Sunday, December 26, 2010

Alice In Wonderland Shirt

Alice in Wonderland has always one of my daughter's favorite stories. She got interested in the twisted, dark world of Wonderland when she was 13 and played a pleasantly disturbing 3rd person action game called "American McGee's Alice."

Ten years after the game's release, Tim Burton creates a version of the story for the big screen that gets mixed reviews but certainly thrills most Alice fans and it is around all this that we create our latest t-shirt design, Alice in Wonderland, a pop art typography rendering of Mad Hatter that doesn't disappoint!

The words used are from the opening lines in the movie and make for quite a unique and engaging shirt for every Alice fan out there. Already this shirt has climbed the charts as one of our most successful designs of the year and we are very pleased with the response. I'm very certain that if you too are an Alice fan you will enjoy this very rare t-shirt offering as well. Order yours at

Monday, December 20, 2010

Best Christmas Gift As A Kid

When my brothers and I were kids, we always had pretty great Christmas gifts waiting for us on Christmas morning. Yeah, Santa was usually pretty good to us. We were by no means rich but somehow dreams of a Stretch Armstrong action figure, chemistry sets and slot car race tracks seem to appear magically under the tree. One year in particular was memorable to us three brothers, though. The year we got our very own Atari 5200 Gaming System! Wow, what a Christmas that was! If you aren't familiar with this massive behemoth of a console, check out the video below.

The Atari 5200 was a giant commercial flop, however. I don't know if it was the gargantuan size of the thing or the screwy television and power hook-up, or maybe it was the nutty control pads that sort of looked like space age telephones...something was wrong with the system and Atari took a huge hit for it.

Never mind that though, this game could play all our favorite arcade games like Pac-Man, Joust, Space Invaders and lots more and that meant we didn't have to dig for quarters in the sofa so much. We were happy campers for sure! It was the first game system my family owned and it was the bomb back in the day. If you are feeling nostalgic, you might enjoy these new arcade gamer t-shirts we have at They really bring back the old days of spending days in the arcade!

So tell me...What was your favorite Christmas present as a kid?

Saturday, December 18, 2010

Getting A Head Start On 2011

Being the Christmas geek that I am, the holiday drawing near actually makes me feel a bit melancholy. I wish I could just suspend time so that this season of good cheer could last all year long. But alas the new year approaches and soon after we get to enjoy the sappy and even more commercialized, Valentines Day, oh and then of course we can look forward to tax season...yay.

Before I get myself in too much of a dump, I want to tell you about a new shirt design I came up with and a new direction I'm taking in the new year.

Hound Dog Pop Art Shirt

I am working on a series of art t-shirts. Our friendly hound dog pop art design above being the first of the lot. I have a lot of funny shirts in inventory and they are all very well received but the creative person inside me will not rest on funny shirts alone so I'm going to give into this nagging voice in my head and work on some nice art t-shirts as well.

Merry Christmas! I wish you and yours a very happy and healthy new year.