While many choose an artistic career path to express themselves, so often their most widely viewed work's Sharpie on cardboard, and titled "Spare Change?". For a group of dudes getting their visions across on your chest, check out Company Policy.
Just dropping their inaugural line of hoodies and tees slapped with original designs, CP's a collaborative effort from a slew of local graf (and graphic) artists, DJs, promoters, and assorted players in the Philly hip-hop and skater scenes, united by the goal of never becoming a faceless corporation and ultimately "sticking it to the man", hoping to succeed where your 11-items-in-the-express-lane tactic failed. 100% Free Trade cotton shirts hand-combed in Honduras include "Shadow of the Parrot Castle Sunrise" (a parrot, in front of a castle, in front of a...sunrise!), "Typewriters", featuring a trio of vintage jobs spewing rolls of paper upwards, and one with a cartoonishly boxy moustached face titled "King", which you will gladly Don. Lightweight hoodies come in a natural hue on 100% organic cotton, including Fashion, featuring an argyle design across the chest, superimposed over a washed-out B&W negative of a buxom babe, while Sex & War's got rows of strawberries screened over another negative of a slender vixen in a bikini and blueprint sketches of a fighter jet; both're designed by artist Rob Rezin, whose stuff you usually only wear when you run out of the ones by Rob Green.
CP's also hawking special handcuffed breifcase-packaged special releases of both hoodies in the supremely limited edition of one per size, in a darker asphalt shade that'll reflect your mood since those ninjas killed your family, leaving you needing money for karate lessons.