I hesitated posting this, because I think the last thing J.D. Salinger was interested in was publicity of any kind. Yet…I love his works, and it is sad that he passed away. I started his story, Raise High the Roofbeams, Carpenters, on the exact night that he died (before I knew), which is a little strange. Maybe that’s fitting though. To sum it up: R.I.P. J.D. Salinger–you were a damn good writer.

Hopefully it doesn’t get on anyone’s nerves that I sometimes just use shirts as a way to talk about things I care about which would otherwise have no reason to be on a t-shirt blog.

Posted by Colin

Colin is a graphic t-shirt enthusiast living in Hanoi, Vietnam. When he's not browsing the latest graphic t-shirts, you can find him freelance writing for clients or sharing his latest travels.

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  1. […] to the vintage graphics, which are still quite lovely decades after their original release.  The Catcher in the Rye cover is particularly beautiful — great use of negative space and color.  I also adore the […]

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