I tweeted about this sweet Arrested Development shirt earlier today (I already own it, and I was wearing it today). Now I want to post about it. For fans, you probably remember the Big Yellow Joint jingle. Well…this t-shirt epitomizes all that is the Big Yellow Joint–I love it. I will definitely be wearing this shirt a ton, and I hope I get some comments.
You can grab this design for $26+ at Skreened, whom (who?) I’m coming to love more and more. They have a ton of great designs–cool artists just flock to them or something. Kudos, Skreened.
P.S. I’m gonna do my usual thing where I tell you to watch Arrested Development. Seriously, do it.
P.P.S. Yes, that is me in the awkward self-shot.
I love this Game of Thrones themed t-shirt from Busted Tees, and I thought it was a perfect post as we move closer and closer to Christmas. “Winter is Coming” is, of course, the slogan of the Starks. This shirt depicts that text, along with a wild looking Stark (is that Ned?) riding in a sleigh pulled by what look like direwolves. It’s a pretty funny shirt if you follow the show…if you don’t, well, start watching (or reading of course). I also like the idea of Ned delivering presents–it’s a funny picture.
You can grab this design for $20 at Busted Tees. If you spend a minimum of $40, you can also get free overnight shipping with the code “FREEOVERNIGHT” and get it in time for Christmas. But yeah, I love this shirt, and I think it’s a great way to celebrate Christmas (or the holidays).
If you follow basketball, you know how David Stern’s massive Paul-block of the Lakers has led to the Clippers getting CP3. Now, while I find this dissapointing because I like the Lakers, I cannot deny that it will be fun to watch Chris Paul throwing up lob after lob to the jumping freaks that are Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordon. It’s going to be crazy, and that’s why I think this “Lob City” t-shirt from Skreened is both accurate and funny. If we thought last year had some good dunks…well, it’s gonna get crazy. Pick up this shirt in time for opening day if you act quickly.
The Clippers Lob City shirt will cost you $29.99 in this configuration, but if you choose a different t-shirt brand you can get it down below $25.
P.S. Lakers vs Clippers tonight! I wish I had NBA TV at home.
I couldn’t really think of a title for this post just because the t-shirts at ThenWear are so out there (a good thing). All of the t-shirts (in the section I’m linking to) depict popular historical figures as if they were on a musical tour. You’ve got Galileo’s “Don’t tell the pope” Heresy Tour, Attila’s Huns in the Sun Tour, and many other funny tour shirts. I like them very much. I’ve posted a picture of two of my favorites, but you should certainly check ‘em all out.
ThenWear is newly launched (on the 5th I believe), so I’m betting they will be adding even more to their collection. Additionally, they do more than just the tour shirt, so you should check out of the rest of their funny, and sometimes ridiculous, “historical” t-shirt line. The shirts will run you ~$25 from what I’m seeing. Now go check out their store. You can get free shipping by using the code “2011StandardFree“.
I’m stopping in on this Friday night to bring you guys an awesome tee called Riding Dirty from Neckbeard Apparel (certainly an interesting brand name). The design reminds me a bit of a someecards design (a good thing), with an old-timey illustration partnered with a funny slogan. I think this tee is super funny, especially because I love those old bicycles (as I’ve mentioned on troundup about ten times now). Anyway…good concept, good execution, great t-shirt. Not much more time to write because I have to go taste test the awesome Tito’s Vodka that I picked up today! Wish me luck.
You can grab this design for $25 CAD (that’s like $5 in US Dollars, right?) at NeckBeard Apparel.
P.S. I do actually know we don’t dominate the CAD anymore. Sad times, though.
Call me a sucker for odd and obnoxious superheroes, but I dig today’s Tee Fury design. In case you can’t read it, the text says, “Here comes…BAREDEVIL. The man without pants”. The illustration is, obviously, appropriately ridiculous. It’s a goofy tee that immediately drew a chuckle from my face, and it’s getting posted up on troundup because of that.
As with all Tee Fury shirts, Baredevil will only be sold for 24 hours. It costs $10, and disappears from production in 23 hours (so don’t wait around).
I really enjoy the “Your Argument Is Invalid” meme, and I think Snorg Tees perfectly encapsulated the feeling of that meme into this t-shirt. A goat riding one of those super cool old bicycles (that I’ve told you how much I love)? Sign me up. You’re argument is invalid, bro; because there’s a mother ‘effin goat riding a bike on my t-shirt. It’s the perfect way to show a person with weak arguments just how much disdain you have for them (just kidding, kind of). More importantly, it’s also just straight up funny. I dig it.
You can pick up this t-shirt and tell people how much their arguments suck by checking out the Snorg Tees store. Remember to always check for a coupon before ordering, so you can hopefully save some money. You better not argue with me about how cool this t-shirt is…
I just got an email from Vangelis (awesome name!) about a new brand called Be Positive. Though the brand name makes it pretty obvious, their t-shirts are all about, well, being positive. I checked out the store and the first tee I saw ended up being my favorite. It shows the famously emotionless Mona Lisa with a smiley emoticon super-imposed over her face. It’s a pretty goofy concept, and it’s good to see Mona finally smiling more openly. I dig it.
You can purchase this design from Be Positive for $21.90. They use Spreadshirt for their printing and fulfillment so you can do a little customization if you so desire.
I was gone for the weekend and I have a test tomorrow, so I haven’t had much time to post (lame, I know). With that being said, I did want to post a brief mention for a pretty sweet tee I saw over on Rumplo. It’s called Creature from the Black Lagoon (maybe you’ve heard of it?) and comes from 410 BC as part of their limited stock reprint collection. I find the juxtaposition of the creature with the library and glasses pretty hilarious, and the titles of the books (on the shelf) add even more humor. It’s a quirky tee, but that’s why I like it.
You can grab this design for the fairly hefty price of $35.00 at 410 BC. This batch is printed in a small run of only 50 t-shirts, so it will probably go fairly fast. It’s a perfect t-shirt to wear while you’re lounging around the house during winter (unless you don’t get winters, and then you’re gonna have to find another use for it).
I just got an email from Brett about the launch of his new t-shirt brand, Why Because. Why Because uses words and phrases (and some images) to make you laugh from looking at a t-shirt. I’ll let Brett explain in more detail:
“My motivation to start the line came out of a love for clever wording and phrases. All of the first run of shirts are based around type. Although they won’t always be typed based, they will have a humor edge to them. There are a lot of great humorous shirt brands but I figured there was room for at least one more out there. I plan to achieve world peace through humorous t-shirts. I don’t think it’s too much to hope for.”
I dig the designs they’ve got up so far–many of them are those type of goofy puns that I enjoy so much. I picked my favorite of the six release shirts to show you. It’s called Dim Sum, and it made me chuckle the most out of all the Why Because designs.
Why Because is currently holding a pre-order sale, in which all their tees are only $15. The tees are printed on American Apparel (yay!) and will ship in early December. Go check them out!