The video for Justice’s D.A.N.C.E features some badass shirts. If anyone knows where to get these, let me know in a comment.
Props to T-Shirt Island
Like most of Shirt Empire’s designs, this tee gets its inspiration from music. From the site, “Born from inspiration, the Flying V is the ultimate in wild guitars, and now shirts.” It’s printed on Shirt Empire’s custom fit tee, which runs small, but looks really comfortable. Also, all Shirt Empire’s shirts are currently on sale for $10, so it’s quite cheap.
Price: $10.00 | Shirt Empire
If you’re a nerd like me, you’re probably familiar with the huge Digg scandal yesterday over the recently cracked HD-DVD Key. If you’re not a nerd, you probably have no idea what I’m talking about. Basically, the number allows copies of HD-DVDs to be made. Digg initially tried to censor the number, but Kevin Rose of Digg later recanted and allowed the number to be posted.
Price: $14.00 | Dirty Microbe
After watching Shaun of the Dead (for the 3rd time) this weekend, I came across this t-shirt from Seibei. Because I love Shaun of the Dead, this shirt was a no brainer for me to buy.
The cool thing is that every shirt is unique, and you can even customize whats on it. You can choose the level of gore (blood) on it, the number, and you can even get your name on the back, like a team jersey.
So buy this shirt, get out there, and kill as many zombies and vampires as you can.
If you want it, make sure to buy it soon. As if you don’t order by May 3rd, they aren’t accepting orders until the 25th.
Price: $18.00 | Seibei
I realize this entry probably sounds incredibly disjointed, but I’m rather short on time.
Update: Use code troundup to save 10% off your order
There are three shirts I like this week, two of which I’ll probably end up buying. Overall, a solid week for Threadless.
The first one is Jump from Enora Josse, an outright hilarious design. I also don’t have many dark blue shirts, so two birds with one stone.
I probably won’t be buying this, just because I’m to cheap to pay for Select tees, but I think Land of 1000 Dances is a great design. Hell, it may be good enough to make me change my frugal ways, if just for a moment.
An oldie, but a goodie. I usually don’t go for type tees, but this is one of the few I like enough to wear.
Don’t forget to use a Threadless coupon to save some money.
As I’ve probably mentioned, I love random shirts, and, as you can see, this one is quite random. So, naturally, I love this shirt. The fact that it’s only $10 with free shipping and it’s printed on an American Apparel shirt doesn’t hurt either.
Update: I forgot to mention the reference to The Colbert Report. “Despite his bluster, Colbert’s character also demonstrates a notable phobia of bears, which he refers to as “godless killing machines without a soul”. Bears often top his “threat downs”, lists of the greatest threats facing America.”
Price: $10.00 (free shipping) | Quixotic Clothing
By buying one of these awesome t-shirts printed on American Apparel, you can feed one African child for an entire school year. Currently, 100% of the profits from all t-shirts sold go towards Africa Aid’s School Lunch Program in Buduburam.
Price: $20.00 | Africa Aid
Naive Clothing just underwent a huge makeover, releasing a new website and tons of new tees simultaneously. I’m a fan of most of the new shirts, with my favorite being King Eagle. It’s just a great looking design, and I especially like the fact that the branding actually looks cool, which some companies don’t seem to understand. They also print on American Apparel, which is a plus. The design comes on a bunch of different colors, which I believe are brown, slate, gold, and light blue, although some are sold out.
Price: $15.00 | Naive Clothing
I’d like to say there’s some funny or intelligent message behind this tee, but, unless I’m missing it, that doesn’t seem to be the case. No, the real reason I like this tee is just because I’m oddly attracted to the design. I can’t really explain why, it’s just one of those things where you look at it and go, “Hey, that’s cool, I’d totally wear that”. Unfortunately, for those of us in the US, the shirt is kind’ve expensive, weighing in at 25 pounds + shipping, which is over $40 I believe.
Price: 25.00 Pounds | Bonbi Forest
We Are Loved is a small project run by Barak Hardley. Instead of describing the company and what it stands for, I thought I’d just post up the well done clip above explaining the background and meaning behind the company and its name. They currently have four shirts up, which are sold through Merchline. Expect some reviews of their shirts in the coming days.