"I can't guarantee you will be canceled for wearing a Color Me Canceled Shirt. If you want me to take a dump in a box and mark it guaranteed, I will. I got spare time. But for right now, for your sake, ya might wanna think about buying a quality item from me 'cause I'm gonna give ya the best chance money can buy to be canceled on your own terms, for a good cause, and most importantly, in style." - C.M.C.


“Few of us go through life without being canceled. It is a rite of passage.” ~ Joe Rogen

“A cancelation is a heroic journey. It is a rite of passage that has carried you to an inner place of silence and majesty and encourages you to live life more courageously and genuinely forever.” ~ Emily Dickensen

There aren’t a lot of opportunities for rites of passage, that make you a man.  Wearing your truth on your chest, challenging cancelation, as in a CMC shirt, is one.  Another is war, if it is a just war, but there are so few just ones.  Plus you could get blown up. ~ Sylvaster Stallone

“When my father finally got around to buying me a Donald Trump shirt from Color Me Canceled, he was impressed at my “natural” courage in showing the world my truth, not knowing that I had already been little by little, secretly talking about Donald Trump at school and around the neighborhood. When I wore the shirt, and faced my first cancelation, my father reminded me that “Those people are just pussies, and they can’t take shit from you..  But you already know that.”    It was a major rite of passage for him and my mother. Their perception of me had changed and was formally acknowledged. For me the occasion meant a private sanction to do in public what I had already been doing in secret.” ~ Robert Foghorn

“As a wearer of Color me Canceled T-shirts, I relish and delight in saying things that I’m not necessarily supposed to say. These t-shirts are touching the psyches of a number different age groups. One end is facing the real internal questions of people who are going through rites of passage into adulthood. The other end is the elderly adults in the last years of their life, who have watched their way of life degraded even faster than their health. It’s earth-shaking stuff. Like most of us, I’m in the middle, and I wear them to remind myself I’m still strong, and comfortable in life though I am, still have a lot of fight left in me.” ~ Yur Favoriteactor

“Wearing a Color Me Canceled shirt is one of those modern rites of passage, I think, that lead us from an innocent world of contentment, drunkenness, and good humor, to a state of chronic edginess and scanning of the news.  It also signals that we kept the humor.  It just got a little darker.” ~ J. D. Bellard

The one on the right hides his face, for he is neither cotton nor polyester, but fractions of both.  Buy him, so that he may understand that he is whole, and possessing qualities neither part alone could manage..  

left to right   1) SCREEN PRINT Cotton 2) VIBRANT Polyester 3) VIBRANT Polyester 4) VINTAGE 65%Polyester/35%Cotton

Rendezvous with The Donalds under an orange sky, the moon on fire.  I felt honored, but a little creeped out to be honest.  They must have noticed and extinguished it with their minds, but the night still felt infused with right wing extremism.  I finally experienced what the libs do nightly, but woke up snug and safe in the morning, just like they do.  I’m not saying that if you buy one of these shirts you will set the sky on fire as u walk beneath it, but I’m not saying you won’t either. 

left to right   1) 65%Polyester/35%Cotton 2) Polyester 3) Polyester 4) Cotton

I rode my bike around the city, and with the help of my Trump flask full of whisky, got up the courage to ask a few people if they would put on my shirts and let me take photos of them for this brand.  Here are a few more of my favorites:

“If you cancel me, I shall become more powerful than you can possibly imagine.” -Republi-Can Kenobi


I screen print on US BLANKS and will likely move to ROYAL APPAREL for sublimation (though for now I still have some Jerzees blanks I’m using – highest quality stuff, but I want everything to be US made from my brand).  The price may go up on the sublimation shirts once I’m out of the Jerzees and can buy American.

The US BLANKS shirts are the absolute best blanks I’ve found, though I’ll continue to search for a company more closely mirrors my values.  They are US made entirely, and pay their workers decent wages (but are located in California -and i feel it shows – on their “about us” page).  That said, they really are of an absurdly high quality – and would charge someone other than a wholesaler $34 to buy one from ’em, which plus their shipping is $45.  I use this one from their website:











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I’ll also offer some Comfort Wash t-shirts for screen print, which is like the Comfort Colors blanks you may know.  They’re very high quality,  5.5oz , great length (a little longer than most), expected fit.  Garment Dyed.  I’m just gonna go out on a limb and guess they’re super eco-friendly and like.. inclusive or something.  Obv not made in the US or they’d cost 3x as much, and they’d be advertising THAT instead of inclusivity.  

“For too long, our society has shrugged off cancelation by labeling it a ‘rite of passage’ and has asked people who had wanted to make a living, to simply ‘get over it.’ Those attitudes need to change. Every day, people who can actually think critically, and aren’t fucking lemmings, are bullied into silence and are afraid to speak up. Let’s break this silence and end the cry bullying.”   ~ Linda Nanchez

The best way you can help accomplish what Linda is talking about is download an app like PublicSQ (Public Square) so you can start spending your money with companies that not only don’t hate you, but share your values – shit, at least some of them, and work towards the best for this country.  I’m in the process of listing this site with them now.