I just got an email about a new t-shirt brand called Loud Lion, run by a soon-to-be husband and wife combo. I dig their designs. They’re very simple an monochromatic, which I definitely like in this situation. It’s more toned down than some of the other tees I post, which I think definitely has its place in any good t-shirt collector’s closet. This is probably my favorite design from their (currently) five design collection. It’s called Hit Squad, and consists of a hot air balloon carrying a tank. Awesome…
You can get it for $23.00 at the Loud Lion shop. It’s printed on an American Apparel 50/50 blank.
This awesome, awesome shirt, called Uncle Reginald, comes from the brand Chuck U. This character, Reginald, is ridiculously goofy and awesome–especially the mustache. I have no idea what else to write (I’ve already used awesome three times!), so I’m just gonna tell you a bit about Chuck U. This shirt is awesome though…
Chuck U is a freelance illustrator from Minneapolis. Chuck’s done tons of illustrations and has been featured in galleries, magazines, and other things of that ilk. He sells both art prints and t-shirts, and his style is awesome (look at that again…). He has shops at both at Storenvy (7 different t-shirts), and Etsy (seems to be mostly prints). Even if you’re not planning to buy his stuff, check out his designs. You can grab this specific shirt, Uncle Reginald, at his Storenvy shop. You can also buy it as a print at Etsy.
Checking in to share a sweet t-shirt from a new brand called Dress Royale. The shirt is an excellent comment on the World’s (especially the US’) fascination with prescription drugs. It seems like almost everything “needs” a prescription drug, side effects included, nowadays. Dress Royale has done an excellent job of illustrating that excess. It helps that the design just looks flat out cool as well.
You can grab the tee, called “Sleep”, for $18.00. It’s printed on American Apparel 50/50 shirts. Not a bad deal at all! Additionally, here’s a cool video that they have showing one of their t-shirts being printed. Check it out:
What better way to start off the New Year than to post about Threadless’ New Year’s resolution to clear out their stock. They want to do it badly, and to convince you to help them achieve this, they’re offering clearance tees for as low as $9.50. I browsed through the clearance stuff, and there are still some great t-shirts in there (it is Threadless after all…) so this is a good chance to snag some bargains. Check out all the clearance stuff at Threadless. As usual, if any further discounts pop up I’ll make sure to add them to my Threadless coupons page.
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.