It’s surprising how fast time flies. I can still remember the first day we had cable at home. The details are fuzzy, but I remember that feeling of having more than three channels to choose from.
Before cable, my aunt, who used to live in the US at the time, would send me betamax tapes of Sesame Street. I watched them over and over. When cable finally came along, there were channels dedicated to kids like me. At the time, I must have been around eight. That’s when I discovered cartoons. Shows like GI Joe, Transformers and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Donatello was my favorite).
These cartoons have been around longer than I thought. I did a quick Google search for 90’s cartoons because I assumed that’s when most of these cartoons came out. I was surprised to find that many of my earliest cartoon memories were actually from the 80’s.
It’s funny how these seemingly inconsequential cartoons still have an impact today. Giant big budget movies have come out based on many of the old cartoons we used to watch as a kid. I can only imagine what my eight year old brain would do if he saw the hyper realistic giant Ninja Turtles of today.
With this little bit of nostalgia in mind, we’d like to introduce to you the summer collection of Zerothreetwo. We poked some fun on our favorite cartoons. Our designer, Jake, did a great job showing our nostalgic tongue and cheek side. These shirts will first be available at the Assembly Online and will be officially released early May 2015.