Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 12, 2007
Recently launched apparel brand Atomic Madhouse (http://www.atomicmadhouse.com) will be among the select group of companies providing products for the 2007 "Everybody Wins at the Emmy Awards" Nominee Gift Bags. Atomic Madhouse designer T-shirts were selected exclusively for the gift bags, which will be handed out to the non-winning nominees in the major categories on September 17th, 2007, the day after the Emmy Awards.
"This is really exciting for Atomic Madhouse, especially to be selected exclusively for our designer t shirts," said Frank Forte, co-founder and designer of Atomic Madhouse, an apparel company with a flair for creating unique designs.
Every gift bag will have one men's and one women's comic book sound effects T-shirts, which are printed in the Los Angeles on American Apparel. "We wanted to mix it up so some of the T-shirts bear the AAARRGGH! Designs and others bear the BLAMM! design, " explains Elizabeth J. Musgrave, co-founder and designer. "They each come in a variety of colors."
"Our most popular line is the comic book sound effects T-shirts. We designed the words 'AAARRGGHH', 'BLAMM', and 'KPOWW' in a faded retro comic book style font and silk screened it askew on the shirt," comments Frank. "Everyone who sees them cracks a smile."
About Atomic Madhouse:
Atomic Madhouse is an up-and-coming designer t-shirt and apparel company formed by artist Frank Forte and writer Elizabeth J. Musgrave that is dedicated to developing great images and slogans that are unique and trendy.
About Frank Forte:
Frank Forte has worked as an animator and storyboard artist on such shows as "Hi Hi Puffy Ami Yumi," "Kid Notorious" and "Re-Animated." He is also the president of Asylum Press, a publishing house dedicated to cutting edge comic books and graphic novels. His clients include "The Drew Carey Show," Comedy Central, Revolution Studios, Raw Nerve Films, and Marvel Entertainment.
About Elizabeth J. Musgrave:
Elizabeth J. Musgrave has over 10 plays and one feature film to her credits. In 2006, her play "Darwin's Pate" premiered in Los Angeles to great reviews. For her screenplays, she has placed quarter-finals and semi-finals in The Chesterfield Writer's Film Project, Writers' Script Network, and Fade In competitions. Additionally, she has placed in the quarter-finals for her TV spec in the Scriptapalooza contest.