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.
Headline Shirts is back at it–taking creative liberties with quotes from famous historical figures like they never stopped. This time, they bring you oddly prescient words from George A. Custer before his famous last stand: “Gotta like these odds.” I love this series of shirts, and Custer’s Last Words is no disappointment. Plus, the man has a sweet mustache, which just adds another layer of cool to the shirt.
Here’s a nifty little t-shirt called Midnight Mind from a Beneath Rejection, a Sydney based company. I like simple designs like these, and who doesn’t enjoy a good night’s sky.
You can buy the t-shirt at the Beneath Rejection store. Unfortunately, it’s a little pricey coming in at $40.00 + shipping (well…maybe more than a little pricey). No one ever said cool t-shirts came cheap though, and it is printed on a comfortable American Apparel blank, so the tee has that going for it.
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.
Anytime you combine Star Wars and Ghostbusters on a t-shirt, the results are probably going to be worth looking at. That is the truth with today’s offering from Teefury, which features two Storm Troopers rangling up a ghost Obi Wan Kenobi Ghostbusters-style. The creativity abounds (just watched the Big Lebowski).
As with all Teefury designs, the shirt is only for sale until midnight tonight, so don’t dawdle. It does only cost $10 though…so that’s cool.
If you remember a while back there was this store I always posted called Vintage Vantage. Well, they closed down a couple years ago and I was sad. Today, I’m happy, because they’re back, though under a new name: Buy Me Brunch. As their email says, it’s the “Same people, softer t-shirts, brand new name and website.” They had the most comfortable t-shirts ever before, so if they’re even softer…well, it’s gonna be awesome. Anyway, check out their new (and old) offerings at the Buy me Brunch site. You’ll definitely be seeing shirts from them in the future on troundup.
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.
If you’re looking to showcase a political t-shirt but don’t like what the actual parties have to offer, Fancy Politics is for you. They have some interesting takes on the current election, as well as a few shirts from the past, including this Bill Clinton themed shirt, Rascal. They also have a JFK shirt if that’s more your style.
Rascal, and the rest of their offerings, can be found at the Fancy Politics store. It sells for $20.
P.S. Don’t tell Hillary about “rascal”.