To stay relevant, artists often switch up their medium, as when Lichtenstein hopped into sculpture, and Erik Estrada hopped into Caged Fury. Doing it with gear, Vig Tees
A Jersey-based all-original line of 17 popcultish graphic tees, Vigs're arted up by a former album cover designer who, realizing album covers were shrinking to iPod-sized inscrutability, decided to draw for a medium that's only getting...fatter.
Avail in American Apparel sizes, the shirts riff on movie/TV esoterica, ranging from Fear and Loathing's Bazooko's Circus (maniacal funhouse clown), to South Park's boy band, Fingerbang (gun-shaped double fingers), to "Wake Up, San Francisco", which only you and Dave Coulier remember as Bob Saget's morning show in Full House.
The wide-ranging snark also extends to political history (Che Guevara captioned w/ "I don't actually know who this is"), American lit (gothic-steezed crows captioned w/ "Ravens don't quoth enough anymore"), and beyond, e.g., a photo of Anne Frank w/ speech bubble saying "let me be Frank" (German expressionism?)
Soon Vig'll launch several tees commissioned from a new freelance designer. And in other news, you'll soon be trading in your medium, for a Large.