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I'm With Stupid: Think You Can Do Better?

If you're like me, you've got a list in your notebook with all the funny quotes you want to put on a t-shirt someday. Number one on my list: "I Just Don't Get Dick From Richard". That one cracks me up every time. Okay, maybe you're not like me, but I'm sure you've all said to yourself, "That would make an awesome shirt!" Now you can put that quirky message on a T, and wear it for all to see!

The Popfuel Screenprinting Studio is hosting three one-day screenprinting workshops, on June 9th, 10th and 16th. Learn how to professionally screenprint in just eight hours, and make your own unique shirts, bags, posters and buttons. Popfuel is a membership-supported organization, offering space for Toronto screenprinters (and those that are interested in learning the process) a clean, professional environment to work in.

The workshop fee is $150, and that includes all materials needed.
Become a member and you have access to the studio for a full year (that's a lot of t-shirts!).
Membership costs $345 ($150 workshop and $195 membership).

Popfuel is located at 444 Dufferin St (on the corner of Alma). For further details or to sign up, visit Popfuel's site or call Jeremy Wilson at (416) 820-3025. Workshops are limited to 5 people per day, so make the call now!

Some other ideas for a shirt:
"Your Car Is Killing Me"
"Does Not Play Well With Idiots"
"I Have 39 Friends on Facebook; I'm So Popular!"

Any more?

Photo by blogTOer Sameer Vasta.


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