Yes, the title is right–the first person to email me will get 50% off at Design by Humans. I have a bunch of DBH Dollars saved up, so I’ll simply buy the order with them and have it shipped to you. There are only 2 conditions:
1. The order total (before the discount) can’t exceed $105 (that gives you up to 7 shirts with DBH’s current sale).
2. You pay for shipping.
So yeah, just shoot me an email and if you’re first you get the discount. Even if you’re not first, I can still offer a 25% discount with no limits on how many people get the offer. Also, remember that we’ve got Design by Humans coupons for your convenience.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything from Design by Humans, so I thought I would take some time on a Friday night to rectify that. I’ve gotta be honest, I’m not attracted to the majority of DBH’s designs anymore, but…I do really like this one. The yellow really pops–it’s got that pizazz!–and I dig the fluid, paint-splash’y rendering of the person. It looks overall cool. I might just have to buy this one.
If you would like to be cool like me, you can pick this one up for $21.00 at Design by Humans; it’s printed on an American Apparel blank (since when did Design by Humans start using American Apparel? That’s bangin’). I’ve also still got 10% off Design by Humans coupons for you to use, and I’m continuing to run my deal where I’ll give you 25% off your entire order (not stackable with the coupon unfortunately). Mad savings, yo.
Until 11:59 pm on Sunday the 26th, all shirts at Design by Humans are on sale for $12. This is one of the better sales they offer, so if you want some of their shirts you should jump on them.
I’m also still offering my deal where I’ll give you 28% off your entire order (making shirts only $8.64 each).
Also, I just bought this DBH shirt below (which allowed me to update the coupon page). I dig it a lot. It’s goofy and awesome.
If you’re sad because Threadless’ summer sale just ended, wipe that frown off, because you can now shift your attention to Design by Humans. All DBH shirts are $15 for 72 hours (until Friday). Those are some sweet savings.
Also, might I recommend you pick up this sweet design by mathiole? It’s called These Old Cliches. Check it:
Sales are what I like to see, especially when they’re also combined with free shipping offers! Shirts are either $15, $17, or $19 and they also reprinted a bunch of older shirts.
Allllso, I just bought 10 shirts for someone for about $13 a shirt, and I can do that for you too! I’ll give you 30% off you’re order if you wanna buy through me, and free shipping on any size order due to their promo. Just email me at crn001 -at- gmail.com and I can set you up. You can also check out this post for more info. Happy shopping everybody! And happy fall too, it’s so awesome on campus right now with all the leaves changing colors.
God Damn–this is hot. DBH is offering free shipping on any order size (even one shirt!). Also, that means if you wanna buy shirts through me for 30% off you don’t have to pay shipping no matter what. So a $20 shirt becomes $14, and a $25 shirt becomes $17.50. That’s pretty cheap. Just shoot me an email at crn001 (-at-) gmail.com and I can get you squared away right away. I’ve got tons of DBH dollars to go around.
Lastly, on my Design by Humans related housekeeping, I updated the site with a new coupon code.
Everyone have a great fall–it’s real pretty out, and buy some DBH shirts to look cool and stay warm in.
I think I’ve made a few comments before about foil being awesome, which makes me all the more happy to announce that Design by Humans will be releasing two foil using shirts in the next two days (well, today and tomorrow technically). According to the newsletter it’s been several months since they’ve used foil, but I can’t say I ever remember seeing them use it, so I was pretty psyched by the email. I like both the shirts, but Chaos Theory by Mathiole is my definite favorite. The blue foil just looks totally rad. Check em out!
Through running troundup, I’ve managed to accumulate a large chunk of DBH Dollars. Given that I’m about to head off to college and Lollapalooza (and I just came back from Europe), I could use a little spending cash, so giving them away completely gratis is out of the option. But, I think I have a way where we can both come out ahead. If you’re thinking of buying some Design by Humans shirts, just shoot me an email–I’ll buy the shirts for you, and you just pay me 75% of the retail price (25% off!) + the cost of shipping. Buy 5+ shirts and I’ll pay for your shipping, assuming you’re in the US.
Also, this has come up a few times in the past, but I can’t use coupons when I buy with DBH dollars, so you can’t get the additional 10% or whatever from coupons. Sorry, I wish it were otherwise, because then things would rock even more.
If you’re interested just go to my contact me page, where you can find a contact form as well as my email if you want to just email me directly. You can also just leave a comment on this page.
So again, you pay me for the shirts, less the 25% discount. I then use my accumulation of DBH dollars to place the order at Design by Humans and have it shipped directly to you.
I love the idea behind this shirt–it’s awesome and creative. I also love this shirt, with just one thing I’m not entirely happy about. I think the front is really well done–the childlike style is spot on. I just think the back is somewhat lacking. I feel like it could have been done better than what simply looks like a stock picture. That’s not a huge gripe though, because I’m still a fan of the shirt either way. It just could’ve been even better if the back had been done a little differently in my opinion. Hopefully that didn’t sound too rambally.
If you didn’t notice from the last post, I like bright colors. I’m diggin this design from Teextile. Get free shipping by clicking here.
Lastly, Threadless released five shirts in honor of April Fool’s day. I find myself oddly attracted to this design, although all the releases are quality pieces.
So there you have it. I love the endless release of quality designs these contests provide.