Awesomeness and anger

Well, it's a damn shame this shirt is sold out.

1. I always wanted to have my own Scissor Sisters-inspired Broadway interpretation of John Lithgow's character in Footloose.

- AND -

2. I can't pretend that American clothing companies make shirts in sizes that actually fit Americans.

Screenprinters of fine handcrafted apparel - STOP MAKING AWESOME CLOTHING EXCLUSIVELY IN SIZES THAT DO NOT COVER MY BIG BOOBS OR FAT ASS.

See this?  This money I am waving in your face.  Hipster-aesthetic be damned, "art" shouldn't exclude me.

2 comments:

  1. That is the thing that I hate most about the crafting movement. All of the awesome t-shirts that everyone prints and wants to charge me $30 for are American Apparel and WILL NOT FIT ME. I don't even mind paying the $30 if it's cute! "Well, we go up to XXL" in AA, that's like a M-L. "Well, we have men's sizes." I am not a dude. Argh. It displeases me.

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  2. i hear that.

    american apparel shirts are not based on the bodies of most americans... furthermore, they are union busters and have sexist advertising.
    our screen printing company prefers to use union made shirts, where we know the workers have rights.

    we work hard to make stuff that is affordable and fits different body sizes. were always up for suggestions too.

    www.productionapparel.etsy.com

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