College electives seemed designed solely to boost a struggling GPA, like Foreign Policy & Film, where you "studied" war movies, or Organic Gardening, which taught defensive linemen how to keep a yard before going to the Eagles and giving 'em up. And now those classes are clothing you: Art History 101
Started a few years back with shirts handpainted by a Philly-based street artist to honor a fallen friend, AH's a line of tees, thermals, hoodies, and jackets with designs riffing off graffiti and comic books -- so...Tony Mark-er? Tees include the AH Lush, with a cartoonish, scantily clad woman accompanying the logo; the AH Painthouse, hot-rodding the title on a red banner backed by a checkerboard ring; Green Peace, incorporating a certain iconic leafy herbal supplement; and a roughly-printed skull and headdress called Sacred Skull, which, if placed under Craig T. Nelson's house, will make his face fall off. When tees are just too damn formal, they've got a collection of screened thermals, front-zipped hoodies, and varsity/track jackets along with a couple polos with small logos on the left chest, plus the Liberty Bell black button-up with a giant version of its namesake screened on the back, for showing people how much you appreciate your freedom...to wear button-ups covered in historical bells
Rounding out the collection is a skullie and some LiveStrong-style bracelets, and if you can't find something you like, AH'll sit you down with an artist and create something custom, unlike the Eagles d-line, who should really just take the civil service exam, and get a job working something called customs.