Beautiful/Decay, who I love but haven’t posted about in awhile, have just launched their Spring 2010 line! I’m really happy about this–part of the reason I hadn’t posted in awhile was because I hadn’t heard from them in an equally long while. That changed today. I really like the Spring 2010 Line. There are just so many gems in there. I’ve picked five of my favorites (read more to see them all), but I could have easily picked so many more.
All this week, every nature shirt at Threadless is on sale for $12 in honor of the upcoming Earth Day. However, that’s not what’s really cool. What’s really cool is that for every order (no matter if it’s nature themed or not) they’re giving $1 to the Plant a Billion Trees cause (pretty self explanatory there). Get some cool shirts on the cheap, and plant some trees. That’s important, because trees are awesome. They give us oxygen, look pretty, and can be climbed–pretty cool.
F. Scott Fitzgerald is one my top three favorite authors (and as I think about it now, maybe even my favorite…est). I recently got a huge book of his short stories which has only cemented my love for him even more. I’m only about halfway through, but the insight he has into humans and relationships and life in general is just astounding. I connect with his stories so much, and I believe that is what truly makes great literature.
A lot of the short stories in the huge anthology I bought come from Tales of the Jazz Age (which includes The Curious Case of Benjamin Button), so this shirt is very applicable for me right now. I also just think the design looks vintage and cool, and I really like the concept behind Out of Print Clothing, so I’m happy to support them.
You can pick this one up for $28.00 at Out of Print Clothing. Also, for each shirt they sell, Out of Print Clothing will donate one book to communities in Africa through their partner, Books for Africa. That’s awesome.
I apologize for posting two shirts from T-Shirt Hell (the TorsoPants section! Not the main one) in a row–that’s lame and makes me look like an affiliate pusher (which I never do). But… I looked down at my computer clock and saw the date read 4/20. Then I was searching around all of TorsoPants shirts, and I saw this awesome roman numerals 4/20 shirt. Put those two together, and you get this post.
I’m just on a roll. Yesterday, I posted the Dogfish Head shirt, and today I’m posting a very applicable 420 shirt. I hope people don’t get the wrong impression. I mean, geez, I didn’t even think about how 4/20 was coming up/arrived until 10 minutes ago.
I never thought I would see this day…I like a shirt from T-Shirt Hell. And not just like as in “oh, this shirt is ok, maybe I’ll post it”, but as full-blown, “hey, i like this shirt, I want to post it.” That’s big folks.
Maybe it’s the fact that I’m kind of a health nut. I mean, I don’t fret over what I eat, I just try to eat things that are real and haven’t been processed, eg. good meat, a lot of vegetables, and lots of fruits (and not much outside that). I think it’s scary how these weird chemicals have become so pervasive in our food supply. I don’t think anyone knows where it’s going to take us. This shirt captures that, because, let’s be honest, when’s the last time you actually saw lemons as the one primary ingredient of lemonade?
You can grab this one for $19.00 at T-Shirt Hell. And yeah, we have a T-Shirt Hell coupon page. I never thought I’d be linking to it from the main page, but the world is a crazy place. Oops, gotta go. I just saw a pig fly by my window.
**After some digging, it appears that this may be from the TorsoPants line (which I like) and not from the main T-Shirt Hell line. Still, I’m keeping my wonder, because it’s still a link to T-Shirt Hell. Also, I didn’t know you could still buy TorsoPants shirts–that’s awesome! Expect more posts about those in the future.
I’m only 19, so I would never dream of consuming an alcoholic beverage such as beer, however, if I did have such aspirations, you can bet my first choice would be Dogfish Head. They’re a microbrewery from Delaware, and they are the shit (hypothetically). Their beers sound so unique and tasty, not to mention often high on the alcoholic content (9-10% is pretty common with them). One that I really liked reading about was Midas Touch. It sounds pretty amazingly delicious.
This is another one of those posts where I use t-shirts to talk about things I like that are completely unrelated to t-shirts. Yet, I think the Dogfish Head logo is pretty cool, and I would be happy to wear it on a shirt, so maybe you agree with me (or maybe you just like beer). Check out their site to buy the shirt, get better pictures, and read about their brews.
What can I say about Monty Python and the Holy Grail other than that it is undoubtedly one of the kings of the comedy world. I feel like 99% of people (or maybe just youth) can quote at least one line from this movie. Whether it be a knight fighting through numerous flesh wounds, or a peasant talking politics, this movie has it all. It’s a classic, and it’s awesome, and I’m going to post a bunch of shirts dealing with it. I hope you enjoy. Here’s today’s installment of Movie Mondays–Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
3) Killer Rabbit from 80s Tees. The picture on the left is the front of the shirt and it reads “It’s just an ordinary rabbit, isn’t it?”. They couldn’t have been further from the truth, as the back of the shirt indicates.
I just posted about Ugmonk’s yes/no combo shirts a few days ago, but this news warrants another Ugmonk post in just four days. Jeff (the artist) has just dropped two brand spankin’ new designs. They’re fresh from the presses and ready to envelop your body in Ugmonk design and American Apparel goodness.
I really like both of them–Ugmonk can do no wrong in my eyes. You can pick both of these up at the Ugmonk store (and yeah, we gots Ugmonk coupons all up in this blog). They’ll run you $21.60 if you use the coupon. Also, check out Jeff’s applicable blog post if you want some behind the scenes photos of the design process–cool stuff!
P.S. I would love it if Jeff did a special edition “8 days a week” shirt with the same design scheme as a shout out to The Beatles. I would buy that in an instant.