Who else is excited about the government getting involved in GM? I know I am! I’m diggin this shirt from Despair, Inc. on the basis of solid design and excellent wit. The font and hammer/sickle is just perfect. It will run you $19.95 at Despair, Inc.
PS. Sorry for the slowness of posts lately, unfortunately, it probably won’t get much better, as I’m leaving for Europe for two weeks on Monday, and don’t see myself posting much while I’m there. I’ll be back after that though!
Here’s a shirt from a company, Paper Back Clothing, that I’ve never written about before. I came upon them through Rumplo, and I’m really glad I did, because they’ve got some sick designs going on over there. There are a bunch I like–I just decided to write about this one because it was one of my top favorites. I love the blue and green color scheme on it, as well as the geometry and idea behind the shirt, which, quoting them, is “Infinite space…. need i say more?”.
Pick this one up from Paper Root Clothing for $23.00 on an American Apparel shirt.
All my Threadless shirt auctions on eBay end tomorrow (Sunday) at 9:00 PM Eastern time. If you’re a guys medium check em out, because you can snag a bunch of Threadless shirts on the cheap. I’ve got seven packs of 5 shirts for sale (35 shirts total). One auction is still only at $5.00, and the rest are pretty cheap too. Go ahead and check out all my auctions, or go read the original post. Money earn will go to helping me trek through Europe come June (I’m excited).
Also, expect some posts about selling Threadless gift certificates at 75% of face value, and Design by Humans shirts at 70% of face value. If you’re interested already, just shoot me an email and I’ll help you save some mad dough on some sweet shirts.
Twitter shirts have been growing in popularity, especially with the recent Twitter-Threadless partnership. To continue that popularity spurt, Retro Plus Apparel just released their own Twitter shirt. I like what they’ve done–they’ve combined a way to show off your twitter pride with some good old fashioned self promotion. Who knows, you may even gain some followers from wearing the shirt–they custom print your name on the blank space of the shirt.
You can grab it for $19.99 at Retro Plus Apparel on sweet Alternative Apparel blanks, which are even more comfortable than American Apparel (srsly). Also, because I mentioned self promotion, check me out on Twitter if you’re feeling bored.
Rise and Resist is still at it–it being pumping out quality designs every week. I like how the shades grab your attention on this shirt. I also love the color they decided to print on–it’s way underused and way awesome. I wish more companies would print on some of American Apparel’s less “standard” colors, it adds some real pizazz to the design.
Right now this one will run you $18 at RandR. Go pick one up, or don’t–either way, check out RandR for some sweet designs.
I really like Palmercash, so I like posting about coupons when they have them (we might have gone over this before). They’ve got one again, and this one will get you 15% off your entire order. Their shirts will make you almost as happy as a sunny day, so you should probably buy some (damn–I’m corny). Use PC99 until tomorrow (Thursday) for 15% off your order. Also, check back for the latest Palmercash Coupons.
One more also–if you want to buy me something off of my Palmercash wishlist with the coupon, I’ll buy you something of more value at Design by Humans. So if you spend like $20 on me, I’ll spend like $25+ish on you (so I’ll spend like 25% more than what you spend on me). It’s like a fun gift exchange. Just shoot me an email if you’re interested.
Format Magazine just released their new line of t-shirts, including this one, Vacation, by Blaine Fontana from Portland. The design is fairly simple, but comes off quite well. I definitely like the way he did the house, as well as the rays coming off of it.
If you want to pick this one up, it will run you $35 at Format Magazine. The design is limited to 300 pieces worldwide, so the chances of running into someone with the same shirt are pretty slim.
I don’t know officially what the theme is for this contest, but I’m guessing it has something to do with creatively displaying one’s vast collection of t-shirts. Out of the entries, the top three have been announced. Of those three, two of them seem to be in close contention for the user-decided victory. I’ve already voted for my favorite (guess which one!), and you can do the same by heading over to T-Shirt Magazine. The winners get some sweet prizes, especially from Threadless, who is a sponsor.