John had the fortunate experience of running the Reykjavik Marathon in Iceland, and all he got was this lousy t-shirt. He decided to hang it in his man cave (aka garage) and asked us to do something fun. He didn’t have any photos of the trip but with a little help from Google we were able to track down the course map. The shirt was first stitched to foam core for shape and then further stitched to a Red Hot Crescent Select mat. We floated the map and stitched it to the t-shirt so that should the marathon itch need scratching, John could wear this shirt again. The black angled frame is from Omega Moulding and the glass is Tru Vue Conservation Clear to ensure no fading of the mat, shirt or map.
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- Post published:June 17, 2011
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