Howie Howards has three nifty sketch/pun t-shirts. I like the goofy style and the sketches–makes me think of dad jokes for some reason.
The shirts are a little pricey at $30.00, but a t-shirt will last forever, while those thirty $1 tacos will be gone in an instant. Pick it up at the Howie Howards store.
I like a lot of the new Seibei designs, with this one being my favorite. Maybe it’s the fact that I just graduated college, but it seems…poignant. Or as David puts it in the description, “Fuck it.”
You can currently preorder No Future for just $18.00 in either regular t-shirt or v-neck form (I believe v-neck goes away after the preorder). The design is printed on American Apparel blanks.
I confess that I haven’t read Slaughterhouse Five (yet), but I do still know about Vonnegut’s use of So It Goes. miles to go (I believe it’s supposed to be lower case) chose to pair the phrase with a bomb representing the Dresden bombings, which is a bit of a sad statement. It’s a sad statement that still, admittedly, looks pretty cool on a t-shirt.
You can buy it for $18.00 at the miles to go store if you wear either the medium or large sizes that are still in stock. The print is a tad bit wavy at the top, which gets you a $7 discount (the other version is $25.00).
The idea is already fully funded, but there’s still 16 days to get in on this cornucopia of Monty Python themed t-shirts available through Kickstarter. As far as I can tell, the only thing they’re missing is Dennis the Constitutional Peasant–still my all time favorite Monty Python bit.
You can check out all the t-shirts and get in on the action at Monty Python is Awesome’s Kickstarter page. You get t-shirts starting with $25 pledges (or I believe $20 if you get in quickly).
I suppose this t-shirt could accurately apply to the rate of posting on troundup. We won’t talk about that though. With regards to the shirt–I’ m sure we all have those days, and Seibei manages to capture it with their usual style.
You can pick up the aptly named “Fucking Up Always” for $23.00 at the Seibei shop. They print the t-shirts on Sun Apparel blanks.
There are some neat type tees up over at the Cotton Bureau. I don’t usually wear them, but I can appreciate some good typography. You can grab Whistle While You Work and check out the other designs at the Cotton Bureau’s store. The artist for this particular tee is Benjamin Osheyak from Austin, TX.
Random Objects just released its Fall/Winter 2013 line. One of the new releases is “Dream Chaser,” which should fulfill your needs for both pretty typographic designs and uplifting messages. As part of the release, Random Objects has also restocked some of their popular, but sold-out, designs.
You can buy Dream Chaser and check out the rest of the new/restocked stuff at the Random Objects store.
I don’t usually go for type tees in this vein, but given that this is something I identify it, I’m granting it an exemption. I think we’ve all had these days.
The shirt is on sale for $15.00 over at the PalmerCash store. Their tees are pretty dang soft if they’re still using the same blanks as last year.
Headline Shirts just recently came out with another great t-shirt in their line of wrongly attributed quote t-shirts. This time it’s Confucius telling you to think for your damn self. As usual, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Print Liberation just released a new type tee with an interesting take on the word “Shirt”. Like most of their designs, it’s pretty simple. But, I usually like what they come up with, and this is no exception. I also like that they’re just a couple miles down the street from me in Philadelphia–gives me the feel goods to post about them.
You can buy the new design for $24.00 at Print Liberation’s store. As is pretty standard with Print Liberation, the design is printed on an American Apparel tri-blend t-shirt.