I have a friend who plays a good deal of Tetris (yeah, I’m looking at you, Sefton), which fits half of this shirt. I don’t think, however, that he deals a lot of cocaine. I like the slogan, even though I’m not a cocaine mover myself. It’s pretty witty in my opinion. Plus, if you play Tetris and move a lot of cocaine (or even just the cocaine part) this shirt is super appropriate.
I like the combination the block’iness of the text with the actual Tetris blocks too. It looks cool.
If you wanna pick up the shirt it’ll cost you $24.95 at their store. The design appears to be printed on American Apparel.
Celebrations! One of my favorite designs, Rap Music Makes Me Feel Invincible, is now back in stock. I’ve posted about this shirt before, but at that point it was out of stock (because everyone was buying it because it’s so awesome).
To reiterate my earlier post, I love this shirt because of the truth of this statement. I’m listening to rap (Kanye West-Power) while writing this post, and I’ve gotta level with you…I feel like a total badass. I’m gonna shower and then go tear the night up, because I’m invincibbbbblllllllleeeeeeeeeee.
Go pick it up at Print Liberation. You won’t regret your decision. If you’re having trouble getting the motivation to shell out $22.00, listen to some rap and then go make it rain.
Lastly, I’m hoping to get out to Print Liberation’s Northern Liberties, Philadelphia store soon (maybe even this weekend) so that will be cool. Maybe I’ll tell everyone a story about it.
I dig this somewhat goofy, yet rather honest shirt from People Like Me! The world could use some more spooning, among a few other things. I’m not sure how it would play out on an actual first date, but I figure it’s worth a try. Maybe you’ll get some hot, steamy, spoon action.
You can pick this one up for $28.00 from People Like Me! Also, as they say in their product description…spooning can lead to forking (tehe (coy laugh)).
It’s New Years, once again giving everyone an excellent excuse to drink too much champagne and go just a bit crazy (and there’s no better way to go crazy than releasing a few of your more hedonistic tendencies tonight). I like this shirt because I like the idea of a slightly-tweaked hedonism (even though it’s acquired a nasty, negative connotation in society), and I like the simplicity.
Also, I always include Headline Shirts own description of the shirt, because they’re humorous and well written. Enjoy:
Well, well, well. Looks like we got ourselves a card-carrying member of the Hedonist Party! And speaking of party, why aren’t we having one right now? If it feels good, do it — that’s my philosophy! Let’s start with a few words on Hedonism.
Webster’s defines hedonism as the doctrine that pleasure is the sole good in life. The name derives from the Greek word for “delight.” The philosopher Democritus is generally credited with–
Oh my God — snore! What is this, school? We should be eating filet mingon in shorts, or having sex while parasailing or something. This ain’t exactly cuttin’ it for me so I’m out. If anyone needs me, I’ll be on a waterslide at a resort in Jamaica — not giving a crap about anything outside of my utopian acropolis. Peace!
Ahhh alcohol, how great you are at instilling courage in men (and the women too!). You make me not bat a lash at raucously yelling out whatever idiotic point of view I’m ruminating on, amongst many others things, and for that I love thee.
But seriously, I really do like ReThink Clothing’s newest release, Liquid Courage. I like the vintage styling, and I dig the dude chillin’ with the top-hat. I would love to get my hands on some ReThink Premium Draft Beer.
While they’re not currently selling the beer, you can pick up the shirt for $16.99 at their store. It’s printed on American Apparel blanks in case you’re wondering.
This shirt made me chuckle, but also instilled a bit of fear in me due to the large size of Cheney’s mug on the front of the shirt. It’s good life advice though–just don’t be a dick. People tend to not like you if you shoot them in the face with a shotgun, or are a crooked old politician (or just a dick in general).
As with all Print Liberation shirts, the font is great, and the colors are minimal. You can pick it up for $18.00 at Print Liberation. You’ll get it just in time for the elections. It’s also printed on an American Apparel blank.
I need to try to get down to Print Liberation’s brick and mortar store now that I’m in Philadelphia–I imagine it would be pretty cool.
Ok, so this shirt is pretty corny, but it elicited a laugh from me, and it is something I legitimately have a degree in, so I figured I would post it. It’s one of Local Celebrity’s three newest offerings.
The World Cup started today. It was magnificent. Awesome. France didn’t win–celebration! So yeah, I like the World Cup a lot if you haven’t noticed yet.
I also think these World Cup themed shirts from Didi are pretty dang awesome. They have shirts for 11 of the more popular national squads. My only gripe is that they’re sold out of the United States version. Oh well, I suppose I can still get Germany or Argentina (gack, on second thought, those are sold out too ).
You can pick these bad boys up at Didi. They’re printed on the ever-awesome American Apparel blanks.
Although I currently have no gainful employment (unless you count this blog?), I can still dig this shirt from Random Objects and empathize with many of my friends. It reminds me of something I’d see at Print Liberation (a brand I post about quite often). Although, that’s not to knock Random Objects–they’ve got their own thing going and they do it well.
I like that they went a step beyond just slapping “Underpaid” in a slick font on a shirt. It’s smart, and smart is good.
You can pick this one up at Random Objects, who you can also expect to see posted on this blog much more in the future. It’s printed on a gray American Apparel tri-blend shirt, which is comfortable to the max.
Before I begin, this shirt is currently sold out, making me somewhat of a tease, so sorry. That being said, it’ll probably be stocked again soon, so you’ll be able to get your goodies.
I wish I was a photographer so I could wear this shirt and not feel like an impostor. It’s witty, made me laugh, and looks sweet on the purple blank. The incorporation of the flash symbol on the last “o” is just beautiful. I love it. Maybe I’ll just become a photographer because I want to wear it that badly.
You can check this one out at Forty Sixty Photo. Hopefully it comes back in stock soon!