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The New Bullish Logo on Shirts from ooShirts

January 13, 2012

I received an email in December from ooShirts, which offered to put anything I wanted on a t-shirt. I had been thinking about having a Bullish logo designed, so I explained the concept of a “bullicorn” to my graphic designer. (The idea grew, originally, out of this column: Bullish: How To Be A Productivity Unicorn).

Uploaded to the ooShirts design interface, it looked like this:

I ordered the green v-neck shown above and a heather blue t-shirt. I waited until after my latest hair appointment to take a photo:

This one fit pretty well. ooShirts doesn’t carry extra-smalls, so I now have a (huge) small green Bullish t-shirt to gift to someone with sizable breasts.

Here’s a kind of aggressive looking one, if it is indeed possible to look aggressive in a t-shirt:

If I had a magical horn, I would totally shoot beams of light out of it right now.

Comments

2 Responses to “The New Bullish Logo on Shirts from ooShirts”

  1. Jenny on January 23rd, 2012 6:40 pm

    I hope we’ll be able to order these!!!

  2. Bullish Turns Two! Ballsy Advice on Work, Life, Men, Money, and Unicorns : GetBullish on July 23rd, 2012 7:49 pm

    [...] During this time, I’ve also begun writing regularly about a topic I call “gentlewomanly living,” and about unicorns. Why unicorns? I think a lot of people out there are giving similar business advice, but with different aesthetics. The same time management principles are called “lifestyle design” when marketed to women and “life hacking” when marketed to men. Nothing wrong with either; sometimes the same product needs different packaging. So why be an “email ninja” when you could be a “productivity unicorn”? If baseball and golf metaphors are judged work-appropriate and men bring the lessons of Little League and playground scuffles into the boardroom, well, then: WE DEMAND UNICORNS. I support metaphor equity. (Also: bullicorns!) [...]

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