We love our tees and hoodies so much we could talk about them all day, but that’d be a bit weird. So we’ll just say that we’re immensely proud of the quality of all our garments and the super futuristic technology that creates our unique t-shirts and hoodie prints. Our t-shirts are long lasting, individual and extremely useful for abiding by public decency laws.
We advise you cold wash your garments and hang them out to dry. It’ll keep them super soft, looking their best and it’s even good for the environment.
Slim fit, order a size up if you’d like it less fitting. If you like your hoodies baggy, go two sizes up.
Font designer Max Miedinger, created Helvetica in 1957. It’s original name was Neue Haas Grotesk.
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houla,1957 est ma date de naissance !!!
1957 étaient un bon an. : )
– Jen Cannella
How bout that, I too was created in 1957, and my parents also referred to me as Grotesk. I never asked Mom if she new anyone named Max.And your brain continues to tickle me. I like it.
I shall now refer to you as Steve G. Wilbur.oh and…wow! you’re old!
Old? Why I never… Here I give you nothing but compliments, and what do I get in return; cold callous statements of the obvious. Doesn’t matter, you’re still a creative genius, or at least close. Happy New Year Jen.
Oh Steve G., I was just kidding. I am only a few years behind you and I feellike a spring chicken.You ARE the most complimentary, grotesk person I have ever known.Happy New Year to you too, my (crazy/grotesk) friend.Maybe I should just call you Helvetica, it doesn’t sound so bad : )