College essays have got me down! But thankfully after I finish these 15 pages or so I’m pretty much done major work for the semester, which is pretty rad. So…on to talking about the actual t-shirt–I dig it. It’s simple but really really cool. I like the brush stroke look of the design. It also goes without saying that I like the play on colors and I also think I’ve mentioned how much I like bright colors before–that still holds true as well.
You can grab it at Consilium Clothing for $30 with free shipping. Also, I like their “about us”. Brand tees are no good (most of the time–not always). Check it:
Don’t be another billboard, help us turn the streets into art galleries, one piece of clothing at a time. Free shipping on all orders!
I’m exhausted, so no time for a long post today. You can just enjoy the pretty pictures courtesy of Loveless Apparel. You can pick this one up for $19.95. Check it out.
Kowtow has some pretty sweet, albeit also pretty expensive t-shirts. I would be happy wearing any one of their shirts (expect the one with naked people, you can check that one out for yourself, it might draw a little too much attention).
That being said, I’d have to pick Lion as my favorite out of their shirts. Unfortunately, it’ll run you $52.50. But it’s still a damn cool shirt, isn’t it?
Kowtow is run by a bunch of artistic and creative folk who are dedicated to making people look great and leaving their conscience free from worries!
Every single Kowtow garment is designed and tailored with comfort and longevity in mind.
ALL OUR GARMENTS ARE CERTIFIED FAIRTRADE AND ORGANIC by the Fairtrade Labelling Organisastion and certified organic by the Control Union Group.
Robert from Shirtcity has been emailing me for awhile now – I’ve always put off responding though (I get busy and forget), so I feel bad about that. Today when he emailed me, I really liked one of the submissions, so I figured I could rectify my lack of responses by throwing a post up.
This one is from the Scribtee part of the site (I’m actually entirely sure what that means, but it sounds cool). At first I thought it was just a ship, but at second glance, I realized the ship is indeed a ghost ship (a for realz ghost). I think the mint shirt is the best possible color for this to be printed on, it works very well.
You can pick it up for 22 Euro from Shirtcity.
There are a lot of t-shirts with similar themes (cities + nature), but I think this one from Congress Clothing is one of the better ones out there. Unfortunately it’s sold out in everything except XS and XL, but, who knows – maybe they’ll reprint it. It seems like there’s a good chance, as the sale page says that new colors of the design are coming soon.
Name: Roots City
T-Shirt Type: American Apparel
Where to Buy: Congress Clothing
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.