The T-Shirt is the Medium

Everywhere I go I see T-Shirts, some tasteful, some less.
Today the New York Times features Free City Supershop in 800 Very Unsquare Feet. They sell bicycles with character and T-Shirts that speak to you.
At least they have a personality, not another bland store.
Many creative people now use T Shirts as their Canvas.
Will we start collecting them?

French based 'La Fraise'  is a T Shirt success story, both creatively and commercially. Right now, their home page sports a 'I have a Dream' design.
I mentioned Guy Trebay's Opus on Limited Edition T Shirts in July 2005.

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