We’ll Do It Live From Busted Tees

Busted Tees is pretty good at keeping up with current events. This gem is a perfect example. If you haven’t seen the video, check it out below (there is graphic language, so NSFW if that’s a problem). Commemorate Bill O’Reilly’s rage for all time.

As usual, you can save with a Busted Tees coupon.

Deflating Defenses from Glennz

Glenn is still pumping out excellent designs. It’s easy to see why he’s been printed so much on Threadless. This one is probably my second favorite shirt from him (as of today, I’m sure that’s likely to change as things go on).

Also, Glenn has just released two new designs, Endangered Species and Organized Food Fight.

Check them out at Glennz.

The Robotanist from Uneetee

Uneetee has churned out another great shirt. They get two thumbs up for the use of a bad ass robot. That’s pretty much the highlight, but the killer plants are a nice touch too. Pick it up for the low, low price of $12 on an American Apparel shirt.

Introducing Weasel Farm

Just got an email from Justin at Weasel Farm. They’re pretty new, just formed in early 2008. Here’s the design philosophy from Justin himself,

The t-shirts almost always provide signature unique characters containing weaselly teeth and weaselly eyes. They provide a unique and interesting look while also providing some humor.

Right now they have two designs, with more on the way. I’d have to say my favorite is definitely Bull Shirt (the one on the left). Check them out at Weasel Farm. Also, the shirts are printed on American Apparel, if that’s a factor for you.

Traffic Jam from Uneetee

This one, from Uneetee, is definitely one of the best play on words I’ve seen in awhile. I feel like I remember seeing this one Threadless. Was it a failed design? Maybe someone can help me out. I know I saw this design before, I’m just not sure if it was on Uneetee or not. Either way, this is the first time it’s actually been on sale. It’ll run you $17, is printed on an eggplant American Apparel tee, and seems to be almost out of stock (so act quickly).

Wikipedia is Accurate from Busted Tees

I find myself often getting into debates about the accuracy of Wikipedia. I’m a proponent of its accuracy, at least on the well trafficked and edited articles. It is fairly impossible to vandalize or put untruths into these articles. Unfortunately, I find plenty of people who disagree with me. Luckily, I like arguing, so it works out either way.

This one is on pre-order for only $14.99. You can save even more with a Busted Tees coupon. Maybe you can even find the citation to prove Wikipedia’s accuracy once and for all.

Tom Doesn’t Wait on Etsy

This one comes from an Etsy store owner named GoingCrazyInSlowMo. I like the old style image (just like those bicycles) and the lack of a head is an interesting touch. This one comes in multiple colors – just poke around their store to find them. It’ll run you $17 and is printed on an American Apparel Organic 2001, which is a pretty comfortable shirt. Pick it up on Etsy.

Huge Sale at Busted Tees

Starting at midnight tonight and going until midnight tomorrow (so it’s the entire day of April 23rd), Busted Tees will be holding their Midnight Madness Sale. What does that mean for you? Quite simply, all their shirts get their prices dropped to the mere sum of $12. You’re saving about $6 a shirt, so if you’re looking to buy any Busted Tees shirts, I suggest you get ready for tomorrow. You can also use a coupon to get another 10% off your order, bringing the price down to $11 a shirt.

You don’t want to miss this. $12 shirts + 10% coupon = win.

There was a 25% coupon before, but unfortunately it has been disabled. 10% is the best you’ll be able to get. Still a hot deal.

New Series from Owl Movement – Lines and Diagrams

Owl Movement has just released Series 7 – Lines and Diagrams. As I’ve come to expect from them, it’s another batch of excellent and creative designs. Rather than talking about it, I’ll let their new designs do the speaking.

There’s not a single one I dislike. Check them out at Owl Movement.

1988: The Human Genome Project from Shirt.Woot

There’s only one thing I don’t like about this shirt, and that’s that it’s printed on black. Other than that, it’s another nice turnout from the Shirt.Woot Derby. I’m surprised this one only took second place, I’d like to see the first place one. It’s sold out for today, but if you come back tomorrow you can still pick it up for the low price of $15 with free shipping.

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