This neat T-Shirt available from Degree and by 100copies will likely appeal to the bike enthusiasts amongst you. 100copies is a collection of art prints that not only feature, but is also driven by, the passion for cycling. As with cycling, speed is of the essence, so each piece of work is limited to 100 copies only. Only 17 “copies” remain in small and only 8 remain in medium. Cop these now if you want them.
It’s really awesome whenever I stumble across a great shirt and I have no clue what it’s about. Seriously, when I saw WTWTR by Evolved Athletic Brand, I thought to myself, “wow, funky design.” Then I noticed the name of the T-Shirt, which was WTWR. I had no clue what WTWTR stood for and so I investigated and checked out the product page for more details. Now usually in the product pages you’ll find a short description of the T-Shirt. There was nothing there. Nada. I was left with a funky design and I had no clue what it was about.
And so I checked out Google. And even the almighty Google had no clue what WTWTR stood for.
Needless to say, I present to you: WTWTR. I have no clue what WTWTR is or stands for but that shouldn’t stop you from enjoying a design that features what seems to be a jester wearing pajamas with seemingly nasty feet riding on top of what looks like a water bufallo sporting a pair of wayfarers all while riding an undersized bicycle. Enjoy.
[UPDATE: I figure out what WTWTR stands for. I think. See below.]
So upon closer inspection of the Google search results, I saw the words Where The Wild Things Ride. I’m guessing that this is indeed what WTWTR stands for. Could it be in reference to Where The Wild Things Ride (see trailer belowO, an independent film by Colin Droster? What do you guys think?