Shirtshimi is a New York City based brand with a bunch of quirky designs like this one. If you’re looking for a little background, this design is inspired by “Ramune drinks in Japan that signify the Summer”. I’m not quite sure what that is, but I enjoy the design nonetheless.
You can buy Mabu and check out the rest of the designs over at the Shirtshimi store.
I’m a little late in posting this (you’ll only have like 17 hours I think), but Headline Shirts is running their third annual End of the World Sale. For 24 hours (starting about 7 hours ago), you can get all of their t-shirts for only $14.00 each. They have a bunch of great designs (think intelligence x humor) that don’t go on sale that often, so it’s probably something you’ll want to check out. Take advantage of the sale over at the Headline Shirts store, and you can check back for coupons after the sale ends.
Hirsute History is an awesome member of the Amorphia Apparel/Science conglomerate (and several other brands as well). Their concept is pretty simple–chronicling famous people’s hair in t-shirt form. They do it pretty well. I enjoy this design because not only is Ernest Hemingway a good writer, he also has some of the best hair around.
You can buy the design for $17+ (depending on configuration) at Hirsute History’s store.
Always Starving doesn’t exist yet (at least not that I could find), which is what this Indiegogo campaign is hoping to make happen. They have good enough design that I hope they’re successful. The above design is my favorite.
You can check out all the rewards and donate at the Always Starving Indiegogo page.
Nice designs are cool, but nice designs that are on sale for only $6.00 are even cooler. That is the case with this offering from Uneetee. It’s a very dark print, but one that I really like.
As I mentioned, you can buy the t-shirt for only $6.00 (on sale) at the Uneetee store. All their other designs are on sale for $6.00 as well, so it’s something definitely worth checking out.
I don’t usually go for type tees in this vein, but given that this is something I identify it, I’m granting it an exemption. I think we’ve all had these days.
The shirt is on sale for $15.00 over at the PalmerCash store. Their tees are pretty dang soft if they’re still using the same blanks as last year.
This is a pretty cool video of what it takes to make 20,000 t-shirts for an Oklahoma City Thunder playoff game. I’ve been watching pretty much every NBA playoff game, so I wanted to find a way to tie that in with troundup, when this video comes along. It’s pretty cool–I feel bad for the screen printing company though. After the Thunder get eliminated by the Grizzlies, he’s going to lose all those big orders!
Threadless has gone mainstream! They were just featured as the $2500 question (aka easy question) for last night’s Who Wants To Be A Millionaire episode. There’s no t-shirt for sale here, but I thought this was too cool not to share. I hope all of you would have gotten the question correct!
P.S. Thanks to Samuel Leung for sharing this picture on Facebook.
With the release date for the new Arrested Development episodes rapidly approaching, I felt compelled to post this new release from Busted Tees. It features the controversial Alliance of Magicians, who will eventually see the light and let Gob back in. Until then, Gob will have to practice his magic without the Alliance on his side.
Headline Shirts just recently came out with another great t-shirt in their line of wrongly attributed quote t-shirts. This time it’s Confucius telling you to think for your damn self. As usual, I thoroughly enjoyed it.