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Throw a Classic Rock Concert on Your Wall


Choose from 29 classic rockers whose stars burnt brightest between the years 1964 and 1976. Four Beatles, two Stones, one Door and more. Also with 3 equipment selections to fill out a space. These wall decals were inspired by the tshirt and letter press poster deisgns (now also a digital print) of the same name.


Vinyl decals are easily applied and can be carefully removed and leave no marks on walls as well. To make application easier you can choose to include tranfer tape with each order, which makes positioning easier — especially when attempting to properly align designs that have more than one color. 

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Our New ???weFab??? Tee Celebrings Fabulous Things


MP3s might seem funnier to some of you than this tee, but as far as we’re conceived this correction of tiny icons is the most wonderfoul one we’ve ever ready.

This tee is more popular than Bulldogs now; we don’t know which will go first – this tee or the laundry. Get it for fellows and birds on American Apparel or get it in standard stock for lads with less fuss.

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80’s Pop Icons on Better Colors & Now on American Apparel


31 music icons of the 1980’s all on one tee. Our classic design from 2009 features pop-icons from the era of Mtv music video — alongside some early legends of what later became the “independent” music scene in the ’90s and some of the most influential artists from the ’80s New Wave phenomenon.


This version #2 also includes 2 new icons not previously seen in version #1. 


The previous version on Alstyle in Highlighter (seen above) or Sepiatone is now on sale for only $17. Just choose “Alstyle -$5” under the Brand selector.

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Chop Shop Tees on Sale for $15


Three designs only $15 at Chop Shop. Printed on Alstyle and some options on American Apparel tees.


“My Heart is Divided” is the heart of a nerd divided into his/her favorite things like sides of beef. Printed on Men’s Alstyle and colors are Black or Charcoal and will be shipped according to availability. Also available for Women on American Apparel Chocolate.

“Four Endings” features four calligraphic elements of the afterlife: Death, Judgement, Hell and Glory. Printed on American Apparel and color is Black.

“Rock N Roll” is just a dude who likes to rock so much his beard produces lightening. Printed on Alstyle and colors are Black or Charcoal and will be shipped according to availability.

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New Print: Phish New Years 2004 Ticket Art


The ticket art for Phish???s 2004 New Years Eve Miami shows is now available as an 11″x17″ print from our Etsy shop. The tickets were for 4 separate shows culminating in the NYE show which seen at far right. Each ticket features some very bizarre alter-world version of Florida. Art ranges from an old man sun (left), old people silver-surfing (center left), squid Miami-Vice and the moon spitting out the new year.

All digital prints are produced and printed on archival Moab Rag Bright white and the weight is 190 GSM. The size is 11″x17″.

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Robot Rock, Rocks on a Tee or as a Print

It so hard for Chop Shop to resist pop-culture references. Our best received designs thus far have been our “weRobot” and “rockStar” tees which contain about 80+ pop-icon references just between the two. So when we came across this image by Richard Miske on flickr, it was like the gods sending us a signal.


Naturally, if robots ruled the world in 1979 instead of 2020… we believe they still would have been inclined to grab the nearest axe and start smashing. You can get the tshirt now from chopshopstore so that when the robot overlords look you over they will know who’s side you are on. Listen as your new robotic overlord speaks, “Male humans go here and female humans go here” or secure your 2-dimensional art version here.

Elvis Presley (self titled) The Clash “London Calling”

What makes this design even more referential than usual is that it pays homage to an album cover that pays homage to yet another album cover. Elvis’ debut album cover is seen above left and The Clash’s epic “London Calling” is to the right. The historic nature of both these records and the fact that there is this visual game shared between the two has led many others to follow the same example hoping just a bit of Elvis and The Clash might rub off on them. Considering some of the titles below… it seems like it just may work.

El Vez’s “El Vez Calling” Tom Waits’ “Rain Dogs” Tony Hawk’s “American Wasteland” Sountrack K.D. Lang’s “Reintarnation”

Now to get back to shameless self-promotion. We would be fools to not ask you to join our Chop Shop newsletter. Coupon codes and free tees are given out willfully and with reckless abandon.

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