As Wednesday creeps closer and closer the excitements has become nearly unbearable! Nonethless, Apple Week here marches on with this shirt from the guys that brought us such T-Shirts as iSteamPhone, Exploded 128 and iSteamMac. This new tee features our favorite iCEO, Steve Jobs, with the moniker I’m With Cocoa plastered below his mug.
Now, this one T-Shirt is a bit more for the hardcore Apple Geek because, unless you’ve been a Mac user for a while or are a programmer, chances are that you’re confused with the Cocoa reference.
Of course, the shirt is a parody of the recent influx of I’m With Coco gear in support of Conan O’Brien. But what does Conan have to do with Apple and Steve Job? Nothing, really. Cocoa here is in reference to Apple’s native object-oriented application program environment for the Mac OS X. It is one of five major APIs available for Mac OS X; the others are Carbon, POSIX (for the BSD environment), X11 and Java. And now you know and knowing is half the battle!
I’m With Cocoa was designed by Dwayne Clare and is available now from the I’m With Cocoa shop for $19 and you can even pick up an 18″ x 24″ poster for $19.
Posted on 25 January '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 1 Comment.
Fuct just released photos of their Spring 2009 line and one tee in particular stood out for me. The Love Awareness 10-Point Program is an amazing tee because of the list of 10 things on the back. They are only preview images and so I can’t make out the entire list, but the ones that I was able to read Â I did agree with. A nice way to make a political statement and the perfect tee to wear to your next political science, philosophy or ethics class.Â
In case you’re not familiar with Fuct, it was started by Erik Brunetti in 1991, a graffiti artist based out of Venice. Many consider Erik to be the father of subversive streetwear, “a style of designing stemming from the Situationist movement – which involves subtly changing,re-appropriating or subverting various pop culture themes and icons,as well as anti-government and anti-religion campaigns. Brunetti took the transformative ideals of the Situationists of the 60′s and applied those aesthetics to the society of today.” Very cool stuff.
Posted on 21 April '09 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 1 Comment.