An article in today’s Orlando Sentinel explores the burgeoning market of memorial t-shirts.  Sometimes call RIP shirts, the clothing is emblazoned with photos of the deceased and relevant text.

Annice 'Neda' Pierresaint, in her residence Saturday, shows T-shirts she had made to honor her son Marlo D'Juan Jackson, who was murdered.

Annice ‘Neda’ Pierresaint, above, wears a RIP shirt to her cashier job at Costco.

Read the full story at the Orlando Sentinel website.

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