Friday, October 19, 2007

Been a while...

So, I think it's been almost a year since I have posted on the clothesline blog. Its probably been since last march that i made any real revisions to the over all site. I always add new shirts here and there, but the design of the site was getting old to me. So i am pleased to announce clotheslinecompany.com v.3.
Along with the new site design, I am also happy to announce a ton of new designs, ranging from detroit nostalgia, movie quotes and drinking games for the tailgating season. I think in the last couple of months I have added 10 new shirt designs. Hope everyone enjoys and I will make sure to comtribute to the blog more now that the site has new legs.

Wednesday, June 28, 2006

Bless You Boys


Hey, a certain team from Detroit that has sucked for soooo long... doesn't suck anymore. For Real. Baseball season in Detroit doesn't have to be that boring time of year in between basketball and football season. The boys of summer are back and finally they are representing they way they should be. In celebration of all this we have added vintage Bless you Boys Tees. This was popular in 1984, the last time we won, we are hoping the spirit of that year will rub off on this one. Go buy one today and support your team. There are many different styles to choose from. http://www.cafepress.com/clotheslineco/1545723

INTONATION MUSIC FEST chicago, last weekend



So I skipped Bonaroo the weekend before last and I missed some great music there is no doubt. To make up for being so lame, I, from Detroit, and my buddy from Louisville, met in Chicago last weekend for the Intonation Music Fest. No, it by no means is the size of some summer festivals, but, 2 FULL days, I didn't miss any work, the music started at 1 and went till about 11 or so, and at night you could go to the city and sleep in a bed and shower and all that good stuff. During the day outside, lovely weather in union park, and two stages so there was no wait in between bands which included... the streets, the stills, robert pollard, bloc party, lupe fiasco, jon brion and more. Now i am not going to say all the bands were awesome but the ones I went to see were great. The best part was... 2 day passes were 35 bucks. That's the cost of a single concert these days. Jon Brion alone was worth shelling it out that and the gas money.
The music gods were smiling on us this year too. We woke up sunday morning to find it raining. By the time we made it to the show though it had stopped, and it held off all day, except for a slight sprinkle during the final set with Bloc Party and that was alright. As soon as we got in our respective cars to head home, after a bit of a walk, the sky opened up and it poured. That was no problem though, only problem was getting back and going to work the next day, which in fact was the same day because we got home around 5am, work starts at 9 and you can never fall right to sleep after that car ride. Check it out. for next year... http://www.intonationmusicfest.com/
And if you go you might as well have a nice tshirt, I know where to find one of those.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Introducing...

Welcome to the clothesline blog. As you may or may not have noticed, we have updated the clothesline company site. We were adding pictures, and new shirts, and we decided it was about time we jumped on the bandwagon and we added a blog. I am hoping to use space as "news" section for the store. New shirt designs, updates and anything else happening around the shop will be announced here. Also, if we find something on the internet that's interesting, links that are worthwhile, or if something cool is going on around town you'll see that here too. If you didn't get here through the store... check it out.
www.clotheslinecompany.com
All kinds of fun stuff is in store for the summer, so check back soon, and go check out the clothesline co.