This design from Matt Braun already has enough pre-orders to get printed, so you can now pick it up for $24.00 at the Cotton Bureau store. It’s a simple design, but I enjoy it. It reminds me of Zeus or some other classical figure’s beard.
Everyone should vote for this hilarious Batman inspired “Bane Chiropractic” t-shirt that Grafx-Guy submitted at Limiteed. I caught this one at the T-Shirt subreddit and had to share it in the hopes of it getting printed. If we band together we can all get our backs fixed.
I’ve admitted it before–I’m a sucker for hip hop animals. The new Pug Life t-shirt from Goodie Two Sleeves definitely fits that category. It also reminds me a lot of Tupac–which I like.
You can pick the design up for $21.95 from the Goodie Two Sleeves store. Goodie Two Sleeves prints their designs on some of the most comfortable t-shirt blanks I’ve ever worn–so they have that going for them too.
Though not always applicable, T-Shirt Laundry’s renaming of Game of Thrones does often seem quite accurate for large portions of the books/show. It leaves out all the political scheming, but it does capture just why Game of Thrones airs on HBO rather than NBC.
You can buy Boobs and Swords for $18.00 at the T-Shirt Laundry store.
Given that Bill Hader is leaving Saturday Night Live, Stefon has given us his last nightlife suggestions (barring a guest appearance in the future). I love this shirt simply because Stefon looks so ridiculous. There’s nothing especially interesting about the design, and it probably could have been done better with a little more effort. I’ll forgive it for that, though.
Shirtshimi is a New York City based brand with a bunch of quirky designs like this one. If you’re looking for a little background, this design is inspired by “Ramune drinks in Japan that signify the Summer”. I’m not quite sure what that is, but I enjoy the design nonetheless.
You can buy Mabu and check out the rest of the designs over at the Shirtshimi store.
Hirsute History is an awesome member of the Amorphia Apparel/Science conglomerate (and several other brands as well). Their concept is pretty simple–chronicling famous people’s hair in t-shirt form. They do it pretty well. I enjoy this design because not only is Ernest Hemingway a good writer, he also has some of the best hair around.
You can buy the design for $17+ (depending on configuration) at Hirsute History’s store.
Always Starving doesn’t exist yet (at least not that I could find), which is what this Indiegogo campaign is hoping to make happen. They have good enough design that I hope they’re successful. The above design is my favorite.
You can check out all the rewards and donate at the Always Starving Indiegogo page.
Nice designs are cool, but nice designs that are on sale for only $6.00 are even cooler. That is the case with this offering from Uneetee. It’s a very dark print, but one that I really like.
As I mentioned, you can buy the t-shirt for only $6.00 (on sale) at the Uneetee store. All their other designs are on sale for $6.00 as well, so it’s something definitely worth checking out.
I don’t usually go for type tees in this vein, but given that this is something I identify it, I’m granting it an exemption. I think we’ve all had these days.
The shirt is on sale for $15.00 over at the PalmerCash store. Their tees are pretty dang soft if they’re still using the same blanks as last year.