Someone has a real talent for covering speaker cases
There still are not enough dyes in the world!! Those are some good ones!
they were probably Courtney tie-dyes.........pretty sure he's the one who did them back then.......
i always loved watching those design melt and swirl in the inner sactum
Mike at DyeMasters.net does some beautiful work.
met him in Worcester 4/19/09
True friend and brother..
I bought a couple of shirts back in the about 1990-1991 that I would love to find again.
1) was an official city shirt that was light pastel tie dye and it had a melting ice cream cone steal your face on the front. I think it was a three date city shirt from Chicago but I am not 100% sure of that. I would dearly love to find this shirt again.
2) a shirt that I do not think was official. On the front it had Calvin and Hobbes, winnie the Pooh and Piglet dancing by a stream with the creatures from Sendak's Where the Wild Things Are hanging in the trees and it said "Listen to the river sing sweet songs to rock my soul" and on the back simple text that said "Mama mama many worlds I've come since I first left home"
Both were just my favourites. But alas. I am now older and fatter and am hoping someone can help me locate these in large sizes. (5XL?) if possible.
I remember that ice cream cone stealie shirt. I once owned that one also. It was a sweet one. I feel your pain.
How is the sizes of his shirts?
Running big or small in the size I mean?
Hey, I have kicked myself for years now because I didn't get the World Cup Spain Steal Your Face t-shirt. I did get an extra USA World Cup SYF t-shirt for my birthday (I had already purchased one). If anyone would like to trade a L USA for a M or L Spain, or would have a Spain either new or gently used for sale, please let me know. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This has become something of an obsession with me and I search the thousands of ebay items every couple of months. Please help if you can. DA
Yellow solid or standard classics-smaller towels. China's diver had a tye dye. Yah HOO!