Finding beauty in the common and ordinary usually leads one to be a poet, a playwright, or just a huge fan of Kevin James. Doing just that, and letting you wear it: Xenotees. Xeno's a line of shirts with designs inspired by interesting aspects of the ordinary as well as the whimsical and artful, with all patterns hand-drawn and then hand-pressed by an artist in a Philly shop, some of which are printed using a method that removes the shirts' color then prints over in ink, aka "discharge", which you should call "a method that removes the shirts' color then prints over in ink". Mundanity-focused numbers include one slapping an oversized monochrome fork across your chest, another depicting a spoon across the stomach, and one more wrapped in a psychedelic spiral with a giant toothed saw blade cutting at the waist, suggesting your desire that women saw more of what's down there. Others include nods to the animal kingdom, with names of collectives of beasts like "a tiding of magpies" and "a bale of turtles" printed in a spiral across a number of shirts (including long sleeve and baseball jersey); "Pet Lobster", portraying the delicious crustacean being walked with a ribbon leash (formed by a line from French poet Gérard de Nerval); and "Too Much Party", covered in a slew of spent caps and a bottle opener they claim "can be interpreted in many interesting ways", none of which are "I should probably hire this guy". Designs're also available in sizes for the ladies and kids -- helpful, as even if you're a fan of mall security, it doesn't mean you're one of protection.