I’m thinking of flying out to Seattle this summer so I thought it was especially apropos to showcase this Washington state themed t-shirt from HandsIn Apparel (which is, unsurprisingly, located in Seattle). I’d never noticed that Washington looks like a fist, but I kind of see it now. It definitely beats a mitten (here’s to you, Michigan’ites).
Design by Humans just did this sweet Batman The Dark Night Rises t-shirt competition. From this competition, they picked five awesome designs to get printed and sold. I originally was going to post about them as they were released, but I missed it by a little. So, now I’m going to go through and show you one a day. This first one is called “Arise” and is a great blend of Batman, the Bat Signal, and the gritty Gotham City all in one. This was technically the third place design, but I think it might be my favorite. It just has that grittiness associated with Christopher Nolan’s Batman. I dig it.
This t-shirt will cost you $22.00 at the DBH store and is printed on their premium blank t-shirts. I’ve also got a page for Design by Humans coupons that should save you 10% or so on your order. Check back over the next few days for the rest of the Batman shirts.
My list of Walking Dead t-shirts is still being written, but until that comes out, here’s another sweet Walking Dead shirt to wet your appetite. This one is a great zombie take on the Occupy movement. Funny and topical t-shirt–good stuff.
This Occupy Atlanta t-shirt will only cost you $10.00. But, it’s one of those limited edition shirts that are only sold for 24-hours. You have 6 more hours until midnight tonight to buy the design, and then it’s gone forever.
I’m finally done with final exams and ready to get back to sharing some great t-shirts with all of you guys, and I’d like to start with this one. Unfortunately, because of those finals, I’m a few days late on the news cycle. Still, hopefully by now you’ve heard of Amare Stoudemire’s rage-filled punching of a fire extinguisher which sidelined him for one playoff game. Well, this t-shirt captures that moment for all eternity by replacing the “R” in Amar’e's name with a fire extinguisher. Pretty witty and cool.
This design will only cost you $20.00 at Crosstown NYC, who are legitimately located in Queens, New York. The t-shirt is very limited edition (I believe a run of only 130), so be sure to get in quickly.
I’m back with Internet after a day-long outage caused by some careless construction workers. Thankfully, I got it back just in time to share this awesome Community (the TV show) t-shirt with you. The shirt is essentially an ode to Troy and Abed. The styling is pretty awesome–it’s got a Sesame Street theme going to it. Not sure why that was chosen, but it’s very unique, and I definitely dig it. Plus, Troy and Abed would love that the shirt is in a cartoon style.
You can buy this awesome Troy and Abed t-shirt for only $10.00 at Teefury. Remember though, this design is only available until midnight tonight, and then it’s gone forever. Don’t miss out! Here’s two more Community shirts for your enjoyment.
Sebastian from 604 Republic (a brand I really enjoy) just emailed me about their three new releases. All the designs are pretty sweet–they’ve got Star Wars, Calvin and Hobbes (childhood!) and the Neverending Story. Ok, let’s check ‘em out, in order of how much I like them:
This shirt, named Malvin & Cobbes, is essentially a tie for my most favorite with the Star Wars shirt (I could never rank Calvin and Hobbes low). If this doesn’t bring you back to your childhood and make you want to buy the shirt, I don’t know what will.
This last one is another ode to childhood. I wasn’t as in to the Neverending Story as Calvin and Hobbes, but it’s still a cool design.
The last two shirts will cost you $21.00 each, while the Ride the Falcon t-shirt will cost you $22.00. I’ve got a page with 604 Republic coupons that should still save you 10% or so on your order. I will also be sure to keep you updated with the next batch of sweet shirts from 604 Republic.
It’s been too long since I featured anything from Glennz, so when I saw this awesome Mario themed t-shirt on sale, I had to share it with everyone. Glennz is that famous Threadless guy who had such great designs that he decided to open up his own shop. He makes very funny and creative designs, this being one of them. Well-done Mario shirts will always earn a spot on troundup.
As I said, this t-shirt is currently on sale for only $15.95 at the Glennz store. Glennz prints his shirts on American Apparel blanks.
Threadless just released an awesome set of t-shirts from one of their popular artists, Mike Mitchell. This entire line of shirts is dedicated to cartoon portraits of famous people (or other “living” things). Of these many awesome portraits, my favorite is one depicting Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation, because…well, because Ron Swanson is a total badass. It’s odd seeing him as a crying cartoon, but the rare moments of weakness that he shows must be immortalized forever. This shirt gets a solid A+ from troundup, and I will probably add it to my collection soon.
This t-shirt is an awesome play on the very recognizable Jack Daniels logo. Now, I’m not a huge Jack Daniels fan (Woodford Reserve for the good stuff, Jim Beam if you’re trying to be cheap), but I do enjoy this shirt very much. It’s very witty, and I love the different slogans–”Quality Personality Except When Wasted” might be my favorite. I feel like it applies to a good number of people.
In its current configuration you can buy this shirt for $26.65 from MySoti. You can also mess around with the blank it’s printed on and the color of the shirt (although you should definitely leave it as black). Enjoy, all you booze hounds.
You may know Society 6 from their awesome collaboration with Threadless. They’re much more than that though, and they have a ton of original content that is really great. I was just browsing their shirts and, while I like a whole heap of them, this shirt really stuck out to me. It’s Notorious B.I.G.’s song, Big Poppa, translated into French. With French being the language of love (supposedly), this is hilarious. The concept is brilliant, and this t-shirt rules.
You can buy French Poppa for $18.00 at the Society 6 store. They print on American Apparel and are offering free shipping until Sunday. Check out the rest of their stuff, because it’s awesome. You can also wait for it show up on troundup, because it definitely will.