Battle the BP oil spill with the shirt on your back
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We know there are probably a gazillion charity T-shirt charity designs floating around out there like tar balls eddying on the Gulf waves, but there was something about the earnestness of Michael Tamony’s e-mail asking us to get the word out about Slam. Dance. Velour’s T-shirt design, that we couldn’t, in good conscience, turn him down (especially in light of the snarky comment he supposedly received about it -- which he shares here.)
It depicts a schematic drawing of an oil drilling platform in blue against a black bar code with the word ‘oil’ in all capital letters beneath it, on a charcoal (or is that oil-slick?) gray background.
The label’s wares are usually sold through Urban Outfitters (Tamony tells us they also designed the T-shirt for this year’s Vans Warped Tour), but you can pick up one of these tagless, 4.5-ounce, ring-spun 100% cotton, slim-fitting T-shirts online for $20, with all proceeds earmarked for the New Orleans-based Gulf Restoration Network.
-- Adam Tschorn
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