It's common for projects beginning in school to eventually turn into something much bigger, as evidenced by the growth of Napster, Facebook, and formerly cute freshman Susie Randall -- damn you, unlimited flex meal plan! For more proof you should get in on school projects at the beginning, check Green Hill Clothes.
This micro-streetwear-slinger was started as an art school project, and, as of now's just printed its 350th tee, giving its local designer a forum to express his love for The Town, and a staggering assortment of Japanese pop culture like Power Rangers, Ninja Turtles, Gundam, and Samurai Pizza Cats who have no problem following the Way of the Warrior, but have a lot of trouble with the Way of the Chicago Manual of Style. Designs start with graphically-NW-repping numbers like the green and yellow Seattle Home with the zero in 206 as a classic Sonics-style logo; the literal minded Emerald City depicting a skyline-topped-jewel; and another 206 joint that, instead of a zero, sports George Washington saying "Oh!", proving that you cannot tell a lie if you don't use actual words. Other styles range from an anime-inspired Racoon Bandit rocking a bandanna subtly arted with Green Hill's college-crest-style logo, to a Phantom Shark blinged out with a bite-damaged G medallion, to a Miami Vice-hued number with a photo of Tokyo printed in halftone, also a poorly translated review of Ashlee Simpson's most recent Japanese engagement.
Additional gear means logo beanies and fleece numbers printed with a block letter G, and tops rocking GH's signature Baby Ninja mug; while future plans include turning out jeans, shoes, watches, and dropping additional pieces in ladies sizes -- great news for Susie Randall...for now.