I dig vintage travel posters and old race car ads. Sometimes dead brands can be fun, as can the art deco/nouveau liquor promos one occasionally sees in your finer mall art stores.
Pulp magazines and public domain comics can have very interesting covers (if not totally lurid and a little sleazy...oooh baby), but they're hard to find in decent condition.
At the top of the page, you'll see a link for Pulpwear - clicking on that is what you want to do now.
Anyway, go take a look and if something strikes your fancy, buy it, tell yer friends, they'll buy more shirts, and then I'll be rich and won't have to blog for food anymore.
Here's a few links about collecting and music I found recently. Read and enjoy! Tell 'em Zombie Cat sent ya!
Yes, that's Robert Crumb at the top of the fold, his career as a underground comix icon very casually mentioned...
The American Band Championship Belt - Start arguing...now!
Not just music: Ale Fit for a King to benefit the Hero InitiativeAll you readers in my beloved upstate NY git yer asses over to the Shmaltz Brewery in Clifton Park