Back in the day I used to be all about the mixed tape. I’d have so much fun making my own mixes by recording music off the radio. And then the CD burner was invented and I never looked back. The mp3 has pretty much caused the extinction of the mixed tape (for me at least), although I still consider the iTunes playlist the modern day equivalent of the mixed tape, albeit with less soul. How many of you made your own mixed tapes?
Cassettes comes to us courtesy of Upper Playground and was designed by artist Denis Kennedy. The shirt is available now for $24 in a variety of sizes.
Posted on 2 January '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. No Comments.
Here’s a great tee designed by Brooklyn based brand, Faux Sure. If you’re an old school gamer then this tee will bring twinkles to your eyes! My old school gamingness only goes back to the NES. I am remember how skilled I was in the art of blowing into the cartridge. Though, I am sure that for many of you gaming started before the NES. Atari anyone? I think I’m going to dust off my old Game Boy and play me some Super Mario.Â
Here are two others tees from Faux Sure, in the same style as Classic Video Games. I really dig this style! All of the tees are printed on American Apparel and are available at Faux Sure’s Etsy Store for $21.50. Even better, you get a free tote bag with every order of $40 or more, which means that if you’re planing to pick up two tees then you get a free Faux Sure tote!Â
Posted on 13 February '09 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 2 Comments.