Beauty in simplicity. As the title suggests, the design is comprised entirely of rain drops and rhombuses, which are put together in an excellent fashion to form an excellent shirt. This is the first of a series from Joseph Mueller at Plink Design. I’m definitely looking forward to whatever comes next! You can check out the shirt here.
PS. Interesting fact about Joseph: He rode his bike across the country after college. That’s real cool. I’d like to do that.
Here’s a unique concept for designs–Amber, from Boston, bases the designs for her shirts off of fireworks and other cool pyrotechnic (blowing things up) displays. I think you’ll agree that the result is pretty damn cool.
She’s only got one shirt released right now, but hopefully there are many more to come. Check it out!
Here’s two more shirts helping Haiti, both from relatively large companies–Threadless and Local Celebrity respectively. I like how companies have been stepping up and offering the entire proceeds of the sales to charity instead of just a portion.
Threadless’ proceeds will go to the American Red Cross Haiti Relief and Development Fund while Local Celebrity’s will go to Yele Haiti, which is Wyclef Jean’s organization.
So I was browsing through Palmercash’s clean out sale when I stumbled upon this shirt. It’s a shadowy dude with a knife–coolness! Ames Bros knows how to do the random BA looking image right, and I love it.*
*This is kind of a crappy post, but I really like Ames Bros, so I wanted to post it. Sometimes it’s hard to think of things to write about their shirts though.
Just popping in quick today to post about a recent Threadless Select shirt I’ve been ogling. I think the color mix looks great. They all work well together and none of them really pop out alone. Also, the strange dimensions (oversized head) give it an interesting look. I’m debating adding this one to my collection–which is kind of big, because I haven’t bought a Threadless shirt in a long, long time.
If you share my desire to add this shirt to your collect, check it out at Threadless. It’ll run you $25.00.
So I suppose this is kind of random, but I read a lot of books, and I definitely do enjoy love, so this shirt does completely make sense. It also made me laugh just because it’s a bit goofy.
One of my goals when I go back to college is to get in better shape so I can wear all my Vintage Vantage shirts (and blanks) and look good, because the sizing runs a little tight. That being said, their shirts are also insanely comfortable, which makes me like wearing them. They also seem to randomly have a bunch of shirts on sale too, including this one. It will only cost you $12.00. Use a Vintage Vantage coupon to save even more (33% to be exact!
This shirt elicited a laugh from me, while sitting in my darkened room enjoying my late night hahas. This is not to imply that I would not have laughed at the shirt if I were not under the influence of the late night hahas, because I definitely would have–however, the late night hahas helped. I digress though…
I like that it’s a girl, without a shirt for some reason (maybe she should buy this shirt and wear it?), looking hardcore and flicking everyone who looks at your shirt off. Throw in some German (a bonified badass language) with this, and you get a pretty sweet t-shirt.
This one will run you $24.00 from Frank and Jan and is printed on American Apparel.
This shirt isn’t so much about a design, but more about raising awareness while also donating to help people that could use all the help they could get. All the net proceeds will go to various organizations helping those in Haiti. They’ve got a shirt for $15, or the exact same shirt for $20 if you’d like to donate an extra $5. I’m also going to paste the product description below for more info:
Given the catastrophic events that occurred in Haiti, Doubletake Clothing wants to do something to help the 3 million people affected by the earthquake. No words can describe what the Haitian population is going through right now.
All net proceeds will go to several Haiti Earthquake Relief Organizations including UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders, and CSI Ministries. Doubletake Clothing is taking care of all domestic shipping costs (free shipping!) and reduced international shipping to $5. We’re working with suppliers to reduce the costs of materials to maximize the donation to Haiti. We will periodically update our estimated total donation.
This is a pre-order item, so we will get the shirts to you as fast as possible (typically 2 weeks after sales close). At this time, we plan on closing sales Jan. 22, 2010.
There are a bunch of t-shirt design competitions, but it appears Kindred market has decided to up the ante by having an entire t-shirt brand contest (which is a big change from before as far as I know). Every week they launch a new brand on their site–so you can essentially expect a different style every week. It’s a cool concept–I like it.
I also like this one from recent brand winner, Epocrypha. The yellow looks great on the light blue and the simplicity of the typewriter is quite rad. It’s also pretty cheap at $14.99. You can pick this one up at Kindred Market.
I like this one from Threadless. It’s creative, and kind of true. I think the designer did a really good job illustrating the shark as well. I also like that Threadless is back to printing on a lot of American Apparel blanks. They’re comfy.
I’ve also got a Threadless coupon site that I’m trying to revive. We’ll see how that goes.