If you've got a couple of hundred bucks to hand, you can pick up a pair of their rather fine ampersand bookends in cast iron (bet the shipping cost is gonna cause some damage), or for slightly less cash (and a third of the weight) you can get them in cast aluminum.
Or, if your wallet's not feeling quite so hefty, you can grab an ampersand t-shirt for just $26. We're getting one sent over, and it's only costing us £20 including shipping.
Looks like the design kids over at Supremebeing (watch out, noisy link) have got all printy for their Spring Summer Collection.
There's their CMYK Process T-shirt up top, with registration marks and everything, available in grey and white, from Stand-Out.net.
And then there's their set of individual Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black Ts, available from Urbanindustry.co.uk.
Very tasty. Thrill your friends with your great fashion sense, then bore them for hours with explanations about the intricacies of lpi vs dpi, spot varnishes and stochastic screening.
FOOTNOTE: We're still hankering after a rather lovely CMYK T that the V&A shop was selling for a while, which had a circle for each of the CMYK letters, each of which looked like they were dripping slightly. If anyone knows who did them, or where they're available, do give us a shout. Cheers!
FOOTNOTE UPDATE: Ah, how good is this? Danny Heffer, the designer of the V&A CMYK T-shirt, reads this blog, and got in touch. Find him and his stuff at the We Make It Better blog (we're really hoping that name's not in reference to us...)