Thinking outside the box is all well and good, but achieving said creativity can be difficult if all you can think about actually is box. Achieving the former without forsaking the latter, Randr Apparel. From a handful of tee-loving Tulsans, Randr (short for "Rise and Resist") just dropped a fresh batch of graphic torso coverings intended to stand out from the mass-produced threads that represent "mediocre middle-of-the-road conformity", and do so by...covering them in busty women! Commissioning designs from artists the world over, the latest collection boasts morbidly erotic artwork like Elegance (a grey crewneck with a disorienting photo collage of a woman's beckoning fingers/mouth/limbs), Dead Sea, where a bare-chested woman sits behind a pile of beach rocks and human skulls, and Secrets: two scantily clad stacked fems hanging around a cauldron with the grim reaper lording over them, just waiting to deliver a little death. Following the theme're Stay (in grey or white), with a roaring 20s-esque illustration of a woman au naturale draped in an open robe whilst posing in front of a sculpture garden, and "Night", an aqua number with the same woman lying face-down on an elegant bed, with her backside exposed and the headboard supporting her feet, oddly the same appendages some men turn to when they get head-bored themselves. To make things easy on you there's a grab bag option that'll ship you three randomly selected tees, including designs from their less-provocative previous collections, though thankfully no matter what comes in it, there's your box right there.