I just got an email from Jerry about Lazy Oaf. I checked them out, and I must say that their design style is quite awesome. All their shirts are great, I just chose this one because it was the first to catch my eye.
As the site says, “not only do German Shepherds make the best guard dogs, but they also happen to look rather dashing in pink aviators.” It’s definitely a true statement. Grab this one for 25 pounds over at Lazy Oaf.
Lazy Oaf is famous for it’s bright pop graphic T-shirts, reversible sweats and accessories collections. The company is driven by illustration, graphics, drawing, and fuelled by tea, hamburgers and Brian Blessed’s knarley foot. The Oaf’s have often contributed to print projects, exhibitions and events.
This East London based creative label was started by Gemma Shiel back in 2001 with hand screen printed tee’s and a market stall in East London, skip to the present and lazy Oaf is available in over 150 stockists worldwide. 2004 saw the opening of the lazy oaf store in Soho which houses all of the collections and further Oaf oddities sourced from Japan and the US.
I just discovered the awesome t-shirt resource that is TopatoCo. They act as the merchant for numerous comic strips, and sell some kick ass funny tees. This one comes from Kate Beaton, which from just a quick glance, seems to be a great strip. I love the paint style, and it’s true – reading is crazy.
Pick it up for $18.00 on American Apparel.
A new (to me) release from one of my favorite brands, Black Sea Apparel. Normally I wouldn’t be a huge fan of bunnies on a shirt, but this design just…works. Maybe it’s the pretty colors (I know you all come here for my in-depth analysis). It’ll run you $21 over at Black Sea Apparel.
Dear T-Shirt Project, this shirt is awesome. Thank you for making it.
If you can’t see, the words read “If the pen is mightier than the sword…then words on a shirt are killer!”.
I just wish they would print it on more shirts/sizes. Right now stock is very, very limited and I think you can only get it on a polo. You can check out the various sizes/colors at their Etsy shop.
This design is clean, simple, and to the point, not to mention pretty sweet looking. You can show off your inner bear (or wolf, they have that one too) to the entire world. You can grab this one for $18 at Foe Paws Apparel. It’s printed on a pistachio colored shirt with a vintage fit, not sure what brand that is, but it will most likely fit slim.
Foe Paws Apparel was started by artist / designer / photographer Brian Kyle in February of 2007. Foe Paws was created because we love wearing awesome t-shirts, since no one makes awesome shirts anymore we had to make them for ourselves (and you).
I think you guys will either love or hate this shirt (this can be said for most of TorsoPants’ shirts). I’m on the love side, so it get’s posted, but if you don’t have my weird sense of humor maybe you’ll think this shirt is a tad on the stupid side. And if for some reason you don’t get it, just stare at it a little longer.
You can customize what shirt you want this printed on, so it could be cheaper or more expensive, but if you want it on American Apparel it’ll run you $19. You can also pick what color shirt it’s printed, I chose white, let me know if you guys think it looks better on a different color.
I’m not sure I can really explain what this shirt is about, or even why I like it. Despite that, I still truly do like it and am seriously debating pulling out the ole debit card and getting myself one. It’ll run you $27 from Tank Theory.
Here’s their description if that will help you figure things out:
Consisting of a trans-dimensional “statue” puffin that casper blue, Inner Space allows each of us to travel galaxies from the inside out
I haven’t decided yet whether it’s a bad thing that I found this shirt really funny – it might be revealing a little too much math nerd in me. But, if you’re like me, and you too find this funny, pick it up from Snorg Tees for $16.95 and wear it to your next Mathlete event. Printed on American Apparel.