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.
It’s been a bit since I’ve posted anything from Poketo, so I thought I would rectify that by showing you this sweet Bear Camp t-shirt that is available for pretty cheap as a final sale product. It’s probably damn near impossible to read on the small image, but the shirt says stuff like “be afraid, be very afraid,” “raw” and “no camping allowed under my dead hollow oak tree”. I dig the overall illustration style of this shirt–especially how the bear and clouds are drawn. This quirky stuff is like catnip to me (if I were a cat and all…).
As I said, this tee is currently on final sale for $15.00 at the Poketo store. There are only limited sizes still available, so don’t dawdle if you want to wake up to this bad boy in your closet.
This shirt reminds me very much of Go Ape Shirt’s Hip Hop Hibernation shirt, which is a good thing, because I love that design. The designs are similar, but definitely have enough differences that I enjoy both (the personified animal idea isn’t a hidden secret or anything). I like that this one is in grey-scale, and is a much more realistic looking bear. Both are great designs, and I will probably add Black Bear from Design by Humans to my closet very soon.
You can purchase this design for $22.00 at their store. I also have a Design by Humans coupon code page which should save you at least 10% on your order (maybe more if they release a new code anytime soon).
Lain Lee sent me a tweet about his awesome Kickstarter project, through which he is trying to get three of his designs funded and printed. The designs are all great, but this one is my definite favorite. It’s goofy, and I love the style. I was never a true doodler in class (I just went with geometric shapes), but I have respect for all those with the Doodle Power. You can head over to the Kickstarter page to get all the details and find out how you can secure one of these bad boys to drape across your chest.
It’s super late so I’m only briefly checking in to let you guys know about this awesome t-shirt from Graniph. It’s called Life is Fun, and I love the simple nature of the illustration. The guy looks like he’s having a great time with his cigar and skateboard! You can buy it for ~$29.71 over at the Graniph Store.
Let me start out with a quote from Dark Cycle Clothing, the designer of this t-shirt: “Tyrannosaurus Rex. Bike. T-Shirt. What more could you want?” They’ve summed up the essence of this t-shirt exceptionally well. It covers all the characteristics of a high quality shirt, and it looks friggin’ awesome doing it. The green on white looks great, and I love shirts that have a T-Rex riding a bike (there are probably 20-30 of these out there–it’s a more common design than you’d think).
You can grab the design for $21 from Dark Cycle Clothing’s Etsy shop. They also have it in numerous other color combinations, as well as women’s and kid’s sizes. They print on American Apparel t-shirts. As you might surmise, Dark Cycle Clothing’s store is mostly dedicated to bicycle themed t-shirts. Kudos to Hide Your Arms for bringing them to my attention.