This week’s highlighted bird-themed shirt is great for backyard birders. Please Feed The Birds is made in the style of parking or rather no parking signs, but it reads Please Feed The Birds instead. The design is available on magnets, stickers, posters, plus our full range of apparel. Shown here on the dark hoodie.
ABOUT ME - My name is Amy and I'm a birder living in central Florida. On this blog I post book and birding product reviews as well as birder gift ideas and announcements related to my birder gift shop on this site. I also have a personal birding blog called Powered By Birds.
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Archive: May, 2009
This week’s highlighted bird-themed shirt is a spoof of Robert Indiana’s famous LOVE design: Pop Art Bird. Indiana made the design in 1964 for the Museum of Modern Art for their Christmas cards. In 1973 the image was used for U.S. postage stamps. Unfortunately for Indiana, he never copyrighted the work and it has been copied and spoofed countless times. Here’s our bird-related take on the iconic design. Shown on the Maternity Dark Tee.
You’ve heard the phrase “The one with the most toys wins” – meaning the person with the most stuff at the time he or she dies, ‘wins’. This week’s highlighted shirt is a play on this but reads instead The One with the Fattest Lifelist Wins. Many birders keep a lifelist (and lots of other kinds of lists, in many cases!) and are always on the lookout to add to it. For a birder, the birds are the ‘toys’ so the fattest lifelist wins! Shown here on our Yellow T-Shirt.
This week’s highlighted bird-themed shirt is Birdaholic, a text-only design in collegiate style. This is a great birding t-shirt for anyone that is really, really into birds. Can’t get enough? You might just be a Birdaholic.