History of Facial Hair from wireandtwine.com

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Ever wonder if the man you met had a Van Dyke or a Soul Patch, well now there’s a t-shirt that will help you with those subtle distinctions, the Facial Hair Shirt from wireandtwine.com – One really nice thing, and extremely ironic is that they give 10% of the t-shirt profits to Locks For Love, which provides hairpieces for kids who have lost their hair going through chemo and the like.

Here’s some details on the shirt, with the key to the different types of facial hair:

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They don’t have a tonne of tee’s but if they continue to put out t-shirts with this much thought and care I hope they go far.

They sent me a couple of shirts and even the way they packaged it made me smile, thanks guys.

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4 Responses to “History of Facial Hair from wireandtwine.com”

  1. Florian says:

    Hi,
    I found your blog via google by accident and have to admit that youve a really interesting blog :-)
    Just saved your feed in my reader, have a nice day :)

  2. [...] The Tiishirt from Wire & Twine totally sets the bar for love poured into a t-shirt. They only have a few designs by each one is meticulously designed (see the History Of Facial Hair as another example). Here’s a video of their production process, it’s totally worth a look: [...]

  3. [...] For all you type nerds out there this Hel Fucking Vetica t-shirt is designed by Khoi Vinh (design director of the NYT Online and owner of Subtraction) and distributed through Wire & Twine (who also brought you the graphic history of facial hair). [...]

  4. Very nice t-shirt…im sure many people and visitors of this blog are very interested to have that….

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