Common-wealth Press / Sapling Press warehouse last night I was pleasantly libated with amazing craft beers, and was treated to the visual delights of an old friend, the graphic tee.
Brushing up against soft shirts as you walk through felt like this bygone that I am sure nearly none of us have experience with. Why there is a scene from a Helen Keller biopic playing in my head is hard to pinpoint. There is some comfort in t-shirts, and even if our mothers never hung the cloths up to dry she took care to make them fresh and warm, and that's why we all love tees. Many would say the clothes make the man, on this night cloths were the canvas.
Pittsburghers already wear their pride on their sleeve.
|A great turn out|
|tees designed by Nick Caruso|