Print Liberation just released a new type tee with an interesting take on the word “Shirt”. Like most of their designs, it’s pretty simple. But, I usually like what they come up with, and this is no exception. I also like that they’re just a couple miles down the street from me in Philadelphia–gives me the feel goods to post about them.
You can buy the new design for $24.00 at Print Liberation’s store. As is pretty standard with Print Liberation, the design is printed on an American Apparel tri-blend t-shirt.
I can’t grow a good beard, but that doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate this new beard themed shirt from Buy Me Brunch. It’s fresh off the press–just released this Thursday.
You can buy the design for $22.00 at the Buy Me Brunch store. It’s printed on what I assume is an American Apparel tri-blend blank.
The slogan on the shirt doesn’t do too much for me, but my goodness, this is some of the coolest type I’ve ever seen on a t-shirt. It’s just an awesome aesthetic design–I love how the big swooping letters turn into into the straight type on “Walk”. Cool stuff.
This shirt is part of Random Object’s Spring Release. You can buy it for $24.00 at their store. They print on American Apparel blank shirts.
Last week I posted Darth Vader as a zombie, and now I’m posting Darth Vader as a fashion star. I like this one better, because Vader looks super goofy, and the quote makes me laugh. Society6 has so many great shirts that sometimes it’s hard to choose a favorite, but this one is definitely on the list.
You can buy Lord of Fashion from Society6 for $18.00. The shirt is printed on an American Apparel blank.
Here’s a nifty little t-shirt called Midnight Mind from a Beneath Rejection, a Sydney based company. I like simple designs like these, and who doesn’t enjoy a good night’s sky.
You can buy the t-shirt at the Beneath Rejection store. Unfortunately, it’s a little pricey coming in at $40.00 + shipping (well…maybe more than a little pricey). No one ever said cool t-shirts came cheap though, and it is printed on a comfortable American Apparel blank, so the tee has that going for it.
Shark Week is back and that mean’s I am obligated to remind you all about Jon’s awesome Live Every Week Like It’s Shark Week t-shirt, a superb melding of both Shark Week and 30 Rock. I post about this shirt every year because it’s definitely my favorite Shark Week t-shirt. Unfortunately, this is the last year that Jon will be selling this shirt, as he’s hanging up his hat as a t-shirt seller. So, don’t miss out, because this shirt will soon dissapear.
You can buy Live Every Week Like It’s Shark Week for $20.00 from the Mediocore Clothing store. As I said, Jon is only selling these until he runs out of stock, and then they will be gone forever. They’re printed on light blue American Apparel blanks. Enjoy the Week! Unfortunately I’m not able to watch this year because I cut the cord…oh well.
P.S. Last year I posted about some other cool Shark Week t-shirts, some of which I think are still available for sale. I will probably post up more recent shirts this week as well.
Random Objects just dropped the beginning of their summer line, including this “Be Polite” t-shirt. I think it’s something everyone should be reminded of. I’m always very polite, until someone is rude to me, and then I get super passive aggressive and disinterested. Anyway, it’s very clean, and I like the white on blue colors.
You can buy this shirt and show your politeness for $24.00 at Random Objects. They print on American Apparel t-shirts.
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.