I saw someone wearing this shirt today and it reminded me of how much this shirt rocks. It’s a simple design, yet I think it’s absolutely hilarious.
Married to the Sea is a great web comic that has branched into selling some t-shirts and prints. The mens shirts are printed on Gildan Heavyweight tees while the womens are on Bella 1001 tees.
Price: $16.00 | Married to the Sea
Just came across this awesome t-shirt from a relatively new (I think) t-shirt company, RRP OFF. I think the tee is hilarious, and it reminds me of the movie “300″ for some reason (the, “Tonight We Dine in Hell” part, although I doubt that was intended). As a company, RRP OFF seems really cool as well, I especially like their models. They print on Fruit of The Loomâ€™s BEST Tees, which I believe are what Threadless uses for their standard guy’s tees, so the shirt should be pretty comfortable.
Price: $20.00 | RRP OFF
Hat tip to tcritic
Owl Movement just released four new t-shirts in their Occasional Intruders line. One of which,Â The Great Moops Battle of ’79 (pictured above), caught my eye. This is just one of those funny/quirky t-shirts that I absolutely love. As a bonus, the shirt is screen-printed on an American Apparel tee, so its definitely high quality.
Price: $20.00 | Owl Movement
Go Ape Shirts sent me an email a few days ago asking me to check out their site, which I gladly did. They’ve got a couple great shirts, with my favorite probably being their Elliot’s New Friend t-shirt (the left picture), which features the scary monster from Alien (or is that a Predator?). I also really like their Bad Day At The Office t-shirt (the right picture).
All their t-shirts are screen printed on American Apparel Tees, so the quality is definitely top notch. Prices are relatively average, costing $18 before shipping.
Hopefully I’ll get a chance to review a physical shirt sometime.
Price: $18.00 | Go Ape Shirts
Today’s Monday, which means new Threadless shirts. It was a pretty decent batch, with my favorite shirt by far going to Don’t Play With Matches (featured above). I just love the quirky feel of the shirt. They also reprinted The Communist Party, which is one of my favorite Threadless shirts ever (the first one I ever bought actually).
Price: $15 | Threadless
I was just looking around some older posts at other blogs and came across this hilarious t-shirt. It’s just pure genius, there’s really nothing else I can say about it. The only problem is, it’s currently out of stock. You know what that means: head on over to Threadless, and vote for a reprint.
If you’re looking for a similar shirt that is IN stock right now, you may want to check out Dirty Microbe’s Cutty the Razor T-shirt.
Inspiration came from T-Critic
I’m really digging the box-like design used in many of Burby Shirt’s T-Shirts, especially this one. It’s just something about the sad robot box man (called a Burby I assume?) that appeals to my quirky side. You can check this, and Burby’s other designs, out at Burby Shirts.
Price: $20.00 | Burby ShirtsÂ
I love T-shirts with random designs, and this one from Glarkware certainly fits that description. The shirt, entitled Big Foot vs. Abe Lincoln, features Bigfoot boxing with Abe Lincoln. This one is bound to get a few laughs, or at least spark some interesting conversation. Check it out over at Glarkware.
Price: $20.00 | GlarkwareÂ
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Threadless released their weekly batch of t-shirts this week, and, as part of their <3s Fast Food Nation, we get this gem . This one is bound to create conversation wherever you go. It kind’ve reminds me of that line from Anchorman, in which Will Farrel tells his female reporter counterpart, “I want to be on you”. This ones definitely worth checking out, so don’t delay: Inside You