Wednesday, May 19, 2010

A T-shirt' (or T shirt) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves. T-shirts can be decorated with text and/or pictures, and are sometimes used to advertise (see human billboard).

Right I'm in bed sick today but I'm not letting that stop my projects. Here for your enjoyment are some T-shirts that I'm in the process of beta-testing. The "Meat Raffle" shirts are currently available in L for men and S for women. They also come in white. I haven't settled on a price yet but if you want one give me a shout. I made the letters myself from meat I bought from the mad butcher. I wish I'd taken pictures of the process because it was pretty entertaining. My friend Meek took the final photograph.

Now the other shirts are works in progress basically they're things that I've seen while bombing around in the mighty Kingswood and I thought would look great on a T-shirt. They're something of a road trip around the North Island.

The first one is from a sign that you might've spotted outside of Taupo. It always makes me laugh. Exactly what is an Animal and Fun Park? And what - pray tell - goes on there. I'm too scared to find out

The Highway Baptist outside of Otaki always conjures up interesting images. I'm told however that the Highway Baptist is a very nice men. Somehow it sounds a bit scary. Good name for a movie.

From the famous pie-cart in Tokaroa. The simplicity of the sign gets me every time. "MEALS"

The Taumarunui (on the main trunk line) Racing Pigeon Club. Taken straight from their signage. For the record there are an usually high number of Holden Kingswood owners in Taumarunui. In fact last time I stopped the guy at the gas station asked me if I was there for the parade. Sadly I'd missed it.

And finally for all you "Friends of the Wood" this is one just for you show you can show your allegiance to the black beast of Kingsland.

Go well. Go shell.


1 comment:

  1. I'm partial to the big sign that says CAPE FOULWIND down south.