It's inspiring to see people with troubled pasts take advantage of second chances, the way Corey Haim battled back from drug and alcohol addiction to achieve stunning succ-- hmmm. How great is Mickey Rourke?? For tees produced by dudes actually taking advantage of second chances, check Badd Habit.
Hand-screened in Port Townsend, BH is a line of tees/hoodies that's largely produced by newly-sober young men from the near-by Gray Wolf Ranch recovery program, and boasts designs that've evolved into mostly nature-inspired numbers featuring NW animals and plants like seaweed, ironically also the contraband substance that got Snork Wellington Wetworth Jr. kicked out of Gray Wolf. The freshest stuff is printed using a new-ish technique called sublimation that let's them create over-sized graphics, like the full-zip Great Wave hoody that's arted all over with, well...a great wave; First Class, which boasts a giant antique dive helmet; and a haltingly-full-color forest scene complete with Bigfoot on a 3/4 sleeve baseball tee called Squatch Sub, aka what Squatch has been forced to do for work since the Sonics left town. Other pieces range from the murky squid-arted Inky, to the aforementioned Seaweed that boasts a design made from plants washed up on the beach, to one printed from hem to collar with tree-esque growth-rings called Woody, which you're free to get, though you better sit down for it.
BH also offers a few straight-forward graphic joints like the Port Townsend-repping Pirate with skull & crossbones, and one printed again and again with the words Badd Habit, which, in Corey's case, meant going direct-to-video. And nothing else. Definitely nothing else.