I never knew about Teextile until today, when I got an email letting me know about their new competition. The site is similar to Teefury, in that everyday they release a new design which is on sale for that day only. The designs all look very sharp, especially today’s, and, in contrast to Teefury, they print on American Apparel–something I much prefer.
I also mentioned a contest/coupon. Similar to DBH’s Friend-a-thon, the winner gets a Macbook Pro, second place gets an iPod touch, and third place (along wth first and second) gets free shirts for a year. Given that I like laptops, but don’t have one, I was wondering if you good folks would be willing to help me out–don’t worry, you get something too. If you use the referral code “troundup” at checkout, or click on any of these links (I think), you get free shipping, and I’m a point closer to a laptop. So yeah, that would be awesome. But either way, check them out, because they have some great shirts.
Notice the sweet little rhyme in the post title? Yeah, I’m good. Uneetee is telling me to wear this shirt, so I figure I have to post it up. I like the all-over print, it vaguely reminds me of something I’ve seen on Design by Humans in the past. Sweet detailing on this one though.
RANDR just came out with some big developments–new shirts, a sale, and largest of all, a brand new website. I dig the new look, it’s very clean and functional, which is what I think is most important. It’s also got great product shots to let you know what you’re getting.
I think the shirt above is one of the new ones. If you can’t see, the text reads “What do you want to do? I don’t know”, repeated over and over. It’s a situation I think we’ve all been in at some time.
EDIT: What am I thinking? I totally forgot the coupon code. Use “iheartrandr” for 25% off your entire order. You also get free shipping on orders over $50.
Keeping in line with their previous releases, Linty Fresh’s March release is top notch. This is Eric’s (owner Linty Fresh) first collaboration on a shirt, and it turned out very well, and still has that Linty Fresh feel.
Linty Fresh is also holding a spring cleaning sale, so you check both that and The Petrol Kid out at their store.
P.S. Remember a few months ago when gas prices we’re pretty low? Those were the days–I guess the petrol kid has since rolled back into town though.
Rob just emailed me to let me know that he just released series 8 over at Fullbleed. Let me tell you, it’s quite a doozy of a release–the new shirts are awesome. My favorite is definitely the one to the top left, titled Inked, but I would gladly be seen wearing any of the other new designs.
In total, there are 8 new t-shirts, and 4 new silkscreened posters. Go and check them out. Buy multiples to support the making of awesome t-shirts.
As far as I can tell, this shirt doesn’t have an official name, but the design caught my eye when I was searching through some Etsy stuff. At first I couldn’t see what the bomber was dropping, but on closer inspection, it turns out to be dropping deer into the forest.
I think it’s a pretty unique take on the whole “dropping bombs” thing, and maybe the world would be a better place if we parachuted animals in instead of dropping explosives. You can grab it on American Apparel at circlesandsquares’ Etsy shop.
I featured a bunch of shirts from The Office before, but this one is definitely my favorite. It goes deeper than an obvious reference–it’s something only a true fan would pick up. The shirt is referencing a quote from Jim. I’ve included a video from the show if you need a refresher, but, they’re basically Dwight’s three favorite things–bears, beets, and Battlestar Galactica.
I was actually going to write about this shirt today anyway, but I was lucky enough to get an email from Craig, the owner of Doubletake Clothing, giving me some background about the company and a 20% coupon code before I made the post. Like some other companies, Doubletake also dedicates a portion of their proceeds to charity. 25% of the money they make goes into a community fund, which they will spend on worthy and creative causes–it’s a pretty sweet gig. So check out the shirts, use the code “roundup20” for 20% off your order, and help out some charitable causes. Video for your viewing pleasure, and sorry if this post seems somewhat disjointed, Colin is a wee bit tired, and speaking in third person apparently:
I dig the vertical blue lines and golf foil. Without it, the shirt would be kind of boring, but with it, it turns out looking kind of snazzy. I’ve also featured Cutthroat Clothing before for their sweet retro skull shirt. This one will run you $20 (it looks like prices have gone down, thanks recession!) over at Cutthroat Clothing. It’s printed on American Apparel.