I don’t think Busted Tees has had a sale this big in a long time, so jump on it! All shirts 30-60% off until midnight tonight.
It’s kind of outside the usual style of things I post, but I like this offering from 2K by Gingham, conveniantly available at Krudmart. I think it’s cool how the dog just seems to emerge out of the shadows, and how the shadows wrap around the entire shirt. Definitely a neat effect.
It’s somewhat pricey at $32.00, but I think it’s worth it if you’ve got the cash in this economy.
I’m a big fan of this one, The Invisible Gentleman, from Threadless’ latest batch of shirts. It reminds me of Abbot and Costello Meet the Invisible Man, an awesome movie. See below, and then watch it sometime:
It’s printed on American Apparel, which I’ve decided I like better than Threadless’ regular blanks, so that’s a plus. It’ll run you $18 like all Threadless shirts. Check it out here!
Philip Tseng, the artist, has some other great designs that got printed at Threadless, so you should give those a peek too.
PS. Sorry for sucking at updating over the weekends, real life just gets a little time consuming sometimes.
Rise and Resist (or RandR, I’m not sure which they prefer) have been pumping out some really great designs every week. Before they were a little hit and miss with me, but now I seem to be getting hit fairly constantly–let’s hope I don’t bruise (sorry about that one, it’s bad, I know). I’m not entirely sure what, or if there even is a background story to this shirt, I just think it looks dang cool.
You can pick it up for $18.00 in either lemon or pomegranate American Apparel at their store. You can also use a RandR coupon to save some money. Currently, use randr8414 for $5 off until May 10th. There’s a chance that coupon may only work on this design–I’m not sure.
I really like the sketched eagle combined with the photograph of the street. In fact, I really like Heavy Rotation’s style in general. In a world where I had infinite money to spend on t-shirts, I would probably buy them all (oh, if only that world existed). But since I can’t, I have to focus on my favorites, one of which is this one.
This one is a play on the plethora of “Frankie Says Relax” shirts out there, which I definitely like. The message is a pretty cool one, as well as the little animated Gandhi–a nice touch. All of Headline Shirt’s designs are pretty snazzy, so you should check them out.
It will run you $24 on a soft, enzyme washed American Apparel shirt. Check it out at their store.
I’m liking Heroine Clothing’s Spring/Summer ’09 line, especially this tee–Night Watcher. I think the decision to use the blue for the owl, as well as the big print, make this a pretty slick shirt. Their other new releases ain’t too shabby either, but this one just stood out to me.
They we’re also kind enough to create a 20% off coupon–just use code troundup to get the discount. Grab it for $18.95 (before the coupon) at Heroine Clothing. It’s printed on American Apparel.
I like topical tees, especially when they’re well done. I’m also liking the punnage of this shirt–the pun had to be made, and I’m glad it was executed well in its making. It’s also a nice touch with the Mexican flag. So yeah, if you’re looking to shake off the Swine Flu fears, you should grab this shirt. It’s printed on the awesomely comfortable Alternative Apparel Vintage Soft blank and will run you $17.99 at Retro Plus Apparel.