Wear this to the next Bauhaus reunion live show and get a few double takes and smiles. Available on Etsy for $20.
“Two more great tastes that also taste great together! The iconic Bauhaus logo meets everyone’s favorite nerdlinger!” – PattWhelan
Buy the T-Shirt: click here
I don’t usually wear T-shirts that say things or even have images on them but I like this one.
“Tape top. Soft crew neck tee with Cassette Stacks graphic at the front. Exclusive to Urban Outfitters.” – Urban Outfitters
Available at: Urban Outfitters
Devo Mesh Hat Energy Dome – This a vintage inspired mesh Devo trucker hat.. Great for parties or for your everyday beer drinking looser prog rock synth boyfriend… Nothing says i love you more than this. $8.00 USD – Link
Korg Audio Synthesizer Routing Diagram Vintage Screen-Printed T-shirt – This t-shirt design has an 80’s diagram of music path routing representation featuring line art drawings of a Korg Drum, Casio Mixer, Roland synthesizers, a sequencer and various effects machines. – $16.00 USD Link
Retro Electronic Music Synthesizer T-shirt – Lineart drawing of one of the most revolutionary devices in music history. $14.00 USD Link
Beep-it Deluxe – Beep-it Deluxe is a handmade optical theremin, housed in a handsome laser-cut bamboo case and featuring a big chrome button and 2nd oscillator for enhanced modulation. $65.00 USD Link
Synthesizer, SILK silkscreen electronic music nerd necktie – Synth nerds unite! Built in 1975, the EMS Synthi-E was one of the first traveling synthesizers, strangely foreshadowing the laptop music of today. It was a low cost version of the Synthi-A designed for schools and colleges, the unit was easily transportable as it is housed in a small briefcase and is battery operated. Perfect gift for the music or electronics-obsessed. $40.00 Link
Piano Earrings – Earrings handmade of Hama beads. Nickel free and allergy friendly. $7.50 USD Link
I think the Devo hat is the coolest thing here. What’s your favorite?
The next two days in New York be sunny and warm. My wife’s been pointing out all the holes in my favorite T-shirts. Therefore this post is for her and her wallet. Most of these prints are available on American Apparel shirts which means they fit well and are nice and soft. The classic and now fully hipsterized green Moog T? Could I be in full “Hawtin, bald, those black geek eyeglasses” Ableton T mode? Do I want to date myself with the Fairlight T? I love AD and Ohm Force but no one other than readers of this blog would have a clue what the prints mean (which is ok by me!).
Here’s the links:
Audio Damage T-Shirt
Ohm Force T-Shirt
Bonus… Elektron T-Shirt
Which one do you want?