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A Streetcar Named Desire movie poster
A Streetcar Named Desire movie poster

There are t-shirts to rep all kinds of brands: bands, movies, touristy places, now-kitschy 80's cartoon and video game characters and of course thousands more things we won't bore you with listing. An image on a t-shirt is how we tell the world a little bit about ourselves, and perhaps even inspire a friend or passerby to want to know more. And in our opinion, as long as society demands that we wear something up top when we're out in the world, the t-shirt is the easiest, comfiest, chilling-est way to go. Let's all take a moment to thank the greasers of the 1950's (think Marlon Brando in A Streetcar Named Desire) for popularizing wearing a t-shirt as an actual item of clothing, as opposed to just an undergarment.

HubBub's got two new t-shirts to keep you looking fresh this summer. We like to keep our designs simple, with clean layouts and classic colors, and we only print on the softest tees. You know, polyester is easy to knock, but a little bit blended in with some cotton sure is nice. These babies are a 60/40 blend in cozy heathers, and they're pretty dang sweet if we do say so ourselves. Both designs are available for purchase at all three of our locations, and will soon be available online!

hubbub grey tee
hubbub grey tee
hubbub navy tee
hubbub navy tee

Does the text design on the blue shirt remind anyone else of the Radiohead album cover for In Rainbows? Man, what a good record. This might make us sound old, but they just don't make bands like that anymore. Right? With that sentiment, we leave you with a track from In Rainbows that some people (on the internet) claim may be the best Radiohead song ever. Not sure we're ready to go that far but it is undoubtedly a killer jam - the kind of song that brings its own mood, the kind of song that no matter what you're doing when it comes on, it feels a little bit like storm clouds are rolling in.

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