Vintage Vantage was kind enough to send me three of their awesome shirts to check out. Just like my earlier review, I was again blown away by the awesomeness of the shirts. Here are some some shots of the shirts I snagged:
Probably my favorite text tee ever. I think the line is genius.
Who needs drugs when you have yourself?
This shirt made me lol. On the front is the tiger, and on the back (not pictured) it has the text, “I’m Right Behind You”. Of course, if someone is reading the text on the back of your shirt, theres no way you could be behind them.
As usual, the shirts are incredibly soft. I wish I knew where they got their Vintagesoft fabric, so I could buy it in bulk, and maybe use it as sheets on my bed. The prints are super soft too, you won’t even notice they’re there.
They’ve also released a new site, complete with a blog. They appear to be adding new shirts at a more rapid pace than before, and every week they’re discounting one of their shirts down to $12.50 (you get to vote to decide which one). All of these things are awesome things, I think they’re a great company and will continue to grow.
I just wish they would stop having sales on their blanks (not actually), they’re taking all my money. Check out their blanks section to pick up super Vintagesoft ringers for $2.50 and hoodies for $20.
So, check out Vintage Vantage and buy some shirts, you won’t regret it. I’d venture to say they’re my favorite company out there right now. I even set up a special Vintage Vantage coupon page to house up-to-date coupons for them. Right now you can save 21%.
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.
Amg! I love this shirt. Let’s start by defining Gnome Sayin, for this who don’t know. From Urban Dictionary, Gnome Sayin is “Proper spelling of the popular phrase “Know what I’m sayin” “. So now that we have that out of the way, let’s get on to why this shirt is balls to the wall awesome. Essentially, I could sum this up with the fact that it has some sweet looking gnomes – but not just regular gnomes, they’re gnomes with gold foil bling (yes, real foil). Then you add in the aforementioned phrase and you get total awesome.
Pick it up for $34 from Blood is the New Black.
The level of awesome of this shirt is pretty damn high. The hat, glasses, big chain, and what looks to be grill (maybe not? You tell me) on the bear all make this shirt quite ill. I guarantee this one sparks some weird conversations/comments.
Pick it up on American Apparel for $18.00 at Go Ape Shirts.
This is the ultimate picture taking tee! Exploding out of the lenses is a watercolor ghost Cheesin’ for the camera!
I’m severely disappointed that this shirt is sold out in guy’s medium. I can sometimes squeeze into a guy’s small, so I’m actually debating buying that and hoping it works out.
Pick it up for only $15 on sale at Lucky Stripes. Poke around and check out their other designs to, they’ve got some good ones (they’ll probably be written about by me eventually either way).
Just got an email from Andy about his clothing line AndyMonsters (wonder where the name came from?). He’s released two new designs that give 100% (thats alot more than usual) of the proceeds to charity.
I’m trying to raise money for two causes. One is the Water Project which builds wells to provide clean drinking water in third world countries. The other is Smile Train which performs surgeries for children born with cleft palates. Philanthropy is a huge part of our line and was hoping you could help raise awareness on the issues.
All the designs are really unique and well done. He’s based them all on Teddy Monsters instead of Teddy Bears.
Use the code “summer” for 15% off your order. T-Shirts run about $25-28 and are on what looks to be American Apparel. Check them out at AndyMonsters.
Mustache t-shirts strike back again. Sunstache Kid comes from a collaboration with Craig “Wotto” Watkins. It’s certainly sure to stir some conversation, as I think it’s a pretty unique design. Each shirt is one of a kind, complete with a hand printed tag on the softest shirts Fuzzy Ink could find. Check it out at their store. It’s currently on pre-order for $15.95.
PS. Has anyone heard the results from DBH’s Friend-A-Thon? I’ll email the winners of my contest soon.
I just got an email from John Paul at Fuzzy Ink letting me know about the launch of their company. Fuzzy Ink, like another company that I will be doing a physical review of soon (thought I’d throw in some suspense by leaving it unnamed) bases all their designs on Mustaches. With sayings like, “I got 99 staches and a beard ain’t one”, you can’t go wrong.
Check it out at Fuzzy Ink.
Excellent pun based on Soulja Boy, a quick google will tell you what you need to know. I might wear this for the next time I encounter a large group of people with no dancing ability trying to pull of the Soulja boy dance (this happens about three times a week, sometimes more when school is out).
Pick it up for $12.95 at RandomShirts.
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.