Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Product Whore

Indeed.

My third Pilderwasser arrived on my doorstep late last week...awesome fit, waaay great graphics wrapped around a perfectly-fitting, soft, girly-styled T. If you haven't stopped by Pilderwasser yer missing out. Get there. Besides, it's that time of year -- pick up a couple for cycling friends don't worry, not all the shirts are girly. Take a look through the slide show on the lower left side of the T-Shirts for Sale page to get an idea of the variety.

Hand Made in Seattle. One at a time. Delivered via bicycle.

Contact me and I'll answer your questions. Tell me what you want, what you really really want. And I'll tell you what you get. Keep in mind American Apparel shirts run smaller than "traditional" t-shirts. see: www.americanapparel.net

If you are ready to buy, then Buy Now, with secure payments through PayPal. Please be very specific on the vague order form found below.

Gotta love it.

Sizing: the American Apparel shirts tend to run a bit small. I'm usually in for a M t-shirt even though they're a tad loose. However, the unisex American Apparel M of my other Pilderwassers (#1, #1 again, #2) fit a little closer than a typical M. My new women's L (top) fits the way I'd expect a women's M to fit.

I dare you to get the nipple driver.

And, visit the blog while you're there.

- OB mine wasn't delivered by bicycle

7 comments:

Knox Gardner said...

Thanks for answering the question about the bicycle delivery service.

When I get back to Seattle in January, I should see if I can request who brings me my shirt.

the old bag said...

There's just one guy, but maybe he could send it via some other messenger :-]

robin said...

I love the site. Did you see the dutch utility bikes? I could use one of those for toting around all of these books. Maybe I'll make one. ha.

Trée said...

Happy Thanksgiving OB. Peace.

Snakebite said...

How come there's not a picture of you in your new nipple grinder shirt??? Inquiring minds want to know.

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Alberto said...

Pretty cool. They don't deliver by bike to Spain do they?