By Cory Doctorow at 4:00 pm Tue, May 15, 2012
A nice t-shirt mod from the folks at Hurley -- the rip-skull. I don't expect it would survive a lot of washings, though.
DIY SKULL T-SHIRT
(via Crazy Abalone)
Does the other side of the shirt have the same rips too!
My back isn’t so photogenic as the model’s, but I’d totally wear this.
Think I’ll make me one. I know the adage that if you’re old enough to have worn a thing the first time it was en vogue you’re too old to wear it the next time, but I don’t give a shahitt. I liked shredded tees 25 years ago, and I’m happy to welcome them back.
Oh, all right, I’ll wear a black one underneath. You can open your eyes again.
looks great, but she is wearing it backwards! :-)
people have been doing this for quite some time:
I’m thinking helluva awesome tan lines!
Something something boobies, apparently.
GO TEAM VENTURE!
Imagine if she was not wearing it backwards. A skull with bugged out eyes.
is it (merely) “ripped” if it’s actually missing bits? perhaps it should be cut-out skull tee (or ‘COST’) … anyway apply any and all jack-o-lantern stencils (laser cut!) and sell ’em to all those that want suntans to match.
There’s a fine line between “mod” and “trash.”
Can’t really wear it with a bra though
Sure you can, if it’s a pretty one in a contrasting color.
But should you?
This one from the Residents could be interesting:
She has nice eyes…
“Hellooo…! My eyes are up here… wait.”
I’m fully aware that correlation is not causation, but I couldn’t help but be reminded of this blog post I read a while back that is exactly the same thing: http://imkittyrouge.blogspot.co.uk/2011/11/12-how-to-make-cut-out-t-shirt.html
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