Dire Brew is one craft beer I would love to get my hands on. It’s also a brilliant t-shirt from the people over at 604 Republic. I think it rivals the Damn it Feels Good to be a Lannister t-shirt I posted in the past as my favorite Game of Thrones t-shirt.
If you’re familiar with the Game of Thrones series (book or TV), you know that the Starks are a fairly bad-ass family from up North in Winterfell. Along with fighting other families, they’ve also started brewing their own Winter Lager called Direwolf (according to 604 Republic at least). I think the concept is great (I could see the Stark’s making beer), and the execution is even better. It looks 100% like a craft beer label, especially from afar. Once people get close they’ll notice the Game of Thrones reference and like it even more. Kudos to you, 604 Republic, for making a great t-shirt.
You can pick up your own Dire Brew t-shirt from the 604 Republic store. It will cost you a mere $19.95 for a six-pack (or t-shirt). I’ve also got a 604 Republic promo code which should lower your order by a solid 15%, making the design only about $17. Pick it up so you can wear it when Game of Thrones season 2 starts!
While this shirt is a bit of a departure from most of the designs I post on troundup, I nonetheless dig it very much. Much like Tom Haverford’s fascination with “the shapes” on Parks and Recreation, I find myself thoroughly enjoying these stripes. Something about them just attracts me. It makes me feel like I’m swaddled in a cacoon of plush love (ok, maybe a bit hyperbolic. It’s close though). I dunno–I think the designer just has his or her shapes down. It’s cool stuff.
You can pick it up for 22.90 Euro at Home is Where The Heart Is. The shirt would be coming to you from Germany.
P.S. I was bummed I couldn’t find the video of Aziz talking about the shapes on Parks and Recreation If anyone knows where to locate it please let me know.
This post is not intended to be political (not even in the slightest). Rather, I wanted to share this design because I love horrible puns, and this t-shirt made me laugh pretty hard (I know it’s a ridiculous pun–that’s what makes it funny!). I just find the juxtaposition of Black Walnut (Herman Cain) with a Scorpions song pretty funny. So yeah, excuse the horrible pun, but it made me laugh, and maybe it will do the same for you.
If you like the pun so much you want to rock it on your chest, you can snag it for $23.95 from Zazzle. I will do my best to apolitically post some more “funny” (in my opinion, at least) political t-shirts as the election process drags on. I’ve also got a page that lists a bunch of Zazzle coupons to help you save some money. They’ve had some pretty awesome coupon codes lately.
I’m checking in today to post up another sweet t-shirt that has been lurking around my “Get Reviewed” Inbox. The design, entitled From the Ashes, comes from Another Safe Landing. I hadn’t heard of these guys previously, but I definitely enjoy their stuff. This design is both their newest release, and my favorite of their offerings. Astronauts are an inherently awesome topic, and the way they illustrated him/her makes it even cooler. My favorite element is definitely the moon’like body of the astronaut. That, combined with the general style of the design, is quite awesome.
You can pick up From the Ashes for only $24.00. They print on American Apparel 2001 blanks (super comfortable). While you’re at the site check out the rest of their stuff as well–they’ve got some pretty cool designs. I look forward to what they come up with in the future.
After posting about Busted Tees’ Halloween sale yesterday, I just found out that Threadless is running their own Halloween t-shirt sale party. Until next Monday at 10am central, all Halloween t-shirts at Threadless are on sale for only $10 (50%). While it’s not a site-wide $10 sale, they did choose a lot of t-shirts to be included under the “Halloween” label. There are a little under fifty designs you can save on, which is a pretty solid selection. My favorite of the bunch would probably be Scr-Emo, but there are some other great designs.
To summarize–until Monday at 10am CT you can get all Halloween t-shirts at Threadless for only $10 each–that, my friends, is a spooky good deal. You can also get free shipping in the US when you spend $60 or more.
As usual, I’ve still got the Threadless coupon code page, although I don’t think they have any current active coupons
Busted Tees just launched their Spooktacular Halloween sale earlier today. During the sale, sixteen different t-shirts are on sale for only $12.99. While it’s not a store-wide sale (if only), they do have some of their great designs on sale, like the “Finkle” Ace Ventura t-shirt and the awesome “Brains” and “Walken on Sunshine” designs from Go Ape Shirts (who Busted Tees carries). The Monopoly/Gandalf themed shirt is also definitely worth checking out. So basically, these are not designs that they’re simply trying to clean out. Rather, some of my favorite Busted Tees designs are available for only $12.99.
Check out all sixteen t-shirts and save some moolah. You can save even more by using my list of Busted Tees coupons–I’ve just updated it, so you’re definitely getting the best and most recent coupons.
As I was slowly (and not very surely) going through my troundup emails, I came across this brand, Roamers Clothing. The line is made up of three partners–from Kansas City, New York City, and Miami respectively. They’ve only got four designs currently, but I can already tell that I’m going to be a fan of them going forward. I chose this one, a parody of the New York Times logo, as my favorite. I like the play on words, and I like commemorating good times. Hence, I like this tee.
You can pick the design up from Roamers Clothing for $25.99. All US customers get free shipping, which makes deal a little sweeter. I recommend you check out their other designs as well, as I enjoyed all of them–especially the James Bond themed shirt.
Although I don’t follow comics that much, I assume Comic-Con is coming up in the near future. To celebrate, Threadless released some awesome comic themed shirts, that should appeal to both comic lovers and the broader populace. As I said, I’m not a huge comic fan, but I do dig these releases. They’ve also made it possible to buy the four main designs in a discounted 4-pack, which is pretty cool (and not something they do that often). The t-shirt in the top right is definitely my favorite.
You can pick up the 4-pack for $74, or you can buy the individual t-shirts for standard Threadless prices ($20). I will keep you updated if any Threadless coupon codes pop up. I don’t think there are any active codes currently, but I will definitely keep my eyes peeled.