Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Two roads diverged in the hood

First of all, a warm, wide-shanking welcome to Aaron, my oldest brother, for chiming in - we've been waiting too long, but it feels oh so good to have him along for the ride.

Second order of business: we are finalizing a t-shirt design. I have my own in mind (which, to be honest, will be difficult, if not downright impossible, to overturn), but I'm welcoming any suggestions, especially the preposterous ones that are likely the only responses I'll get. My idea so far is to have a gray shirt with "it could be wirsing" in baby blue across the front, with 2032 right below it, printed over a wavy flag. That always looks so nice. On the back, in red lettering across the top, "we aren't the tide of the future. we're the moon." Then, below that, an image of the moon. Tony found a good one a while back.

We can also do several styles to accommodate different tastes. Any other ideas?


Brian Joseph Hurley said...

Does the t-shirt come in a boxer briefs version? Because I know where the moon would go.

Brian Joseph Hurley said...

Or the underwear could say: Assume the position, Karl!* And the asterisk would only be clarified by a supplemental t-shirt.

Karl said...

Where would the moon go? On the side?

But I do love the idea of an entire clothing line: ankle socks, tank-tops, triple-fat-goose jackets, ski caps, scarves, rings, headbands, condoms, you name it. I want this campaign tattooed on every damn thing you can wear.

Shannon Derby said...

Why stop at clothes? Everyone could get "karl" tattooed across the knuckles of one hand and "2032" on the other. Yeah...that'd be so badass.