Being a senior is pretty awesome -- you're constantly doped up, your peers are totally DTF, and no one cares when you pee the bed. Man, nursing homes kick serious ass. Translating the awesomeness of elders into art: Senioritis. Claiming their well of inspiration was filled while taking in the view from the summit of Mount Everest with their Sherpa "Noomsey", Senioritis produces runs of posters (plus coasters, bookmarks, magnets, etc) featuring "influential seniors...throughout history", but no Matthew McConaughey, as Wooderson had totally graduated like 5 years earlier! The sciences are repped by the likes of Newton, whose visage is superimposed over a green apple w/ the quote "If I have seen further than others, it is by standing upon the shoulders of giants", and a parchment-style backdrop for da Vinci's near-mystical bearded mug next to The Vitruvian Man & the phrase "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication", advice he apparently didn't heed while creating that never-ending code. A&E's also heavily showcased, from musicians such as Louis Armstrong, to film studs like Groucho Marx, to literary greats including Washington Irving, whose headless horseman comes with the caption "Age is a matter of feeling, not of years" (unless the feeling is "up", in which case the years definitely are a matter). If your torso's more barren than your walls, they've got a run of tees/hoodies that sport a graffiti-steezed Einstein in his wild tongue wagging pose, though considering what goes on at nursing homes, why would he ever put his tongue away?