“WWJD” by Brian Walsby T-shirt


Created by Bifocal Media and drawn by Brian Wallaby, printed on a black unisex shirt. These classic-cut shirts are known for their premium quality, as well as ability to stand up to a washing machine (will keep size and color after many washings). The shirts are 100% fine jersey cotton.

“Jello Biafra was a huge influence on me as a kid. I enjoyed (and continue to enjoy) his biting sarcasm. As a nerdy teenager, I really got into it. As the lead singer of the Dead Kennedys, Jello was one of the pivotal front men of the eighties hardcore punk rock scene. Flash forward a million years later and after befriending Jello (through the Melvins): Jello is still quite busy with plenty of projects (musical and otherwise). He just keeps on going, and that is quite admirable in my book. We talked about doing some sort of t-shirt at the start of the year and together (along with Charles Cardello), we finally came up with this one. A combination of a take on the old Norman Rockwell “Freedom Of Speech” painting with Jello’s “What Would Jello Do?”, which is a spoof that he uses based on…well, you know.” -Brian Walsby

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Dimensions 9 × 4.5 × 1.25 in

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