Spotted this on Coty’s blog and laughed right away. I really like the creativity, and as Coty mentioned, if you buy this for any web designer I feel like it has to bring a smile to their face. I might even buy this for myself even though I suck at web design. It’s for sale for $25 at Pop + Shorty on an American Apparel tri-blend tee (really comfortable).
I knew these shirts would be coming (they’ve actually been out much sooner than this post, but I’m slow on the uptake). I haven’t actually seen the clip, but it’s been described to me many times, and I’ve seen the numerous spin off pictures, so I think I get the gist. Here are two shirts from the outburst, one by Busted Tees and one by Retro Plus Apparel. So here we go:
And just because it’s funny…
How cool would it be to get paid in Euros? It’s unfortunate when the dollar (or random rich white men) decides to just go and tank though, especially when you spend two weeks in Europe at the beginning of summer.
Hopefully good ‘ole Washington wipes the blood of his face sometime soon and steps his game up. Until then, keep spending your shrinking cash on shirts like this from Local Celebrity. Use coupons too!
This shirt garnered a definitive chuckle from me. The text drew me immediately to that Flo Rida song (Oh hot damn, this is my jam–you know it), and obviously juxtaposing Flo Rida with the dude on the shirt makes for a funny image. I think the guy on the shirt also looks like the guy wearing the shirt in an odd way (anyone wanna back me up on that?).
You can grab this on American Apparel for $23.11 at MySoti. You can also pick a different type of blank to make it like $5 cheaper.
Arrested Development is probably my favorite show, despite it’s unfortunate, and in my opinion senseless, cancellation. If you haven’t watched Arrested Development, then you probably have no idea why this shirt is funny, and I apologize. However, if you are an Arrested Development fan and support the Save Our Bluths movement, then you should probably buy this shirt, because it’s awesome. Support your favorite revenge fueled, wall living Korean adoptee. Check it out! Also, check for updated Busted Tees coupons.
P.S. Has anyone heard about an Arrested Development movie, and, if so, is it actually going to happen?
I’m officially back from Europe, which was a whirlwind and exhausting ride, but still very fun. I’m still catching up on things–I’ve pruned my inbox down to 833 unread emails, but that’s still a lot to go through, so it may take some time for me to email people back (if you’ve emailed me).
I decided to make my first post back in the states this cool type tee from the ever cool Headline Shirts. I like the simplicity of it, as well as the slogan (ignoring any insinuations of arrogance). I think part of why I like it is that the words (letters) just plain look cool how they are printed, and relentlessly is a cool word in my opinion. It’ll run you $24 over at Headline Shirts.
Please bear with me as I try to get back into the swing of things–it may take awhile, especially because I leave again tomorrow for 5 days, although I should have access to a computer for this one.
It’s good to be back, and I hope you guys are still reading!
Who else is excited about the government getting involved in GM? I know I am! I’m diggin this shirt from Despair, Inc. on the basis of solid design and excellent wit. The font and hammer/sickle is just perfect. It will run you $19.95 at Despair, Inc.
PS. Sorry for the slowness of posts lately, unfortunately, it probably won’t get much better, as I’m leaving for Europe for two weeks on Monday, and don’t see myself posting much while I’m there. I’ll be back after that though!
I just got an email from Justin letting me know about Plastic Sound Supply’s newest shirt release. First, a little background on Plastic Sound Supply from Justin himself:
We’re a record label from Denver, Colorado, specializing in experimental and offbeat electronic music, art, video, and design. For fans of Ghostly, m3rck, Schematic, Hefty, etc.
I think the fact that they’re a record label that puts out non-band designs is pretty neat and unique. I also really like the design because, let’s be honest, toy guns were really cool when we were kids (or now still depending on my mood).
It will run you $23 including shipping on an American Apparel blank. Get the goods at Plastic Sound Supply.