I love this–it’s a serious type tee that I can actually get behind. I also dig the colorway on this one. Flourescent magenta ink on a lemon American Apparel shirt is a great choice for a shirt about not being dead. Those colors are about as alive as you can get.
If you haven’t check out Print Liberation before I definitely recommend you do–here’s the link to this shirt. They do mostly reality oriented (if you check out their stuff you’ll know what I mean) type tees. Also–fun fact: They’re located in Philadelphia, which is where I will be hopefully transferring to for college next year.
Mt. Killrazorclaw is Linty Fresh’s December, 2009 release. Like usual, the design is quirkily awesome with a really unique style. I like the idea and implementation of the mountain not only being alive, but sounding kind of vicious. I also like how subtly he managed to incorporate the Linty Fresh brand. I’m usually not a fan of branding but if it blends in so well I’m ok.
You can pick this one up for $22 at Linty Fresh. It’s printed on American Apparel.
I’ve seen two episodes of Jersey Shore and, as much as I hate to admit it, it is a fun show to watch (occasionally). My friends and I turned it on during half-time of the National Championship (which was kind of boring because of the lack of Colt McCoy anyway) and just basked in how ridiculous it is. The stuff that goes on is just…yeah, ridiculous.
I’m surprised it took this long for a Jersey Shore shirt to come out–this is the first one that I’ve seen. It’s basically an explanation on how to dance correctly from the experienced Jersey Shore cast (I think I’m right). You have to beat up the beat and fist pump to really be doing it right. There’s a video to follow explaining it in more detail. But, before that, check out this shirt at none other than Busted Tees. It costs $16 on pre-sale pricing.
Also, Michael Cera as a guido? Hilarious. Completely unrelated to Michael Cera, save 10% at Busted Tees with a coupon.
Jeff Sheldon’s (owner of Ugmonk) designs are always so awesomely simple but superbly cool. This one is no exception. He manages to make a giant number two and some text into a t-shirt that I would love to wear. It’s a gift. I also think this is the best colorway for this shirt. The really light blue (I think) on forst looks great.
You can grab this one for $24.00 at Ugmonk. It’s printed on an American Apparel forest shirt. I’m also happy to offer you an Ugmonk coupon, which is hopefully still working. Check out the rest of Jeff’s stuff as well–it’s great.
Miles to Go puts out some pretty quality stuff. I enjoy how the simplicity of the colors and design can still give off such a strong feeling of…struggle. I would definitely be willing to buy an art print of this and hang it on my wall.
The Struggle is on sale for $15.99 and is printed on American Apparel.
Another Arrested Development reference because I love Arrested Development. Simple enough, eh? This one might be a little more obscure than the others, but again, is very funny (like the others). If you haven’t taken my recommendation to watch Arrested Development by now you probably will continue on that path, but I really do think you should change (watch it!).
This shirt is printed on American Apparel and can be bought for $25 at Powerup Apparel.
I’m sad that I missed this, because it’s sold out now. I really like the simple style though, and I think everyone gets the feelings of monsters in the cortex every once in awhile.
Do they ever reprint Threadless Selects? I forget their policy on that. I feel like they don’t, which sucks, because I would like to purchase this shirt. Oh well, live and learn. We can all just look at the pretty picture and envision actually owning the shirt.
I was trying to figure out some witty joke to write, but then I realized this is a shirt about a robot very openly offering free sex, so no further description is necessary. It’s funny though. Especially because, as Karl mentions, most people won’t notice the sign at first glance.
I don’t think I would ever wear this shirt in public, just because cramming my views about God (or lack thereof) down people’s throats is just as obnoxious as others cramming their views about God down my throat. That being said, I do find the Atheist Bus Campaign and the controversy around it very interesting. As far as I know the campaign is solely in the UK, and I’m not going to talk about it much here, but if you’re interested, you can check out their website.
And hell, I think the most important part of this shirt is the last two lines. They far eclipse any feelings I have towards the first two.
I love this drawing of Chewbacca. It does look like he’s slimmed down a bit though–maybe he’s been eating at Taco Bell (because that lady on TV lost tons of weight by eating at Taco Bell).
You can check this one out at Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction. At $34 it’s a little expensive, but Chewy is worth it.