Fab tentacle shirts and tentacle dresses by Robyn Raygun are now available through online mega-retailer Think Geek. The Think Geek folks described Robyn Raygun’s work as embodying what cool teenage DIY T-shirt projects were supposed to turn out like if they were art.
The big project that I have been hinting at FOREVER is finally here!! ThinkGeek.com is now carrying my Tentacle Dress and Shirt!!! ZOMG. I can’t tell you all the screaming and crazy laughing that came outta me when the order from them was official. Check out this super pro fotos too! Raygun Domination is clearly here.
ThinkGeek :: Tentacle Tee Dress and ThinkGeek :: Tentacle Shirt.
Tentacle Shirt: Free Hugs!
You know, it’s a revelation when you see a DIY project you did in high school done really well. “Oh, so THAT’S what it’s supposed to look like.” That’s exactly what we thought when we saw this bleach-stenciled apparel. For us, bleach stencils were mandated when our unique teenage combination of lazy and messy ruined our favorite shirts. This tentacle stuff elevates the common bleach stencil to a whole other level, so we were pretty excited when this artist out of Baltimore got to the point where she could accommodate ThinkGeek’s cephalopodic needs. Note that because the design is handmade for each shirt, the placement of the tentacles on each garment is unique. We don’t know what you’re going to get, but we can promise it won’t look just like it does in these photos. That’s how art works.
Tentacles twine around the front of this black, 100% cotton t-shirt. It’s ringspun which makes it softer to the touch than our standard tees.
Tentacle Dress: Tentacles twine around the front of this 55% cotton, 45% polyester jersey black dress. It’s 3.8 oz. which makes it soft to the touch. It’s a cute dress, but it also works as a tunic if you choose to pair it with leggings. Note: Please reference the table below to choose your size. This is the same brand as many of our babydolls, so it should fit pretty much identically, with a little less shrinkage after washing. Length is measured from the highest point of shirt, which is generally the back collar on one side of the neck.