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February 27, 2007

{     Imaginary Foundation     }    

I consider myself to be a clothes whore. Seriously, that is probably the most articulate and appropriate way to describe my passion for fashion, and one of the most adored and adorned articles of clothing one can own are t-shirts. I have a ton of and all are special to me because of what they represent, how they feel, and how much they made me think they were definitely for 'me.' That said, let me introduce you to Imaginary Foundation. At Imaginary Foundation their goal is to produce quality artwork not just for your walls but for your body as well. Their slogan says it all: express yourself.

If you’ve ever wanted to live out your philosophy in a high quality, cotton format that can be broadcast on your chest then I’d suggest you go check them out. The prices are a little up there with t-shirts ranging to $30 a pop, but I’d be willing to say that if you’re desperate to add a touch of artistic, philosophic flavor to your wardrobe then you should pick up a shirt or two.

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I was just looking at this site and thier shit is dope...its always tough to find a tshirt line that is doing something innovative but I think you got this one down cold....30$ is steep but man ive seen some for over 80!

Posted by: alex at March 1, 2007 7:31 PM
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