Nice designs are cool, but nice designs that are on sale for only $6.00 are even cooler. That is the case with this offering from Uneetee. It’s a very dark print, but one that I really like.
As I mentioned, you can buy the t-shirt for only $6.00 (on sale) at the Uneetee store. All their other designs are on sale for $6.00 as well, so it’s something definitely worth checking out.
Is this design based on that Gotye video? I’ve never seen it so I genuinely don’t know. I just like this design from Wear Viral for the aesthetics. Cool geometric shapes always get me.
You can buy the shirt from the Wear Viral store for $19.95.
This shirt comes from an artist collective called Das Monk. The specific artists are the brother and sister combo Marc and Brooke Hendrick. They have a whole new series of shirts, but this geometrically inclined design is definitely my favorite.
You can buy the t-shirt at the Das Monk store for $59.95 AUD (I never said cool geometric designs came cheap).
This t-shirt, called Ascent, is from Fullbleed’s newest series, Series 13. Like most (all) Fullbleed t-shirts, it’s pretty dang rad (and it continues that moon theme from the Beneath Rejection t-shirt I posted a couple days ago).
You can buy the t-shirt for $19.00 at the Fullbleed store. It’s printed on a Next Level Apparel tri-blend blank. Also, make sure to check out the entirety of Series 13 when you’re over at the store.
Here’s a nifty little t-shirt called Midnight Mind from a Beneath Rejection, a Sydney based company. I like simple designs like these, and who doesn’t enjoy a good night’s sky.
You can buy the t-shirt at the Beneath Rejection store. Unfortunately, it’s a little pricey coming in at $40.00 + shipping (well…maybe more than a little pricey). No one ever said cool t-shirts came cheap though, and it is printed on a comfortable American Apparel blank, so the tee has that going for it.
I’m thinking of flying out to Seattle this summer so I thought it was especially apropos to showcase this Washington state themed t-shirt from HandsIn Apparel (which is, unsurprisingly, located in Seattle). I’d never noticed that Washington looks like a fist, but I kind of see it now. It definitely beats a mitten (here’s to you, Michigan’ites).
Over the past few weeks I’ve gotten really into Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (often shortened to Art in the Age). I’ve featured them in the past, but I never realized they were located in Philadelphia and have a flagship retail store here (which I will be going to soon). They just do a ton of cool stuff, my favorite being their crazy awesome organic and historical liqueurs (a big part of my birthday present to myself). I bought Root, and Snap, which are both incredibly delicious. They also have a third, Rhuby, which was unfortunately sold out when I went to the liquor store. The two that I got are amazing though, and I think they’re fairly well distributed at this point, so you have a chance of finding it in your area. I heartily recommend that you check out the descriptions for all of them–they are indeed as delicious as they sound (if not more…).
Anyway, I chose to feature there very cool logo t-shirt today, and will be blogging about a bunch of their other tees in the near future. Maybe I’ll even try to get some pictures of the tees in their native Old City flagship store environment. I really do love the logo–it feels very Illuminati’ish (in a cool way). It looks simple and clean on the tee, which is just the way I like it. Plus, when people ask you about it, you can tell them about this awesome group called Art in the Age.
I think it’s time to stop rambling about my fan’dom for Art in the Age. But…you can pick this tee up for $28.00 at their online store, and you should also definitely check out all the liqueurs. You will not regret it. They cost about $33 each for a very sharp looking 750 ml bottle and are worth every penny.
In honor of the Lakers beginning the playoffs tomorrow, and entering into their run for a three-peat, I thought I would post up this shirt from 1two. As you can see, the text reads “The Real King Plays in Los Angeles.” This statement is, quite obviously, true, as Kobe is approximately 1.47 times better than Lebron. I’m checking out for the night now, but go Lakers!
You can pick this shirt up from the 1two store. It’ll cost you $27.99 if you want to add it to your closet.
I’ve unfortunately not had Internet for the better part of the past week, leaving me unable to post even though I actually had time to do posting. But…I’m moved into my new apartment in Philadelphia, have working Internet, and am ready to get going. So let’s go…
These offerings come from Insound. They’ve made 10 shirts (and 10 posters) for 10 bands that had a significant impact on music in 2010. I love music (look how unique I am!), so I’m pretty embracing of such motivation. The shirts come from Beach House, Neon Indian, Liars, Titus Andronicus, Broken Social Scene, Girls, Mountain Goats, The Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, and Owen Pallet.
All the designs incredibly well done, and Sonnenzimmer’s (the artist/s) style is pretty dang good. I’ve posted four of the designs from some of my favorite bands on the list, but you should check all 10 of them out. They’ll run you $22.00 over at Insound and they’re printed on American Apparel. The posters are also awesome. Check them too.
Pirate Bath is a company who (whom?) I’ve featured before. They’re also one of my “favoriter” brands, so I wanted to share them again in case anyone missed out on the first post.
This one, aptly titled “Mouth”, is probably my third favorite out of the five designs they currently have. I dig the sketch style and the horizontal lines on the back are just class (World Cup speech infiltrating my typing).
You can check out all their offerings over at the Pirate Bath store.