Archive for the ‘Famous Mustaches’ Category
BAM – Look at that mustache. Right up in your face. Just like The Black Keys.
Now, why do I emphasize their prominence?
Is it because they have become quite popular over the last few years?
Is it because I managed to never listen to them all that time despite them being a local band from near my home town?
But I would really recommend giving them a listen if you haven’t already. They bring their music back to an impressive classic blues rock style – just like lead singer / guitarist Dan Auerbach’s mustache.
Meet Shahid Khan. He’s a billionaire and owner of the Jacksonville Jaguars. He also has a mustache. Coincidence? I don’t think so. I’d give him my money.
Who is this Harry Longabaugh fellow, you ask? Well he was the Sundance Kid!
If you are unfamiliar with the Sundance Kid, and his partner, Butch Cassidy, they were part of the Wild Bunch that pulled off the longest string of successful bank and train robberies in American history.
Why does he make the list of notable mustaches? While most outlaws don a mustache to hide their identities, truly great men such as Harry Longabaugh grow one to make sure their identity is every bit as memorable as it ought to be.
And with a ‘stache like that, can anyone say he wasn’t successful?
There is an investigation going on over at Bleacher Report in an attempt to find out who this man is sitting the in crowd at the last 49er’s game. He has become instantly famous just for having a mustache. The camera man at the game clearly fixated on him and so did the TV viewers at home. Now there is an all out search on the Internet, on Twitter, just to find out who this amazing man is. What’s his story?
If you have any information that may help identify him, please contact us.
I’m too lazy to write a new post but I wanted to acknowledge today. Martin Luther King Jr. was a great mustached American.
Here’s our post from 2 years ago. It’s OK to recycle it because you don’t remember that anyhow.
Steve Jobs just got even better. I found this photo while checking out Google’s 2011 Zeitgeist. Steve Jobs was the 9th most searched for thing on Google in 2011. In 6th and 10th are the iPhone 5 and iPad2.
I don’t know about you guys, but I think he deserves a spot on the Stachist Masthead.
Any regular reader would know that I love to insinuate that the moustache makes the man. While I do this in (partial) jest, TBWA shows us that in some cases, this is absolute fact. (The following images are their property, and were found via Flavorwire)
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If you’re like me, Sunday means football. NFL football, specifically. Also, if you’re like me, Sunday football on FOX means one of the best staches in the game, on the upper lip of host James Brown. This perfectly coiffed stache represents the best that the NFL has to offer, and we are proud to fly the James Brown flag on this blog.
To the left is a still hot from an old Traveler’s Insurance commercial for, well, insurance and stuff. But it is also an advertisement for Stachist, as the violin player in the commercial ups his class by rocking a violin. The only thing that would make this more classy would be if he were using the stache as a bow.