Wildflower Concert T-Shirts
Concert T-Shirts for people who prefer to stay home...
I always loved the iconography of concert T-shirts - the distinctive art work which conveys not just one concert but an era in time. It's a badge of honor that proclaims, "I was THERE!" However, this is the only part of the experience that appeals to me. I'm short; so in a crowd, I never see much other than the person in front of me. My attention span is even shorter than my stature and I have little patience with being too hot and too close to people experiencing chemically induced excitement. Although I covet concert T's, wearing one, if you didn't actually go to the show, feels presumptuous. I worry about people trying to discuss the concert with me.
What would I say?
However, once I discovered that wildflowers and butterflies have names like "Bastard Toad Flax" or "Great Spangled fritillary," the solution was obvious. These native plants and their hosts NEEDED a Concert T-shirt. Bastard Toad Flax clearly required an early Jethro Tull design. Big Bluestem is a 50's bluegrass band and Ironweed -pure metal. I can't say exactly when these concerts will begin. Some might perform across the street or they might not show up at all. I am not their manager - just the venue owner. You are welcome to sit with me on the porch and watch the show or just wear the T-shirt. I promise, no one will know.
Note: There are several color choices for many of the shirts, click on "view more details" in the Quick View menu to see all the possibilities
Also Note: All T-shirts, like most purchased off the internet, are created with DTG printing. My printer friend recommends that they be washed inside out, in cold water and air dried.
Final Note: I have been wearing mine regularly and putting them in the dryer anyway. Its been fine.