I don’t know why this one caught my eye (I rhyme), as it’s seemingly just a random pattern of swipes, but it looks pretty damn cool. You can get it on other colors which also look equally cool, this one was just my favorite. It will run you $32 at HomeRoom Clothing.
The HomeRoom camp busts out another abstract piece for the faithful, cause all previous 8,999 versions are now sold out.
This shirt is a combed 100% cotton 6 ounce tee. The print is water based, with the HomeRoom logo printed in 3M reflective ink on the back.
I can’t stand black shirts (I get really hot in them if there’s any sun/light around), but these two from Imaginary Foundation almost make me forget about that – especially the second one. Maybe someday they’ll print these on dark blue or something (hint hint), but until then, I urge all you people who don’t dislike black shirts to pick these up. They’re $30 each at Imaginary Foundation.
Violent Elegance has some pretty sweet shirts, especially if you’re into geometry. As you can see, the designs are simple (circles, triangles and squares). But simple isn’t bad, they look really cool. It’s the fade that makes the shirts. They have some colorful versions, but I think the white and black is definitely the best looking.
Owl Movement has just released Series 7 – Lines and Diagrams. As I’ve come to expect from them, it’s another batch of excellent and creative designs. Rather than talking about it, I’ll let their new designs do the speaking.
There’s not a single one I dislike. Check them out at Owl Movement.
I just got an email from Tofer at Spectral Apparel asking me to check out his line shirts. I like what I see, he’s got some talent. Here’s my favorite, Captain Jack’s Cosmic Trip.
Name: Captain Jack’s Cosmic Trip
T-Shirt Type: American Apparel
Where to Buy: Spectral Apparel
statueMan is the newest Shirt of the Day from Design by Humans. It’s got great detail and is just a nice design in general.
T-Shirt Type: 100% Ringspun Cotton, Premium Fashion Fit Tee
Where to Buy: Design by Humans
I don’t have time for a long post today, but I just wanted to stop in and let everyone know about the new tees Tank Theory Released. I think they released about 6-7 in total, with my two favorites being above. All of them are quite good (as usual with Tank Theory), those two just stand out to me. Also, they still are running their $15 sale on some of their older tees, so you can pick those up cheap.
Price: $23.00 | Tank Theory
Monsieur T just released their new line of shirts (which will be reviewed later). But, that’s not the big news – the big news is that they’re selling all their old shirts at a whopping 50% off. I already picked up Shine on Blue and One for the Treble and I might be going back for more. I’ve never worn one of Monsieur T’s shirts, so I don’t know what the fabric is like. That being said, they look comfortable, and slim fit is always a plus. If anyone knows what they feel/fit like, I’d love to hear in a comment.
There are a couple new Threadless shirts I like this week. Unlike usual, neither of the reprints really appeal to me.
Serenade – Threadless
There’s an incredible amount of detail in this design, enough that I wish I could buy it on a poster for my wall. Nevertheless, that’s not possible, so I guess I’ll have to settle for buying the t-shirt.
Holding Pattern – Threadless
I’m not particularly attached to the design, but I think from far away it looks stunning, especially on the burgundy. This is another tee I’m picking up this week.
Oh No! – Threadless
I probably won’t be buying this tee because of monetary issues, but I think it’s definitely worth a mention. It almost looks as if it has some “Flowers in the Attic” influences in it, with the way the girls hair is splattering. I don’t know if the artist consciously tried that, but it turned out very well.
As usual, remember to use a Threadless coupon to save $3.
Just like most of Imaginary Foundation’s shirts, the detail on this tee is absolutely amazing -Â you need to go to the site and view the zoomed in version to truly appreciate how cool it is. As the site says, it truly is next level psychedelic mayhem. The shirt comes in white or silver and is printed on American Apparel. Cost is a little on the high end, weighing in at $30, but it’s definitely worth it.
Price: $30.00 | Imaginary Foundation