Having a side hobby can help rebalance and bring calm to an otherwise chaotic life, like building model trains or doing something that people who don't live in 1955 actually do. Like running a clothing line called Creep Street.
From a dude who spends his days graphically designing at Puma, CS's latest street-inspired collection of gory tees and accessories draw on pop culture, fast food, and crappy B-list horror flicks, aka, the lifeblood of someone who just got their ass dumped. On the horror tip, there's a black short sleeve w/ the phrase "Chopping Mall" in dripping pink lettering atop a bloodied, disfigured face; the purple Bloodfeast which features a bad faux horror film poster of a woman being attacked w/ the tag line, "Creep Street Presents: BLOOD FEAST - Rips the Screams Right Out of Your Throat!"; and a lime green crewneck w/ a red graphic-novel-esq image of laughing zombies called the "Join the Creeps", who above all other gangs brain supreme. Spoof tees that rip off famous logos include a white cotton-poly short sleeve that plays off the Wendy's chain with a red/yellow skeletor Wendy dripping blood on the words "Creepy's Old Fashioned Hamburglars"; the WTF?, which features a pigment print of the WWF panda bear with a bloodied eye; and a yellow BK logo with the words Creep Street in between the buns called the "Burger Creep", which is like a bar crawl for those who are morbidly obese yet still incredibly stealthy.
If you prefer to let your shoulders breathe, CS also sports a couple of sweet tanks like the black Grip'n'Rip w/ a skeleton hanging from the company's logo on the back, as well as accessories like the glossy vinyl w/ velvet lining Creepy Chris slap bracelet -- perfect for people whose hobbies were frozen in 1985.