This one comes from an Etsy store owner named GoingCrazyInSlowMo. I like the old style image (just like those bicycles) and the lack of a head is an interesting touch. This one comes in multiple colors – just poke around their store to find them. It’ll run you $17 and is printed on an American Apparel Organic 2001, which is a pretty comfortable shirt. Pick it up on Etsy.
Starting at midnight tonight and going until midnight tomorrow (so it’s the entire day of April 23rd), Busted Tees will be holding their Midnight Madness Sale. What does that mean for you? Quite simply, all their shirts get their prices dropped to the mere sum of $12. You’re saving about $6 a shirt, so if you’re looking to buy any Busted Tees shirts, I suggest you get ready for tomorrow. You can also use a coupon to get another 10% off your order, bringing the price down to $11 a shirt.
You don’t want to miss this. $12 shirts + 10% coupon = win.
There was a 25% coupon before, but unfortunately it has been disabled. 10% is the best you’ll be able to get. Still a hot deal.
Last time I posted about their Nerdy Shirts contest, now Gearcrave is going even bigger and giving away 25 Design by Humans shirts. You can enter the contest at this post.
Rise Up is a non-profit organization dedicated to aiding a variety of child, family, and community development programs. They also happen to have some pretty amazing (and political) designs. So check these out, buy some, and know that you’re aiding a non-profit in their work. Some of my favorite designs are…
Check out all their tees at the Rise Up Store.
Heard about them from tcritic
Owl Movement has just released Series 7 – Lines and Diagrams. As I’ve come to expect from them, it’s another batch of excellent and creative designs. Rather than talking about it, I’ll let their new designs do the speaking.
There’s not a single one I dislike. Check them out at Owl Movement.
I guess this isn’t entirely new, but I just recently found out about it. Given that I’m pretty up on t-shirt news and hadn’t noticed, I figure there have to be some people out there like me who’d be glad to hear about it. So, here’s the deal. Every week, Busted Tees will pick 12 tees to go on their sales page for only $12. That’s $5.99 off the usual $17.99. Pretty good deal, especially if you get lucky and find a tee you’ve been wanting to buy for awhile on it (like myself).
Also, you can sweeten it up even more with a Busted Tees coupon. Right now I’ve got one up there that’s good for 25% off your order, which would make that tee only $9. That’s hot.
There’s only one thing I don’t like about this shirt, and that’s that it’s printed on black. Other than that, it’s another nice turnout from the Shirt.Woot Derby. I’m surprised this one only took second place, I’d like to see the first place one. It’s sold out for today, but if you come back tomorrow you can still pick it up for the low price of $15 with free shipping.
I dig all the tees out there with old bicycles on them. It always reminds me of the Married to the Sea cartoons, which if you haven’t seen, you should check out. I think this one is a somewhat new release from Sub Urban Riot, as I didn’t see it last time I checked the site.
Robert from Shirtcity has been emailing me for awhile now – I’ve always put off responding though (I get busy and forget), so I feel bad about that. Today when he emailed me, I really liked one of the submissions, so I figured I could rectify my lack of responses by throwing a post up.
This one is from the Scribtee part of the site (I’m actually entirely sure what that means, but it sounds cool). At first I thought it was just a ship, but at second glance, I realized the ship is indeed a ghost ship (a for realz ghost). I think the mint shirt is the best possible color for this to be printed on, it works very well.
You can pick it up for 22 Euro from Shirtcity.
There’s really just one Threadless shirt I like this week, and it’s not even one of the new ones – it’s the reprint of Eclipse!. I think this shirt came out during one of their sales, so it sold out lightning fast. Thankfully, now it’s back, and printed on one of Threadless’ custom tees, which, by the way, are head and shoulders above the old Fruit of the Loom shirts they used to use.
They fit perfectly, at least on me, and are actually comfortable and not constricted to the shape of a box. I’m exceedingly happy Threadless decided to make the switch. So yeah, buy Eclipse!, because not only is it a good design, it’s printed on a good shirt.
Also, save $3 by using a Threadless coupon.