Look who's getting back into the "awesome Oklahoma-inspired t-shirts you should buy" game.
We're happy to announce that we've partnered with our friends at The Okay See on Film Row to launch a new TLO line of Oklahoma-centric graphic tees and memorabilia. The first three shirts hit one of our favorite themes at the TLO Home Office: 1980s Oklahoma Nostalgia.
The perfect tee to wear while taking a field trip, tossing ski-ball with friends, or watching old Casper the Friendly Ghost cartoons in a dimly lit theatre. If those references make no sense, you probably spent too much time at Showbiz. If they do, we'll also accept 10,000 Crystal's tickets as payment.
The 1980s was a weird decade across the Sooner State. We had an oil boom, an oil bust and something strange probably happened to the Mathis Brothers. At least we ended things on a high note with the Olympic Festival. Show your support for aspiring Olympians in pursuit of their dreams... or at least, you would have if you were alive in 1989.
And we wonder why Oklahomans have such an inferiority complex. Show your state pride (or at least a sense of humor) with the classic license plate slogan and design that let motorists from all over the country know that Oklahoma is simply... "OK!"
Each shirt runs $25 a pop, and we're hoping to have a limited supply available for sale this Friday night at H&8th. You can find them at The Okay See booth located on 10th and Hudson in the INDUSTRY FLEA just west of Bleu Garten.
If waiting in lines at food trucks isn't your style, you can also pre-order the shirts online at the The Okay See website. If these sell (and why wouldn't they?) we hope to launch three news shirt every few months or so.
Anyway, we hope you like these and buy one of each for all your family and friends. We want to get rich. Also, if you have any design ideas, send us an email. If we use your idea, we'll send you some free shirts.