The man needed new shirts. And what happens when shirt are plain ans boring? We paint them, with stencils! Like so:
Ken wore this shirt to work already and got a lot of "The S is backwards!". Oh really? Hadn't noticed. That why it's not a Superman Shirt, but a Bizarro Shirt. Bizarro is the "perfect imperfect duplicate of Superman". The stencil is made from the superman logo, cut out on sticky foil from the other side, so it's a backwards S.
Next we got an Incredible Hulk Shirt. Found the stencil here.
Incredibly strong and oh so angry... not.
And here's a pretty mermaid on the thrifted Paris Shirt.
The black outlining was for placing the stencil exactly on the coffee stains, so hey would be covered up with paint. Of course the striped shirt from Paris had coffee spots! Hopefully the chalk outlines come off in the wash.
And here's my try to create some bleach stencil art on a shirt with the paper from the back of the sticky foil.
Nailed it! Oh, what a pretty obese mermaid. Could be worse though, at least you can still see what it's supposed to be.
Using stencils and painting clothes is a lot of fun. And you get to show off the results every day, if you want. It's always fun to say: "I made that myself".
PS: Check out all these funky geeky crafts at the Nerd'n'Geek Linkparty <3