I think you guys will either love or hate this shirt (this can be said for most of TorsoPants’ shirts). I’m on the love side, so it get’s posted, but if you don’t have my weird sense of humor maybe you’ll think this shirt is a tad on the stupid side. And if for some reason you don’t get it, just stare at it a little longer.
You can customize what shirt you want this printed on, so it could be cheaper or more expensive, but if you want it on American Apparel it’ll run you $19. You can also pick what color shirt it’s printed, I chose white, let me know if you guys think it looks better on a different color.
I haven’t decided yet whether it’s a bad thing that I found this shirt really funny – it might be revealing a little too much math nerd in me. But, if you’re like me, and you too find this funny, pick it up from Snorg Tees for $16.95 and wear it to your next Mathlete event. Printed on American Apparel.
Walkie Talkies sent me this tee a couple of weeks ago to review (I can be kind of slow sometimes). They let me pick out the design, so I obviously like it. I figure I’m unique, so I may as well trademark myself.
Walkie Talkies prints their designs on American Apparel shirts. They screen-print their designs, which equals a soft, non-annoying print. I can attest to this from wearing the physical shirt, the quality is great.
Back in 2003, Walkie Talkie founder Loren Klein, a graphic design sophomore attending the Rhode Island School of Design, was hawking the now infamous Bull Shirt on the street to students passing by. Today, Walkie Talkie is using that same sense of humor to come up with even funnier designs and connect with more people on the web.
Definitely check out the rest of their shirts. Loren has a great sense of humor, and that really comes through in all his designs.
PS. Congrats to aeric, who won the Black Hole Sun t-shirt from DBH.
Fed up with the economy? Give it the big F You with this shirt from Print Liberation. It could also be interpreted as the economy getting an F grade, but I prefer to go with the former interpretation. Print Liberation has some awesome text tees, and are coming out with a lot of political tees due to the coming election. If you support Obama, you’ll probably like them, if you don’t, they probably won’t be your thing (unless you think Palin is an alien).
With an unconditional love for typography, design, logos, screen printing and creative direction, Print Liberation works hard everyday to make smart and effective design for the world and its people.
It’ll run you $15 and is printed on American Apparel.
Busted Tees just came out with some voting themed shirts by Someecards (they take the old pictures and put the words for those who don’t know). They’re some pretty cool shirts, with the top two above being my favorites. I just wish they had used some color variation, all the gray get’s a little annoying.
Also, they’re having a Recession Special, where all shirts are only $15.99 for a limited time. You can take that down another 10% with a Busted Tees coupon.
I was looking around Bigcartel for new tees when I came across this one. I think it’s a sweet design, but I especially like the motivation the artist had for creating the shirt. Here’s the background in his own words:
I was asking my friends one day what I should design next, and a couple of my friends suggested I draw some red and yellow elephants.
I don’t think this what they had in mind, but I couldn’t think of a better way to make a bad ass bull elephant then to make it look like it was angry, red and big.
Hey Everyone! After an extended hiatus of more than 9 months, we are back with new T-shirts, a new blog, and new HTML email, yay. We’ve printed smaller amounts than normal, so get the shirts you want before they sell out. (Holding a shirt in your cart does not let you reserve a shirt).
I was sad when I noticed that Oddica seemed to be fading away. Then I saw their sale a few weeks ago, and finally got this email today, and I was glad (sad-glad, that’s a horrible saying, I know). They’ve printed the four shirts above, which are all awesome, as well as adding some other new stuff. Check it out at Oddica.
Introducing the beastliest cat of all time.
410 BC just recently came out with an entire new line, including this super sweet Sabertooth shirt. I’m not a huge fan of the branding, but I don’t think it’s excessive in this shirt. Still, that would be my only gripe if someone asked me about it.
It’s on backorder for now, but you can still go ahead and buy it at 410 BC for $28.