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…Starbucks wants you to make your own drink shirt?

My Starbucks T-Shirt

Starbucks has teamed up with Project Runway season three finalist Mychael Knight to bring you the My Starbucks T-Shirt, a custom creation with your drink of choice boldly displayed across the front. The limited edition shirts (10,000 total) are being given away until February 28th, with a limited number designated for each day, so you need to be on the ball (which means that, by posting this, I’m also lowering my own chances of getting a shirt, but that’s a risk I’m willing to take for you). Just sign on at 10 AM PST, design your own shirt, and order. It’s as easy as that. You can either go with authenticity so that you can just point to your shirt when you’re ordering a drink (though I’d only recommend you do this once or twice as I’m sure it would get very old to the baristas very quickly), or you can design a shirt with the most outlandish drink you can possibly create. The choice is yours.

[My Starbucks T-Shirt]

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…Reebok is still using the pump?

Reebok Premier Pump Paris Trainer

The pump is back with the new Reebok Premier Pump Paris Trainer, a shoe that gives you “customized fit, support and comfort”. Plus, did I mention they’ve got the pump? Retrotastic.

[Via: Acquire]

…Fish can get tattoos too?

I recently picked up a few new fish for my tank, but somehow I missed the latest innovation in the fish market: the fish tattoo. Done with either dyes or a low level laser, the tattoos can be customized to be or say anything you wish. The days of designer fish are upon us.

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…iVue lets you see your iPod?


Apple gives you black and white, and ColorWare will give you the rainbow, but only iPodMods can give you clear. Their new iVue Crystal Clear Panels are hard, resilient, and scratch-resistant cases, allowing you to “see the inner workings of your musical companion” in either 5th Generation Video, 1st Generation Nano, or 4th Generation iPod form. The future of iPod customization is clear.


[Via: Uncrate]