I enjoy Wes Anderson stuff, and therefore dig this shirt (makes sense). I really like how the red hat pops out on the otherwise blue background. If you haven’t seen the Life Aquatic, or other Wes Anderson stuff for that matter, I recommend you go do that.
You can pick it up for $19 at Waterloo.
Sorry for the dearth of posts, I just got home from break and then promptly got snowed in without Internet access while away from home, so I haven’t had too many chances. Now, for the shirt…
This is one of those shirts where I can’t pinpoint exactly why I like it, but I do like it nonetheless. I will say that I do really like the eyes. I’m not entirely sure of what the image on the book means though, so if you know please let me know, because that could seriously change the meaning of the shirt if it means something important.
Check this one, and the rest of RANDR’s winter line, out at their store.
I like supporting my advertisers when I get a chance, and when I like their shirts this is made especially easy. I’m pretty sure this says “This is not a bear” in French or something along those lines (I’m also pretty sure Colbert would disagree with that). I’m guessing this is based off the whole “This is not a pipe” thing–original here. Regardless, I think the bear looks cool on yellow by itself, which is good enough for me.
Check it out at A Little Bit Weird. It’s printed on American Apparel.
I like this dude from Palmercash. He sports a damn fine moustache and looks good doing it. I’m not really sure what else to say. Oh wait, there’s this! For every shirt bought Palmercash will donate $10 to Movember for the Fight Against Prostate Cancer. That’s pretty cool. $10 is a pretty hefty percentage of the sale.
I know this is most likely about the economy in general, but I’m instead choosing to take it as reinforcement of my plan to never work and just travel around, or, if need be, live like the people on Friends (have an awesome apartment in New York City but hardly ever work). So everyone wish me luck on that goal. Maybe I’ll just blog about t-shirts for a living.
I had this one teacher in high school who would always say “Nothing beats nothing” in regards to not having to work over summer break. I’m inclined to agree, except not actually nothing, just not feeling a compulsion to do anything you don’t want to.
Random life goal sharing aside, you can buy this at Supermarket for $20 on American Apparel.
When Lincoln wasn’t busy fighting Big Foot, he did things like running for and being President (weird, I know). It may be a little late, but if you want to show your support, you can thanks to Retro Campaigns.
It’ll run you $29.95, with all the profits going to the Lincoln campaign (jokes! A bad one at that).
In retrospect, I should have posted about this sooner, but if you’re up right now for some reason and want Busted Tees shirts, then enjoy the 20% off. If not, you can still snag 10% off. I would be participating in this sale if they were still selling their “Don’t Hassle the Hoff” shirt. Unfortunately, I’m out of luck–but there are still some tempting Arrested Development and Ace Ventura shirts.
Hot damn! All Threadless’ tees are $9 for Black Friday only, and then they’re $12 until the end of their Holiday Sale. No matter what, those are some cheap tees.
I’ll post more black friday goodness when I get back from breakfast tomorrow–I hope everyone who’s crazy enough to go out there snags some good stuff.
There are a bunch of these type of shirts, but I still find myself liking them–it’s just something about people in suits with TVs where their heads should be I guess. I do especially like the bears on this one though. Plus, it’s from mathiole, who is pretty rad. Check it out at Shirt Fight. It’ll run ya $18.
College essays have got me down! But thankfully after I finish these 15 pages or so I’m pretty much done major work for the semester, which is pretty rad. So…on to talking about the actual t-shirt–I dig it. It’s simple but really really cool. I like the brush stroke look of the design. It also goes without saying that I like the play on colors and I also think I’ve mentioned how much I like bright colors before–that still holds true as well.
You can grab it at Consilium Clothing for $30 with free shipping. Also, I like their “about us”. Brand tees are no good (most of the time–not always). Check it:
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