This week's highlighted t-shirt design is one of our best-sellers, and in fact we saw this shirt on the boardwalk at Magee Marsh back in 2010 during the Biggest Week in American Birding!
This week's highlighted t-shirt is an oldie but a goodie. The reemergence of the Ivory-billed Woodpecker has been a controversial subject for several years.
Our series of Ivory-bill designs were some of the first designs in our shop when we first opened. This one, iLive, is an iPod advert spoof. The white part of the design, the headphones in those old iPod ads, is the woodpecker's ivory bill in this case.
iLive is shown here on a women's v-neck shirt.
I've had this little solar fountain since April, 2013. I bring it out in the winter here in Florida to provide water to our birds during the dry season. The little frog bubbles water and the motion is attractive to passing birds.
This ceramic basin comes with a ceramic frog figure that sits atop a solar-powered pump. The pump is hooked up to a small solar panel with a long wire. Place the panel in the sun and the frog will stream water into the basin. The basin is nice and shallow, the perfect depth for birds to drink and bathe. In the spring especially ours is heavily used by flocks of American Robins and Cedar Waxwings.
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.
Pop Art Bird is shown here on a women's hoodie.