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Denver designer's Obama shirt was DNC's best -- and it's still available

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Of all the Obama T-shirts being slung during the Democratic National Convention, it was the one above that stood out to me (and many of the people who saw our Obama-shirt slideshow). Designed by Denver DJ and musician Dameion Hines, it depicts Obama on the ones and twos, spinning the sounds of hope and change (or something like that). It carries the slogan: "Obama: That's My DJ."

Sadly, I never came across Hines's stand, so I couldn't snag the shirt during the DNC. But it turns out they're still available on Hines's web site, soundcollege.net. They're $25. Money well spent, if you ask me. -- Joe Tone

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