1st place in Derby #67: Video Games Through Art History, with 2000 votes!We have heard a rumor that the British writing god Salman Rushdie is an expert at a very specific video game. It does make sense when you think about it. All alone, hidden away from society, a few years before the World Wide Web and well before streaming online entertainment, what else would someone do all day by themselves? No, besides that.
So it is to you, Sir Rushdie, that we dedicate today’s shirt. Partly because you survived the controversy. Partly because you’re just so amazingly good. But mostly because you did the hardest thing a man can do in life: master a game without having any hits or cheat codes. For that we salute you, sir. Well done.
This shirt was designed by: a young man who pulled himself up from poverty, using innate skills and a box of crayons to achieve the first step in a dream that he hoped would carry him to a place in the world of fashion. Too bad kdeuce hit that dude with a car and stole his design. Fashion’s a brutal thing. Don’t hate the player.
Wear this shirt: because it got more votes than any other shirt ever in the history of shirts going all the way back to the first time Eve put on fig leaves. And, really, that was a sad, sad day, so it’s good we can start over.
Don’t wear this shirt: if you’re a hedgehog. Self-explanatory.
This shirt tells the world: “Oh, you’re a plumber? How nice. Listen, she’s in another castle right now. But she said to tell you she loves you as a friend.”
We call this color: Peaches and Creme.
Design Placement: Centered
M – 3X: 15.5” x 18.46”
S – WS: 11.62” x 13.84”
Pantone Color(s): 646C – 4975C – 478C – 480C
Please check American Apparel's sizing chart for men or for women before you order. The Woot Tee, constructed by American Apparel, follows their classic closer-fitting style. If you prefer a baggier look, order a larger size. If there is not a larger size, consider starting a belly-hanging-out trend.