I’m stopping in (to my blog admin) to wish everyone a happy New Years. I hope 2012 is great for you, and I thank you for being a troundup reader. Normal posts will resume tomorrow, but until then, enjoy this simple, yet good looking, t-shirt from Zazzle (I really was just looking for a t-shirt to wish people happy new year, but I do think the text looks pretty cool).
I love this t-shirt from the fairly new brand 20sixfresh. It’s so goofily awesome–all the little details in the design are great. The main guy (the troll?) looks pretty snazzy as well. Lastly, I love that they incorporated the It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia quote with the “troll toll”. This is just an overall sweet design–good stuff.
You can grab this design, which I heartily recommend, for $25.o0 at the 20sixfresh store. I’m sure these guys will keep pumping out great designs in the future.
As I mentioned, 20sixfresh is a new brand based out of Billy’s home office in the Pacific Northwest. They currently have four different designs, available in both men’s and women’s sizing.
P.S. Happy New Years everyone! Get crazy, if that’s your thing.
I realize that the market for these t-shirts is fairly limited, given they’re only for a limited number of colleges, but I thought Stefan and his brother had a really clean and cool design style, AND a bunch of these colleges are in the MAC (Temple’s football conference), so I had to share anyway. So yeah, if you go to Iowa State, Wright State, Kent State, Akron, Youngstown State, Miami (Ohio I’m assuming), Iowa, or any of a number of other schools around that area, you can pick up a pretty snazzy t-shirt sporting your university.
They’ll run you $26 at the Garage Cotton store. Even if I didn’t list your school, be sure to check the designs out, because I didn’t list everything single school they have. If your college is in the mid-west, there’s a good chance you can find your school.
I tweeted about this sweet Arrested Development shirt earlier today (I already own it, and I was wearing it today). Now I want to post about it. For fans, you probably remember the Big Yellow Joint jingle. Well…this t-shirt epitomizes all that is the Big Yellow Joint–I love it. I will definitely be wearing this shirt a ton, and I hope I get some comments.
You can grab this design for $26+ at Skreened, whom (who?) I’m coming to love more and more. They have a ton of great designs–cool artists just flock to them or something. Kudos, Skreened.
P.S. I’m gonna do my usual thing where I tell you to watch Arrested Development. Seriously, do it.
P.P.S. Yes, that is me in the awkward self-shot.
First off, I hope everyone enjoyed whatever holiday you celebrate–I know I did. Troundup (me) is moving further into the digital age with an iPhone 4s (big post to celebrate that later!), and I’m already liking the change. Let’s get to the actual post though, ’cause you probably don’t want to read my babblings.
I love Fullbleed, so when they release any type of new design, I jump on it. Now, while these aren’t 100% new, they are re-imagined old designs that were out of stock…so they’re kind of new. That’s good enough for me. I dig all three designs, and you can grab them for $18.00 each over at the Fullbleed store. The designs are printed on American Apparel blanks.
I love this Game of Thrones themed t-shirt from Busted Tees, and I thought it was a perfect post as we move closer and closer to Christmas. “Winter is Coming” is, of course, the slogan of the Starks. This shirt depicts that text, along with a wild looking Stark (is that Ned?) riding in a sleigh pulled by what look like direwolves. It’s a pretty funny shirt if you follow the show…if you don’t, well, start watching (or reading of course). I also like the idea of Ned delivering presents–it’s a funny picture.
You can grab this design for $20 at Busted Tees. If you spend a minimum of $40, you can also get free overnight shipping with the code “FREEOVERNIGHT” and get it in time for Christmas. But yeah, I love this shirt, and I think it’s a great way to celebrate Christmas (or the holidays).
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything from Rise and Resist, but they always have cool tees, so I thought I would go ahead and change that. I really dig this one–”Slow Hands”. It looks super interesting–the black arms on the white just coming out at odd angles is awesome. I also love how the red nails pop–looks great.
You can grab this design for $25 at the RandR store. It’s printed on American Apparel blanks. Check out the product description while you’re there–it gave me a chuckle.
P.S. I very much like this model–sleeve tats on girls are awesome in my opinion.
If you follow basketball, you know how David Stern’s massive Paul-block of the Lakers has led to the Clippers getting CP3. Now, while I find this dissapointing because I like the Lakers, I cannot deny that it will be fun to watch Chris Paul throwing up lob after lob to the jumping freaks that are Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordon. It’s going to be crazy, and that’s why I think this “Lob City” t-shirt from Skreened is both accurate and funny. If we thought last year had some good dunks…well, it’s gonna get crazy. Pick up this shirt in time for opening day if you act quickly.
The Clippers Lob City shirt will cost you $29.99 in this configuration, but if you choose a different t-shirt brand you can get it down below $25.
P.S. Lakers vs Clippers tonight! I wish I had NBA TV at home.
From now until Monday 12/19, everything at Busted Tees is a super duper 25% off. It’s a great chance to get some last minute Christmas shopping in. T-shirts should still arrive in time if you order soon. Just use the code “25PERCENT” or head to my Busted Tees coupons page to get the discount. Enjoy!
P.S. Last final tomorrow, and then I’m freeeeee! Wish me luck, teeps (t-shirt people).
Back in early November (yeah, I’m slow), I got an email about a new t-shirt from a guy named Brett Amory, available at INDVSL. I dug the shirt, put it away in the “to be reviewed” folder, and then promptly forgot about it. I’ve finally rediscovered it tonight, and I would like to share it with you guys. I really like the “blurry” style (what’s the real name for that, art history majors?), and I love that the design isn’t centered on the t-shirt. It makes it more interesting for some reason.
You can grab Waiter #13 at the INDVSL store for $28.00. INDVSL’s slogan, in case you’re wondering, is “wear art. not ads”. That’s certainly a slogan worthy of your attention.