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T-Shirt Time Isn’t Just for the ‘Jersey Shore’

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How MTV’s most lucrative guidos managed to turn a mundane task into an anticipated mini-celebration and coin yet another catchphrase, “T-shirt Time!”,  is a conundrum. But who needs explanation when there are multiple sets of rippling abs to distract you from the stupidity of it all.

Nonetheless, no promises will be made that like-bodied Italian meatballs will attend Make Goods, Do Goods, a tee-making workshop – part of the Invisible Instructions art exhibition and micro-festival hosted by Mikey 1Soul, SpazeCraft One and Greg Barber. (BTW, is there a crazy name-generating app we don’t know about?)

Participants will experience three alternative art-making processes, including silk screening; bleach-based spray stenciling; and transforming T-shirts into shoulder bags, an eco-friendly process called up-cycling. Once everybody is up to speed on how Ed Hardy makes a living, they’ll get to combine any two of the processes to create their own limited-edition 'œart gift' to take home.

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Walk-ins are welcome, but advance registration will ensure participation as space is limited to 25.

Fist pumps all around.

Make Goods, Do Goods
Culture Fix
9 Clinton St at E Houston St [Lower East Side]
Sunday, Dec. 19
5:00- 7:00pm
Suggested donation: $15

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Mikey Rox - Cut-Rate Copywriter

Mikey Rox is an award-winning journalist/writer whose work has appeared in more than 80 regional, national and international print and digital publications. He resides in Manhattan with his partner. When Mikey's not uncovering the best that NYC has to offer, he's crashing roof parties with open bars. Because he can.