Poketo has amazing taste in products. I’m not just talking about t-shirts–their wallets, prints, and pretty much everything else are all great. I’m probably going to end up buying about three prints, a wallet, and maybe this shirt. If I had a money tree I’d be getting a whole helluva lot more than that too.
As for this shirt, I have a full-on love affair with Marcus Oakley’s (the artist) style. It’s a superb illustration, and we could all benefit from taking this sweet-looking monster’s advice.
You can pick this one up for $28.00 at Poketo. I really recommend you check out the rest of their stuff as well. And yeah, we have a Poketo coupon, although I think it just expired yesterday unfortunately.
No time to write but this is real cool! Check it out at Shirt Fight. It’s printed on American Apparel.
Aww, look at the cute monster. I really like this one from Fair and Bare, who I had never heard about until I stumbled upon them today. I feel like the monster–I really like nature. People should stop killing it. That’d be cool.
You can pick this one up for 16 pounds over at Fair and Bare.
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted about Go Ape Shirts, partly because they’ve been quiet as well. However, Josh’s new release of a shirt by Olly Moss, in Momento Mori, prompted me to go back and take another look.
I can’t believe I’ve never posted about this shirt before. The dude just looks awesome. Pure, pure, awesome. I would be proud to wear this shirt.
Check it out over at Go Ape Shirts. It’s printed all up on an American Apparel tee.
I just watched Batman Begins today (which technically doesn’t have the Joker, but who cares), so when Threadless released this shirt I felt an urge to post it. It’s pretty damn creepy, but in a good way.
In other news, spring break starts tomorrow. Yayyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!!!!
“hirsute [hur-soot] -adjective: of, pertaining to, or characteristic of hair.”
Man, Jeremy is always coming up with great ideas for shirts (and lines of shirts). This one is definitely no exception. Thanks to Jeremy, you can proudly display the hair of any number of your favorite historical figures.
The colors he picked (yellow and red) are excellent and, much more importantly, they’re all beautiful renditions of the applicable person’s hirsute inclinations (did I use that right?).
Anyway, check out all the options at Hirsute History–I’ve only picked two of my many favorites. While you’re at it, check out Jeremy’s other stuff as well. It’s grand. Amorphia Apparel was one of the first brands I wrote about, if I can remember that far back (it’s been like 3 years. Geeeeeeeeeeeeeez!!!).
I’ve got to say–this is a damn interesting theme for a site. To quote them, “Owlses uses the world’s ubiquitous, smartest, loved and simultaneously misunderstood extant nocturnal birds of prey that resemble and blatantly celebrate a (usually) stereotypical character in society.”
I think this one, PrepOwl, is my definite favorite. I love the glasses and the shirt design, replete with skinny tie. The colors just look great.
You can pick it up for $20 at Owlses, on what I believe is American Apparel. I’m definitely gonna keep an eye on these guys–I wanna see what owls they come up with next.
There’s something funny about a Hasidic Jew doin’ the Michael Jordan dunk. It’s quirky and kind of random, but made me laugh nonetheless.
Just Jew It comes from Lonely Dinosaur, who are the makers of the Philosoraptor shirt I featured awhile back. You can pick this up for $20 on a really comfortable organic cotton T-Shirt.