Growing up I was a huge Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fan. Don’ believe me? Read this. So I love the Turtles and I love wearing Mona Lisa tees. I’ve got a few Mona Lisa tees and I feel like THIS T-Shirt from Snorg Tees is a MUST. It’s called Leonardo but I’d like to rename it Teenage Mutant Ninja Mona Lisa. Cowabunga!
In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear an exclusive Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles T-Shirt from Nickelodeon. Last March, Nickelodeon flew me up to Los Angeles for a sneak peak of the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles television series (to be released in 2012). I talk about the event and what I thought of the sneak peek, or the mutation in progress. I hint at reviewing a tee from The N-Spired Story, but the episode goes long and so I end up reviewing The N-Spired Story in episode 85 of Co-Tee TV (check back tomorrow for that).
By the way, this is a little weird but I am playing catch up. You see, I recored a bunch of episodes earlier this year but never posted them. As such, some of the things that I talk about will seem grossly out of date. My apologies. Casualties like this happen when you’re stressing out over finishing a PhD. Needless to say, I will be posting these episodes over the next few days!
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Exclusive Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles T-Shirt by Nickelodeon (designer unknown).Pros: For the most part, I review the event and sneak peek of the new TMNT show in this episode and not really the T-Shirt. However, I have to say that I love the new look of the turtles, which is featured on the T-Shirt. And to my surprise, it wasn’t printed on a cheap Hanes T-Shirt, instead they used an American Apparel blank.
Price: Not available; given to those who attended the sneak peek event at Nickelodeon studios.
[NOTE: I usually have an embedded gallery of photos right around here in the review post, but for some reason, I can't seem to locate the photos that I took for Episodes 83 and 84. Instead of prolonging the wait to get these episodes out, I have decided to go ahead and publish the post minus the gallery. So don't worry, the galleries aren't gone for good, they'll just be missing in Episodes 83 and 84].
In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear Heroes In An Art Shell by Jon Hillier and review Expression of the Moment by Enso Threads, a high end clothing line from New York. Powered by imagination and supported by creativity, Enso Threads takes a unique look at everything. They combine influences from asian culture with our own artistic values and life experiences to produce clean, simple and wearable fashion.
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Expression of the Moment by Enso Threads.Pros: Enso Threads is an interesting and unique brand with a philosophical angle to their designs. T-Shirts are individually packaged in plastic bags inside of the mailer to protect the T-Shirt during shipment. Affordable at just $16. Printed on an American Apparel blank, so you know what to expect when it comes to size and fit. Comes with a screen printed label and is tagless. Custom hang tag for a professional look and feel.Â Cons: Some people might not be a fan of the odd print placement. I was skeptical about it myself but when I received the product I liked how it looked on me. Price: $16.00