I know it’s a little too early for Christmas t-shirts, but this one involves pizza, so I think it’s ok to make an exception. You can pick up Merry Crustmas for ~$27.00 at the Cotton Bureau store.
This is how you do an allover print, folks. It might be a little corny (I’m sorry!), but it’s beautiful and quirky in just the right way. Brady created BTangible ~two years ago when he was 17, and it’s developed into a brand with quite a few nice allover print t-shirts. This design is my favorite by far.
You can grab Iowa Sweet Corn on the Cob for only $20.00 from the BTangible store. I think that’s a pretty fair price for an allover print.
This is a pretty sweet use of an all-over print. I love this design. Something about the slight creepiness mixed with the detail of the milk spraying up tickles my aesthetic sense. It gets the troundup thumbs up.
You can buy Calcium is Good for $34.00 at the Society 6 store. I know that price is a bit steep, but it is a damn cool design that will certainly get you comments.
This is a cool use of an all-over print. It’s a little bold for something that I personally would wear but I can see this shirt being quite popular for people with that style.
Sometimes patriotism means wearing a t-shirt of Abraham Lincoln riding a t-rex. This is one of those times.
I believe Buy me Brunch is the reincarnation of the company formerly known as Vintage Vantage. They always made some of the most comfortable t-shirts, so hopefully this trend continues.
Howie Howards has three nifty sketch/pun t-shirts. I like the goofy style and the sketches–makes me think of dad jokes for some reason.
The shirts are a little pricey at $30.00, but a t-shirt will last forever, while those thirty $1 tacos will be gone in an instant. Pick it up at the Howie Howards store.
True to their name, Fuzzy Ink is utilizing a nice mustache pun in this t-shirt. You get extra points if you’re able to wear this shirt while rocking some type of stylish whiskers.
You can buy “Look Ma No Hands” from the Fuzzy Ink store. It’s printed on a 60/40 cotton/poly blend t-shirt.
This design isn’t quite the style that I personally would wear, but I enjoy it as an image. Very trippy. Plus, 10% of the proceeds from the shirt get donated to tiger conservation efforts, which is a neat little bonus.
You can buy this tank from Infinity Life’s store for $25.00. As I mentioned, $2.50 of that will be donated to Panthera, a tiger conservation organization.