This collaboration from Bucky Lastard and Brand New Intention is pretty sweet, especially for you card fans out there. I’m not sure if On Tilt is a specific term for something (does anyone know), but I think this shirt would work for anything card related (poker for me).
Brand New Intention seems to be new, but I think they’re definitely a brand worth watching. You can pick this up for $24 on American Apparel at their shop.
Apart from the title, which I think turns this into a really cheesy design, I like this week’s offering from Uneetee. I like the effect used on the skeleton (whatever that is). Just one thing though, didn’t anyone ever tell the artist that the heart isn’t in the center of the body? I’m sure that would draw some comments from your resident smart ass.
Pick it up on royal blue American Apparel for only $12.
Hopefully I don’t have to eat my words, but I’ve heard from a few sources that a Threadless sale will be starting tomorrow. This usually means really good designs for really cheap. Plus the new shirts they print on are awesome.
You can bring the cost down another $3 with a coupon.
It’s been aÂ very long time since the last post. Part of that was vacation, and part was laziness, but I’m back now, so here we go. I love today’s derby winner from Shirt.Woot, which features the Tin Man whooping C3PO in what should be an epic battle.
You can grab it for only $10 (with free shipping) on an American Apparel tee at Shirt.Woot.
I was just watching a few hours of shark week yesterday (lots of stuff on great whites, plus some Dirty Jobs), so this shirt comes at a fitting time. If you don’t know what shark week is, read up on it at Discovery Channel’s website, or, even better, watch some on the aforementioned channel.
Jon, the owner of Mediocre Clothing, is pretty cool, so you’re supporting a good shop. Also, he’s created a coupon code, troundup, that’s good for 20% off your order until next Friday. Check it out at Mediocre Clothing.
From now until August 10th, 50 Busted Tees shirts will be on sale for the low price of $9.99 each. This beats their usual Midnight Madness sale price, but it’s not their entire stock, so I guess things even out.
There doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to the shirts chosen, unless they’re just trying to clear out stock. Hopefully you can find something you like though.
You can bring the price down another 10% with a coupon code.
I just came across Tee Fury, which is another type of design competition. They sell one shirt a day, and once it’s gone, it’s gone for good. One thing I really like about them is their site design. It’s simple, easy on the eyes, and easy to navigate, all huge pluses in my book.
I also like the prices, $9 for a unique t-shirt is pretty damn good. Let’s just hope the quality is up-to-par. Finally, I like that they don’t slam you on shipping. Shipping is only $2 in the US, which is the best i’ve seen (other than the free shipping on shirt.woot.).
So check them out, and especially check out today’s design, which I will be most likely purchasing.
Random Shirts is holding a huge clearance sale on a bunch of shirts. Most of them are ~40% off, meaning you can pick up some great tees (alot of which are American Apparel) for around $10. Here’s my favorite from the clearance section, you can grab it for $9.95:
It’s been awhile between posts again, I’m still trying to remedy the huge wait. But, I had to stop in today because I really like this new one from Uneetee. It’s available in both silver and white, but the silver is definitely my favorite. The reason I like it? One samurai is pretty B.A., but two samurai (samurais?) is just over the top.
Just got an email from Oliver in regards to his new line, Extraweg. They’re a German line with some pretty cool tees. Right now they have five designs out (as far as I can tell), but I’m sure that will be changing in the future. The site seems to be a mix between English and German, most of the navigation is English, but the t-shirt descriptions are German. So you should be able to find everything fine, just learning about the tees might be a little tough.
Also, the Euro prices hurt, but that doesn’t detract from the designs themselves. Check it out at Extraweg.