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SXSW Geek T-Shirt Photo Essay

Friday, March 19th, 2010

By Larry Smith


In what is now a SXSWi tradition, SMITH’s Larry Smith and Rachel Fershleiser took to the streets (oh fine, to the open bar) to document the oldest form of personal expression since cave painting, the witty T-shirt.

Know these nerds? Recognize your chest? Name ‘em, claim ‘em, tag them on Facebook, fave them on Flickr. And should you doubt the staying power of this series, Google image search nerdy girl—the one who isn’t naked is ours.

Quick links:
This year’s photos on Flickr.
This year’s photos on Facebook.
From the archives: our first geek tee photo essay.

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3 responses

  1. Essay Tips says:

    Nice post, I was going to subscribe to your RSS feed but couldn’t find a link, could you point it out, please?

  2. what is ed hardy t-shirt says:

    glad be he here,thanks for share

  3. Dave Mange says:

    It is a pleasure to find your site it has such a good variety.

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