While the design is fairly simple (I like it, but it’s not the most complex thing ever), I think this shirt has an excellent message. Accentuate sums it up pretty well, so I’m just going to quote what they said:
“When I was young my family would from time to time donate used clothes to charity. I would go through my closet and pick out clothes I no longer wanted and put them in bags. Then, my mother would make me take the clothes out of the bags, fold them neatly, and place them back in the bags. She said when you help people who are less fortunate you should do it with the utmost respect.”
So, check this one out, and remember, we all grow better in groups.
Price: $27.00 | Accentuate Clothing
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
I was just looking around some older posts at other blogs and came across this hilarious t-shirt. It’s just pure genius, there’s really nothing else I can say about it. The only problem is, it’s currently out of stock. You know what that means: head on over to Threadless, and vote for a reprint.
If you’re looking for a similar shirt that is IN stock right now, you may want to check out Dirty Microbe’s Cutty the Razor T-shirt.
Inspiration came from T-Critic
I’m really digging the box-like design used in many of Burby Shirt’s T-Shirts, especially this one. It’s just something about the sad robot box man (called a Burby I assume?) that appeals to my quirky side. You can check this, and Burby’s other designs, out at Burby Shirts.
Price: $20.00 | Burby ShirtsÂ
I love T-shirts with random designs, and this one from Glarkware certainly fits that description. The shirt, entitled Big Foot vs. Abe Lincoln, features Bigfoot boxing with Abe Lincoln. This one is bound to get a few laughs, or at least spark some interesting conversation. Check it out over at Glarkware.
Price: $20.00 | GlarkwareÂ
I can’t really explain what attracts me to this shirt. I just think its a cool design to look at and also interesting to think about. You can check this one, entitled “Electrobug”, out at SharpShirter.
Price: $14.99 | SharpShirter
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Threadless released their weekly batch of t-shirts this week, and, as part of their <3s Fast Food Nation, we get this gem . This one is bound to create conversation wherever you go. It kind’ve reminds me of that line from Anchorman, in which Will Farrel tells his female reporter counterpart, “I want to be on you”. This ones definitely worth checking out, so don’t delay: Inside You
Love it or hate it, this is one of the coolest t-shirts I’ve seen in awhile. It may seem simple, but check it out in a mirror, and everything changes. You can buy this mind boggler from Made in Design.
Hat tip to t-critic for the shirt.