You never know when certain knowledge might come in handy, which is why Bear Grylls drinks a ton of pee, even when delicious ice cold malt beverages are available. For shirts from a musician who picked up crafty know-how along the way, check out Paste
From a Brooklyn graphic artist who initially started silkscreening to make posters promoting his music career -- never imagining it would one day become his main gig -- Paste's a shirt line boasting both button-downs and playfully absurd hand-screened tees that're enzyme-washed to provide a vintage-soft feel and prevent shrinkage, so there goes that excuse. Tees are amalgams of old photos, family keepsakes, etc., and include a group with animals as main characters, like one reading "Like, save the whales, and stuff", another with a huge squirrel with a nut climbing the Empire State Building and being circled by pigeons King Kong-style, and one showing a lunar capsule with a pit bull inside, called Space Dog -- which, like everything else in the world, is sure to have a longer life span than Spacehog. Human-centric tees include BBQ, with a suburban-looking dude pulling up a grill lid to reveal cute kittens inside, and another with a cheesy used car salesman doing his song & dance in front of two huge tanks decorated with balloons, called Tank Sale, at which you can normally only purchase big Johnsons, and their suddenly available gun collections
Paste also has a brand spanking new batch of plaid flannel button-downs with a button collar, and a cool pocket with an extra-long flap, while future plans include board shorts with a retro '60s surf cut -- pair those up with your knowledge of how to surf, and you'll probably end up drinking a lot of delicious ice-cold salt beverages.