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Ex-Boyfriend is a California-based indie clothing brand featuring graphic tshirts, hoodies and accessories inspired by pop culture, geekery, word play, and classic pop art. All products feature original illustrations by Art Institute of Pittsburgh graduate Matt Snow. Snow’s signature sense of humor and playfulness transforms each T-shirt and messenger bag from wearable to conversation piece. The brand's T-shirts have earned notice from high-profile geek culture blogs including Gizmodo and Topless Robot.[verification needed] Ex-Boyfriend T-shirts have also been seen on network television shows such as Fox's Raising Hope and ABC's Modern Family.
The brand has several signature characters that frequently appear on products, including Fuzz Aldrin and Victorious Yeti.
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Christy Zuccarini. "Featured Crafters: Matt Snow and Meredith Keller of Ex-Boyfriend", The Baltimore Sun, February 2009
Mark Wilson. "Segway Shirt Clarifies Just How You 'Roll'", Gizmodo, February 4, 2009
The-Lisa. "Thing du Jour: Fuzz Aldrin T-Shirt" The N, June 2009
Laureen Mahler. "Shirt of the Day: As Nerdy as It Gets" Nerve.com, March 2009
"Msnbc.com readers show off their awesome, tech/sci-centric shirts" MSNBC.com, September 2009
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