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It’s time to unveil this year’s T shirt design, and oh how we love it so. Created by our very own Elizabeth Knopf, the design features South Park animals doing South Park things. Observe:
There’s the goose working on her game for South Park Putts Out · the pit bull chomping on a chew toy from a South Park tire shop · the champion chicken Luchedore · the raccoon after a day of constructing the South Park bridge (or deconstructing your garbage can) · the Yo Quiero TacoTruck chihuahua · and the salmon excited for fishing season.
The whole idea came from a night at Loretta’s, a LiquorDoodle night where South Park Artists socialize and create with the help of adult beverages. Elizabeth took all the crazy ideas and made them come to life in her sketch pad. The best part, of course, is you can own this design too. Want to see the design on actual clothing? on actual human beings? Check out these hotties:
The design will be available as a print and a greeting card at Elizabeth’s booth too. Don’t miss the sale and miss out on a chance to own one of these gems. If you can’t make the sale, contact email@example.com and we’ll talk sizes, colors, availability. See you Saturday!
Check ‘em out. This is seriously the last time we print Christopher Gay’s amazing bridge design. I know we’ve said that before. But seriously. We really mean it this time. This version is on a super seksy mossy green tee with 2013 – ? for the bridge date. See?
Sizes M to 2XL. There aren’t many. Contact your local SPArts representative or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We’re reissuing our South Park Bridge tshirts in new colors this year, in honor of the passing of our beloved bridge. In addition to the standard tees, we’ll have aprons, hoodies, baby tees, and a special South Park Arts bandana! Check them all out after the jump.
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Christopher Gay has a fantastic design for this year’s South Park t-shirt and tote bag, which will be available at the fifth annual Art Under $100 (December 5, 2009 from 4-10pm at the Old Firehouse). There will be a variety of colors and sizes of t-shirts, so you will be able to find one for every one of your holiday gift-recipients (young and old). The t-shirts and onesies will be $15 and the tote bags will be $5.