Despite the massive selection of graphic tees out there, it can be tough to find one that really expresses your perspective, and even when you do, almost no one gets that "I'd Hit That" is actually meant as a pronouncement for your love of pinatas. More clearly display whatever it is you're all about, with Nonsek
A Madtown graphics refinery that'll print and ship your most creatively constructed tees, Nonsek lets you toy with work from some of the best designers in the biz via their patent-pending online graphic remixer dubbed the Nonsek Machine, which is also what they call the one machine in France not built for some sort of deviant pleasure. First, pick your artist channel and color, then hit the remix button to combine said artist's graphics into a randomly combined custom image, which you can finally manipulate by blocking components into three graphic layers, aka the three participants in a deviant French sek film. The 25+ channels source from national designers like Kansas City illustrator Tad Carpenter (who offers the colorfully cartoon-y Mayhem and Mischief channel), to Seattle designer Art Chantry (who's lined up '60s pop culture-inspired works in Uncool), to The Twin Cities' own Aesthetic Apparatus, who have both playful, monster-filled options in Doombuddy, and retro-letterpress ones in AA Peril, or how Rip Torn's sponsors describe him whenever he's anywhere with any open bar, or non-child-proofed bottles of cough syrup
Always adding to the collection, Nonsek's just inked a deal with Adult Swim, meaning you can now pull characters from Robot Chicken, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, and Super Jail, which is also where they should send people who wear "I'd Hit That" tees non-pinatically.