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T-shirt of the Week

  • Posted by pete
  • 25 June 2010
This week's T-shirt of the Week is 'Simple Food' by Chester Bigglesworth.

By the time your average supermarket salad is on the shelf, it will have received
a cocktail of chemicals: A combination of four insecticide sprays, two fungicide
applications and two herbicide blasts, before it is rinsed in a chlorine wash that is
twenty times stronger than your local swimming pool. It's then packaged in a modified
atmosphere, made up of carbon dioxide, nitrogen and oxygen to keep it 'fresh'.

But you already knew that, right?
Shop local.

link:
www.farmersmarkets.net
A list of farmers markets in the UK with no silly stuff in their salads.

This week's T-shirt of the Week is 'Big Pile of Dead Fish' by Chester Bigglesworth

It's just a T-shirt, with a Big Pile of colourful dead fish on it.
Nothing to do with Burst Pipes or Bad Polluters.
By Printing it, we hope to make the world a Brighter Place.
Buy Promptly though, it's only on sale for one week.

10% of the profits from this shirt will go to the Marine Conservation Society.

Available on White for men and for women.

Like Bike

  • Posted by pete
  • 7 June 2010

This week’s T-shirt of the week is ‘Like Bike’ by Chester Bigglesworth.

We like to bike.
It’s the thing that gave you freedom as a kid.
And the thing that gives you freedom as a grown-up.
It unravels your brain and resets you.
It’s the thing that no plane, train or car could kill off.
It can even distract you from Facebook every once in a while.

Available on White for men and women.

T-shirt of the week - Like Bike

  • Posted by ruben
  • 3 June 2010



This week's T-shirt of the week is 'Like Bike' by Chester Bigglesworth.

We like to bike.
It's the thing that gave you freedom as a kid.
And the thing that gives you freedom as a grown-up.
It unravels your brain and resets you.
It's the thing that no plane, train or automobile could kill off.
It can even distract you from Facebook now and then.

Available on White for men and women.

100% Wooly

  • Posted by pete
  • 1 June 2010

Thursday is your last chance to get a Chester Bigglesworth '100% Wooly' T-shirt of the Week.
(We'll be taking it off  the website in the afternoon, to make way for a new one).

So the wooly headed amongst you better make your minds up whether to get one or not.

Then again, you'll probably forget, because you're busy thinking about something else...

But that's why we love you.

Available on Purple for menBanana for women

t-shirt weather

So we have 20% off all items in-store this bank holiday weekend.  We thought we'd have a dig around the stock room to look out old t-shirts of the week and store exclusive t-shirts from the past few months.  Get down here while stocks last...this may be your last chance! 

Tomorrow is forecast to rain...but Sunday and Monday we can expect to rock out in the sunshine.  Enjoy the long weekend :)

ConDemNation

  • Posted by pete
  • 14 May 2010

The t-shirt was his idea.

ConDemNation

  • Posted by pete
  • 12 May 2010

This week's T-shirt of the Week is 'ConDemNation'.

That's what we are now, a nation of mixed leadership.
A mongrel breed of parties, opinions and thinking.
Is it the best of a bad situation?
Who knows. None of us can say for sure.
All we know is that there are some interesting times ahead.

Available on men's and women's Breton blue tees.

New T-Shirt of the Week

  • Posted by pete
  • 27 August 2009

 

This week's T-shirt of the Week is 'Super Nice'. Designed by Chester Bigglesworth, to mark the release of our Sweden Super Nice autumn catalogue.
The words come from the three Swedes who showed us around their wonderful country: Peter, Fredrik, and Sebastian. It was a phrase they used a lot. Instead of something being really good, it was "super nice".
Kind of rolls off the tongue doesn't itThis week's T-shirt of the Week is 'Super Nice'. Designed by Chester Bigglesworth, to mark the release of our Sweden Super Nice autumn catalogue.

This week's T-shirt of the Week is 'Super Nice'. Designed by Chester Bigglesworth, to mark the release of our Sweden Super Nice autumn catalogue.

The words come from the three Swedes who showed us around their wonderful country: Peter, Fredrik, and Sebastian. It was a phrase they used a lot. Instead of something being really good, it was "super nice".

Kind of rolls off the tongue doesn't it.
(Chester's percentage of the proceeds will go to the Do Lectures fund).

Available in Pine for men and Purple for women 
 

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