I wrote about Inject Love from Beetnik Aesthetics awhile ago, so long ago that the store wasn’t even open then. I’m happy to announce that today Beetnik Aesthetics has officially opened its doors. In honor of that, all their shirts are 50%, making them $12. Go check it out.
I love the product shot for the above shirt–the ivy makes it look awesome. In general, I always like stores who put real effort into their product shots–it just makes looking at tons of t-shirts a lot cooler. I also like cool sites, and Loren (Beetnik Aesthetics owner) has one of those. Not many people can pull off a dark purple themed site well, so good job on that!
Here’s something different – Beetnik Aesthetics! It all started with a guy named Loren. Loren wanted to build a clothing brand that was more than just a few cool designs thrown on t-shirts. Loren wanted to build a brand with a message – a brand that stood for something. What happened? Beetnik Aesthetics happened. Beetnik Aesthetics is not just another trendy t-shirt company, but a lifestyle clothing brand, built on the notion that the “world is your canvas”, striving for hope, peace, love and more. One idea. One thought. One dream. Anything is possible with a forward thinking mind.
I can’t see myself ever buying or wearing this shirt, but I think it’s certainly an interesting design. It legit looks like someone opening up blinds to peek out at you, which is somewhat disconcerting in my opinion, and probably why I found it interesting. It comes from Altru Apparel, but it’s out of stock there, so I’ve provided the in-stock, and cheaper, Urban Outfitters link.
Myke just informed me that NerdyShirts is getting ready to relaunch their site, which, luckily for all t-shirt buyers out there, means they’ll be trying to clear out their stock this week. Every day they’ll add four new shirts to the clearance list for $4.99 until they sell out. $4.99 is a pretty sweet deal for some great designs. Check it out at NerdyShirts. (shirts above are not necessarily on sale yet, they’re just tees I like)
We are relaunching our site next week and to build up some press we are running an enormous clearance sale this week. Each day we will be adding 4 shirts to the clearance sale, $4.99 a shirt until they are completely sold out never to be printed again!
This one gave me a chuckle–it will probably give you a chuckle too…unless you’re weird (just kidding). Buy it at Lonely Dinosaur.
The Philosoraptor periodically tests the fences of reality, is able to open the doors of perception, and most importantly is guaranteed not make to you look like a giant turkey. All of our shirts are made with 100% Organic ring spun cotton. They are soft, durable, and always in vogue. Satisfaction comes not from the Philosoraptor in front of you, but from the two Philosoraptors you’ve already ordered.
I don’t know if any of you noticed, but Design by Humans has just started printing on a new type of blank, dubbed their “Perfect Tee”. Given my somewhat obsession with comfortable shirts (it’s gotten to the point where I won’t buy a shirt if it’s on something I think is uncomfortable, even if I like the design. But I swear I’m not a snob, I just have a lot of shirts), I wanted to check out what the quality of the shirts was. I ordered two designs, pictured above, and just received them and was able to check out the new shirts.
So what do I think? I think they’re awesome. They’re incredibly soft and fit much better than the previous shirts in my opinion. The sizing is more slim fitting–I wore a small in their old shirts, but now I think I’m bumped up to a medium, although I did just order a small in the new shirt to make sure. They’re also a bit thinner than the old shirts, which I think is a good thing, and a helluva lot softer. Overall, definitely a big step up for Design by Humans, I hope they keep them. Before ordering though, you might want to double check the size charts and see if you should move a size up, because they definitely are slimmer.
Anyone else who’s gotten them want to weigh in?
PS. I try to keep up on any DBH coupons here, although I haven’t found any working ones out there right now.
While there’s a poignant message behind this 57thirtythree shirt that not everyone may agree with, I just think it looks really, really awesome (although I do agree, while I may be guilty of doing nothing). If you want to read the message behind the shirt, I’ve quoted it below for your reading pleasure. If you want to just look at the pretty product pictures, well, you’ve probably already done that because they’re at the top of the post, just scroll up again.
Yo. Just being pissed off about how things are accomplishes nothing. Revolution, change come through ideas, actions, consideration and education. I created this design because I come across plenty of people who bitch and get angry about how things have gotten. Then quickly fall into the “How is anything I do gonna change it?”. A monkey can experience rage, but that Rage will echo briefly and amount to nothing. That’s the story and if you don’t like that story it’s also just a badass design that will make you the envy of your friends…
Uneetee certainly started 2009 with a bang with this awesome Kick Off Design Contest winner. Kind of Flowers in the Attic’esque, but still different and totally sweet. The only thing I need to decide about this design is whether I want it in white or black (…or both?). It’s only $12, despite being printed on American Apparel, which is a great deal. Pick it up in white or black at Uneetee. Also, check out the constantly updated Uneetee coupon–I think right now it will give you 10% off your order.
From today until this Friday you can get 15% off at PalmerCash by using the coupon code “PC99″. If you need suggestions, I picked out two I liked above (especially the elephant one). Shipping is $4.50 no matter how many shirts you order.
Here comes another winner from Imaginary Foundation. This one is definitely one of the coolest lightning bolt tees I’ve seen (there seem to be a growing number of these). The colors used are just awesome; I think they especially pop out on the white. You can pick it up for $30 at Imaginary Foundation.
I wouldn’t say broadband has ruined my life, it’s just made the Internet take up an inordinate amount of my time. Curse you Digg and looking for t-shirts! I should read more, because I have a huge stack of books waiting for me, and I just bought 5 more today. But, I digress. You can pick this shirt up for $37 (bummer on the exchange rate) at Yes No Maybe.