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March 27, 2007

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Few people will be inclined to represent a yeti as a fashion statement. If that’s not your particular cup of tea, how about squiring a “Rat Pack” era, smoking “Dirty Bird” about as your new icon of choice? These are two of the mainstays used as representation for the Gama-Go product line.

Gama-Go was started in late 2000 by Greg Long and Chris Edmundson as a out-of-home business to showcase some close friend’s artwork. The line has since burgeoned into a perfect outlet to find clothes that showcase your own unique styling (or even decor).

With arrival of spring and summer around the corner, why not get the gear that will be the plumage to attract the opposite sex. My personal favorite piece of apparel offered by Gama-Go is the “Pack O’Smokes Track Jacket.” This comfortable and high quality piece of merchandise isn’t just for the the avid runner who, after their brisk jog halfway around the track of life wants to show their contempt for the fellow health enthusiasts by saying “That’s right, there’s a pack of smokes in my pocket. What of it?”

And why not carry around your items of cool in one of their messenger bags, showcasing the Dirty Bird, Deathbot, or my weapon of choice, the Yeti (disclaimer: Yeti can not be held responsible for what is carried in bag, but will assure that you mean business when you carry him around). On a special note, I was told to expect a 400 page hardcover book (by Last Gasp Productions) titled “Limited Edition, Art and Design of GAMA-GO,” containing over 6 years (around 600 designs) to be released soon as well.

With a line of great, quality shirts and tees, not to mention amusing other accessories (after all, who wouldn’t want to bring a gun pillow to a pillow fight...better then bringing a knife pillow to a gun pillow fight) Gama-Go is a great place to pick up amusing, stylish gear to fill your house, closet, and overall life with.

Check out Gama-Go...

Comments

Strange you would do a Gama Post without mentioning the great Tim Biskup.... His art is that brand.

Posted by: manuel at March 28, 2007 4:36 PM

I'm actually hoping to get more info on Joe Ledbetter. The art is comprised of the afore mentioned Tim Biskup & Joe Ledbetter, as well as Gary Baseman, Grace Fontaine, Mark Ryden, Seonna Hong, and Glenn Barr.

As per Manuel's enlightening comment, should anyone else which to pursue these artists individually please go to the Gama-Go site (whose link has been prominently displayed at the end of the product review as "Check Out Gama-Go...") for more information.

Posted by: A.J. at March 28, 2007 6:32 PM
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