Without access to creative online retail stores, America's only clothing options would be the megastore's gray UPC-coded jumpsuits and the thrift store's tattered muumuus. Celebrate uber-creative self-decoration with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of merchandise from San Francisco–based GAMA-GO. Shipping costs are a flat rate of $5; orders of $50 or more ship for free. This Groupon can be redeemed starting July 23.
Launched by apparel-industry entrepreneurs who were kidnapped by a yeti, GAMA-GO purveys a mad ménage of brain-teasing and grin-inducing clothes, accessories, and decorative supplies—many of which feature GAMA-GO's stable of home-grown cartoon characters, such as the angry-looking Deathbot, deadly cute Ninja Kitty, and ubiquitous Yeti. Wear your love for early Nintendo games on your sleeve with the Duck Hunter tee ($28)—a shirt that features Deathbot clutching a presumably lifeless 8-bit duck—and your love of moustaches on your finger with a fingerstache temporary tattoo ($5). The flipper guitar spatula ($12) allows for finely tuned flapjack flipping, a shredding scrambled egg solo, or a virtually painless tortilla beating. Office supplies such as the Yeti Kong floati pen ($5) will keep office drones entertained during dull performance reviews. And an illegal-leaf-shaped pot holder ($8) will keep your home's hot pot from burning your thumb until you’ve cashed its cooking. Celebrate your GAMA-GO purchases with a gulp from a squid wreck pint glass ($12).
Originally launched as a basement T-shirt business, GAMA-GO has evolved into a whole new retail monster in the minds of its creative founders, even enjoying a feature on the Today Show. Although products change from season to season and eventually disappear completely, GAMA-GO's eccentricities of design remain eternal. Add a little pep to the things you wear, the things you accessorize your house with, and the things you accessorize while wearing your house with today’s Groupon.
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- Using its most popular characters -- the Yeti; the Ninja Kitty, a subversive version of the ubiquitous Hello Kitty character; the sinister skull- headed Deathbot; and mischievous TigerLily -- Gama-Go designs limited batches of clothing and accessories, from T-shirts to wallets, serigraph prints, toys and gifts. When the run is sold, the company moves on to another design. – Annie Nakao, San Francisco Chronicle
- Get these creatures on your body, stat. – Michael R., Yelp
- The key holders are adorable! If you're into independently designed graphics, then definitely pop in for a visit. – Candace K., Yelp
- he quality is great, the images are awesome, and it is all limited and new every season. What more could you ask for? – Seasons K., Yelp