Bo is a guy who sells t-shirts from a booth at a farmer's market in Montpelier, Vermont. He is also, he writes, a "special educator/foster parent (and recently a proud dad) who prints each shirt one-at-a-time."
I thought that was the end of the story. I was very mistaken. Folks from the farmer's market began to request their own "EAT MORE KALE" shirts. With Paul and Kate's blessing I began printing what was soon to be my best-selling design. As for "what does it mean?" It means something different to so many people. Some take it literally, others see it as social commentary. It reminds me to think of what I eat. It makes me think of good food grown in a sustainable manner by local farmers.In any case, his shirts are all over the world now. Eat more kale! It's one of Dr. Fuhrman's super foods.