If you’re sad because Threadless’ summer sale just ended, wipe that frown off, because you can now shift your attention to Design by Humans. All DBH shirts are $15 for 72 hours (until Friday). Those are some sweet savings.
Also, might I recommend you pick up this sweet design by mathiole? It’s called These Old Cliches. Check it:
I’ve never seen Lost Boys (the movie this shirt comes from), but I still think this shirt is awesome. It’s the truth, too.
You can find it for $21.95 at Found Item Clothing.
The World Cup started today. It was magnificent. Awesome. France didn’t win–celebration! So yeah, I like the World Cup a lot if you haven’t noticed yet.
I also think these World Cup themed shirts from Didi are pretty dang awesome. They have shirts for 11 of the more popular national squads. My only gripe is that they’re sold out of the United States version. Oh well, I suppose I can still get Germany or Argentina (gack, on second thought, those are sold out too ).
You can pick these bad boys up at Didi. They’re printed on the ever-awesome American Apparel blanks.
It’s that joyous time of the year again–the time when Threadless slashes their prices and allows the world to go crazy buying shirts for only $10! All shirts are $10 and all hoodies are $30. The sale will end June 14th, but in reality, I’m pretty sure they almost always extend their sales beyond their scheduled end date.
You can go check out all the great t-shirt deals at Threadless.
Although I currently have no gainful employment (unless you count this blog?), I can still dig this shirt from Random Objects and empathize with many of my friends. It reminds me of something I’d see at Print Liberation (a brand I post about quite often). Although, that’s not to knock Random Objects–they’ve got their own thing going and they do it well.
I like that they went a step beyond just slapping “Underpaid” in a slick font on a shirt. It’s smart, and smart is good.
You can pick this one up at Random Objects, who you can also expect to see posted on this blog much more in the future. It’s printed on a gray American Apparel tri-blend shirt, which is comfortable to the max.
Before I begin, this shirt is currently sold out, making me somewhat of a tease, so sorry. That being said, it’ll probably be stocked again soon, so you’ll be able to get your goodies.
I wish I was a photographer so I could wear this shirt and not feel like an impostor. It’s witty, made me laugh, and looks sweet on the purple blank. The incorporation of the flash symbol on the last “o” is just beautiful. I love it. Maybe I’ll just become a photographer because I want to wear it that badly.
You can check this one out at Forty Sixty Photo. Hopefully it comes back in stock soon!
The World Cup starts in two days–I cannot tell you how excited I am by that fact–so I thought I would celebrate with a shirt depicting one of the best players in the world. It’s perfectly true–if Messi is on the field, things are gonna get hectic when he weaves down the entire field and scores on you.
I’m kind of rooting for three distinct teams in the World Cup (in a very rigid order). First is the United States (of course), second is Germany, and third is Argentina. Thus, it’s completely legitimate for me to post a Messi shirt.
You can pick this one, as well as a few other soccer themed shirts, up at Alternate Kits. My only complaint is that the mock-ups are a little cartoony, but that’s just me being nit-picky.
So I was a little late to the game on this one. But…I guess the benefit of the oil still leaking is that this shirt is still relevant even if I’m 30+ (I couldn’t find the exact start date) late.
Print Liberation is never shy to point the finger at various instances of douchebaggery happening around the world, which is one of the reasons I like them. They also make the presentation of such finger pointing look pretty sweet, which is icing on the cake.
You can pick up “Oil Blows” for $18.00 at Print Liberation. It’s printed on an American Apparel blank.
P.S. Guess who’s not patronizing BP (whenever knowingly possible)? Me.