Rise Up T-Shirts – Non-Profit

Rise Up is a non-profit organization dedicated to aiding a variety of child, family, and community development programs. They also happen to have some pretty amazing (and political) designs. So check these out, buy some, and know that you’re aiding a non-profit in their work. Some of my favorite designs are…

Check out all their tees at the Rise Up Store.

Heard about them from tcritic

I Love Wars T-Shirt from Design by Humans

I don’t participate in voting at Design by Humans a lot, but this is one shirt I actually saw (and voted for) during one of the scarce times I do. I’m glad to see it got printed. If you can’t see in the pictures, the front of the shirt has a bunch of Star Wars characters saying things such as “I love war”. Then on the back you have a person (is that Bush? I can’t tell) saying “I like Movie$”. This one will run you $24 at Design by Humans.

Remember the Design by Humans coupon code.

Two More Barack Obama Shirts

Since my post of the top 5 Barack Obama t-shirts, I received a couple emails with shirts that I overlooked. I liked two of the shirts I got sent, so I figured I should make an addendum and add them to the list. So with these two shirts, you’re actually getting the top 7 Barack Obama t-shirts. Enjoy.

This one comes from Philadelphia based Print Liberation. It’s simple, but thats not always a bad thing. Plus, it appears to be printed on an American Apparel tri-blend shirt, which is an excellent choice. Check this one out at Print Liberation.

This one, an obvious play on Rock the Vote, comes from Local Celebrity. Nice use of the check mark as the V. Also, Local Celebrity shirts are super soft. I recommend you check out the rest of their tees as well. You can pick up this Obama tee at Local Celebrity.

Top Five Obama Shirts

The Pennsylvania primary is right around the corner, and this year it actually means something, so we’re seeing tons of political ads everywhere. Hence, I thought it would be appropriate to take this time to make a list of the best Obama (he’s who I’m leaning towards right now) shirts out there. The goal of this is to find political shirts that don’t…suck. So, hopefully you enjoy. In no particular order…


We’ll start off with this one from American Pig Brand, whose goal with this design was to create a good looking, urban Obama shirt. I think they succeeded. It costs $24.99 and is printed on American Apparel.


This one takes a little more humorous route, while still still being a good design. It costs $17.99 and is printed on American Apparel. For every shirt bought $1 is donated to the Obama campaign.


This is another one from American Pig Brand. To be honest, they probably have the best Obama shirts out there. Again, this one will run you $24.99 and is printed on American Apparel.


This one is simple, but nonetheless an excellent design. The blue spatter takes it from being boring to good looking. The cost on this one varies depending on what type of shirt you get it printed on.


Lastly, no list of Obama shirts would be complete without the “Barak Obama is my Homeboy” shirt. This one seems to be very popular. I like it, i just prefer the American Pig Brand designs above. This one also varies depending on configuration.

1984 T-Shirt from Enclothe

Nobody heard what Big Brother was saying.
It was merely a few words of encouragement, the sort of words that are uttered in the din of battle, not distinguishable individually but restoring confidence by the fact of being spoken.
Then the face of Big Brother faded away again, and instead the three slogans of the Party stood out in bold capitals:


Another excellent design from Enclothe. I’d be hard pressed to find one of their shirts I didn’t at least somewhat like – and they print on American Apparel to boot.

Name: 1984
T-Shirt Type: American Apparel
Price: $19.00
Where to Buy: Enclothe

Threat Level: Doctorow from Shirt.Woot


I like the shirt, it gave me a good laugh. I just not sure if I can see myself wearing it. Still, it’s definitely worth checking out the latest Shirt.Woot offering.

A bit of the description from the site,

Wear this shirt to: reassure your fellow citizens with a message of anxiety and suspicion.

Don’t wear this shirt to: an airport security checkpoint, or anywhere near a secure federal installation.

This shirt tells the world: “In paranoia we trust.”

Price: $10.00 (later it becomes $15.00) | Shirt.Woot

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