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Maple & Ash T-Shirts by Anton Anger

Anton Anger says he kept seeing T-shirts with shout-outs to hometown neighborhoods at school and on television, and knew that his 'hood could use a little representation.

Anger studies industrial design at ASU. He lives in the neighborhood outlined by Maple and Ash avenues, just west of campus.

He says it's a tight-knit community with local business hangouts including Casey Moore's, Cartel Coffee Lab, and Ash Avenue Comics & Books.

His Maple & Ash shirts currently come in white and grey, and are $15 at Wet Paint Artist Supply, 806 South Ash Avenue in Tempe.

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