Frank & Jan Does George Carlin’s Seven Words

Frank & Jan asks, “In this day and age, are George Carlin’s seven words really that offensive anymore?”

Nah, not really.

Unless of course you’re one of those super conservative people. Or, one of those with “morals.” And to that I’d have to, LOL. Laugh. Out. Loud. And then I’d repeat the Seven Words in your face.

This limited run of Seven Words (aka the Shit Piss Fuck Cunt Cock Sucker Mother Fucker & Tits T-Shirt) is available now from Frank & Jan. Email info [at] frankandjan.com if you’re interested. Or you could pick it up from Underground HipHop for $23.97.

Since you’re here, check out these photos from Frank & Jan’s recent booth at The Agenda Show that I copped from the Frank & Jan Facebook page (LIKE them up).

Frank & Jan 2011 Collection

Our friends over at Frank & Jan sent over a link to a video lookbook that they created to show off their 2011 line of tees. The video definitely is making me miss summer already. They’ve got a collection of 5 different tees featuring the distinct Frank & Jan style – heavy on the black & white while infused with some vintage pop goodness. The Frank & Jan 2011 collection is available now at their online shop. Each T-Shirt is priced at $24 a piece.

Nothing Better Than Young Lovers

There’s nothing better than young lovers. Then again, young lovers turned old lovers over time is pretty awesome as well. Having said that, both of these T-Shirts from Young Lovers are made with the finest premium ultra-soft combed ringspun 100% cotton. Even better, only 100 of each T-Shirt design from Young Lovers is ever made so each shirt is a limited print.

Two particular Young Lovers T-Shirts caught my eye, Dylan X Beethoven and Anonymous Mona. First, what a fucking brilliant move to mash-up two of the greatest musicians of all time into one epic silhouette. Second, I’m not sure what’s more haunting, Mona Lisa with her ambiguous face or Mona Lisa without her ambiguous face.

Both T-Shirts are available now from Young Lovers for $48.

Conor Oberst Does Moab

I’ve been really digging the new self-titled solo album by Bright Eyes frontman, Conor Oberst. I have to say that the album is very Bob Dylan like, very introspective and very soothing. The album was released in early August but I’ve only recently started playing it (over and over). If you’re into the singer/songwriter/acoustic genre then there’s no reason why you shouldn’t like Conor Oberst. Here’s a video of him performing on the Late Late Show.

I used up your compassion 
So I’ve come to make a trade
You can hate me but just love me in return
And if I know where to find you
I’ll stay out of your way
I won’t come beg to borrow all the happiness you earned

I’ll just slide back down to the bottom
While you make your place in the hills

There’s nothing that the road cannot heal
There’s nothing that the road cannot heal
Washed under the blacktop
Gone beneath my wheels
There’s nothing that the road cannot heal

They say the sun won’t burn forever
but that’s a science too exact
I can prove it -
Watch, we’re crossing the state line
See those headlights coming towards us?
That’s someone going back
To a town they said they’d never,yeah -
They swore it on their lives

But you can’t break out of a circle
That you never knew you were in

There’s nothing that the road cannot heal
There’s nothing that the road cannot heal
Washed under the blacktop
Gone beneath my wheels
There’s nothing that the road cannot heal

Some would spend their precious time
trying to decorate their lives
Taking measurements for some new look they want

So from one to ten – ten’s exactly what I am
Zero being everything I’m not

Tell me what you like
Is it less than five?
Is it less than five?

There’s nothing that the road cannot heal
There’s nothing that the road cannot heal
When I make it to Moab
I’ll get my canteen filled
There’s nothing that the road cannot heal
Washed under the blacktop
Gone beneath my wheels
There’s nothing that the road cannot heal