Steven Chastain wants to spread science awareness through t-shirt comedy. I can get behind that cause. His Kickstarter project has three days remaining, and he currently has raised $2,095 of the $3,200 he’s shooting for. My favorite design is definitely the “Ockam’s Brand Razors” featured above, though you can check out all his designs on the Kickstarter page.
P.S. Is Ockam also a correct spelling (I’ve only seen it Occam), or am I missing part of the joke?
As a person who is perpetually running late, this shirt greatly appeals to me. I would get solid mileage from the tee pretty much every day.
In other news, this is just another of Print Liberation’s consistently cool type tees. You can buy it for $24.00 at their store. There’s no rush though–you’ll probably procrastinate a few days before buying it anyway.
Redbubble has such a huge collection of awesome designs. I can find post material for days just from browsing for a couple minutes. Today’s find? This awesome Arrested Development themed Gob shirt. GOB Nouveau is a design from castlepop which captures Gob’s personality pretty well.
You can buy the shirt for ~$26.00 at castlepop’s store on Redbubble. As with all Redbubble designs, you can customize the design to suit your preferences.
Dogs don’t get near enough love in this cat happy world. You can change that with this goofy tee from Goodie Two Sleeves.
You can buy it for $21.95 at their store. Spread the dog love.
The slogan on the shirt doesn’t do too much for me, but my goodness, this is some of the coolest type I’ve ever seen on a t-shirt. It’s just an awesome aesthetic design–I love how the big swooping letters turn into into the straight type on “Walk”. Cool stuff.
This shirt is part of Random Object’s Spring Release. You can buy it for $24.00 at their store. They print on American Apparel blank shirts.
I’m not usually a fan of the whole “Keep Calm and…” thing, but this design has won me over. It, of course, references the treat ‘yo self episode from Parks and Recreation. I love that they added Aziz’s face in the background–it makes it so much better than just the plain text.
You can buy the shirt for ~$24.00 at Redbubble. You can also customize the design if you so desire. The only thing I don’t like about Redbubble is the product previews–but I think you get a good idea of what the shirt will look like.
Busted Tees’ weekly t-shirt releases just came out, and this great Games of Thrones shirts now exists. I”m always a sucker for Game of Thrones themed apparel, so I thought I would share with you guys. Westeros Postal Service focuses on service:
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds. Which is good, because those winters are long.
This shirt comes from an artist collective called Das Monk. The specific artists are the brother and sister combo Marc and Brooke Hendrick. They have a whole new series of shirts, but this geometrically inclined design is definitely my favorite.
You can buy the t-shirt at the Das Monk store for $59.95 AUD (I never said cool geometric designs came cheap).
Choke Shirt Company just released their Spring Line of 22 new t-shirts. This design by far my favorite. No, that’s not a turkey, it’s the elusive dodo…rocking another extinct object, the Walkman. I like it–it’s a very witty design, and I enjoy the contrast of the colors.
You can buy Extinct from the Choke Shirt Company store for $24.00. Use the coupon code “SPRING” to get 20% off and a free sticker pack. Check out the rest of the new designs while you’re over there. They sell the design in both a unisex version (which I’ve linked to), and a woman’s version.
The 3rd Rail Store is a place for artists to showcase and sell their designs. They’ve got several designs I like, but this one, Smoking Chimps, is probably my favorite. The artist for this particular design is Joanne Pennington.
You can buy the shirt, and check out the rest of the designs, at the 3rd Rail Store. They’re located in the UK, so all the prices are in GBP. Smoking Chimps costs 20 pounds (which is about $30).