I like this one from Threadless. It’s creative, and kind of true. I think the designer did a really good job illustrating the shark as well. I also like that Threadless is back to printing on a lot of American Apparel blanks. They’re comfy.
I’ve also got a Threadless coupon site that I’m trying to revive. We’ll see how that goes.
I’m sad that I missed this, because it’s sold out now. I really like the simple style though, and I think everyone gets the feelings of monsters in the cortex every once in awhile.
Do they ever reprint Threadless Selects? I forget their policy on that. I feel like they don’t, which sucks, because I would like to purchase this shirt. Oh well, live and learn. We can all just look at the pretty picture and envision actually owning the shirt.
Hot damn! All Threadless’ tees are $9 for Black Friday only, and then they’re $12 until the end of their Holiday Sale. No matter what, those are some cheap tees.
I’ll post more black friday goodness when I get back from breakfast tomorrow–I hope everyone who’s crazy enough to go out there snags some good stuff.
I just got Threadless’ newsletter letting me know about their new collaboration with Twitter, and I must say it’s pretty snazzy. You can link your Twitter account to the new site and automatically submit tweets–it’s real simple. If your tweet gets printed, you win $500. It’s a sweet method of crowd-sourcing, and I’m sure it should produce some good quotes. It’s definitely something I’ll be watching, and you should too. Check it out at Twitter Tees.
I’m a big fan of this one, The Invisible Gentleman, from Threadless’ latest batch of shirts. It reminds me of Abbot and Costello Meet the Invisible Man, an awesome movie. See below, and then watch it sometime:
It’s printed on American Apparel, which I’ve decided I like better than Threadless’ regular blanks, so that’s a plus. It’ll run you $18 like all Threadless shirts. Check it out here!
Philip Tseng, the artist, has some other great designs that got printed at Threadless, so you should give those a peek too.
PS. Sorry for sucking at updating over the weekends, real life just gets a little time consuming sometimes.
Damn, this design is pretty cool. It reminds me somewhat of Imaginary Foundation’s style, although not completely like that. I just dig it, and it will be in my closet soon. Grab it at Threadless.
PS. How about this unicorn shirt (another design Mathiole had a hand in)? I guarantee it gets you some comments if you wear it.
If you didn’t notice from the last post, I like bright colors. I’m diggin this design from Teextile. Get free shipping by clicking here.
Lastly, Threadless released five shirts in honor of April Fool’s day. I find myself oddly attracted to this design, although all the releases are quality pieces.
So there you have it. I love the endless release of quality designs these contests provide.
Hot damn, this shirt is awesome. Lately I hadn’t seen anything I particularly liked on Threadless–I’ve been more into DBH–but this is definitely getting bought. It’s time to use some of the STPs I accumulated over the sale.
The concept is great, and I think it comes across really, really well as a shirt. It’s printed on American Apparel over Threadless’ blanks for some reason (I’m not complaining) and will run you $18. Grab it at Threadless.
For one week, Threadless has slashed the prices on tons of stuff, with tees from just $5. This means that for you, t-shirt fans, things are pretty awesome. I just wish Threadless hadn’t made their shipping charges so high.
Check out the sale! Also, expect more coverage when I’m not so rushed for time.
Today marks the beginning of Threadless’ annual holiday sale. You can pick up tons of Threadless shirts starting at the low price of $5. The standard discount seems to be from $18 to $15, which is nice given their new pricing structure. Still, I find myself yearning for the days when a sale meant newly released shirts for only $12.