10.90, is so delicious, and might you snub your nose at a clothier such as this, but I will say that their cotton is uber-soft and their kitsch designs reasonably priced. I’m sorry, butContinue reading “Favorite Finds: 1,002 reasons to adore cheap tees and copycat knitting!”