Regaal is an excellent design from Naature. The design comes in black on pink, or white on black (pictured above). The white on black is a limited edition, so if you like it, make sure to snag it now. This tee is printed on American Apparel, and can be had for the low price of $15.00 (cheap for an AA tee).
Price: $15.00 | Naature
Tank Theory just released a couple new shirts, one of which is this one, the Greatest Show on Earth. From the site,
Its a constant political and mental battle everyday everywhere on earth. Wars are being fought and operations being launched. Blood, black, blue, red and white, its an orgy of ravenous rulers fighting for domination over black goo and making this truly the Greatest Spectacle on Earth.
Like most Tank Theory tees, the design quality is excellent. I wish they would’ve printed this one in slim fit style though. They have the price listed, so maybe they’re still coming. There’s no way the slim fits are sold out already, considering t this tee was just released.
Also, Tank Theory is running a $15 sale on some of their t-shirts. I think it’s just to clear out stock, as none of my favorite designs are on sale, but they’re still good designs at a cheap price.
Price: $21.00 / $23.00 | Tank Theory
While this tee may share a title with the Foo Fighter’s awesome song, there’s no actual relationship. Regardless, it’s still a kick ass shirt. The shirt is actually inspired by Edward Abbeyâ€™s famous environmentalist book, The Monkey Wrench Gang (which I’ve never read). As I said before (I think), I love how all their shirts have actual meaning/inspiration behind them.
On to some of the more physical details, Spraygraphic prints on 100% cotton, sweatshop free t-shirts. Also, the body style is form fitting, which means it stays close to the body (aka. it’s comfortable, at least for me).
Price: $26.00 | Spraygraphic
American Pig Brand just kindly sent me their King Herald Slate t-shirt to review. This is my first review, so I’m just going to start at the beginning and go straight through the process.
The shipping was lightning quick, I literally received the shirt 3 days or so after James said he was sending me one. I’m going to assume they take the same care with all their customers, so you can expect the same. The package came nicely folded in a ziplock bag inside a padded envelope; they even threw in some stickers which is a nice touch.
Now, on to the design. As I said before in my previous American Pig post, I’m a sucker for t-shirts with crest type designs, and this one is no exception. It’s a solid design that is pretty damn cool looking and is just the right size for the shirt. Which brings me to my next point: the shirt. American Pig prints on American Apparel, so, as you can imagine, their shirts are incredibly comfortable.
Overall, I give American Pig Brand and this shirt two thumbs up.
*Note, if you want, you can see pictures of my ugly self wearing this shirt over at my Flickr (which will be added to the site soon if it isn’t already).
Price: $27.00 | American Pig Brand
This t-shirt, Spiritual Warfare, from Black Sea Apparel has a pretty kick-ass design, and that’s why I like it. You can’t really see the design in the picture, but if you go here, you can see a closeup (its the one on the far left). Like most of the shirts I pick, this one is printed on an American Apparel tee.
I can’t link directly to the shirt, so you’ll have to fish around their site for a little.
Price: $16.00 | Black Sea Apparel
According to Martin Hsu, cleansing is important for you health, even if youâ€™re an incredibly well drawn Hindu deity. This is one of Martinâ€™s newest designs,and features a Hindu deity wearing a gas mask. I really like this design, I just think it looks pretty dang cool. It also has a great meaning behind it (at least how I interpret it). As an added bonus, the tee is printed on a silver American Apparel t-shirt.
Price: $22.00 | Martin Hsu (I’m unable to link directly, so you have to go to the shop menu and scroll down a little)
Today’s t-shirt is Farewell to My Concubine, by Kenneth King over at People Like Us Collective. Inspired by Chinese martial arts films, the shirt features a kickass design. I think Kenneth did an excellent job capturing the feel of a martial arts flick. Unfortunately, the shirt runs abit costly, weighing in at $51.75 USD . However, that doesn’t detract from the fact that this is an excellently designed t-shirt.
Price: $51.75 | People Like Us Collective
I’m a sucker for t-shirts with well done crests/heraldry looking things on them, so I naturally like this t-shirt from American Pig Brand. As an added bonus, the shirt is printed on a super comfortable 100% fine jersey combed cotton American Apparel t-shirt.
Price: $27.99 | American Pig Brand
I just got an email today from Axid, a brand new t-shirt company, to check out their site and review one of their shirts. After reviewing their site, they’ve become a company that I will definitely be watching . They currently have eight men’s designs, most of which I like alot. I just wish they would post somewhere what kind’ve t-shirts they print their tees on, as I can’t stand low quality shirts.
One of my favorite shirts is their “Music Take You” T-shirt. I’m a huge music nut, so this shirt really appeals to me on that theme. I also love the design of the tee. You can check this one out at Axid.
Price: $25| Axid
Just came across this t-shirt from Heroine Clothing. I really like the design, it’s good looking, and has a skeleton, which automatically ups the cool factor. I just wish I could tell what the skeleton was doing to the man? As an added bonus, the shirt is printed on a super comfy American Apparel t-shirt.
Price: $21.95 | Heroine Clothing