Search

Behind the Scenes

Posted on March 07, 2010 | 0 comments

We've been pretty bad about showcasing just how much we do around this joint in terms of getting ready for new releases. So this our attempt to include you guys in the delightful madness...

Recreational tag diving just never really caught on, but this pile is def. fresh for leaping.

Sure Zoey, keep licking your foot while we do all of the work...ya furry bum.

Continue reading →

Some 'Wild' Exposure

Posted on March 04, 2010 | 0 comments

Recently, we had a lovely customer, (who's name will remain a mystery ;), visit an animal sanctuary in Brisbane, Australia sporting one of our Impostor shirts. Trying to steal the spotlight, Mr. Peabody (the koala), looks to be giving the design his paw of approval and we couldn't be happier. Thanks again for the picture submission and keep 'em coming from beautiful sights around the globe.

Continue reading →

Support Movember

Posted on November 17, 2009 | 0 comments

I realize we're a couple weeks late on posting this, but it's never to late to support a good cause.
Find out how you can join the fight against prostate and testicular cancer at: http://us.movember.com/

And for all Mo Bro and Mo Sistas out there, we're offering a 15% discount on all purchases with the coupon code 'movember', during the month of November.

Continue reading →

New Sugar-free Goodies

Posted on September 26, 2009 | 0 comments

A few weekends ago, 100,000 or so Chicagonites / Chicagoneers / Chicagonians lucked out and had the chance to purchase two yummy new threads from two delectable artists. If you were too lazy to put down the clicker and drive through 12-14 states (depending on your geographic location), then today just happens to be your lucky day bub(s). Straight from the glorious minds of two Threadless veterans, we are perma-smiled to release Handlebar Hold Up and Sleight of Hare.

Handlebar Hold up, as seen above, was the stellar brainchild of Alvaro Arteaga, a Spanish Chilean with a unique style incorporating a keen sense of wit and boyish charm. Better known as Alvarejo, this cool cat was a breeze to work with and I recommend grazing his portfolio for additional spoonfuls of heaven.

Additionally, Sleight of Hare, as seen above, was inked and colored by the exuberant Alex Solis, a zestfully delightful feller with uncanny b-boy (break-dance) skillage and jaw-droppingly sick artistic details. Fortunately for us, while rocking Renegade in Chi-town, we were able to hang with Alex @ the Threadless meet-up partay and boogy down to some karaoke tunes. Much like Alvaro above, Mr. Solis was a doll to work with; a portfolio peek is absolutely recommended, but brain melting will occur so I would double check your insurance coverage first.

Continue reading →

Road Trip to Renegade - Chicago Style

Posted on September 21, 2009 | 0 comments

Well hello again you good looking bunch of friends and frenemies. Let me start by apologizing for the lack of posts over the last 6-7 weeks; we've had a few shows to prep. for and unfortunately that has taken serious priority over my ramblings. So what's new you ask...well, we had a lovely 14 hour roadtrip to Chicago last week (from Thursday to Monday) and had a fantabulous (see: crazy busy) time while taking part in the last outdoor Renegade show of the year. Have I mentioned that Renegades kick mondo arse and that Sue Daly and her band of cohorts (you know who you are =) are nothing short of sensational; she's like the Puff Daddy / P Diddy of crafting, minus the white suits and overpriced bottles of bubbly.

***

Anywho, the two-day extravaganza went swimmingly, with exceptional weather from start to finish, and we even found time to enjoy some deep-dish pizza (which came rectangular...eerie I know). Additionally, having worked and befriended a few Threadless fellers from past and upcoming designs, we were extended an invite to their exclusive ice cream social; I intended on showing off some polaroids of the VIP event, but a certain numbskull (points at self) forgot the camera so you'll just have to take my word for it. Fortunately, I did bring it along for mostly everything else, so grab a canister of pringles and enjoy a few snapshots.

Sears Tower Approaching the majestic Willis Tower (formerly the Sears Tower); do your best to disregard the mosaic of bug guts on the windshield
Plushies Zooguu Handmade - They had some phenomenally stitched and original plushies for the taking
The Prick Cushion The Prick Cushion - Sold just that, as well as other one-of-a-kind sexual reproductive organs; blue ribbon for originality for sure
Ashi Dashi Ashi Dashi - Brilliant stocking-stuffers for the upcoming holidays; the intestines and corn were my favs
Shawnimals Shawnimals - One of the big guns of the event...their homemade displays were stellar and popped like no other
Fuzzy Ink Last, but hopefully not least, a quick glance at our setup (damn glare); Chicago was fantastic and we can't wait for December to roll around!!!

Continue reading →

Dogs In Clothes

Posted on August 04, 2009 | 0 comments

Take notice; Fuzzy Ink has installed a new security system. Spammers, intruders and marauders look out. You may be subject to limitless puppy noms.

In reality, we have gotten some people to ask us about offering pet clothing and toys. The Small Fuzzies make a great dog or cat toy, depending on how destructive they are. As for doggy clothing, we don't have any plans for that, but they look pretty good in the human sizes too.

Continue reading →

What the Frick?!

Posted on July 25, 2009 | 0 comments

In most situations I'm a man of many words; the following video though, made me ponder my existence. If anyone needs me I'll be at the supermarket smashing ALL of the eggs.

Shock-a-dooby!? Oh grobby!!??

Continue reading →

Modern, Yes; Functional, Probably Not...

Posted on July 23, 2009 | 0 comments

I was in the mood to find some crazy-cool contraptions offered in today's market and found myself gazing upon a few sensational gems that probably result in a reduced life expectancy (via frustration, prison rape or boring old suicide). You be the judge~

The Ultimate Wheel: Seriously, that's suppose to be funtastic?! Where do I put the banana seat?

Dodecahedral "Petaminx" Puzzle: Commence face-melting in 3, 2, 1.

Anti-Theft Lunch Bags: A little Rorschach mildew won't deter this motivated hungry beast.

Cursor Oven Mitts: Ending serious relationships since 1994.

Continue reading →

 
Scroll to top