Threadless Picks for the Week – Cerberus and Water

New T-Shirts at Threadless today, which means I’m going to end up spending some money. I wasn’t really interested in many of the brand new shirts this week, but I really like the two shirts they reprinted.

Satan's Little Helper - Threadless, Best T-shirts Ever

I really like this one (it’s already ordered). I’m not a huge fan of the burgundy shirt, but I love the little puppy Cerberus, so I ended up shelling out the dough to buy it.

Water, Just Water - Threadless, Best T-shirts Ever

This is another reprint that I really like. I’m not sure what attracts me to it (certainly not the natural color t-shirt), but I just really like it for some reason. The design is awesome, and I think there’s multiple ways it could be interpreted. I’ll probably end up buying this one as well.

Remember to use coupon code “couponitdotcom” for $3 off.

Price: $15.00 / $17.00 | Threadless


Reel Passion T-Shirt From Threadshirt

Reel Passion - Threadless, Best T-shirts Ever

I missed writing up a post about this week’s newest batch of Threadless shirts. It wasn’t my favorite week, with the only shirt I really liked being Reel Passion. However, while I do like the design, I doubt I will end up actually buying the shirt.

Another decent shirt is the text tee, To Err is Human… (pictured below). It’s mildly funny to me, but there are many other shirts I would rather buy. Anyways, I don’t have much to say, hopefully there will be some great shirts next week.

To Err is Human... - Threadless, Best T-shirts Ever


Spreading Out T-Shirt from Ten Bills


I really like this t-shirt, Spreading Out, from Ten Bills. The design is a little small for my taste, but the actual content of the design more than makes up for that. Also, I should mention that Ten Bills is currently selling all their shirts for $5 until they run out of stock, so you can pick this up super cheap.

Price: $5.00 | Ten Bills


Spiritual Warfare T-Shirt from Black Sea Apparel


This t-shirt, Spiritual Warfare, from Black Sea Apparel has a pretty kick-ass design, and that’s why I like it. You can’t really see the design in the picture, but if you go here, you can see a closeup (its the one on the far left). Like most of the shirts I pick, this one is printed on an American Apparel tee.

I can’t link directly to the shirt, so you’ll have to fish around their site for a little.

Price: $16.00 | Black Sea Apparel


Urban Cleansing T-Shirt by Martin Hsu


According to Martin Hsu, cleansing is important for you health, even if you’re an incredibly well drawn Hindu deity. This is one of Martin’s newest designs,and features a Hindu deity wearing a gas mask. I really like this design, I just think it looks pretty dang cool. It also has a great meaning behind it (at least how I interpret it). As an added bonus, the tee is printed on a silver American Apparel t-shirt.

Price: $22.00 | Martin Hsu (I’m unable to link directly, so you have to go to the shop menu and scroll down a little)


Farewell to My Concubine T-Shirt


Today’s t-shirt is Farewell to My Concubine, by Kenneth King over at People Like Us Collective. Inspired by Chinese martial arts films, the shirt features a kickass design. I think Kenneth did an excellent job capturing the feel of a martial arts flick. Unfortunately, the shirt runs abit costly, weighing in at $51.75 USD :(. However, that doesn’t detract from the fact that this is an excellently designed t-shirt.

Price: $51.75 | People Like Us Collective


Humanic Dancing design at Threadless

humanic dancing t-shirt

I just came across this gem at Threadless while scoring some designs. Just the sheer quirkiness of this design got my $5 vote. You can check this design out and vote for it here.


Growing in Groups T-Shirt from Accentuate


While the design is fairly simple (I like it, but it’s not the most complex thing ever), I think this shirt has an excellent message. Accentuate sums it up pretty well, so I’m just going to quote what they said:

“When I was young my family would from time to time donate used clothes to charity. I would go through my closet and pick out clothes I no longer wanted and put them in bags. Then, my mother would make me take the clothes out of the bags, fold them neatly, and place them back in the bags. She said when you help people who are less fortunate you should do it with the utmost respect.”

So, check this one out, and remember, we all grow better in groups.

Price: $27.00 | Accentuate Clothing


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