By Cory Doctorow at 8:29 am Wed, Aug 17, 2011
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But where is my Blue Ant Christmas ornament?
Are you sure you have checked your pockets properly? ;)
These are spiff, but personally I’m still holding out for a grey work uniform with an embroidered “Quine Org” logo on the breast pocket.
Why don’t you suggest it?
Apart from a Blue Ant figurine and a pair of Gabriel Hounds jeans, I’d like a Maas Neotek tee, but the logo has to go diagonally across the front.
Interesting, but they don’t really capture Gibson’s obsession with nipples.
They’re def triff, huh?
Why do they never make these in the ubiquitous Business Casual Polo? I’d love to show my affiliation with Tessier-Ashpool IT Department polo, but it’s only ever T-Shirts.
I’m with you, Platt. Once you get out of college, black t-shirts every day just don’t cut it, even if they do suggest you work IT on an orbital.
The Babylon Port one is mighty tempting. But I wanna know if Gibson is getting his cut before I buy one.
Gibson (@GreatDismal:twitter) discussed these on Twitter yesterday with a couple people who mentioned them to him, which I would guess is where Cory caught wind of them. They’re unauthorized and he doesn’t get a cut, but he considers it a positive thing when people do things like this (especially if they’re decent designs that people will actually buy, though I don’t particularly like all of these).
I don’t love any of these… Besides, doesn’t anyone else think there’s something wrong with an ONO-SENDAI logo on an ipad case? They’re kind of polar opposites to me…
The Tessier Ashpool AI R&D shirt is very tempting, I’m really curious if anyone would catch the reference.
I’ve got one of the Chatsubo tees, given to me by a brother, as a Christmas present. No one has caught the reference, yet, in eight months of occasional wear. Sight.
These don’t hold a candle to my favourite Neuromancer t-shirt:
Excellent quality too.
New Rose Hotel?
Copyfight cyberpunk fanac fashion Happy Mutants science fiction tshirt
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