Microsoft Tries Their Hand at T-Shirt Graphics

Microsoft Tries Their Hand at T-Shirt Graphics

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Taryn Williford
Dec 10, 2008

Apparently trying to recapture an era and "tap the nostalgia of when PCs were just starting to change our lives," Microsoft is launching a clothing line. Yes, you read that right. The line, called Software (clever, amirite?), looks like a bunch of Urban Outfitter knock-off knock offs made only slightly more legit by the fact that they are actually manufactured by the computing giant itself. That, and apparently rapper Common has had a hand in designing the graphics. Yes, you read that right, too. Apparently Jerry Seinfeld wasn't available...

The line will be available in 'selected stores' after December 15th and sell for $15.

The shirts are partially designed by rapper Common, because he will apparently help "showcase the DOS days of the software company that now connects over a billion people." Yeah, we don't get the logic either.

Tell us: Are you gonna be stuffing any stockings with Software shirts this holiday season?

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