This week’s T-Shirt Of The Week is this outdoorsy graphic tee from Selector, now available on black. I didn’t think it would work well on black, an enthusiastic customer really pushed for it, and it ended up looking really great. Teamwork.
‘Our minds can be hijacked’: the tech insiders who fear a smartphone dystopia is a slightly terrifying article from The Guardian, albeit with a marginally exaggerated headline, all about the way all our nifty smartphone apps and social media platforms are designed and gamed to maximize engagement. It might sound innocuous, but the end result is that some people check their phones 2617 times a day, and struggle with symptoms which sound a lot like ADHD. Since I work in social media to some extent, this issue is one I think about quite frequently. I find myself increasingly thinking I need more time away from the phone too.
For this week’s episode of T-Shirt Of The Week, here’s a new tee from my Selector brand.
Somehow, I almost missed this release, which is odd to me, because I’m a fan of artist Kevin Lyons‘ work, and of Star Wars, and I’m also a fan of Uniqlo. My buddy was wearing this t-shirt yesterday and otherwise I would have missed this drop entirely. This is one of several graphic tees by Kevin, and they are part of a larger Star Wars Artist Collection, including designs by James Jarvis and Geoff McFettridge.
Purgatory is one of my favorite local pizza spots on the East side of Los Angeles. They do by-the-slice, which is awesome, the quality is always on point, and the staff are super nice too. Each time I go in, I notice they have some pretty cool tees available. This is one of several winners – check out their online store.
The good people at East Los Musubi food pop-up have teamed up with the Los Angeles lettering legend Chaz Bojorquez for this latest logo of theirs, and it doesn’t disappoint. Available in their online store.