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To all the die-hard gamers, basement dwellers, vintage game enthusiasts and stuck-in-the-90s kids: this one's for you. We teamed up with Do317 to design this fine piece of nostalgia, a tribute to the first commercial attempt at an interactive, hand-gestured controller for Nintendo. We used a two-color, plastisol based print on a gray Bella Canvas tee for this shirt.
Wait what's a Power Glove again?
Released in 1989, the Power Glove received some of the most hype of any controller (or console for that matter) on the market at the time. Unfortunately, users soon discovered that Nintendo was perhaps a little too ahead of its time. The Power Glove gameplay proved clunky and awkward, eventually leading to a steep downfall of sales. As dramatically as it came, the Power Glove critically failed at it's main function. In its place we have a lasting icon and reminder of what was and what could have been. If you're super into it, check out this documentary trailer on the rise of the Power Glove. Or if you're SUPER super into it, you can click the link below to snag your own Power Glove tee from Do317.
Want to print your own killer design?
Hoosiers wear it with pride: the original United State of Indiana tee in rainbow print. We blended multiple colors of plastisol to create this multicolor design. Printed on a charcoal grey Bella Canvas tee and ready to rep Indy pride.
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We love our city. That's why we're especially proud to print these shirts for our friends over at Do317. Without them, we'd be far less educated on the great events happening downtown everyday. For this design, we chose a soft, heather blue shirt from Bella Canvas. We also added an extra logo to the back fro some extra flair. You can grab your own Do317 tee to rep your city by clicking the button below.
Take a logo and slap it on a shirt -- sometimes that's all it takes. The good people at Formstack had us print some shirts for their employees with the company logo and an extra design on the back (see below). We screen printed these on a vintage heather black tee. Simple yet effective.
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Fountain Square Spaceman
For our inaugural neighborhood tee, we wanted a design as weird as the place we call (work) home. We debuted this four-color, plastisol based print at First Friday in the Murphy Building. We also introduced a one-color black-and-white option for those wanting a little less spacey look. Whatever your preference, Spaceman keeps it weird.
Your Are Beautiful Tee
The signature Indiana cutout design printed on a super-soft, oatmeal Bella Canvas tee.
This design is close to our hearts. We teamed up with the folks over at Department of Public Words and United State of Indiana to create a Hoosier-friendly design with a message that resonates everywhere: You Are Beautiful. The concept is based on the iconic sign on the Murphy Building in Fountain Square, which was created by the Department of Public Words. A portion of each shirt sale will go to supporting their inspiring mission and work in Indianapolis (you can read more about that here). USI has been kind enough to feature our original design on their website. To grab your own You Are Beautiful Indiana tee, click on the image below!