Many works of art have a hidden meaning, although nobody would ever know, as most of the stuff he did without Paul Simon was really not that good. Hiding some meanings in your shirt: So It Seems, just-dropped in the 305.
From some local designers including the artistic director at Villa 221, Seems' brand-spankin' tees take cues from Miami's surroundings as well as "artificial realities, hearsay, and conspiracy", and're "centered on the idea that most things are not as they seem", so basically, these dudes have had some really scarring rearview mirror experiences. Things kick off with their "Bermuda" shirt, with three sailboats that look like they're just floating happily along on a cheesy souvenir tee, but which actually represent ships sunk in the Bermuda Triangle, which is like the second-easiest instrument ever, after the Turks & Caicos Tambourine. Next up's the "Black Tiger", which apes the Black Cat fireworks logo en route to making an underhanded jab at the US's debt to China’s Tiger Economy, plus a screw-a-hidden-meaning shirt featuring a postcard of '50s chicks running out of the water towards you, then presumably past you to park with "Calvin Klein" before the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance.
They've also got a logo tee and another that's just totally covered with 4th-style fireworks, and they plan to unveil a few special releases based on specific "holidays, events, or current affairs", which Garfunkel likely isn't having too many of, considering he hasn't had a hit since 1997, and also, that hair.