Proving that hand-drawing and stenciling can somehow be elevated above tracing your fingers to make awesome turkeys (but they're so lifelike!) is Marty May, a lady-artist who moved from stenciling sidewalks in LA to stenciling shirts in NorCal, and now e-sells dude designs (grizzlies, deer, umm....unicorns) on pretty much anything you'd have on your person.
Most of her new e-shop's dedicated to an 11-tee collection that silk-screens designs like a Sir Francis Drake-esque Galleon sailing over whales, a wind-up grizzly bear, and a badass bucking unicorn on the chest, proving they're not only in your heart, but on it.
And because you’re constantly thinking to yourself “What do I do with all of this loose cash I have lying around?”, put most of it an envelope addressed to 568 Broadway, Ste. 605 (ATTN: Thrillist Ninja Throwing Star Fund), then use the remaining cash to pick up one of her eight hand-sewn wallets with designs like a bird-powered flying bike or handlebar mustache, both capable of giving sweet rides.
Still to come: Marty's planning on making skinny ties appropriate for all occasions... except of course if you have a meeting or something with traditional-tie-wearing turkeys.