If I had been asked to design the WW Converse kicks….
I want these soooooo bad.
By Bethany Fong
Australian fashion brand Black Milk Clothing has release their latest collection this morning. Known for their previous catalog of Star Wars swimsuits and Game Boy dresses, Black Milk Clothing utilizes digital printing to create their unique apparel.
[Note: This Tumblr usually doesn’t have so many posts about clothes and accessories, but it’s been a pretty great day for nerd fashion.]
At least one lady I know had better buy these. They are just too damn good.
Good on you Heidi.
Suck it, Michael and Nina!
But he buckled and took the sleeves off! MISTAKE. THE SLEEVES WERE HOT AND MICHAEL AND NINA ARE JUST OLD. THERE I SAID IT.
My friends Shane and Catlan have started a travel-themed t-shirt website, and it’s pretty great. If you are in the market for some seriously weapons-grade travel puns silkscreened onto clothing, then they have got the website for you. I am pretty sure the “Kremlins” shirt is my favorite… it’s elephantastic.
Art Baltazar (my BOY, and the artist responsible for my Tumblr user icon), Cliff Chiang (also my BOY, who drew the heart-rending BRAVE & THE BOLD #33 on sale this Wednesday), Tony Moore, and the amazing Jill Thompson have teamed up with Threadless to create a comic story that will be told on t-shirts. That is ridiculous, and awesome.
Do they make shirts and sweaters with the sleeves already rolled up, to avoid stretching? Because that is the only way I can bear to wear things with long sleeves, and it would really be practical if I could buy sweaters that don’t get ruined when I inevitably do this.
One of tonight’s contestants on the season premiere of Project Runway is the wife of talented comics inker Scott Hanna! TEAM COMICS, EVERYBODY.
I am literally just blogging this because I desperately need new clothes and I might want a pair of these. Carry on.
i would say “roll up your goddamn sleeves to the elbow already!”
It is physically impossible for me to wear button-down dress shirts without doing this. Something about having my arms encased in long shirt sleeves drives me CRAZY. Jackets? No problem. Shirt sleeves? Maddening. I don’t get it.
OMG! Now this weirdly out-of-date season can finally air on a crappy network! HURRAY!
(I’m a little bitter, but I’m sure I’ll watch it anyway. But I gotta say: if the show should’ve moved anywhere, it should’ve moved to NBC proper.)