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.
Surprise! Another killer shirt from Imaginary Foundation. Spacy Einstein on a black shirt just looks awesome. Real awesome.
At the bottom it reads “Imagination is more important than science”, a quote from our good friend Albert (surprise again!). I would have to say that I agree.
Check it out over at Imaginary Foundation. It’ll run you $30.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted about Go Ape Shirts, partly because they’ve been quiet as well. However, Josh’s new release of a shirt by Olly Moss, in Momento Mori, prompted me to go back and take another look.
I can’t believe I’ve never posted about this shirt before. The dude just looks awesome. Pure, pure, awesome. I would be proud to wear this shirt.
Check it out over at Go Ape Shirts. It’s printed all up on an American Apparel tee.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: vintage typewriters on t-shirts look cool, especially when you do interesting/different things with the color pattern. I think I’ve pretty much described Rethink Clothing’s new shirt, Technicolor Typewriter, with that statement. To reiterate, it looks cool.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted one of my Etsy finds, so to remedy that, here’s Pop Zebra from MVplus2A, a seller I just discovered. It’s a simple design, but I think it comes off quite well and looks real cool. Plus, I give it props because I have one of those pop cameras that uses the different colors, I just haven’t gotten a chance to have the film developed yet.
You might have to search around the seller’s store a bit to find your size, but if you’re interested, head on over to Etsy and grab it for $29.00.
I have yet to write about Shirt Fight, not because I don’t like them, but more because I just…never got around to it, I suppose. I decided to change that today, because I like this week’s winner, Techno Tiger. This design was the winner for the contest theme, “The Letter T.” Pretty sweet–colorful designs usually catch my eye, I suppose I’m a sucker like that.
You can grab it for 4 more days for $15, after that the price jumps up to $21. They print on American Apparel.
I should have written about this shirt a long time ago. It’s one of my favorite designs, which for some reason I don’t own. I need to get on rectifying that. If you haven’t checked Fullbleed out before, I definitely recommend you give them a gander. All their shirts are awesome, and unique designs. They’re all printed on American Apparel too. Check it!