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I’m proud to announce that “No Mas Pantalones” has moved to Blog.com. I’m really happy with the results, and hope you’ll continue to follow “No Mas Pantalones” over on this new platform.

All of the old posts have been exported to the new site, but I’m still in the process of updating tags and categories. Also, the “Featured Brands” page on the new “No Mas Pantalones” at Blog.com currently takes you back to the old blog. I hope to have everything up to date by the end of October.

On a final note, if you subscribed by email to the old blog, you will have to subscribe to a new service. You can either use the form on the right hand side of the new site, or follow this link.

Thanks for reading “No Mas Pantalones,” you guys make the time I spend writing posts worthwhile.

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Flower Children‘s t shirts aren’t exactly my style; but there is no denying that their bohemian illustrations, luscious ink/t shirt blank color combinations, and overall branding is anything short of beautiful. “The Psychologist” conjures a scene of M.C. Escher tripping on LSD, doodling the initial sketch of “Relativity.” Most designs are available in both guys and girls cuts, and there’s even a Flower Children skate deck. If you head over to the Flower Children online shop now, you can take advantage of incredible sale prices (ranging from $5 – $12) and free shipping.

Take a moment to check out the Richie Jackson x Flower Children shop as well – I need to order “Cryptoglyph” before it’s too late.

You may have noticed that I try to feature an art print once a week, attempting to keep the price tag under $50. I just picked up expanding my personal little art collection again, my most recent purchases being Straw Castle’s “Pushing Up Daisies” and Rob Osborne’s “G.I. Joe Hand 2 Hand Combat Diagram.” That’s 2 great pieces of art for $30, both signed by the artists.
Continuing my search, finding these Campbell’s ” Andy Warhol” Soup Cans this weekend at Target was probably the most excited I’ve ever gotten over canned goods. The limited edition cans have been released to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Warhol’s “32 Campbellā€™s Soup Cans.” At $0.75 per can, they are well worth the money, and a solid addition to my budget art collection. I think I’m going to pair it with a Warhol reproduction.