Created as a collaboration between actor and comedian Blake Anderson from Workaholics as well as model, artist and fashion consultant Rachael Finley, the Teenage T-shirt clothing line is right on the pulse of today's hip style scene.
With designs like 'Bored Teenager' and 'Consume Mass Quantities' printed onto basic crew neck tees, the collection knows exactly what it's like growing up surrounded by a media culture that tries so hard to captivate us but only manages to phase us. The graphic designs are incredible, with iconic American imagery such as the dusty Arizona desert and cartoon character mash-ups prevalent throughout.
The Teenage T-shirt line doesn't take itself too seriously and pokes fun at the notion of a teenage wasteland with brilliant statements, such as one of my favorites, "support your demise."
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Segment: Neutral, 12-55
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