Friday, December 17, 2010

The EV Grieve Last-Minute Gift Guide

aka, Random EV-related Gifts that We'd Like to See!






















Sadly (or not!), none of these item are actually available for sale... but we can dream about the possibilities while goofing around at Cafe Press.

34 comments:

East Village Blog Mafia Girl said...

These tees and thong are great!!Nice idea for a stocking stuffer.

Anonymous said...

These are all great but the "Will Pretend to Cook for a Liquor License" apron is pure genius.

C Merry said...

NOOes! Reading from the top down I was all which will I get lol then its all LIES :)
lol you should!
:)

Jeremiah Moss said...

agreed--the apron is pure genius. i wish these really were available for sale, though.

EV Grieve said...

Ha. Thanks.

I don't actually know how Cafe Press works. SO we can make this stuff in batches and sell it an at ENORMOUS markup and, with the money, rent that $30K apartment on E. 1st Street? Woo!

But seriously — I have my eye on that thong.

Morgan Tsvangirai said...

Haha these are all good. How about one about the SBS?

"I Got Left Behind by the Select Bus Service"

meh

glamma said...

"my other car is the EV Lambo." HAHAHA!
I would seriously buy like 5 of these.

EV Heave said...

I didn't even merit a coffee mug or something?

I threw up on the Cooper Union.

Jen said...

You can put them up on Zazzle really easily! You set the price for what they cost and how much of a markup you want to take, and they make them to order. They're really reasonable and have a holiday sale going on now too. You should do it! zazzle.com

Jill said...

hahaha

esquared said...

you should start selling them this at etsy, fo' real

i'll take the trucker hat

i want an ev blog mafia emboriderd on a pink polo shirt

marjorie said...

BRILLIANT. in your honor i raise my red plastic cup and yell WHOO and fall down.

Goggla said...

You need to open a pop-up shop!

Bowery Boy said...

Excellent!!!
Can we get one about the Bowery devastation?

Anonymous said...

Great job

Anonymous said...

EV Spring Break 2011: Pure genius.

Anonymous said...

These are awesome. You are truly the best.

Happy Holidays, Grieve!

WB said...

I really want some of these. They're fantastic.

anonymoose said...

17th: please make these! We would happily consume...

Anonymous said...

Start selling these!!

dmbream said...

Crying.

Well played, sir.

:-D

EV Grieve said...

And I just realized that the water bottle is supposed to say "Property of A Building WATER polo team"

@evheave

Maybe if you posted something more than once a month.

Anonymous said...

Onesie and apron are my personal favorites. Even though I already commented, I had to read them again.

You are a gem, Grieve.

~evilsugar25 said...

holy crap most of these are GREAT. cafe press them now!

Anonymous said...

Genius!

TheBigLife said...

The apron is genius!

dgoodson said...

Dear Santa,

This product line. Now.

Lisa said...

Laughed so hard I cried. What a fantastic imagination you have, Grieve, so glad you put it to such good use. I'd be happy to have any of these under my tree, but EV Lambo and Pretend to Cook are by far my faves. Seriously, you could probably sell a craphouse full of these things, think about it!

Melanie said...

I love them all. Pure Genius!!!

EV Grieve said...

Well, thank you everyone... Let me look into how all this might work...

Anonymous said...

hi its baby dive here!


love the T!! and to think, i am here because my parents did meet at superdive.

hmmmm. santa, can you please reopen superdive this spring?

Alex in NYC said...

I'm late to the table, but these are AWESOME.

Anonymous said...

hey actually i think there's like real simple iron on stuff you can buy that you can print from a computer and iron it on your self, anyones know about this? makes me pine for the old days in the 80s when you walked into a tshirt shop and requested any block lettered shirt or glittery iron on that you wanted, member those? -stef

Jill said...

Yes you can buy iron on transfer paper at Staples. It works pretty well. I bought $5 t-shirts at Uniqlo and ironed on pictures my son made, gave them as xmas gifts. Be careful about which kind you buy - the ones for dark t-shirts have a white background so you have to either only use a white shirt, or cut around the design very closely. Other kinds have clear backgrounds.