Dress for the Aporkcalypse

I was hypnotized by the recent rebranding of “swine flu” as “hamthrax”, which unfortunately compelled to me design a t-shirt for sale on CafePress:

How long until the band‘s lawyers come after me?

Until then, buy a shirt!. Or a hat. 🙂

15 responses to “Dress for the Aporkcalypse

  1. Hahaha… Nice! I’m surprised they let you get away with that.

  2. For now. I suspect they won’t let me get away with it for long. 🙂

  3. I would totally buy that shirt!

  4. Hell yes!

    That is awesome! I hope you get disgustingly rich from this. I was wondering though, can I get that hamthrax logo on a gas mask?

    Keep up the good work.

  5. Very clever and funny idea! 🙂

  6. Bah-weep-Graaaaagnah wheep ni ni bong

    *hands swine energon chip*

  7. That’s great, We love it. Why? Check out the synergy in BFF’s Bacon video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPJu9OXdfU0&fmt=18 and keep up this cool blog!!

  8. That’s a great bit of graphic design there!

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  10. My shirt arrived yesterday 🙂

  11. Cool! Thanks for ordering. 🙂

    Did it turn out OK? I haven’t ordered one for myself yet!

  12. I hate trackbacks with open parens… but it only showed up that way in my reader, not on this page. Kudos to you in joining the battle against open parenthesis! :))

    Anyway…. I have for awhile wanted to simply get a bunch of “blank shirts”, and whatever is required to make pro-grade transfers to them. So I can just buy 100 black medium-to-large t-shirts, and just make my own shirts when i get into something. That would rule.

  13. That would be very nice. Like a t-shirt version of an inkjet printer. I wonder if the t-shirt makers use something like this already.

    Here’s a homemade version:


    A more professional version? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vWfGWZpMZXU

  14. The t-shirt stand people in the mall just use a kind of iron-on transfer sheet, but i think they have a press. I doubt they use anything that costs $900. y’never know tho.

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