Just got an email from Justin at Weasel Farm. They’re pretty new, just formed in early 2008. Here’s the design philosophy from Justin himself,
The t-shirts almost always provide signature unique characters containing weaselly teeth and weaselly eyes. They provide a unique and interesting look while also providing some humor.
Right now they have two designs, with more on the way. I’d have to say my favorite is definitely Bull Shirt (the one on the left). Check them out at Weasel Farm. Also, the shirts are printed on American Apparel, if that’s a factor for you.
This one, from Uneetee, is definitely one of the best play on words I’ve seen in awhile. I feel like I remember seeing this one Threadless. Was it a failed design? Maybe someone can help me out. I know I saw this design before, I’m just not sure if it was on Uneetee or not. Either way, this is the first time it’s actually been on sale. It’ll run you $17, is printed on an eggplant American Apparel tee, and seems to be almost out of stock (so act quickly).
No time to write, but check out this tee from Heavy Rotation – I love the look of it:
Coming straight from Japan!
On sale for $24 at Heavy Rotation.
Camp-goers may never really understand the true torture faced when being roasted over the fire.
Marshmallows all over the world get revenge in this tee from Barry’s Farm. I recommend you check out everything at Barry’s Farm, it’s good stuff.
This one runs $20 and is printed on American Apparel.
Rock a giant beard without vesting any time in one. And while you’re at it, why don’t you add a second pair of everything on your face. Make sure your girlfriend knows which mouth is yours.
There are entire lines dedicated to mustaches and cupcakes, so why not a shirt with a beard? Get it for $36.00 at Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. It’s printed on the most comfortable shirt ever, American Apparel tri-blend.
This one comes from an Etsy store owner named GoingCrazyInSlowMo. I like the old style image (just like those bicycles) and the lack of a head is an interesting touch. This one comes in multiple colors – just poke around their store to find them. It’ll run you $17 and is printed on an American Apparel Organic 2001, which is a pretty comfortable shirt. Pick it up on Etsy.
Owl Movement has just released Series 7 – Lines and Diagrams. As I’ve come to expect from them, it’s another batch of excellent and creative designs. Rather than talking about it, I’ll let their new designs do the speaking.
There’s not a single one I dislike. Check them out at Owl Movement.
There’s really just one Threadless shirt I like this week, and it’s not even one of the new ones – it’s the reprint of Eclipse!. I think this shirt came out during one of their sales, so it sold out lightning fast. Thankfully, now it’s back, and printed on one of Threadless’ custom tees, which, by the way, are head and shoulders above the old Fruit of the Loom shirts they used to use.
They fit perfectly, at least on me, and are actually comfortable and not constricted to the shape of a box. I’m exceedingly happy Threadless decided to make the switch. So yeah, buy Eclipse!, because not only is it a good design, it’s printed on a good shirt.
Also, save $3 by using a Threadless coupon.
Hooray for random shirts. Shivtees emailed me awhile back looking to get reviewed, so I figured it was about time I got around to it. I guarantee this shirt will get lots of comments. I mean, honestly, if you saw someone wearing this, wouldn’t you ask them about it?
Shivtees sells shirts via Spreadshirt, so you can customize colors, t-shirt type, etc. Pick it up for $18.99 at Shivtees.
Glennz has gotten a bunch of designs printed on Threadless, so I think it’s a pretty good decision for him to open up his very own store. Right now, he’s got nine different tees printed on American Apparel. He’s got an excellent selection, it’s the same style (mostly) as the quality prints you’d see on Threadless (which makes sense). You can check out all his shirts, including Split Personality, at his shop.
For your viewing pleasure, here’s another one I like. This one’s called Dangerous Games, I think you can see why.