T-shirts, Phone Cases, Wall Art
Don't Care Bears Tee Design by Alex Solis
Reviewed by: Lucky
Don't Care Bears tee design by Alex Solis features a bad attitude spoof of the Care Bears in front of a broken rainbow. One has a headband, a cigar, a baseball bat and has a lightening bolt symbol on its stomach. A second bear has a double lightening bolt tattoo on its head, spiked bracelets, holds a spray can and has a skull and crossbones on its tummy. The third and final bear has a pair of sunglasses, brass knuckles, a cartoon throwing star in hand and has a frowny face on its abdomen.
The Don't Care Bears tee is for the people that hate commercialism and those that generally don't give a damn. Care Bears were created by the American Greetings Corporation LLC in the 1980's in the same fashion that HE-MAN was created, to target kids and sell them merchandise. Not the other way around. Those cute colorful fluffy bastards were and are pure evil stinking of corporate greed.
The Don't Care Bears tee is the perfect response to the Care Bear plague for anyone that lived in the 80's and has a strong sense of sarcasm, twisted humor and that are generally just meh.
Alex Solis is the King of Parodies. His artwork is detailed, bold and clever enough to slap people to get their attention. The illustration is a lot like the actual Care Bears just "darker" in every sense of the word. Alex executed the concept flawlessly as usual. It is only available in Men's and Women's Tees, sorry kiddos.
The Don't Care Bears design makes for a great casual shirt to be worn around people born in the 1980's or around uptight people to make them uncomfortable. You know the types. Like the people that actually liked the Care Bears.
Don't Care Bears Tee Design by Alex Solis.
Is available on: Tees and Phone Cases. Black fabric is mandatory and it works well with this artwork. The review breakdown is as follows:
Don't Care Bears Tee Design
The products and retailer Threadless are of the highest quality at fair prices such as $25 for a Tee, $39 for a Sweatshirt and $49 for a Hoodie (with “On-sale” prices ranging from $7-$15 per tee). As for the tees, the Threadless brand of blanks are soft and extremely comfortable. As for the printing method, this one uses the superior old fashioned screen printing technique.
They have been known to remove tees from their warehouses that do not meet their high standards of quality. They rather take a loss than sell an inferior product. They are that committed.
Since they are screen printed, this means that usually there is no choice of a fabric color, what you see is all that there is for this design.
On the downside, their size selection is rather limited and the big and tall tend to miss out on some great shirts.
Overall, we feel that this Don’t Care Bears tee design is a worthy purchase and therefore should not result in any buyer’s remorse.