The Crankflip Tee

As I mentioned before I’m now a unicyclist of sorts and, as I should post about soon, I also have a fetish for unique, swanky tshirts- the combination of which brought me to, over the past month or so, immerse myself in the world of professional printing. The result of which I present to you now:

Unicycle Tshirt Picture

I’m calling it my Crankflip Tee, and it’s been my first hands-on experience with custom tees – how exciting!

Getting more to the point, now that I’ve completed the design I’m getting ready to get it professionally screen printed in a week or two. Since I’ve already had a few inquiries on the shirts from inside and outside the unicyclist community I’ve set up a page for ordering them here.

Over the next few weeks I hope to get much wiser to the ways of low-volume, custom printing. If the experience proves itself to be worthwhile you can expect to see a few more designs to make their way onto quality, sweatshop-free cotton in the not too distant future.

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A la Bart

By way of Laughing Squid I found a groovy Simpson’s avator creator (part of the Simpson’s movie promo site). Who knew that an appropriately themed paper doll could be so fun!

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Looks like I’m all ready for my guest appearance. Now to work on that getting famous part…

Brisk Green Ice Tea

Lipton Green Ice Tea can This is a posting about me and my taste for “interesting” soft drinks. In addition to the usual suspects (like Jones sodas and Bawls) I also have a fondness for the fly-by-night varieties from major producers as well.

In the past I’ve hoarded dnL and on the off-occasion I eat at a Taco Bell I’m sure to get Baja-Blast from the fountain. Most recently I stumbled on Lipton’s Apple Flavored Green Tea at WWDC last month.

It tastes a lot like I would guess sour apple Jolly Ranchers in liquid form would taste like (and fructose levels commensurate with that). MMmm, give it a try – it’s some good stuff.