Fashion houses tend to proffer vague verbiage when describing their mission statement -- why say "the latest look in casual yet sophisticated underwear", when you're really selling banana hammocks? Leaving no room for misinterpretation, Two In The Shirt
T.I.T.S. (seriously) churns out accomplished graphic tees mashing up music, movie, and even fine arts references, all unified by the mantra: "Each design showcases classy prints of nude or nearly nude women". Odes to rock include a hybrid of Crue's "Girls Girls Girls" and 2 Live Crew's "As Nasty As We Wanna Be" covers; a repurposing of Kiss' "Destroyer" cover dubbed "Self Destroyer" w/ tarted up mug shots of Paris, Britney, Nicole, and Lindsay; and "Bad Company" -- one topless woman restraining another's mammaries with a sash, much like the guys in Bad Company frequently did. The big screen's repped by "You Only Live Twice" (Connery in a hot tub, surrounded by women who love accents & body hair); "The Dope Shirt", featuring New Jack, bikini-clad workers cutting coke on a dining room table; and "Highly Evolved", sporting the three prominent assets of the mutant chick from Total Recall, the movie that made even the most under-the-shirt middle school grope session seem somehow lacking
In furtherance of their mission, T.I.T.S. has teamed up with Shriiimp Magazine for a contest in which women send in photos of their breasts painted with their own takes on the company logo -- the only verbiage that'll be vague'll be the judges' rationales for why they need to reexamine the contestants' work in person.