This is a shirt designed by my father, who is now retired but worked as an architect since he was a teenager doing drafting work in his father and uncle's office in East Tennessee. The words come from a bumper sticker on his car, which is interesting in that it seems to have been the inspiration for one of his neighbors to put a 9mm round through the back of his parked car. The bullet went through the trunk, back seat, front seat and into the dash.
Everyone in the family was a bit shocked by this event. My dad dismissively said, "Well, he wasn't a very good shot. He missed the bumper sticker by nearly a foot." That's my dad.
Instead of using a canned font for this graphic, I had my dad hand write the lettering in his own architectural style.
Two color print on a premium quality, ringspun 100% cotton, black shirt.
Printed with water-based inks for a soft feel.
© 2022 Mark Honeycutt