This shirt is quite topical for the US political season. I confess I’m a bit out of the loop, but I did manage to hear about Ben Carson’s genius explanation of pyramids, even in Vietnam. Teach the Controversy from the Amorphia Apparel family of shirts has decided to immortalize that idea with their Grain Storage Pyramid t-shirt.
This shirt might not have as much relevance after Ben Carson sinks back into obscurity, so I recommend buying it quick and getting as much wear out of it as you can. Strike while the iron is hot!
This is a pretty sweet use of an all-over print. I love this design. Something about the slight creepiness mixed with the detail of the milk spraying up tickles my aesthetic sense. It gets the troundup thumbs up.
You can buy Calcium is Good for $34.00 at the Society 6 store. I know that price is a bit steep, but it is a damn cool design that will certainly get you comments.
I’m not usually the biggest fan of (sort of) inspirational style t-shirts like this one, but I think the typography is too cool not to share. The artist, Meg Lewis, has done a great job. Truly a cool style to make me like a shirt in a category I don’t usually enjoy.
You can buy 2 RAD 2B SAD for ~$26.00 (depending on your options) from the Cotton Bureau store.
Ok, I know these aren’t technically t-shirts, but they come from a t-shirt company, so hopefully that still counts. Teefury just put a whole set of ugly Christmas sweaters on pre-order. They will ship out on November 9th, and they cost $25.00 each, which is a pretty damn good price for a sweater (even if it is ugly).
This Peanuts inspired offering is my favorite–truly ugly, but in a charming way.
This is a cool use of an all-over print. It’s a little bold for something that I personally would wear but I can see this shirt being quite popular for people with that style.
Sometimes patriotism means wearing a t-shirt of Abraham Lincoln riding a t-rex. This is one of those times.
I believe Buy me Brunch is the reincarnation of the company formerly known as Vintage Vantage. They always made some of the most comfortable t-shirts, so hopefully this trend continues.
It appears that in the previous year (and some months) Imaginary Foundation has decided to release a new sublimation style of shirts. As far as I can tell, this involves some wicked all-over prints. I chose one which is pretty sweet, while also being on sale, so it won’t break the bank quite as much as some of their more full price offerings.
I’m glad to see that Out of Print Clothing kept up releasing designs during my brief sabbatical. This shirt caught my eye, and while Heinlein might be more my speed that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy some Asimov. You can’t really go wrong with such a comparison. The shirt comes from the first edition cover. If you haven’t read the Foundation series, you should do that…and then buy the shirt.