Childhood summers rule: meeting new friends at camp, biking around the 'hood all day, and hitting up the water park, because they have churros. For clothing inspired by slightly more unusual summers, check out James Anthony Apparel.
Concocted by a Miami artist who spent his childhood school-free months surrounded by "really dark and creepy" Joel-Peter Witkin photos at his uncle's publishing house, JA's shirts and hoodies're imbued with a cool sense of the macabre thanks to his use/tweaking of public domain pics, which're way better than pubic domain pics. There's a group focusing on skeletons, like "Hand mit Ringen" (a huge, ring-clad x-ray hand draping over the shoulder), "Dirty Knees", from an 18th Century anatomy book, showing a full skeleton kneeling on a pad and looking up in prayer, and another with a similarly old-ass illustration of the front of a skull and upper teeth, called "'FACE!" -- which you can take to thoroughly dominate family games of Nic Cage Charades. There's also less bony selections, including "Aile Noir", with a huge black crow wing spread up the front (from an early 20th Century Audubon photo), "JAPAN 1903", a dressed up geisha with an umbrella and a baby strapped to her back, and "Princip", with a mugshot of Gavrilo Princip, the Yugoslav who assassinated Archduke Franz Ferdinand, triggering WWI and making all the 1910s indie kids pretend to be sad.
James also does the aforementioned hoodies, polos, and even men's briefs with similar images on them, and he's got future prints planned including an illustration of a cute naked girl spilling out of a snail shell, plus an old timey drawing of a cat and dog about to throw down, except they're skeletons -- something you really don't have to worry about becoming, what with all those Dippin' Dots.