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BMCM+AC Bookstore on Instagram: ““I arrived [at BMC] with a suitcase full of 'peasant' blouses and dirndl skirts, as well as an evening gown, run up for me in Guatemalan…”
“I arrived [at BMC] with a suitcase full of 'peasant' blouses and dirndl skirts, as well as an evening gown, run up for me in Guatemalan cotton by a gay man in the Village. The gown was for 'proms,' events I assumed were an essential part of going away to college. I soon realized that my clothes were totally unsuited for life on a mountain, where the costume de rigueur was Levis, a tee-shirt and bare feet.” -Harriet Sohmers Zwerling⁠⠀
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Cheers to a casual weekend from BMC!⁠⠀
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Photo: Charlie Boyce, Charlotte Robinson and Nancy Miller, Fall 1948. Courtesy of the Western Regional Archives/State Archives of Western North Carolina.⁠
blackmountaincollege  bmc  clothing  clothes  harrietsohmerszwerling  howwlearn  levis  tees  t-shirts  uniform 
5 weeks ago by robertogreco
Philadelphia Printworks
"Philadelphia Printworks was founded in 2010. We started the company because we love DIY culture, we wanted to learn how to screen print and we wanted to make a positive impact on our community. Over the years our vision and strategy has developed. But, our overall goal has stayed the same: to encourage a culture of activism and inclusion. "
gifts  tee  t-shirts  clothing  activism  blackpride  inclusion  inclusivity  philadelphia 
november 2016 by robertogreco
Cotton Bureau
"Your online community for high-quality, curated graphic design tees, hoodies, and more. | Cotton Bureau: hand-picked tees, tanks, hoodies, and more the best graphic designers alive. Submit yours today."
clothing  t-shirts  tshirts  design  clothes 
december 2015 by robertogreco
BELLACANVAS.COM | BELLA + CANVAS
"Every day, since 1992, we’ve lived by the words BE DIFFERENT. Founders Danny Harris and Marco DeGeorge push BELLA + CANVAS and the team in Los Angeles to challenge the status quo in every way.

Sustainability. No sweatshops. Solar power. Designed and made in L.A. Paper-free warehouse. Yoga classes. Electric car chargers. Laughing. A lot.

BELLA + CANVAS lives to make the best fashion-forward knit tees and fleece in men's, unisex, women’s, youth and baby sizes. 140 styles and 132 colors from the best basics to what’s new and on-trend. Great fits and super-soft fabrics like triblend, flowy, and marble—and introducing NEW acid wash, slub, speckled and mineral wash fabrications for 2015. BELLA + CANVAS is one of the only companies to use 100% combed and ring-spun cotton and fine-gage threads for the softest wear and smoother, flatter high-def printing. It isn’t the cheapest way to make a tee, but it’s the best."

[via: https://cottonbureau.com/products/space-age ]
tshirts  clothing  screenprinting  lcproject  materials  glvo  openstudioproject  t-shirts 
january 2015 by robertogreco
Algorithmic Rape Jokes in the Library of Babel | Quiet Babylon
"Jorge Luis Borges’ Library of Babel twisted through the logic of SEO and commerce."

"Part of what tips the algorithmic rape joke t-shirts over from very offensive to shockingly offensive is that they are ostensibly physical products. Intuitions are not yet tuned for spambot clothes sellers."

