I posted about that sweet Lob City t-shirt a few months ago, so I figured it was only fair to show the opposing side of the spectrum. It’s true that a lot of bandwagon Clippers fans have come out of the woodwork (although Billup’s injury and their other recent woes may have slowed this down). This shirt is especially good if you’re a Lakers fan who is bitter about the meteoric rise of the Clippers. It’s good stuff–just don’t get in a fight with any Clippers fans.
You can hop on the bandwagon for $20.00 at the Bandwagon store. They sell the design in a bunch of different colors, so you can get the one which makes you the happiest.
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.
Bill Murray is unequivocally one of the coolest cats out there. Whether he’s busting ghosts, or taking part in hilarious cameos in movies like Zombieland, he always keep it real. Given that, I was incredibly psyched when I saw Pop Chart Lab’s line (dare I say obsession?) of funny Bill Murray shirts. They’ve got Bill as Buzz Lightyear, Batman, and a bunch of other stuff. This one is my favorite though–Bill as Han Solo. He fits the role perfectly. I suppose the movies might have been a tad different with Bill acting, but it most likely would have only helped. This design rules, and Pop Chart Lab has a bunch of other cool t-shirts which you will definitely be seeing on troundup in the future.
You can buy this Bill Solo t-shirt for $22.00 at the Pop Chart Lab store. They print on 90/10 cotton-poly blend blanks, which should be pretty comfortable.
I posted about this awesome “Lookin’ for Love in Alderaan Places” shirt a few weeks ago. However, that shirt was being sold on Teefury, which means it was only available to purchase for a mere 24 hours, which does not do this wonderful design justice. Well, I’m happy to say that Alan, the designer, just emailed me and told me that he will be selling a limited edition run of 100 more t-shirts. These will probably go fast, so if you’re kicking yourself for missing out the first time around, don’t wait and be a double failure. The price is $17.00 this time around, and you can buy it at Alan’s Big Cartel store.
Woo boy, this shirt from Tshirt Contest is pretty friggin’ awesome. It combines Star Wars with the NFL, a joining sure to please most people. It’s a play on the Oakland Raiders logo–check it out:
The design is pretty self-explanatory, so I’m not going to devote too much time to the text of the post. All I will say is that this shirt is awesome, Captain Ribman (the designer of this shirt) is a witty dude. This shirt can be bought at the Tshirt Contest store for $20.00. They print on Hanes Nano-T t-shirt blanks.
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.
I, most likely similar to many of you guys, grew up with a healthy dosage of Calvin and Hobbes. I loved that little dude and his tiger–just great comics. I still own a ton of the books as well. Therefore, I was incredibly happy when I saw this awesome Calvin and Hobbes t-shirt on Teefury. Check it out:
The design features a badass spaceman Calvin, along with a very vicious looking tiger. It looks like something that could come straight out of one of his fantasies (look at the landscape in the background–it’s drawn very much like a comic book). The juxtaposition of the two styles (comic vs. more realistic) is brilliant. This design reminds me of my childhood and is absolutely awesome. You can pick it up for only $10, however, after 24 hours this design will be gone forever. Act quick!
I dig the use of Darth Vader in this shirt. You might not even notice him at first, but then he’s down there at the bottom of the shirt looking all awesome. I like that they left the regular card at the top, and just inserted Vader at the bottom. I think that is the best way they could have done it. I also enjoy the tiny Death Star in the bottom right of the shirt–very cool. You can buy this t-shirt for $50 (yeah, the price is a little steep) at the Cuppa-T store.