Here’s a brand new t-shirt from atslopes, the guys that made that awesome Philadelphia Flyers t-shirt I posted about a while ago. This new one is called “I “Like” Ice Cream” and features a witty mash-up of the Facebook like button and an ice cream cone. Given that I regularly eat a half gallon of ice cream in a day, I can definitely get behind this t-shirt. Check out the design below:
I definitely dig this design, and I like very much how they meshed the two objects together. It’s on sale for $27.00 at the atslopes store. They print their tees on American Apparel blanks. Also, if you like the Flyers, definitely check out the shirt I linked to above.
I’ve got a great, yet cringe-worthy pun themed t-shirt for you today, called “Assault and Battery Love Story” from a designer named Boots on MySoti. From my interpretation of the shirt, a “Battery” killed a “Pepper Shaker” so that he could be with “A Salt (Shaker). Yeah, it’s definitely goofy–but I’ve told you in the past that I enjoy horrible puns, especially when they’re on t-shirts.
You buy it for $23 at the MySoti store. You can choose to have it printed on either American Apparel (a little more expensive), or a more basic shirt.
This new release is a tiny bit of a departure from the type of shirts I usually post, but I definitely dig it, so hopefully you do as well. As I mentioned, it’s the new offering from Rise and Resist (RandR). The shirt features a big bad dragon skeleton sitting on the top of a castle like a gargoyle. Cool, right?
You can buy it for $25 over at Rise and Resist. It’s printed on an American Apparel blank t-shirt for your comfort.
I’m popping in late this evening to show off a super rad t-shirt that I found while doing my regular browse around Etsy. The t-shirt, in all its goofy glory, depicts a robot boxing with a T-Rex. I don’t pretend to know why they’re fighting, but I do know that the mere fact that they are fighting is awesomely bad-ass. The design is simple, yet cool looking. I dig it.
You can buy the shirt for $25.00 at Gnome Enterprise’s Etsy store. It’s printed on a charcoal American Apparel tri-blend athletic tee, so you can be sure you’ll be comfortable while showing off your robot/t-rex prize fight. Also, if you’re ever bored, I recommend you just take a browse around Etsy. It’s truly a great way to kill time and find really unique stuff.
Foepaws is a great t-shirt brand that I’ve posted about in the past. They don’t have a huge selection of t-shirts, but I do definitely enjoy the designs they have. This is one of their newer tees, called Sasquatch Smash! The design features a badass sasquatch smashing things in his huge monster truck. Definitely interesting material! I think it looks great–very creative design.
The design will cost you $18 at Foepaws. It’s printed on a grey American Apparel tri-blend tee, which is probably my favorite type of blank. It’s just so gosh darn comfortable.
I just got an email from Tim about his ~one year old UK brand, All Round Clothing. Tim tells me All Around Clothing has been achieving some good popularity thanks to musicians wearing his t-shirts, namely Ben Bruce of Asking Alexandria. All Round Clothing’s motto is “Take your passion, make it happen”, which I think everyone can respect.
As for this shirt, I think it’s a great and interesting design. Some might say that desig a t-shirt around an illustration of a fox would be difficult, but I think All Round Clothing has nailed it. I love the way they used the simple colors, as well as the “sketch-like” style of the design. They’ve got it branded, but not in an obnoxious way (I didn’t even see it at first), so I’ve got no problems with that. Also, the fox is wearing a top hat, which is sweet (and a British tie-in). You can buy the shirt for 16 pounds at All Round Clothing’s store. It’s printed on a cream American Apparel t-shirt.
I found this wicked Grizzly Bear t-shirt from Dusty Lumber on Rumplo. I don’t usually go for branded designs, but I think the grizzly is cool looking enough to win me over. You can buy the t-shirt for $15 at the Dusty Lumber shop. Dusty Lumber prints their t-shirts on American Apparel blanks, so you know the shirt will be comfortable.
I just got an email about a new t-shirt brand called Loud Lion, run by a soon-to-be husband and wife combo. I dig their designs. They’re very simple an monochromatic, which I definitely like in this situation. It’s more toned down than some of the other tees I post, which I think definitely has its place in any good t-shirt collector’s closet. This is probably my favorite design from their (currently) five design collection. It’s called Hit Squad, and consists of a hot air balloon carrying a tank. Awesome…
You can get it for $23.00 at the Loud Lion shop. It’s printed on an American Apparel 50/50 blank.
Checking in to share a sweet t-shirt from a new brand called Dress Royale. The shirt is an excellent comment on the World’s (especially the US’) fascination with prescription drugs. It seems like almost everything “needs” a prescription drug, side effects included, nowadays. Dress Royale has done an excellent job of illustrating that excess. It helps that the design just looks flat out cool as well.
You can grab the tee, called “Sleep”, for $18.00. It’s printed on American Apparel 50/50 shirts. Not a bad deal at all! Additionally, here’s a cool video that they have showing one of their t-shirts being printed. Check it out:
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.