This one is a sweet collaboration between EIO Clothing and London nightclub, The End. I dig both versions of the shirt, but i’d have to say the foil one is my favorite. I love the effects on the text though – it’s good stuff. It’ll run you about 30 GPB, which is what, like $55? So it’s a tad expensive for us Americans, but it’s still an awesome shirt. You can use coupon code “theend” to bring it down 15%.
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In honor of election day, selected Busted Tees shirts are only a minuscule $13.08. This awesome sale lasts until…you guessed it, election day. You can use a Busted Tees coupon to bring that down another 10%. They also released 4 new someecards shirts. You can pick these ones up for only $14.99. Check ’em out:
This design is clean, simple, and to the point, not to mention pretty sweet looking. You can show off your inner bear (or wolf, they have that one too) to the entire world. You can grab this one for $18 at Foe Paws Apparel. It’s printed on a pistachio colored shirt with a vintage fit, not sure what brand that is, but it will most likely fit slim.
Foe Paws Apparel was started by artist / designer / photographer Brian Kyle in February of 2007. Foe Paws was created because we love wearing awesome t-shirts, since no one makes awesome shirts anymore we had to make them for ourselves (and you).
This one made the rounds on a lot of blogs recently, and for a good reason. It manages to cash in on the ampersand craze, but still remain unique and creative at the same time. You get the best of both worlds. For those who can’t see, the “And Then I Woke Up” is written on the bottom right part of the ampersand. Grab it for $21 at Ugmonk. It’s printed on the awesomely soft American Apparel tri-blend shirt.
We’ve all heard it before. Your friend is explaining his really weird dream, going on and on about all this random stuff and right when he gets to the good part it abruptly ends with “. . .and then I woke up.”
I love skull headed guy chillin’ in the car, and how he’s way larger than the car. It’s an awesome design all around. It’s also on sale for only $10, which is a great price for a quality design printed on an American Apparel shirt. Pick it up at Strange Monster.
The propaganda is everywhere. If you don´t keep your eyes open to it then you just might choke. Design by Portland based designer Tim Brenner.
I think you guys will either love or hate this shirt (this can be said for most of TorsoPants’ shirts). I’m on the love side, so it get’s posted, but if you don’t have my weird sense of humor maybe you’ll think this shirt is a tad on the stupid side. And if for some reason you don’t get it, just stare at it a little longer.
You can customize what shirt you want this printed on, so it could be cheaper or more expensive, but if you want it on American Apparel it’ll run you $19. You can also pick what color shirt it’s printed, I chose white, let me know if you guys think it looks better on a different color.
I’m not sure I can really explain what this shirt is about, or even why I like it. Despite that, I still truly do like it and am seriously debating pulling out the ole debit card and getting myself one. It’ll run you $27 from Tank Theory.
Here’s their description if that will help you figure things out:
Consisting of a trans-dimensional “statue” puffin that casper blue, Inner Space allows each of us to travel galaxies from the inside out
Our designer Anthony Cozzi, aka Snowblinded, cooked up this haute t-shirt for the label, now available online. $22 for US orders, shipping included. American Apparel.
I don’t actually know what CMYK is (it’s some design term for something to do with colors, right?), I just think some of these shirts look cool. This one is super limited edition, I think there’s only like 14 shirts left. Be unique at Plastic Sound Supply.