This t-shirt from Carnifex Ferry features an interesting use of a semi-wrap-around print. Unless you have an aversion to ants crawling across your torso, I’d say it’s a pretty cool tee. Note the music (pun) for some more interest.
Headline Shirts is starting what seems to be a series detailing the various ethnicities of bulldogs. So far they have the French and English bulldog, and I think they’re coming out with a new one soon.
You can get started on collecting them all by buying this tee for $28.00 from the Headline Shirts store.
This design from Matt Braun already has enough pre-orders to get printed, so you can now pick it up for $24.00 at the Cotton Bureau store. It’s a simple design, but I enjoy it. It reminds me of Zeus or some other classical figure’s beard.
I’ve admitted it before–I’m a sucker for hip hop animals. The new Pug Life t-shirt from Goodie Two Sleeves definitely fits that category. It also reminds me a lot of Tupac–which I like.
You can pick the design up for $21.95 from the Goodie Two Sleeves store. Goodie Two Sleeves prints their designs on some of the most comfortable t-shirt blanks I’ve ever worn–so they have that going for them too.
Shirtshimi is a New York City based brand with a bunch of quirky designs like this one. If you’re looking for a little background, this design is inspired by “Ramune drinks in Japan that signify the Summer”. I’m not quite sure what that is, but I enjoy the design nonetheless.
You can buy Mabu and check out the rest of the designs over at the Shirtshimi store.
Hirsute History is an awesome member of the Amorphia Apparel/Science conglomerate (and several other brands as well). Their concept is pretty simple–chronicling famous people’s hair in t-shirt form. They do it pretty well. I enjoy this design because not only is Ernest Hemingway a good writer, he also has some of the best hair around.
You can buy the design for $17+ (depending on configuration) at Hirsute History’s store.
The artist behind this shirt, biotwist, fully recognizes that this shirt is a bad pun. A bad pun doesn’t equal a bad t-shirt–which is why I chuckled at this design so much. Sure, it makes no sense–but it’s still a panda dressed as Peter Pan.
I dig this new Predator inspired release from Jack Teague at Boy Parker. The style of the illustration is great, and the Game Over text makes me chuckle a bit. Also, it looks like the Predator is bowling with the skull, which I like (though I’m not sure if that’s intended).