I'm pretty specific when it comes to prints, though. I tend to go for simple, verbage-centric designs, with the less colors the better. I also avoid anything that is over the top or remotely tough guy looking (i.e. Affliction) like the plague. Which is funny, because I design and manufacture these sorts of tee's for clients all the time.
The truth is I probably have not worn a t-shirt that I've made since the mid nineties, and it was probably either a Radiohead or Oasis t-shirt (Note to EMZ: This is when I liked music).
Anyway, here are 4 of my current favorites.
By the way, it's good that I ride a Bianchi, because if I didn't I might not be able to wear this shirt. I have rules. It's complicated.
They don't actually know it yet, but they will be sponsoring me next year when I do Ironman Hawaii 70.3.
The downside is that Runner's High is not a Newton dealer, which complicates things somewhat. But I give them my business when I can.
I met Shepard when he was an art student in Providence. He would come up to Boston to skate and go to shows. Somewhere I have a hand made silk screen of Andre The Giant on a piece of really hideous looking wallpaper. I wonder if it's worth anything?