Posted by Trustpigs June 23, 2012

Super7 head honcho Brian Flynn is showing his respect for Hong Kong martial arts master Bruce Lee in the form of a brilliantly designed minimalist t-shirt. Printed on a yellow cloth, reminiscent of the color of Lee's iconic tracksuit from Game of Death, the imagery evokes the mask Lee wore to portray Kato on the famous Green Hornet television show, the tinted sunglasses that Lee wore frequently in his day-to-day life, and the four strike marks made recognizable from Enter the Dragon. What's interesting is the choices and their order: Green Hornet is the program typically credited as bringing Lee to the attention of Western audiences, the glasses were a staple of his wardrobe, and Enter the Dragon was the final film Lee completed; even the Game of Death yellow makes one remember that it was the final film Lee was working on when he died.

This lovely tribute on rich Cotton is available from WearsMyShirt for $32, which includes shipping within the U.S. This is part of the limited "Year of the Dragon" series, which benefits the Bruce Lee Foundation.

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