It appears that in the previous year (and some months) Imaginary Foundation has decided to release a new sublimation style of shirts. As far as I can tell, this involves some wicked all-over prints. I chose one which is pretty sweet, while also being on sale, so it won’t break the bank quite as much as some of their more full price offerings.
I’m glad to see that Out of Print Clothing kept up releasing designs during my brief sabbatical. This shirt caught my eye, and while Heinlein might be more my speed that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy some Asimov. You can’t really go wrong with such a comparison. The shirt comes from the first edition cover. If you haven’t read the Foundation series, you should do that…and then buy the shirt.
I’m choosing to make my return with this selection from Headline Shirts. As is customary, their designs exhibit a smidgeon of…randomness. If you enjoy Darth Vader riding an old style bicycle, or enjoy the conversations that might result from wearing such a shirt, then this design might just be for you. You avoid wearing the hardcore Star Wars shirt, while still signaling the world that you’re down with Jar Jar Binks.
You can currently pick up the design from Headline Shirts for the sale price of $24.00. It’s available in mens and womens sizing.
This sale was already good enough for me with the provided graphic–the $10 t-shirts are just gravy on the cake (yes, so good that you put the gravy over the icing). I don’t see an end date, but at least for now you can get hundreds of tees for just $10, with more for only $15 (still not a bad deal). Check out the sale at the Threadless website.
Howie Howards has three nifty sketch/pun t-shirts. I like the goofy style and the sketches–makes me think of dad jokes for some reason.
The shirts are a little pricey at $30.00, but a t-shirt will last forever, while those thirty $1 tacos will be gone in an instant. Pick it up at the Howie Howards store.
I like a lot of the new Seibei designs, with this one being my favorite. Maybe it’s the fact that I just graduated college, but it seems…poignant. Or as David puts it in the description, “Fuck it.”
You can currently preorder No Future for just $18.00 in either regular t-shirt or v-neck form (I believe v-neck goes away after the preorder). The design is printed on American Apparel blanks.
Even if it is just a remake of Helicopter, Flappy Bird still seemed to win the hearts of millions of smart phone users. The app developer pulled it, citing fears of addiction to the game (a bigger man than I, given the money the app was pulling in). Enterprising Redbubble artist OMGitsSussy then jumped in with this R.I.P Flappy Bird t-shirt.
You can grab the shirt for $24.95 at the Redbubble store. As with all the Redbubble designs, you can customize the color and t-shirt.
Reading Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas as a teenager was a bit of an eye-opener. This shirt features the artwork from the book, which I always thought was quite cool.
You can find the design on sale for $14.00 at I Love Waterloo’s store. They print on American Apparel blanks. I have a different design of their’s and it’s held up very well through plenty of washing.