Now You Can Show Your Love for Joe Burrow’s Press Conference Glasses on a T-Shirt

The “Joey Warhol” design dropped just hours after the team's win.

click to enlarge The “Joey Warhol” shirt can be purchased online or at Cincy Shirts locations in Over-the-Rhine and Hyde Park. - FACEBOOK.COM/CINCYSHIRTS
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The “Joey Warhol” shirt can be purchased online or at Cincy Shirts locations in Over-the-Rhine and Hyde Park.

Joe Burrow’s post-game press conference glasses have already made it onto a t-shirt.

click to enlarge Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow’s post-game press conference glasses have already made it on a t-shirt. - FACEBOOK.COM/CINCYSHIRTS
Facebook.com/CincyShirts
Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow’s post-game press conference glasses have already made it on a t-shirt.

On Saturday — which Cincinnati Mayor Aftab Pureval declared "Who Dey Day" — the Cincinnati Bengals won their first playoff game in 31 years after defeating the Las Vegas Raiders 26-19 at Paul Brown Stadium.

The win is obviously a big deal. But perhaps a bigger deal? The glasses that the quarterback wore during his post-game interviews.

The specs, which teammate and wide receiver Ja'Marr Chase says were Cartier, elicited comparisons to those worn by everyone from Robert Downey Jr. to Lizzie McGuire to Elton John.

After Twitter blew up with horniness over the rose-colored frames, Cincy Shirts had to get in on the action.

The local company shared its new drop after a quick turn around Sunday morning — an Andy Warhol-style design featuring Burrow and his cool-guy glasses.

The “Joey Warhol” shirt can be purchased online or at Cincy Shirts locations in Over-the-Rhine and Hyde Park.

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