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April 02, 2006

Big Monsieur T update!!!

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Monsieur T.™, an independent t-shirt company from Portland, Oregon, announces the launch of their new website featuring their Spring/Summer 2006 collection. This is their most impressive and expansive line to date, featuring bold graphics by a handful of talented artists from all over the world.



This season, “Le French Survival Kit” has been replaced by “The White Trash Survival Kit”, a design humorously showcasing stereotypical white trash items – a mullet, wife beater, trailer, and fanny pack (to name a few). In “Flying High”, Bwana Spoons’ new character and first toy, Steven the Bat, flies over the shoulder of the shirt from snow-peaked mountains to greet the viewer and the wearer at the front. Martin Ontiveros joins the lineup with a striking “Plumed Serpent” reminiscent of the ancient Aztec god Quetzalcoatl, in gold on black for men and purple on cream for ladies. Tomontherock, Matt Lyon, Ryan Berkley, Beau Berkley, and LZ Perez also contribute striking designs ranging from a halftone photo montage to a broken robot being tagged by breakdancers.

A good range of nice new designs and a very nice new website should be enough motivation to check out Monsieur T now.


Enjoy,

David

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