From a London-based radio journalist obsessed with geeky pop culture, TGI Greeny
painstakingly chronicles every public appearance by Celtics forward Jeff Green throws TV, video game, and movie-inspired artwork onto tees, hoodies, and v-necks, also what Bill Paxton calls humans addicted to vamp blood. Free your inner dork with:
Workshop Manuals: Bridging the gap between fantasy and reality (also, reality and... reality), these auto-repair manual-style schematics cross the traverse with Star Wars B-Wing starfighters, two versions of Cyberdyne's T-800s, and NASA's Gemini Space Capsule, which shouldn't be swallowed by Capricorns, as they're too reserved, serious, and practical to handle that ish. Aries on the other hand...
Back to the Future: Showing imaginary Cali some love, the collection includes advertisements sourced directly from the trilogy, so you can join the street-team for projects like Max Spielberg's Jaws 19, Biff's Hotel & Casino, and even Pepsi Perfect, which is really a silly prediction for the future, because who has time to drink soda when there's all those robot sex slaves to fondle?
Retro Gaming: Unfortunately not boasting diagrams of how people got super-flirty in the '30s, this nerderific line boasts everything from the original Amiga chipset with “Paula & Agnus & Denise”, to a wireframe vision of a boxy TV with the original Nintendo, to a classic “Enter Your Initials” screen, easy for Jeff Green, as he's always an A-S-S.