Duncan Jones left the Highland Park bubble, moved to Austin, and started a Wild World, a company creating earth-friendly, nature-inspired tees. (See my favorites above.) For each shirt that sells, a kid in need gets one, too. Choose from a handful of animal awareness slogans on adult tees and baby onesies. (I like the “blind date” bat shirt above and the “trail mix” for baby.) All tees ship free. Woo hoo! He’s also currently hunting for a publisher to send his If I Were a Frog book into the loving hands of children, so holler at him if you love it (particularly if you’re a publisher). Currently, he’s online only, but hopefully you’ll see his goods in stores around town soon.
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