A minor adjustment to the T-shirt philosophy

TWJ seems to be getting a few hits from people looking at the original t-shirts post, which had a picture of a t-shirt with a strange yet striking image of butterflies twisting out of a Technics record player. The T-shirt was made by Eieio, whose website, according to the label on the shirt is http://www.eieioclothing.comContinue reading “A minor adjustment to the T-shirt philosophy”

“Dude, I serve society by rocking”

Threadless sent me an update e-mail last week, and they’ve restocked some very neat designs, including the one below “(M)P3”. If you’ve not seen Threadless before, it’s definitely worth checking out – essentially, it’s a community-based t-shirt place. Anyone can upload a design, Threadless users vote on it, and the best ones get printed. There’sContinue reading ““Dude, I serve society by rocking””

Geek Chic

The site name (Gameskins) might sound macabre, but they’ve got some good computer and videogame themed t-shirts. Couldn’t resist the one below, since it does a very nice job with the iconic (well at least to me) NES D-pad. Who needs 16 bit? Link. original

If you click a tree in the forest…

…and no-one’s around, does it still grow? Give it a go with NEC’s art-cum-sponsorship-cum-corporate-responsibility project Ecotonoha. Adding leaves to the virtual tree makes them plant more real trees. Lovely graphics, and since the leaves are little messages, the whole tree is actually a patchwork of words, wishes and SMS shouts: Link. [via Josh Rubin] Pic:Continue reading “If you click a tree in the forest…”

Here, There and Everywhere

“FALLOW: The German cartographer, Mercator, originally designed this map in 1569 as a navigational tool for European sailors.HUKE: The map enlarges areas at the poles to create straight lines of constant bearing or geographic direction.CYNTHIA SAYLES: So, it makes it easier to cross an ocean.FALLOW: But… C.J.: Yes? FALLOW: It distorts the relative size ofContinue reading “Here, There and Everywhere”