"Amazon isn’t a store, not really. Not in any sense that we can regularly think about stores. It’s a strange pulsing network of potential goods, global supply chains, and alien associative algorithms with the skin of a store stretched over it, so we don’t lose our minds."
algorithms  amazon  culture  internet  borges  timmaly  2013  jamesbridle  apologies  non-apologies  brianeno  generative  crapjects  georginavoss  rape  peteashton  software  taste  poortaste  deniability  secondlife  solidgoldbomb  t-shirts  keepcalmand  spam  objects  objectspam  quinnnorton  masscustomization  rapidprototyping  shapersubcultures  scale  libraryofbabel  thelibraryofbabel  tshirts 
march 2013 by robertogreco
The T-Shirts of Comic-Con, 2011 | KPBS.org
"A photo collection of some of the best, funniest, strangest t-shirts at Comic-Con International."
angelacorone  t-shirts  comic-con  humor  2011  tshirts 
july 2011 by robertogreco
¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡¡TURISTA LIBRE!!!!!!!!!!!!! ¡¡¡PUTTING THE WANNA IN TIJUANA!!!: Zona Narte
"a ticket from the city's blue and white public buses (if the serial number adds up to 21, kids trade them for a kiss) ... Zona Norte has no doubt tirelessly played role of the shameless hedonism dealer in Tijuana's short 120 years, feeding both Americans and new arrivals from southern Mexico and Central America as many vices as their libidos can stomach. But Zona Norte natives who see beyond the fallen Paradise Island facade know that in between these situations life is not always as dismal as a First World standard would lead one to believe.

It's home to everyday life, too: restaurants, corner stores, open-air markets, popsicle carts, cathedrals, cemeteries, baseball diamonds, schools, families, nostalgia. It's urban survival at its most dogged and intense (albeit tattered and often tired), a juxtaposition of bizarre, abnormal smut and the ins and outs of the everyday human experience that is quintessentially Tijuana."
tijuana  mexico  cities  migration  immigration  borders  community  experience  sandiego  zonanorte  tshirts  t-shirts 
april 2010 by robertogreco
Clive Thompson on How T-Shirts Keep Online Content Free
"Burns is not alone. Increasingly, creative types are harnessing what I've begun to call "the T-shirt economy"—paying for bits by selling atoms. Charging for content online is hard, often impossible. Even 10 cents for a download of something like Red vs. Blue might drive away the fans. So instead of fighting this dynamic, today's smart artists are simply adapting to it. Their algorithm is simple: First, don't limit your audience by insisting they pay to see your work. Instead, let your content roam freely online, so it generates as large an audience as possible. Then cash in on your fans' desire to sport merchandise that declares their allegiance to you."
clivethompson  copyright  media  business  culture  longtail  t-shirts  tshirts  fandom  diy  fashion  clothing  cafepress  businessmodels  economics 
december 2008 by robertogreco
The Tshirt and Tee Search Engine - PleaseDressMe
"PleaseDressMe is a classic example of scratching ones own itch. AJ, Gary, and Joe love finding great new tees, but finding said tees wasn't the easiest thing in the world. Rather than sifting through multiple websites we figured why not just go to one website that makes searching t-shirts easy? Once we came to that conclusion, Joe went right to coding and after a few calculated keystrokes we brought in Chris to make it pretty. The result is the simple, concise tshirt search engine you see before you."
tshirts  search  t-shirts  clothing 
september 2008 by robertogreco
Teach the Controversy - Intelligently designed t-shirts urging you to show both sides of every story
"'Big Science' is always suppressing The Truth with their blatant pro-evolution anti-wacko agenda...time to fight back and urge schools to Teach The Controversy with these intelligently designed t-shirts."
science  clothing  humor  tshirts  pseudoscience  evolution  via:chrisod  t-shirts 
june 2008 by robertogreco
MAKE: Blog: Make T-Shirt Stencils from Freezer Paper
"a great tutorial on how to make stencils for t-shirts from freezer paper"
make  diy  design  clothing  t-shirts  graphics  tshirts 
april 2006 by robertogreco
T-shirt printing with stencils - Tutorials - Stencil Revolution
"This tutorial deals with printing up low cost t-shirts with your existing stencils using paint. There are many ways to print stencils up on shirts, silk screens etc, but this is the cheapest and easiest and only way that we have explored so far."
art  clothing  crafts  make  diy  howto  tutorials  t-shirts  printing  tshirts 
april 2006 by robertogreco
Threadless T-Shirts - Designer Clothing Submissions - Tees, Tshirts and T shirts!
"Threadless is an ongoing tee shirt design competition. Browse, submit and score designs to help us decide what to print!"
t-shirts  clothing  design  gifts  graphics  tshirts 
september 2005 by robertogreco

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