I mutha uckin love Flight of the Conchords (you should have seen that one coming), especially this song and the first season in general. It’s a shame it had to go and get cancelled (that’s right–two l’s mutha uckas), but I suppose it was meant to be. Hopefully Jermaine and Brit (Bret) go on to do greater things.
While this shirt is just a simple text tee, I think it looks really great with the white text on red. Good choice, Nerdy Shirts!
Check out the video below. The song is damn catchy and the episode is awesomely hilarious (so watch the whole thing if you can):
I know this is most likely about the economy in general, but I’m instead choosing to take it as reinforcement of my plan to never work and just travel around, or, if need be, live like the people on Friends (have an awesome apartment in New York City but hardly ever work). So everyone wish me luck on that goal. Maybe I’ll just blog about t-shirts for a living.
I had this one teacher in high school who would always say “Nothing beats nothing” in regards to not having to work over summer break. I’m inclined to agree, except not actually nothing, just not feeling a compulsion to do anything you don’t want to.
Random life goal sharing aside, you can buy this at Supermarket for $20 on American Apparel.
Man, you don’t see a lot of zebra shirts. This shit hadda get posted. !!! (for emphasis)
Grab it at Escape Artist Shirts. I kept this post short because the zebra speaks (yells) for itself.
P.S. I was not meaning to disregard the rest of the shirt’s message through my focus on zebras. Yelling is fun, even though I’m one of the quietest speaking people ever.
Spotted this on Coty’s blog and laughed right away. I really like the creativity, and as Coty mentioned, if you buy this for any web designer I feel like it has to bring a smile to their face. I might even buy this for myself even though I suck at web design. It’s for sale for $25 at Pop + Shorty on an American Apparel tri-blend tee (really comfortable).
I’m officially back from Europe, which was a whirlwind and exhausting ride, but still very fun. I’m still catching up on things–I’ve pruned my inbox down to 833 unread emails, but that’s still a lot to go through, so it may take some time for me to email people back (if you’ve emailed me).
I decided to make my first post back in the states this cool type tee from the ever cool Headline Shirts. I like the simplicity of it, as well as the slogan (ignoring any insinuations of arrogance). I think part of why I like it is that the words (letters) just plain look cool how they are printed, and relentlessly is a cool word in my opinion. It’ll run you $24 over at Headline Shirts.
Please bear with me as I try to get back into the swing of things–it may take awhile, especially because I leave again tomorrow for 5 days, although I should have access to a computer for this one.
It’s good to be back, and I hope you guys are still reading!
Who else is excited about the government getting involved in GM? I know I am! I’m diggin this shirt from Despair, Inc. on the basis of solid design and excellent wit. The font and hammer/sickle is just perfect. It will run you $19.95 at Despair, Inc.
PS. Sorry for the slowness of posts lately, unfortunately, it probably won’t get much better, as I’m leaving for Europe for two weeks on Monday, and don’t see myself posting much while I’m there. I’ll be back after that though!
I just got Threadless’ newsletter letting me know about their new collaboration with Twitter, and I must say it’s pretty snazzy. You can link your Twitter account to the new site and automatically submit tweets–it’s real simple. If your tweet gets printed, you win $500. It’s a sweet method of crowd-sourcing, and I’m sure it should produce some good quotes. It’s definitely something I’ll be watching, and you should too. Check it out at Twitter Tees.
This one is a play on the plethora of “Frankie Says Relax” shirts out there, which I definitely like. The message is a pretty cool one, as well as the little animated Gandhi–a nice touch. All of Headline Shirt’s designs are pretty snazzy, so you should check them out.
It will run you $24 on a soft, enzyme washed American Apparel shirt. Check it out at their store.
So, I technically wrote about this shirt before, but it’s been reprinted in new, really good looking colors, so I thought it deserved a fresh post. From what I’ve heard, Jeff allowed people to vote on the color scheme, and this royal blue and white was chosen. I’m quite glad it did, because it looks great. I think it pops a lot more than the previous black and grey, and it might be entering the ranks of my closet soon.
Also, Jeff was kind enough to give me a coupon for troundup readers. Use “TROUNDUP09” for 10% off your order, or check out a permanent place for Ugmonk coupons!
I wrote about Doubletake Clothing’s first shirt a bit over a month ago, and now they’re back with the release of their second design. Again, they’ve come up with a genuinely funny shirt, although this time it’s somewhat more general (you don’t have to be an avid The Office fan to understand it). If you can’t see it, the text reads, “You are what you eat, that’s why I only eat dinosaurs”. Witty, unique and funny–it’s good stuff. It’ll run you $20 at Doubletake Clothing.
PS. The product pictures are great too.