This sale was already good enough for me with the provided graphic–the $10 t-shirts are just gravy on the cake (yes, so good that you put the gravy over the icing). I don’t see an end date, but at least for now you can get hundreds of tees for just $10, with more for only $15 (still not a bad deal). Check out the sale at the Threadless website.
I feel a bit like this t-shirt could have been executed a tad better with a bit of a cartoonish feel. With that being said, it’s still a great design that I will happily wear. I have the utmost respect for Mr. Swanson (of the Parks and Recreation TV show world for those who aren’t familiar), so I can fully stand behind this design.
Threadless has gone mainstream! They were just featured as the $2500 question (aka easy question) for last night’s Who Wants To Be A Millionaire episode. There’s no t-shirt for sale here, but I thought this was too cool not to share. I hope all of you would have gotten the question correct!
P.S. Thanks to Samuel Leung for sharing this picture on Facebook.
Abe Lincoln is a pretty busy guy in the t-shirt world. He’s been known to enjoy some tattoos, but right now he’s apparently into fighting dinosaurs in this newly released design from Alex Solis. It’s pretty goofy, but I like it.
Threadless just released their collection of 23 Iron Man inspired t-shirts today, with a ton of good designs making the cut. I can’t really choose one–so I’ve given you guys the collage from their newsletter above. I love these big name theme collections they’ve been doing lately–makes for a lot of awesome t-shirts.
You can find all 23 Iron Man t-shirts at Threadless’ store. The “Rocket” design from from Luc Journot is my favorite, but like I said, there are a bunch of great designs. Don’t forget about some Threadless coupons, if available.
You may remember Foster the People’s catchy song Pumped Up Kicks from last year. Well, it turns out that Threadless recently held a design competition for Foster the People t-shirts. They chose four designs, of which “Torches” is definitely my favorite (though the other designs are also well done). You can buy the shirt for $19.50 at the Threadless store. Check for some Threadless coupons to save some money.
Also check out the zoomed in version of the shirt to catch all the cool little details:
It’s been a bit of a barrage of President’s Day sales posts, so sorry for that. But, Threadless is also offering a deal that’s worth checking out. You can get 20% off by using the code FATPREZ20 until 2/19 at 10 am. Enjoy the savings.