So I was a little late to the game on this one. But…I guess the benefit of the oil still leaking is that this shirt is still relevant even if I’m 30+ (I couldn’t find the exact start date) late.
Print Liberation is never shy to point the finger at various instances of douchebaggery happening around the world, which is one of the reasons I like them. They also make the presentation of such finger pointing look pretty sweet, which is icing on the cake.
You can pick up “Oil Blows” for $18.00 at Print Liberation. It’s printed on an American Apparel blank.
P.S. Guess who’s not patronizing BP (whenever knowingly possible)? Me.
First, sorry for the lack of posts. Classes are ending/it’s final time so I’ve been a little swamped. Anyway…
I just got an email about the new Go Ape Shirts design, Vintage Pretension, and I’m diggin’ it. Not only is the text witty and very, very true, but the design is pretty snazzy itself. I’d go as far as to say the design is perfect for the text/concept involved. It’s very vintagy and the guy has some real steeze going on.
I can picture the conversation going on between the two of the, and that, that is a beautiful thing. I wonder what classical artist he’s going to talk about once he gets done educating the kid on Proust.
You can pick this one up for $18.00 at Go Ape Shirts.
I just posted about Ugmonk’s yes/no combo shirts a few days ago, but this news warrants another Ugmonk post in just four days. Jeff (the artist) has just dropped two brand spankin’ new designs. They’re fresh from the presses and ready to envelop your body in Ugmonk design and American Apparel goodness.
I really like both of them–Ugmonk can do no wrong in my eyes. You can pick both of these up at the Ugmonk store (and yeah, we gots Ugmonk coupons all up in this blog). They’ll run you $21.60 if you use the coupon. Also, check out Jeff’s applicable blog post if you want some behind the scenes photos of the design process–cool stuff!
P.S. I would love it if Jeff did a special edition “8 days a week” shirt with the same design scheme as a shout out to The Beatles. I would buy that in an instant.
Ugmonk’s shirts are so simple, yet so awesome. It’s really impressive how Jeff does it. He’s like The Beatles of t-shirt design.
These shirts are no exception to that rule. It’s a pack of two–you get one yes shirt, and one no shirt (surprise). Tailor your choice to how you’re feeling that day–wanna seize the world and say yes to every opportunity you meet? Wear yes! Wanna sit inside, say no to everyone, and watch the new Glee episode on TV (OMG GLEE COMES BACK TONIGHT!!!)? Wear no!
How true is this statement? Throw on some rap and you feel like you can take on the world, which makes it great for workouts–that or the Strokes (my other workout mix).
I’m really glad Print Liberation decided to bring this one back–I wanted to buy it before but they had already sold out of my size. Don’t delay then, because this might sell out fast.
You can pick it up on the awesome American Apparel tr-blend shirt for $22.00. I own like 8 of the tri-blends and wear them at least a couple times a week–they’re deliciously soft. Check it out at Print Liberation. They kick ass.
I think I’ve talked about how I think huge text looks really cool. If I haven’t, it’s true–I think huge text looks really cool. Everybody also loves Vanilla Ice, so put those two together and you’ve got t-shirt magic on your hands (well, technically your torso…).
You can find Ice Ice Baby over at Regal Clothing. It’ll run you 17.50 pounds (curse you exchange rate!!). Check it. I think these are printed on American Apparel, so the magic on your torso has just been increased (that’s some voodoo shit!).
Also, does anyone not like parentheses? Because then you probably don’t like me. But has Buddy says in Seymour: An Introduction–here’s an unpretentious bouquet of very early-blooming parentheses:(((()))). Enjoy.
I came up with an alternate name for this shirt: “How to make an awesome looking shirt with just the letter V”.
Seriously, the shirt is so simple, yet so appealing (at least to me). I’m incredibly impressed with how they can use geometry or other very simple shapes to create such amazing designs, especially considering most of their designs are just white + one color (usually black).
The only problem is the price. The shirts are 29 pounds, which is expensive already. Throw in the exchange rate though, and these are out of reach for most people (including me). But oh well, we can just stare and enjoy.
Together we can make it a GOOD WORLD.
A good message and awesome type makes this tee a winner. It’s also printed on an American Apparel tri-blend blank, which is the most comfortable shirt ever. The athletic gray also makes a really good backdrop for type tees, especially from Print Liberation (who consistently make some damn cool type tees).
You can pick this up for $22.00 at Print Liberation.
This shirt elicited a laugh from me, while sitting in my darkened room enjoying my late night hahas. This is not to imply that I would not have laughed at the shirt if I were not under the influence of the late night hahas, because I definitely would have–however, the late night hahas helped. I digress though…
I like that it’s a girl, without a shirt for some reason (maybe she should buy this shirt and wear it?), looking hardcore and flicking everyone who looks at your shirt off. Throw in some German (a bonified badass language) with this, and you get a pretty sweet t-shirt.
This one will run you $24.00 from Frank and Jan and is printed on American Apparel.
I love this–it’s a serious type tee that I can actually get behind. I also dig the colorway on this one. Flourescent magenta ink on a lemon American Apparel shirt is a great choice for a shirt about not being dead. Those colors are about as alive as you can get.
If you haven’t check out Print Liberation before I definitely recommend you do–here’s the link to this shirt. They do mostly reality oriented (if you check out their stuff you’ll know what I mean) type tees. Also–fun fact: They’re located in Philadelphia, which is where I will be hopefully transferring to for college next year.