I’m finally done with final exams and ready to get back to sharing some great t-shirts with all of you guys, and I’d like to start with this one. Unfortunately, because of those finals, I’m a few days late on the news cycle. Still, hopefully by now you’ve heard of Amare Stoudemire’s rage-filled punching of a fire extinguisher which sidelined him for one playoff game. Well, this t-shirt captures that moment for all eternity by replacing the “R” in Amar’e’s name with a fire extinguisher. Pretty witty and cool.
This design will only cost you $20.00 at Crosstown NYC, who are legitimately located in Queens, New York. The t-shirt is very limited edition (I believe a run of only 130), so be sure to get in quickly.
Sebastian from 604 Republic (a brand I really enjoy) just emailed me about their three new releases. All the designs are pretty sweet–they’ve got Star Wars, Calvin and Hobbes (childhood!) and the Neverending Story. Ok, let’s check ’em out, in order of how much I like them:
This shirt, named Malvin & Cobbes, is essentially a tie for my most favorite with the Star Wars shirt (I could never rank Calvin and Hobbes low). If this doesn’t bring you back to your childhood and make you want to buy the shirt, I don’t know what will.
This last one is another ode to childhood. I wasn’t as in to the Neverending Story as Calvin and Hobbes, but it’s still a cool design.
The last two shirts will cost you $21.00 each, while the Ride the Falcon t-shirt will cost you $22.00. I’ve got a page with 604 Republic coupons that should still save you 10% or so on your order. I will also be sure to keep you updated with the next batch of sweet shirts from 604 Republic.
It’s been too long since I featured anything from Glennz, so when I saw this awesome Mario themed t-shirt on sale, I had to share it with everyone. Glennz is that famous Threadless guy who had such great designs that he decided to open up his own shop. He makes very funny and creative designs, this being one of them. Well-done Mario shirts will always earn a spot on troundup.
As I said, this t-shirt is currently on sale for only $15.95 at the Glennz store. Glennz prints his shirts on American Apparel blanks.
Pop Chart Lab is an incredibly interesting brand that just released four awesome new designs. Their designs remind me of really detailed infographics, but made into t-shirt form. As Aileen informed me, all their shirts require hundreds of hours of research to get all the details right. These are no mere shirts. They have shirts exploring and mapping things like rap names, beer, movie monsters. All are incredibly detailed and accurate.
All of those are very cool (and will be posted about in the future), but this design showcasing famous haircuts from music is definitely my favorite. It has every relevant person on it. I won’t even try to list all the names, but if someone is notable and in modern music, they’re probably on the shirt. Shirts like these are always great for wearing, as you’ll definitely get tons of attention and people looking at your shirt. I like this design very much–it’s a cool concept, and it’s executed well down to the very last detail. Good stuff.
You can buy this shirt for $18.00 at Pop Chart Lab’s store. You can also zoom in on the shirt to see every haircut in detail. While you’re over there, be sure to check out all their other cool stuff as well.
Sleepy Dan has been emailing me for awhile about their shirts, so it’s about damn time I get around to posting something from them. They have a good number of shirts, but this homage to the classic Nintendo character, Bowser, is definitely my favorite. I love how they did the design and captured the 8-bit feel. Apparently more characters will be coming in the future, so I look forward to seeing those.
If you’re a big Nintendo/Bowser fan, you purchase this tribute for $26.00 from the Sleepy Dan store. All of Sleepy Dan’s shirts are limited edition runs, so once this bad boy sells out it’s gone forever. So basically, if you like it, buy it now. Also, if you want another cool Nintendo tee, check out this sweet Retired Mario t-shirt from 604 Republic that I posted about months ago.
DoomCMYK, an artist who I think I’ve featured before (not entirely sure, though), has this awesome design called Hyrulogic. Hyrulogic is a mix between Zelda and Daft Punk, which pretty much guarantees that it’s going to be an awesome t-shirt. I’m not sure if there’s a connection beyond both subjects being super cool, but either way, I dig this design. Very nice job on the shirt.
The National Championship will be tipping off in about one hour, and I thought to celebrate the end of March Madness I would entertain you guys with a few Anthony Davis unibrow t-shirts. Rumor has it that this incredibly powerful brow (maybe the equal of Ron Swanson’s moustache) might be gone from college sports after the National Championship Game, so this might be your last chance to see it in action before Davis heads to the NBA (and maybe starts spending big bucks on hair wax). Never forget by picking up one of these sweet Anthony Davis unibrow shirts.
I can’t seem to find this t-shirt for sale online anywhere, but, it was too damn awesome not to share. It’s my favorite Davis Brow t-shirt by far. If anyone knows how to purchase this one, please let me know in the comments.
This sweet Brow Down t-shirt from Hater Sports only costs $12.95. You won’t find much cheaper brow celebration out there.
This one is pretty sweet–it really captures the power of the brow. It will only cost you $14.99 at Fan Outfitters.
This one is kind of quirky, but I definitely dig it. Very funny slogan, though I think the design maybe could have been executed better. You can buy it at Skreened, and save with my Skreened coupon list.
I posted about that sweet Lob City t-shirt a few months ago, so I figured it was only fair to show the opposing side of the spectrum. It’s true that a lot of bandwagon Clippers fans have come out of the woodwork (although Billup’s injury and their other recent woes may have slowed this down). This shirt is especially good if you’re a Lakers fan who is bitter about the meteoric rise of the Clippers. It’s good stuff–just don’t get in a fight with any Clippers fans.
You can hop on the bandwagon for $20.00 at the Bandwagon store. They sell the design in a bunch of different colors, so you can get the one which makes you the happiest.