There's a tee for almost every mood -- from happiness, to sadness, to nerd-with-enormous-johnsonness -- but what about when you're in the mood to be an artsy appreciator of forlorn sophistication? When that feeling strikes, check out FACA.
From two Croatian brothers who traveled the world before settling in Miami, FACA offers thin cotton tees and hoodies bedecked with cleverly placed, disparately sourced monochromatic photos united in their alluring eeriness. Small-v V-necks offer a moderately fitted silhouette, while crew necks are slightly slimmer cut; both come imprinted with images like an injured bull pondering his next move as a matador waits poised in the foreground; and a 1960s, Bond-film-looking military dive team awaiting the mission -- which, judging from their stone faces, has nothing to do with Octopussy. V-neck summer-weight hoodies come in white and slate grey: one depicts a lone figure with an umbrella on slippery neo-classical stairs; another shows a dangling rosary necklace clipped with a pair of aviator glasses; still another, spreading the image across the entire shirt, shows a faded pretty girl strolling by a baroque window (to customize, insert your wistfully horny face in window).
Future FACA plans include a line that incorporates off-center neon prints, like a Native American chief who looks suspiciously like the guy who once shed a tear over pollution, and a tribal girl trying on an old-timey dive helmet while topless -- and you know there's a shirt for how that makes you feel.