BASTILLE DAYS T-SHIRTS

07/07/2010 at 5:28 pm 5 comments

A few months ago, I was hired to submit a crepe-load of sketches to some good-looking folks in charge. Sketches of what? Spain. Just kidding. T-shirts! For what? Spain! Again, kidding. The annual Bastille Days festival here in Milwaukee, WI.

Two of the crepe-load were approved, and starting tomorrow morning, can be purchased at one of the merch booths in Cathedral Square Park. (For American currency.) We don’t know how much they are, but we DO know they’re printed in a VERY limited run.

One of them is standard fare: an Eiffel Tower, and all relevant event info, in white and gray on a black shirt. We’ll try and get a proper photo of that one up for you, since digital versions of reversed out art don’t typically do the reversed-out art justice, in our opinion.

But the second one? Well, it’ll look like one of these three images below:

(We’re not sure which colors they went with yet! The world is full of secrets…)

This is one of our favorite things we’ve done this year. It’s even driven us to write in third person, when clearly, dwellephant is a lone wolf. Like Highlander.

Viva l’affordable souvenirs!

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5 Comments Add your own

  • 1. uwmryan  |  07/07/2010 at 5:36 pm

    awesome! will def be buying one

    Reply
  • 3. jshady  |  07/07/2010 at 6:27 pm

    I WANT ONE! Size: Awesome.

    Reply
  • 5. Ces  |  07/07/2010 at 9:44 pm

    oooo…I like the 1st best. wish i was there.

    Reply

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