A jellyfish's handshake is simultaneously weak and poisonous, which is why they seldom make good first impressions. Avoid the jellyfish effect by donning clever new duds with today's Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of graphic apparel designed by Canadian artist Per-Henrik Guerth available in store at Red Maple.
Per-Henrik Guerth pens humorous cartoon depictions of Canadian denizens and rugged wildlife on conversation-starting T-shirts, aprons, sleepwear, and baby clothes. Famous drawings include The Canadian White House, which depicts a stately igloo adorned with the Canadian flag; Canadian Fast Food!, which unlocks the mystery of how grizzlies eat on the go; and Canadian Polar Bear in Snow Storm, illustrating how the creatures craftily blend in at weddings to steal shrimp cocktail. Proclaim Great White North pride with these designs in wardrobe-bolstering T-shirts ($19.95) or aprons ($21.99). Hats ($16.95) protect head tops and boxers enliven midnight fridge raids. Guerth started the Per-Design line in 1999, and donated the official Friends in High Places logo to the Canadian Rocky Mountain parks, to which he also donates proceeds from logo-bearing merchandise sold in park gift shops.
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