This is just a simple little t-shirt from Poketo. I like it, though–it appears to the quirkier side of me. And I like the image of bears riding a…what’s a tandem + 1 bike? Whatever that is.
You can buy the shirt for $30.00 at the Poketo store. A little pricey, I know. Sorry.
For some reason, pandas seem to make quality t-shirt subjects, especially when you give them mohawks. I think Design by Humans has a couple panda shirts now, but this one just might be my favorite.
This is a fairly simple design, but I think the color scheme makes it quite cool. Plus, giraffes are a pretty neat animal, which makes it even nicer. You can buy this shirt for $26.64 at the Graniph Store (the price is funky because it’s being converted from Japanese Yen.
This t-shirt, called Ascent, is from Fullbleed’s newest series, Series 13. Like most (all) Fullbleed t-shirts, it’s pretty dang rad (and it continues that moon theme from the Beneath Rejection t-shirt I posted a couple days ago).
You can buy the t-shirt for $19.00 at the Fullbleed store. It’s printed on a Next Level Apparel tri-blend blank. Also, make sure to check out the entirety of Series 13 when you’re over at the store.
As with all Ugmonk t-shirts, this design is pretty simple (in a good way). It’s a nice, clean design; and I always love things that mess with your perception. You can buy it for $26.00 at the Ugmonk store, and they also have a version of the shirt printed on a mint colored t-shirt, which looks very cool as well.
I saw this sweet mountain lion t-shirt on Reddit and I had to share. I’m not sure just what’s happening in this shirt…but I am sure that I like it. It’s just one of those designs that appeals to me (and as I’ve said before, I always love personified animals).
You can buy the t-shirt for $20.00 from the folks at Free Dirt. They print on t-shirts that are “comparable to American Apparel,” so they should be comfy.
*note, if you actually need free dirt, you can head to freedirt.com and avail yourself of all the sod you could ever desire.
How many ram portrait t-shirts do you guys generally come across? I’m gonna guess not a lot. Hence, you’re welcome; because I’ve found you the finest ram portrait t-shirt on the ‘net. As with all quirky animal t-shirts, don’t ask me why I like them. I do though, so I’m sharing it with you.
You can pick up this tee (and a bunch of other cool animal portraits) from Supreme Being for 25 pounds (which is what–$75 nowadays?).
Yes, I’ve been lazy lately. Trying to get better about that though. To start back on the path to success, I would like to share this sweet new t-shirt from Publik with you guys. It’s called Path to Success, and it’s pretty goofily awesome. Make sure you go to their site and zoom in to see every little detail.
This shirt will cost you ~$66.00, so it isn’t cheap. Still, it’s real cool, and you can find it at the Publik store.
David Seibei tweeted about his friend’s store, lulinternet, which turned me on to this awesome, 8-bit rainbow of pizza. I suppose those adjectives sound a little weird when put together like that, but this shirt is so goofy and awesome I had to share. You won’t find shirts like this anywhere else.
If you’d like a pizza rainbow on your chest, you can purchase the shirt for only $14.95 at the lulinternet store. They print on Tultex tees, and this design is currently on pre-order and will ship in late April or May.
This is one absolutely crazy t-shirt from a relatively new brand called Doomsday Attire. For those who are having trouble figuring out what the hell is going on in this goofily awesome t-shirt, let me help–it’s a mashup of Macho Man Randy Savage and the Kool-Aid Man. Do you see it now? I thought so. I don’t know what lightbulb moment led to the creation of this shirt, but it was way too cool not to post up here. Troundup loves interesting shirts.
This is currently the only t-shirt that Doomsday Attire sells, and you can buy it for only $13.00 at their store. They print on Gildan brand t-shirts.