Keeping in line with their previous releases, Linty Fresh’s March release is top notch. This is Eric’s (owner Linty Fresh) first collaboration on a shirt, and it turned out very well, and still has that Linty Fresh feel.
Linty Fresh is also holding a spring cleaning sale, so you check both that and The Petrol Kid out at their store.
P.S. Remember a few months ago when gas prices we’re pretty low? Those were the days–I guess the petrol kid has since rolled back into town though.
Rob just emailed me to let me know that he just released series 8 over at Fullbleed. Let me tell you, it’s quite a doozy of a release–the new shirts are awesome. My favorite is definitely the one to the top left, titled Inked, but I would gladly be seen wearing any of the other new designs.
In total, there are 8 new t-shirts, and 4 new silkscreened posters. Go and check them out. Buy multiples to support the making of awesome t-shirts.
I wish I could get some higher resolution shots of this shirt, but, from what I can see, it looks pretty sweet. It has a bit of that “paint thrown on a shirt” look, but I think that definitely works for this design, and it still looks great. Until Valentine’s Day, you should be able to get 25% off your order by using the code “KB<3YOU“. Check it out at Killbrand.
Linty Fresh is a company that I like but I’ve never really written about, except for waaaay back in 2007. With this post, I plan to change that. Eric’s (the owner of Linty Fresh) new release for February is awesomely creative and cool. It’s definitely one of the better uses of glow in the dark ink I’ve seen. I wish we could see the actual shirt glowing in the dark, but I understand that could be a difficult shot to take. That being said, I did hear from Eric’s ustream videos that the shirt is very bright, so not glowing shouldn’t be a problem.
I’m definitely debating picking this one up–the only thing holding me back is my already full closet of shirts. It runs $22 on American Apparel. Grab it at the Linty Fresh store.
I dig the vertical blue lines and golf foil. Without it, the shirt would be kind of boring, but with it, it turns out looking kind of snazzy. I’ve also featured Cutthroat Clothing before for their sweet retro skull shirt. This one will run you $20 (it looks like prices have gone down, thanks recession!) over at Cutthroat Clothing. It’s printed on American Apparel.
While there’s a poignant message behind this 57thirtythree shirt that not everyone may agree with, I just think it looks really, really awesome (although I do agree, while I may be guilty of doing nothing). If you want to read the message behind the shirt, I’ve quoted it below for your reading pleasure. If you want to just look at the pretty product pictures, well, you’ve probably already done that because they’re at the top of the post, just scroll up again.
Yo. Just being pissed off about how things are accomplishes nothing. Revolution, change come through ideas, actions, consideration and education. I created this design because I come across plenty of people who bitch and get angry about how things have gotten. Then quickly fall into the “How is anything I do gonna change it?”. A monkey can experience rage, but that Rage will echo briefly and amount to nothing. That’s the story and if you don’t like that story it’s also just a badass design that will make you the envy of your friends…
Uneetee certainly started 2009 with a bang with this awesome Kick Off Design Contest winner. Kind of Flowers in the Attic’esque, but still different and totally sweet. The only thing I need to decide about this design is whether I want it in white or black (…or both?). It’s only $12, despite being printed on American Apparel, which is a great deal. Pick it up in white or black at Uneetee. Also, check out the constantly updated Uneetee coupon–I think right now it will give you 10% off your order.
Here comes another winner from Imaginary Foundation. This one is definitely one of the coolest lightning bolt tees I’ve seen (there seem to be a growing number of these). The colors used are just awesome; I think they especially pop out on the white. You can pick it up for $30 at Imaginary Foundation.
Yay for Rumplo introducing me to brands I’ve never seen before. Baroke (not Barack) Clothing have some sweet designs. I’d say this one is my favorite, but just by the teensiest bit. I think the pixelated cloud is what makes it for me. Go check out all their shirts at the store, just be ready to scroll to the right. This one will run you $25 and comes in any of the above colors.
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!