I think I may have mentioned this before, but it’s worth bringing up again just for the sheer awesomeness of the deal. Quixotic Clothing is in the midst of a long lasting “spring cleaning” sale (or at least that’s what I’ve been led to believe). Because of this, all their tees are only $10. But it gets better, not only does Quixotic have free shipping within the US on any quantity of shirts, they also have a coupon out there, “indie-threads” which grants an extra 15% off.
So, basically, you can pick up a great design printed on a great t-shirt, usually American Apparel, although some are Alternative Apparel, for the low price of $8.50 shipped.
Check it out: Quixotic Clothing
If you’re into t-shirts, you might have already heard of Design by Humans. But, given that I haven’t been posting lately, I’m a little behind the times, and only now getting around to posting about the new site which may just grow to rival Threadless.
Just like Threadless, Design by Humans has a constant design competition going on, in which users, or “humans”, can vote on their favorite designs. However, Design by Humans differs from Threadless in the way it releases these designs (which appears to be daily starting August 10th, and how they pay their artists). Rather than reword, I’ll just let them do the explaining.
Each day of the week, Monday through Friday, a submitted design wins the Shirt of the Day (SOTD) prize of $750 ($500 cash & $250 store credit). Every week the five previous SOTD winners go head to head for the Shirt of the Week (SOTW) prize of $1000 cash. Then the four SOTW winners compete for the final prize of $1750 ($1500 cash & $250 store credit) and the coveted trophy and title of Shirt of the Month. All in all, a winning design that goes all the way can win up to $3500!
Design by Humans also seems to offer a lot more options in how the shirts are printed. Just check out some of the shirts and you’ll see some of the cool effects they use on all their shirts (not just Selects, like Threadless).
So far, the designs look pretty sharp. Plus, they’re shirts are priced pretty competitively. What I’m really waiting for is the design competition tees to start getting printed, as there are some pretty hot designs in there.
Check it out: Design by Humans
Just found out about Munchie Brain over at Addicteed and I really like what I see. They’ve got some excellent designs, and, as an added bonus, part of their profits end up going towards charitable organizations. Check them out here.
PS. Expect more posts after this week is over and I actually have some free time.
Beautiful/Decay just released four new t-shirts from four new artists.Â It’s an incredible batch and I like all of them. If I had to choose, I’d say my two favorites are Lung Music (right) and Secret Weapon (left), but they’re all great designs. I love the concept behind Lung Music and if I can manage to muster up the money I’ll definitely be picking it up.Â Be sure to check out the other two shirts, Giant Hand and Caliph.
Price:Â $29.95 | Beautiful/Decay
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.
I’m proud to announce the release of a new blog from me. This blog, entitled T-Shirt Coupons, will, as expected, bring you the latest news on t-shirt deals and discounts all across the internet. My goal is to update the site daily, and, unless something happens, I should be able to achieve that.
So, head on over to T-Shirt Coupons, and start saving mad money on all your t-shirt needs.
Just released, a working Threadless coupon good for $3 off your order. You can find it here: Threadless Coupon Code
Go Ape Shirts sent me an email a few days ago asking me to check out their site, which I gladly did. They’ve got a couple great shirts, with my favorite probably being their Elliot’s New Friend t-shirt (the left picture), which features the scary monster from Alien (or is that a Predator?). I also really like their Bad Day At The Office t-shirt (the right picture).
All their t-shirts are screen printed on American Apparel Tees, so the quality is definitely top notch. Prices are relatively average, costing $18 before shipping.
Hopefully I’ll get a chance to review a physical shirt sometime.
Price: $18.00 | Go Ape Shirts