The fine people over at Arteefact has turned a line from one of my favorite movies, Fight Club, into a great type tee. If you haven’t seen Fight Club, and I am serious about this, you must sit yourself down and watch it. Especially if you want to glance at a big cock for a split second. Seriously, a big cock flashes across the screen towards the end. A single frame of unadultered cock. How the heck did I digress into talking about cock? Anyway, here’s are a few lines from the movie to give you some context for the T-Shirt.
Tyler Durden: Fuck damnation, man! Fuck redemption! We are God’s unwanted children? So be it! Narrator: OK. Give me some water! Tyler Durden: Listen, you can run water over your hand and make it worse or…look at me… or you can use vinegar and neutralize the burn. Narrator: Please let me have it… *Please*! Tyler Durden: First you have to give up, first you have to *know*… not fear… *know*… that someday you’re gonna die.
Death is inevitable. Death is a bummer. And that is why everyone should live to the fullest!
In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear Night Knight by Chad Lenjer Â and review Arachnophobia by Zombie Liquorice, an independent clothing brand dedicated to bringing you the goriest and most terrifyingly horrific T-Shirt designs.
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Arachnophobia by Zombie Liquorice.Pros: Only 50 of these bad boys were printed and are therefore very limited, so if you want Arachnophobia you better buy it now. The T-Shirt is tagless and features a screen printed neck label instead. Zombie Liquorice went with a distressed acid washed American Apparel tee as the blank, very original and uncommon choice of a T-Shirt. Beautifully illustrated single color print. The ink on this T-Shirt is super soft, it blends in well with the fabric.Â Cons: Like I mentioned earlier, the print run for this design was very limited – size XXL is already sold out and other sizes are going quickly. This style of AA T-Shirt tends to be a bit more form fitting then the regular AA T-Shirts, and they are a bit longer in length as well. Price: $20 but you can save 11% by using the coupon code â€œCOTYGONZâ€ at checkout!
Win “A Murder” from Zombie Liquirice!
Zombie Liquorice and Co-Tee TV is giving away one T-Shirt ($20 value) to one lucky (and size Large wearing) Co-Tee TV viewer. Yes, I only have one size to giveaway, a Menâ€™s Large, so enter if you wear a large, know someone who wears a large or perhaps want to have cool artwork to hang on your wall.
All you need to do is either:
1. Leave a comment in THIS blog post telling me whether you prefer Zombies, Vampires or Werewolves. Which is your favorite?
2. Leave a comment on the Co-Tee TV Facebook Fan Page telling me whether you prefer Zombies, Vampires or Werewolves. Which is you favorite?
By the way, if you do both of the options above then you double your chances at winning!
The contest ends onÂ Wednesday, June 9, 2010 at 11:59 pm Hawaii Time. I will randomly select one (1) winner to receive the A Murder (menâ€™s large) Shirt. Good luck!
If you’re a regular reader of this blog then by now you must be familiar with Alex Dakoulas and his brand, Dance Party Massacre. I’ve featured DPM in the past for bothÂ Indie Tee Spotlight #9 and Co-Tee TV Episode #11. Basically, I love Dance Party Massacre! And so I was happy to hear that DPM had recently released 3 new tees and 2 new colorways of DPM classics.
Both Fear Nothing and Fresh 2 Death both represent the DPM look that we know and love. The other new tee, All Work and No Play (white) is a bit of a departure from the typical DPM style and I like it! What better way to get up close and personal with mere strangers then having them read tiny text on your t-shirt. The new Dance Party Massacre gear is available now for purchase and range in price from $21.95 to $27.95. And in case you’re looking to accesorize, they’ve got some new bandanasÂ and a fancy Steel Necklace for sale.Â