Rad! And available on a t-shirt just in time from Mission Bicycle!
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Nice, I can eat my $12 mission sandwich while wearing my $24 mission t-shirt in my cool new valencia street condo.
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“LIMITED EDITION TEE”
GET EM WHILE YOU STILL CAN, SEEING AS THE QUANTITY IS LIMITED AND ALL
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Yet another bullshit rip-off of the great John Hersey’s “Dia de los Gigantes” T-shirt.
no way, that style can be traced all the way back to ancient aztec art, it’s been around a while.
Jesus, $24 for a shirt that costs… MAYBE $5, inclusive? One color, one screen, on a crappy American Apparel shirt?
That shirt should cost ten bucks. Hell, even fifteen if you feel like a little extra gougeyness. But $24? That’s just ludicrous.
I can get 100 of these on AA shirts printed for less then $10, delivered. http://www.customink.com/lab?PK=15008&cid=kzt0-000x-s815
Yup. Exactly my point. And you can get them a hell of a lot cheaper than that if you get them printed locally, wholesale. I used to use these guys (when they were still called Clockwork) to print all the cDc stuff:
They’re super awesome. Tell Sergio that Deth Veggie sent you.
I want to buy this so bad!
What a bunch of snarky, cheap, haters. This shirt is great.
The design is great, I don’t disagree. It’s just a rip-off at that price. For the reasons mentioned above.
The blog so nice they named it twice.