Wunjo Wear is an independent tee company located in Los Angeles. Wunjo Wear tees are inspired by the rhythms, colors, and energies of life.
This email has been sitting in my inbox for awhile, but I just finally got around to checking out their tees. They’ve got some nice designs. See everything at Wunjo Wear.
I really like this one as well. This guy has great talent. Check it out…
T-Shirt Type: 100% Ringspun Cotton, Premium Fashion Fit Tee. Jumbo Front Print with Subtle Sheen.
Where to Buy: Design by Humans
Above is the Daisy Buddha t-shirt from Lotus (who I believe is a band) that is being sold through Social Propaganda. There’s quite a bit of detail in the design, which I think is one of the reasons I really like it. The yellow t-shirt wouldn’t be my first choice, but it’s not to bad for the design. If you’re a lady, you get lucky and yours is printed on blue, which I much prefer over the yellow.
I’ve been listening to quite a bit of Iron & Wine over the last few days, and for some reason this led me to look into some Iron & Wine t-shirts. I’m glad I did, because it appears Sam Beam from Iron & Wine has personally done the designs for a couple different t-shirts. This is my favorite one I could find that actually has a variety of sizes in stock (most of the others only had X-Large or something unfortunately).
I guess the fact that I love Iron & Wine makes me a bit biased, but despite the simplicity of the design, I really like it. It’s printed on a grass green American Apparel t-shirt and can be had from Interpunk. You can check out more of Sam’s designs here.
Price: $14.00 | Interpunk
This is one of my favorite Threadless Select tee’s that’s been printed in a long time. I love the combination of characters from both fairytales and folklore, and the gold foil adds an extra touch of awesome. Normally I’d shy away from a big print like this, but Threadless uses the right techniques to keep the design from being stiff and uncomfortable, plus, it’s printed on an American Apparel tee. All in all, this shirt is well worth the $25 Select price.
Remember to use a Threadless coupon to save $3.
Price: $25.00 | Threadless
Tank Theory just released four new t-shirts as part of their June update. There’s one new t-shirt of the month, two artist society tees, and one standard tee (pictured above). They’ve also extended their $15 sale to some new t-shirts.
If you want a huge dose of creepy, check out Sinister Sideshow, which “…is one of the most hideous and vile creations we have ever seen. Concocted by San Francisco based designer Nick Philip, Sinister Sideshow celebrates all that is warped and unholy in the world today – mannequins, clowns, dementia, high society and candy canes.”
Check it out, Tank Theory
I just came upon Hyperpony from an ad I click on and I like what I see. This shirt, Bird Striker, is probably one of my favorites. “The Bird Striker tee is about declaring your independence and looking damn good while you do it!Â ”
Sizing looks to run slightly small. I’m not completely sure what they print on, but I think it’s American Apparel.
Price: $24.00 | Hyperpony
I think this week is one of the best weeks Threadless has had in awhile in terms of raw t-shirt awesomeness. There’s a bunch of new designs I like plus two reprints of great shirts. So, let’s get into it. For the sake of space, I’m not going to write about all the shirts.
Rhinos Hunt In Packs – Threadless
Great idea for a design with great execution to back it up. I’m definitely picking this one up.
Spoilt – Threadless
I always dreamed of driving by and telling the hordes of Harry Potter fans the ending of the book, now I don’t even need to speak to spoil the ending.
Sacrifice – Threadless
Simply a great illustration. I’m not sure about the banana, or how well it actually translates to a t-shirt, but it’s definitely worth it for the art alone.
And finally, check out these two awesome reprints:
Nothing Rhymes With Orange – Threadless
Remember to use a Threadless coupon to save some moolah.
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.