Introducing FaceLift Shirts

I just got an email from Prescott about a fairly new line called FaceLift shirts. The shirts are just like any other graphic tee, but with the added “lift” part of the shirt illustrated by the above images. It’s an interesting/goofy twist on the graphic shirt, and it also gives you an excuse to show off your awesome six pack (or undershirt), so win-win.

They’ve got a bunch of different designs, such as the Nerd or the Surfer, but I think my favorite is the one featured. Clowns are super creepy, so when you lift the shirt it’s a creep-tastic surprise¬†for whoever (no m, right?) you’re with.

The shirts will cost about $22.00, and they’re printed on recycled, organic cotton which Prescott describes as some of the softest tees ever, which I’m all about. Go check ‘em out.

Detectives Tee from Sharp Shirter

This shirt…I don’t know. Help me out. I can’t describe it…but I like it. Is there some symbolism (or symbology as much of America would say) of the lion and the squid that I’m missing? Or is it just that quirkily awesome? To be honest, I don’t care. I like it, and it reminds me of Sharp Shirter’s Haymaker shirt which I could’ve sworn I’d previously posted about, but am unable to find (meaning that I’ll be posting about it soon, because I love that design).

Tell me your thoughts if you care to in the comments section; or maybe you want to Facebook or tweet about it though our new handy set of social networking icons at the bottom of this post. It’s up to you to decide! The power lies solely, and squarely, in your hands.

You can pick this shirt up for $22.00 at Sharp Shirter. It’s printed on American Apparel blanks.

Popeye Punch from Regal Clothing

This shirt was designed to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Popeye the Sailor (January 17th 1929 was the day of his “birth”), which I’m a little late on unfortunately. However, I am glad I managed to find it, because I dig it quite a bit.

I eat a very large volume of spinach, so I can appreciate and support Popeye’s inclination towards those muscle building green leave (not those green leaves). The design’s goofy, the colors are cool, and it’s available for 17.50 pounds from Regal Clothing. Go check it out, and support my spinach eating compadre.

Robocop Crossing the Alps on a Unicorn from Olly Moss and Go Ape Shirts

Go Ape Shirts have just released their newest shirt, designed by the well known artist Olly Moss. I can’t really think of a word or a phrase that could accurately encapsulate everything about this shirt. So…just take it at face value–it’s Robocop…crossing the alps…on a unicorn, and I dig it.

You can pick it up for $20.00 at Go Ape Shirts. It’s printed on American Apparel.

Go Ape Shirts have also reprinted Hip Hop Hibernation, which remains one of my favorite shirt designs. It’s in the original moss color, as well as an all new silver edition.

Cameraman’s Dream from Sharpshirter

I really dig this design from Sharpshirter. I’m sure there’s many the cameraman who would prefer a situation such as this one (although that might be a somewhat shortsighted view given the larger implications of not having a head).

The idea is cool, and the design came off quite well, so bravo to Sharpshirter.

You can pick it up for $22.00 at their store. They also print their designs on American Apparel blanks.

Danger Gnome Shirt from ReThink Clothing

The gnome on this shirt looks super goofy, he’s got a killer beard going on, and I love the color (mint) of the blank. He’s also apparently into some shady shit based on the bullet blowin’ a whole in his hat.¬† These are all quality characteristics of a shirt, and make me like this shirt.

You can pick this one up for the freshly lowered price of $14.99 at ReThink Clothing. It’s printed on American Apparel blanks (the best makers of the mint color).

Mr T-Shirt from Atslopes

This shirt is not only a very funny play on words, but it’s also visually awesome because Mr. T is kind of a bonified badass.

I love how subtle his face is–most Mr. T shirts just put his face on a yellow shirt. This one is better. The shading effect (if thats the right term) that Atslopes have used just looks great, and Mr. T is sporting a great facial expression.

So yeah, I like it. You can pick it up on sale for $20 at Atslopes. It’s printed on American Apparel.

Fashionista Giraffe Shirt from Unleash Studio

I just got an email from Melissa of Unleash Studio about their new animal series of shirts. The shirts all feature animals with a somewhat “human” twist–fashionista boots in the case of my favorite design here.

The designs are all unique and creative and have some pretty sweet c0l0r choices (this shirt for example). A portion of the profits will also be donated to help animals lead better lives, which is always cool.

You can pick these bad boys up for $24.00 at Unleash Studio. They’re printed on American Apparel.

Origami Pigeon from Random Objects

I’m a big fan of pigeons, especially those ballsy ones that aren’t afraid to stare you down in the middle of the street. Pigeons take on that aggressive air so common with city dwellers, and that is awesome.

Consequently, I dig this shirt from Random Objects. The pigeon staring out from his origami counterpart is quite piercing…in a pigeony kind of way.

You can pick this up for $20.00 at Random Objects. It’s printed on American Apparel 2001 tees, a quality choice.

The Walrus from Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction

I can’t think of anything to write about this shirt. I mean, it’s a huge walrus on a shirt–what do you say? I will offer that I like the grey version the most (by far). Other than that I’m pretty much typing to add word count to this post, because I feel weird “writing” a post with less than fifty words. I just passed fifty? Sweet, thanks for letting me know. I’m done.

Check it out at Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. It’ll cost you $28.00

P.S. I really do dig this shirt despite not having anything (n.e.thing) to say about it.

P.P.S. This shirt is a tribute to the music blog entitled “The Walrus”, which I previously haven’t read, but I’m going to start now.

P.P.P.S. This post has 127 words (not counting this last P.P.P.S.)

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