First off, I hope everyone enjoyed whatever holiday you celebrate–I know I did. Troundup (me) is moving further into the digital age with an iPhone 4s (big post to celebrate that later!), and I’m already liking the change. Let’s get to the actual post though, ’cause you probably don’t want to read my babblings.
I love Fullbleed, so when they release any type of new design, I jump on it. Now, while these aren’t 100% new, they are re-imagined old designs that were out of stock…so they’re kind of new. That’s good enough for me. I dig all three designs, and you can grab them for $18.00 each over at the Fullbleed store. The designs are printed on American Apparel blanks.
I love this Game of Thrones themed t-shirt from Busted Tees, and I thought it was a perfect post as we move closer and closer to Christmas. “Winter is Coming” is, of course, the slogan of the Starks. This shirt depicts that text, along with a wild looking Stark (is that Ned?) riding in a sleigh pulled by what look like direwolves. It’s a pretty funny shirt if you follow the show…if you don’t, well, start watching (or reading of course). I also like the idea of Ned delivering presents–it’s a funny picture.
You can grab this design for $20 at Busted Tees. If you spend a minimum of $40, you can also get free overnight shipping with the code “FREEOVERNIGHT” and get it in time for Christmas. But yeah, I love this shirt, and I think it’s a great way to celebrate Christmas (or the holidays).
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything from Rise and Resist, but they always have cool tees, so I thought I would go ahead and change that. I really dig this one–”Slow Hands”. It looks super interesting–the black arms on the white just coming out at odd angles is awesome. I also love how the red nails pop–looks great.
You can grab this design for $25 at the RandR store. It’s printed on American Apparel blanks. Check out the product description while you’re there–it gave me a chuckle.
P.S. I very much like this model–sleeve tats on girls are awesome in my opinion.
If you follow basketball, you know how David Stern’s massive Paul-block of the Lakers has led to the Clippers getting CP3. Now, while I find this dissapointing because I like the Lakers, I cannot deny that it will be fun to watch Chris Paul throwing up lob after lob to the jumping freaks that are Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordon. It’s going to be crazy, and that’s why I think this “Lob City” t-shirt from Skreened is both accurate and funny. If we thought last year had some good dunks…well, it’s gonna get crazy. Pick up this shirt in time for opening day if you act quickly.
The Clippers Lob City shirt will cost you $29.99 in this configuration, but if you choose a different t-shirt brand you can get it down below $25.
P.S. Lakers vs Clippers tonight! I wish I had NBA TV at home.
Back in early November (yeah, I’m slow), I got an email about a new t-shirt from a guy named Brett Amory, available at INDVSL. I dug the shirt, put it away in the “to be reviewed” folder, and then promptly forgot about it. I’ve finally rediscovered it tonight, and I would like to share it with you guys. I really like the “blurry” style (what’s the real name for that, art history majors?), and I love that the design isn’t centered on the t-shirt. It makes it more interesting for some reason.
You can grab Waiter #13 at the INDVSL store for $28.00. INDVSL’s slogan, in case you’re wondering, is “wear art. not ads”. That’s certainly a slogan worthy of your attention.
First, I want to apologize for the lack of posts the past few days–it’s finals time, and they’ve been quite annoying. I’m done after tomorrow though, so I can get back to posting full-time.
I’ve got a couple of Threadless related news items today. First, they’re having a 48 hour $9.99 t-shirt sale, which starts today and lasts until 12/13 at 11:59 PM CT. During this time, all Threadless t-shirts are only a mere $9.99. This is another great chance to get some Threadless gifts for Christmas (or anything else you celebrate). Everyone loves Threadless t-shirts, so your gift is sure to be a hit. Go check out the sale, and remember you only have 48 hours of sale prices.
Additionally, I have another cool Threadless thing–I have my own curated page on the Threadless site. You can check out all my favorite (in-stock) Threadless gear, and hopefully pick up something cool from my list. I was super happy when Threadless emailed me about it, so I hope you guys will check it out, and maybe even give me some feedback on my picks (which you can snag for cheap!). So yeah, please check out my curated shop at Threadless, and enjoy the $9.99 sale.
I couldn’t really think of a title for this post just because the t-shirts at ThenWear are so out there (a good thing). All of the t-shirts (in the section I’m linking to) depict popular historical figures as if they were on a musical tour. You’ve got Galileo’s “Don’t tell the pope” Heresy Tour, Attila’s Huns in the Sun Tour, and many other funny tour shirts. I like them very much. I’ve posted a picture of two of my favorites, but you should certainly check ‘em all out.
ThenWear is newly launched (on the 5th I believe), so I’m betting they will be adding even more to their collection. Additionally, they do more than just the tour shirt, so you should check out of the rest of their funny, and sometimes ridiculous, “historical” t-shirt line. The shirts will run you ~$25 from what I’m seeing. Now go check out their store. You can get free shipping by using the code “2011StandardFree“.
I’m stopping in on this Friday night to bring you guys an awesome tee called Riding Dirty from Neckbeard Apparel (certainly an interesting brand name). The design reminds me a bit of a someecards design (a good thing), with an old-timey illustration partnered with a funny slogan. I think this tee is super funny, especially because I love those old bicycles (as I’ve mentioned on troundup about ten times now). Anyway…good concept, good execution, great t-shirt. Not much more time to write because I have to go taste test the awesome Tito’s Vodka that I picked up today! Wish me luck.
You can grab this design for $25 CAD (that’s like $5 in US Dollars, right?) at NeckBeard Apparel.
P.S. I do actually know we don’t dominate the CAD anymore. Sad times, though.
Call me a sucker for odd and obnoxious superheroes, but I dig today’s Tee Fury design. In case you can’t read it, the text says, “Here comes…BAREDEVIL. The man without pants”. The illustration is, obviously, appropriately ridiculous. It’s a goofy tee that immediately drew a chuckle from my face, and it’s getting posted up on troundup because of that.
As with all Tee Fury shirts, Baredevil will only be sold for 24 hours. It costs $10, and disappears from production in 23 hours (so don’t wait around).
Goodie Two Sleeves has just launched their annual huge Black Friday Sale! This year, you can get a massive 50% off until the end of next (Cyber) Monday. That’s right, 50% off all of Goodie Two Sleeves’ awesome shirts for a whole week–it’s a huge sale. You can pick up a whole ton of Goodie Two Sleeves t-shirts for very cheap. Check it out. Just use the code HALFTIME to get the 50% off. Additionally, you can get free shipping on orders of $50+, making things even sweeter.
I also wanted to take this post to review one of the many awesome t-shirts that Goodie Two Sleeves sent me (thanks for that!). The first one I want to review is their “This is Just a Drill” shirt:
First off, let me say that the blanks that Goodie Two Sleeves uses are super duper comfortable. Seriously, they’re amazingly soft–like bathing in heaven while you’re wearing it. They also fit me perfectly–which is great because I’m usually stuck in an awkward place between a small and a medium. This one fits perfectly. That may mean it fits a little slim for a bigger medium, but for me?…perfect. As for the design, I chuckled. It’s a pretty funny slogan. It’s just a quality design in general, and will only cost you $21.95 ($11 with their Black Friday sale). Snag it and it’s cottony goodness!