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The new geek-oriented shop (G33K) at 130 Main Street has opened! They don’t have their full line of items in stock yet, but among the things they do have are T-shirts. Among their many prints are these great Fiesta-themed designs, held here by the store owner, Allen Chamberlain:
Let’s look at those closer up. The one on the left is for those of us who are nostalgic for the good old video games like Mario Brothers:
The other appeals more to the Italian spirit:
But the coolness of these shirts isn’t just in their design. They are actually printed right in the store while you wait, so you can choose the color and size of the shirt, and if you are lucky you might even get to look behind the scenes and watch the shirt get printed and then “cooked” to make the colors last. Here are some shots of one of the Greasy Pole shirts being printed:
Then it gets “baked” to fix the pigments:
All of this in a matter of maybe 15 minutes. And he can print custom T-shirts with the same process, although getting your home-made computer art ready to print can take a bit longer, apparently.
They also sell other things related to video games, role-playing games, etc., but I was told one of our other blog contributors is preparing a post about the store in general, so I won’t go into detail. However, I couldn’t help wanting to highlight these great shirts this weekend, and the high-tech in-store process behind them!
-Fr. Matthew Green
Update: I just placed an order for a bunch of T Shirts in sm-med-lg-xl and xxl sizes stonewashed blue and white and pink so if you want a free “Christmas In Gloucester CD” write me at firstname.lastname@example.org
They won’t be available til after Christmas other than the ones I already have here listed down below in this post but you can order ahead.
I told myself I was done but people keep asking for other sizes than what I had listed so I figured I’d place an order for a bunch of different sizes. as always Paulie Walnuts will be doing the printing.
My buddy Joe Langhan dropped off some “Christmas in Gloucester”-CD’s
Christmas In Gloucester is an original CD with songs and music created by local artists Allen Estes, Dennis “Fly” Amero, Dave Brown and others. All songs were written by Frank Tedesco.
You can see a video of one of the songs
Walgreens 201 Main Street
Gloucester Music 210 Main Street
Mystery Train Records 21 Main Street
Wolf Hill 104 Eastern Ave
Great stocking stuffer!
Or you can get one of the six copies I have for free with the purchase of any of my matted or framed prints, just email me at email@example.com and let me know.
Email before you stop down so I can make sure I’m here for you when you drop down.
I have a bunch of matted photos that are in protective cello sleeves ready for framing. I won’t be able to ship these but have them down here at the dock. Email me if you are in need of some Christmas presents. They are all wrapped in cello and ready to hand out.
I also have 2 small white T Shirts wrapped in cello, 1 XXL T Shirt In White Unwrapped and 1 Medium Long Sleeve White T Shirt Unwrapped. You get a free CD with any T Shirt Purchase from now til Christmas or while the CD’s last.
T Shirt Logo Designed by Beth Swan and Printed By Paulie Frontiero.
Chef Erik Lorden is touting The Rogue Burger as The Largest On Cape Ann. If one of our contestants finishes it this morning they will be the proud owner of this sweet limited edition T-Shirt.
It’s going to be a knock down drag out battle with this burger. 10AM Saturday, Passports- Be There To Cheer On Our Challengers!
I will personally donate a limited edition Captain Joe and Sons T Shirt to any broads that want to come down in a cheerleader outfit to cheer on the contestants and be part of the video taping.
Available…….You guessed it, at The Cape Ann Farmer’s Market Thursday evenings at Harbor Loop!
Come join the positive vibes.