100% he gets sued by the Mets, or whomever owns the rights to the logo design, if the shirts are marketed.
But wait....he claims it is a parody!
He is going to get sued by both MLB and the NFL. Selling shirts for profit,claiming to be for parody will not work. The names, images etc are trademarked. Boy genius obviously did not invest in legal representation. If these ever hit the market, he is in for an expensive lesson.
You've exposed me! I have interests other than the Jets and Mets!
Wasn't intended to expose you. Just wanted to make sure we were harrassing a male with a bad sense of sports symmetry, not an underage female doing a high-school social media project.
I applaud your attempt at expressing your creativity in a capitalistic fashion. If you want some NY sports ideas that'll actually sell, I'll be happy to provide so long as you post some pics of your wife's feet.
News flash for Sheaski: These wafer-thin t-shirts make you more money and look great on chicks with nips, but 99% of American men between the ages of 30-50 have soft bodies with a bit of pudge here and there. We need thick t-shirts that hang loosely, not thin t-shirts that hug every curve. We go to a store, we see a t-shirt with a cool design, we feel the thickness of the fabric. That's the go/no-go buying decision right there. Doesn't matter how stupendous your designs are, doesn't matter that you're selling "the same quality t-shirt as Banana Republic", they won't sell if they're made of tissue paper.