A kid at the park the other day had a t-shirt-like romper with a mean-looking girl by Japanese artist Yoshitomo Nara on the front. I asked her mom about it, but all she knew was that it was a gift from a friend in California. I looked around for a while that night and couldn't find anything, so I let it drop.
But I just found a whole selection of Nara t-shirts at 2K, including the "mean girl" edition from the playground. They're $35, and if you're handy with the sewing machine and the scissors, you can convert the shirt into a nearly unique onesie-like outfit for your kid (I say nearly unique because, hello, I just told you I saw one at the park.)
Yoshitomo Nara t-shirts, $35 at 2K t-shirts [2ktshirts.com]
Why can I find a howto for making papertowels into diaper wipes, but not for making t-shirts into onesies?