It appears that in the previous year (and some months) Imaginary Foundation has decided to release a new sublimation style of shirts. As far as I can tell, this involves some wicked all-over prints. I chose one which is pretty sweet, while also being on sale, so it won’t break the bank quite as much as some of their more full price offerings.
I don’t have too much to say about this design–it’s just Jeff Sheldon of Ugmonk doing what he does best, making awesome typography shirts. Like other Ugmonk shirts, the design is simple. It’s very clean though, and the colors are always perfectly selected. Anyway, once again like the other Ugmonk shirts, I dig this design.
You can purchase Sevens Up for the price of only $24.00 at the Ugmonk shop. They print on American Apparel blank t-shirts. Enjoy!
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything from Rise and Resist, but they always have cool tees, so I thought I would go ahead and change that. I really dig this one–“Slow Hands”. It looks super interesting–the black arms on the white just coming out at odd angles is awesome. I also love how the red nails pop–looks great.
You can grab this design for $25 at the RandR store. It’s printed on American Apparel blanks. Check out the product description while you’re there–it gave me a chuckle.
P.S. I very much like this model–sleeve tats on girls are awesome in my opinion.
Back in early November (yeah, I’m slow), I got an email about a new t-shirt from a guy named Brett Amory, available at INDVSL. I dug the shirt, put it away in the “to be reviewed” folder, and then promptly forgot about it. I’ve finally rediscovered it tonight, and I would like to share it with you guys. I really like the “blurry” style (what’s the real name for that, art history majors?), and I love that the design isn’t centered on the t-shirt. It makes it more interesting for some reason.
You can grab Waiter #13 at the INDVSL store for $28.00. INDVSL’s slogan, in case you’re wondering, is “wear art. not ads”. That’s certainly a slogan worthy of your attention.
About a week ago, I got an email from Ed about his brand Cloth & Resin. They’re located down under in Australia, and here’s a bit about their influences from Ed himself:
Cloth and Resin is a small independent group creating unique collections of clothing with a focus on quality, comfort and simplicity. Our stoke and influence is the ocean, surfing, art and music which is evident across most of our creations. We’re based out of a sunny beach side studio on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, Australia
This t-shirt, Power to the Peaceful, comes from their latest Southern Summer 2011/12 collection (remember, they’re Aussies so they have weird seasons…no offense). I really enjoy this design–I think the illustration is great, and I agree with the subject matter as well. I’m getting a little rambly ’cause it’s late, but suffice it to say…I dig this shirt.
You can pick it up for $49.00 AUD (~$48 US) at the Cloth & Resin store. They have the design in the grey color that I posted, as well as a much darker charcoal version.
I really enjoy quality typography t-shirts, and from what I’ve seen so far, 8teeSix seems to deliver that. They just recently launched and currently have three designs out. The design I’ve featured is available in two colorways, so they’ve got a total of four shirts for sale. I think it’s a pretty creative type, and I like that it kind of looks like those peel-off Twizzlers (that’s probably not the right term, but whatever. I don’t know anything about art). Cool stuff.
You can grab this design, Life, for 20 Pounds (damn you exchange rate!) from 8teeSix. As usual, I invite you to check out their other designs as well. Enjoy!
While this shirt is a bit of a departure from most of the designs I post on troundup, I nonetheless dig it very much. Much like Tom Haverford’s fascination with “the shapes” on Parks and Recreation, I find myself thoroughly enjoying these stripes. Something about them just attracts me. It makes me feel like I’m swaddled in a cacoon of plush love (ok, maybe a bit hyperbolic. It’s close though). I dunno–I think the designer just has his or her shapes down. It’s cool stuff.
You can pick it up for 22.90 Euro at Home is Where The Heart Is. The shirt would be coming to you from Germany.
P.S. I was bummed I couldn’t find the video of Aziz talking about the shapes on Parks and Recreation If anyone knows where to locate it please let me know.
I’m checking in today to post up another sweet t-shirt that has been lurking around my “Get Reviewed” Inbox. The design, entitled From the Ashes, comes from Another Safe Landing. I hadn’t heard of these guys previously, but I definitely enjoy their stuff. This design is both their newest release, and my favorite of their offerings. Astronauts are an inherently awesome topic, and the way they illustrated him/her makes it even cooler. My favorite element is definitely the moon’like body of the astronaut. That, combined with the general style of the design, is quite awesome.
You can pick up From the Ashes for only $24.00. They print on American Apparel 2001 blanks (super comfortable). While you’re at the site check out the rest of their stuff as well–they’ve got some pretty cool designs. I look forward to what they come up with in the future.