Merder Was the Case

Warning: These t-shirts contain scenes of violence. Wearer discretion is advised. A dead hooker in a bathtub, an arm with a knife behind your back, Jack the Ripper, someone getting choked to death, blood splatter patterns and the shower scene from Psycho. Diagnosis: murder.

Princess Diana, Marvin Gaye, JFK, and Malcolm X are not only famous celebrities and political figures who died tragically, they are also the inspiration for Vancouver’s controversial t-shirt line, Merder Tees.

Save the Manimals: Wear bamboo

Going green isn’t just about saying “no” to SUVs and plastic bags; it’s also about saving the Earth, one soybean-based garment at a time. There was a time when environmentally responsible clothing could be defined by baggy hemp drawstring pants and a shapeless sack of a top. Thankfully, this is no longer the case.

The green revolution has inspired a plethora of labels with killer designs that just so happen to use sustainable methods to produce their clothing. A quick search on Google will reveal dozens of labels in Canada alone, and even more in the United States.