Monday, April 21, 2008

Introducing The Japers' Rink Schwag Shop

Due to popular demand, KB and I have opened up a Cafe Press store - The Japers' Rink Schwag Shop. There are a few goodies in there already, with some killer designs in the works, so poke around and get 'em while they're hot.

And we're always open to suggestions for new designs, so leave 'em in the comments or drop us a line.

11 comments:

CapPun said...

You should have a mens shirt that has something along these lines:

YOUNG GUNS

with the word YOUNG on one sleeve and the word GUNS on the other sleeve

I dunno, it's not terribly creative but it's a start

LET'S GOOOOOOOOOOO CAPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

kb said...

Wondering if it's too late to make a t-shirt using the playoff beard font.

Scott said...

What is the deal with Viva la Lapin? I missed something somewhere...

maybe I should have taking french instead of latin...

JP said...

@ Scott: The second-to-last bullet here was warmly received, and ever since then Semin = rabbit around here (which you probably have noticed).

Then NS commented yesterday, "Vive le Huet. Vive le Lapin." (Lapin being French for rabbit).

Hence the shirt (with more to come).

Sidenote: AS is one badass bunny these days.

Scott said...

Makes sense. I followed the rabbit...but i lost the french. Vive la Lapin it is!

Perhaps an Unleash the Furry shirt...I liked that comment.

kb said...

I live that comment. Uh...wait.

Brunella said...

JP --- This is great stuff! I am working on an original graphic, to accompany Unleash the Furry.

I'm hoping that this playoff run keeps going just so we can continue to fiddle around with our mixed metaphors.

Dezlboy said...

The same "oval OV" as on the t-shirts, as one of those car decals?

JP said...

That's the inspiration, but the idea and execution are totally original and the AO stands for "An Oval," FYI.

kb said...

Nice one. Reminds me of the great line delivered by the Cary Grant character in "North by Northwest."

Eve Kendall: Roger O. Thornhill. What does the O stand for?
Roger Thornhill: Nothing.

Flyer fan said...

"AO stands for "An Oval" Aha! I get it!