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2 OR 3 D

2 OR 3 D

Children of Earth:

We have heard your call for more Gravy and man are you  gonna get ya some!

Starting tonight, TeeGravy will change its schedule of a new shirt every two weeks to a  new one every week. (The shirts will still debut Sunday nights at 10 P.M. C.S.T.)

So tell your friends.  Have your friends tell their friends.  Have their friends contact neighbors.  Have the neighbors tweet about it. Have old roommates re tweet the tweets.

That should be good.
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We at TeeGravy would like to thank everyone for their support, purchases and overall good tidings by giving you 20% off this weeks design.

Just use the coupon code “thankyou” at checkout.

Also, we want to share our good fortune and support other artist, so if you know of anyone that has a creative idea for future TeeGravy designs please let us/them know.
And about this weeks design?

It’s ridiculous and we’re good with that.
See ya at the movies,
-Gravy Collective



The 3rd Dimension

The 3rd Dimension

The 3rd Dimension

Out of the murk and mystery came the Creature from the Black Lagoon.  In the early 1980s a local T.V. station aired a “Creature Feature” special that they had hyped up for months: The Creature from the Black Lagoon in– THE 3RD DIMENSION. All you had to do was send in a self-addressed envelope with a request for the number of glasses you wanted. Next to receiving my Atari 2600, this freaky 3-D airing event was like getting a high-five from Mr. T himself.  When the night of the airing finally arrived, the stars had aligned. We had the 3D glasses, the necessary fuels (soda and chips), and at last, the 3rd dimension was upon us.  After turning the nobs and twisting the rabbit-eared antenna, the brown-paneled Zenith T.V. was perfectly tuned in.  For the next 90 minutes I squinted through some cheap 3-D glasses at a blurry-ass screen. To be honest, the only thing I actually got out of those excruciating 90 minutes was a caffeine high and a thumping headache. The event was over hyped and I couldn’t help but be disappointed.  With that being said, the memories of this time in my life are sweet ones. So this weeks TeeGravy design is my salute to that blurry/murky masterpiece.

Get Your Freak On,

mpw and associates