After beginning to read through the 700 emails I’ve allowed to amass in my inbox (yeah, that’s why I suck at responding), I came across this awesome new brand called Anti Monkey. They’ve just released their first collection, aptly entitled “What the Fuck.” The collection consists of 12 different designs of the middle finger (and surrounding hand) in all its glory; each design wanting to tell its own story. I’ll let them give you a little picture of the meaning behind it:
…our brainchild ANTI MONKEY, our riot against boredom and mediocrity, manifested in shameless T-shirt prints. Our first statement is the collection What The Fuck, which is about celebrating life, encouraging self-staging, gender swapping. Each print stands for one middle-finger-story, e.g. of a sparkling Ladyboy, jiggle-wiggle Mr. Pudding, rough & tough Rocky, schick and proud Madam.
I dig the designs, as well as the accompanying message behind them. You can pick up all the designs at the Anti Monkey website. They’ll run you 25 euros each (which is finally close to $25! Thanks exchange rate).
Don’t ask (or expect) me to explain what this shirt is about or why I really, really like it. I have referenced my enjoyment of shirts with bikes on them in the past, but that’s usually limited to old-fashioned bikes. I guess if you throw Chewbacca on a bike, it will allow modern day bikes to slide into my categorical like system.
You can pick it up for $24.00 at Kindred Market, who launch a new brand on their site every week, which is pretty cool, not to mention prolific.
P.S. I also love the name of the shirt.
P.S.S. Sorry for not posting to much, I’ve been addicted to the World Cup and Pro Evolution Soccer 2010 on ma Xbox (among other things).
Print Liberation is at it again (it being making cool shirts). The design isn’t complex at all, it’s just simple elements combined excellently to make a quality shirt.
I also like it because it’s not super in your face, as some “green” shirts can be. It’s a good design first, and a political message second (at least in my interpretation).
You can pick this design up for $22.00 at Print Liberation. Unsurprisingly, it’s printed on organic shirts.
Pirate Bath is a company who (whom?) I’ve featured before. They’re also one of my “favoriter” brands, so I wanted to share them again in case anyone missed out on the first post.
This one, aptly titled “Mouth”, is probably my third favorite out of the five designs they currently have. I dig the sketch style and the horizontal lines on the back are just class (World Cup speech infiltrating my typing).
You can check out all their offerings over at the Pirate Bath store.
Ok, so this shirt is pretty corny, but it elicited a laugh from me, and it is something I legitimately have a degree in, so I figured I would post it. It’s one of Local Celebrity’s three newest offerings.
Man do I love the world cup–it’s why I never have time to post anymore. This is officially my favorite World Cup shirt (that I’ve seen…). It wins by a land slide. I hope you’ll see why.
You can purchase it here for $30. I recommend you do so.
If you’re sad because Threadless’ summer sale just ended, wipe that frown off, because you can now shift your attention to Design by Humans. All DBH shirts are $15 for 72 hours (until Friday). Those are some sweet savings.
Also, might I recommend you pick up this sweet design by mathiole? It’s called These Old Cliches. Check it:
I’ve never seen Lost Boys (the movie this shirt comes from), but I still think this shirt is awesome. It’s the truth, too.
You can find it for $21.95 at Found Item Clothing.
The World Cup started today. It was magnificent. Awesome. France didn’t win–celebration! So yeah, I like the World Cup a lot if you haven’t noticed yet.
I also think these World Cup themed shirts from Didi are pretty dang awesome. They have shirts for 11 of the more popular national squads. My only gripe is that they’re sold out of the United States version. Oh well, I suppose I can still get Germany or Argentina (gack, on second thought, those are sold out too ).
You can pick these bad boys up at Didi. They’re printed on the ever-awesome American Apparel blanks.
It’s that joyous time of the year again–the time when Threadless slashes their prices and allows the world to go crazy buying shirts for only $10! All shirts are $10 and all hoodies are $30. The sale will end June 14th, but in reality, I’m pretty sure they almost always extend their sales beyond their scheduled end date.
You can go check out all the great t-shirt deals at Threadless.