This new line from Out of Print Clothing is sure to be a hit with members of highschool English classes across the country.
Out of Print Clothing just released a Shakespeare line of t-shirts and totes. I confess I do not enjoy Shakespeare enough to wear a Midsummer Night’s Dream t-shirt, but I understand that some of my readers might. Such are the sacrifices I make for my readers.
You can check out the t-shirts and totes at the Out of Print Clothing store. The shirt will run you $28.00.
I love this shirt. For the longest time, my Facebook cover photo was this classic scene from Arrested Development (until I had to change it because all my Vietnamese friends thought it was me):
I liked it in Arrested Development, and I like it when it involves tacos. Sure, maybe some people consider it blasphemous, but if loving tacos this much is wrong, I don’t want to be right.
You can buy Tacos from Above for $23.00 at the Goodie Two Sleeves store.
I know it’s a little too early for Christmas t-shirts, but this one involves pizza, so I think it’s ok to make an exception. You can pick up Merry Crustmas for ~$27.00 at the Cotton Bureau store.
This is how you do an allover print, folks. It might be a little corny (I’m sorry!), but it’s beautiful and quirky in just the right way. Brady created BTangible ~two years ago when he was 17, and it’s developed into a brand with quite a few nice allover print t-shirts. This design is my favorite by far.
You can grab Iowa Sweet Corn on the Cob for only $20.00 from the BTangible store. I think that’s a pretty fair price for an allover print.
I’m pretty isolated from whatever this Starbucks “Controversy” was, but I have heard a bit. I’ve heard enough to know that it sounds entirely comical. That’s why I wish Starbucks would take advice from Florey and incorporate the demonic Mermaid into their design. There’s no such thing as bad press, right?
You can buy this design from Teefury for $14.00. You can get it on either a red or a black blank t-shirt.
This shirt is quite topical for the US political season. I confess I’m a bit out of the loop, but I did manage to hear about Ben Carson’s genius explanation of pyramids, even in Vietnam. Teach the Controversy from the Amorphia Apparel family of shirts has decided to immortalize that idea with their Grain Storage Pyramid t-shirt.
This shirt might not have as much relevance after Ben Carson sinks back into obscurity, so I recommend buying it quick and getting as much wear out of it as you can. Strike while the iron is hot!
The universal words shouted before one does something incredibly stupid. “Hold My Beer” is partially responsible for the success of a little entity called YouTube. If this were just plain text, I would never post it. But, I think the typography is damn cool, which is what elevates this from just another generic text print. Plus, you can do stupid shit while wearing this shirt and feel right at home.
You can buy Hold My Beer for ~$28.00 at the Cotton Bureau store. The artist is Kelby Ruiz.
This is a pretty sweet use of an all-over print. I love this design. Something about the slight creepiness mixed with the detail of the milk spraying up tickles my aesthetic sense. It gets the troundup thumbs up.
You can buy Calcium is Good for $34.00 at the Society 6 store. I know that price is a bit steep, but it is a damn cool design that will certainly get you comments.