Just got an email from Emil at Ten Bills. Until July 14th, you can use coupon code “Summer” at checkout for 30% off your order. When shirts are already priced at only $10, 30% off makes for some uber cheap gear. Check it out, they have some great designs.
Mustache t-shirts strike back again. Sunstache Kid comes from a collaboration with Craig “Wotto” Watkins. It’s certainly sure to stir some conversation, as I think it’s a pretty unique design. Each shirt is one of a kind, complete with a hand printed tag on the softest shirts Fuzzy Ink could find. Check it out at their store. It’s currently on pre-order for $15.95.
PS. Has anyone heard the results from DBH’s Friend-A-Thon? I’ll email the winners of my contest soon.
Just to reiterate, use code Crynos for 20% off at Design by Humans. Then leave a comment in the post below and you’ll be entered to win free shirts from me.
So I’ve got all these points saved up, and I figured the best way to get rid of them was to hold a nice little contest. Here’s the deal, I’m going to be giving away $380 in Design by Humans shirts. I’ve decided to offer 9 people the chance to win 2 shirts of their choice. So a total of 9 different people will be winning 2 shirts of their choice.
Here’s what you have to do to enter:
Place an order at Design by Humans and use my rep code, Crynos. By using this code your also getting 20% off your order, as well as a free $10 Itunes gift certificate. After you do this, leave a comment here with the email of your design by humans account and your design by humans username and you’ll be entered to win. For every 10 people (minimum), I will give away one package of two shirts.
So quickly, use my rep code, Crynos. Save money on your order and get an Itunes gift certificate. Leave a comment. Win free shirts from me. It really is that simple.
Contest ends July 6th.
Palmercash is offering 15% off everything in their store as part of their Independence Day sale. They have a bunch of shirts from various designers, with some of my favorites being Vintage Vantage, Heavy Rotation, and Ames Bros (the guys who made that Get Off t-shirt I just wrote about). With the 15% sale, you can get these shirts cheaper than buying directly from the designer.
No coupon is needed, the discount is taken when the item is added to your cart.
Check it out at Palmercash.
Due to the success of their last one, Busted Tees will be holding another Midnight Madness sale starting tonight at 12am and lasting the entire day of tomorrow (being June 23rd). All of their shirts will be marked down to the low, low price of only $13. If you’ve been waiting to buy any of them, now is the time to do it.
You can bring the price down even more by using a handy dandy Busted Tees Coupon.
Check it out at Busted Tees.
So I guess I failed at that whole daily posting thing, but I figure this is still better than the previous 2+ weeks of silence. I’ll slowly get back into it (I think). Also, if you emailed me and I never responded, I apologize, I have tons of email and it’s hard to sort through all of it.
Enough with the housekeeping’ish stuff, lets get on to today’s shirt. I’m not gonna lie, this shirt is pretty BA. Star Wars, and especially Chewy, kick some major ass, and by having just the huge, simple print on the front, this shirt really captures that. They also have other Star Wars characters, but Chewy is by far the best.
Pick it up for $25 at Chop Shop.
I couldn’t get good product pictures because of flash, so you’ll have to check them out on the site.
It’s been a long time since the last post (2 weeks?), I’ll try to fix that. The goal is to get back to daily updates. We’ll start off the trend with Get Off from Ames Bros. Things I like about the design? First, I like how the barrel of the gun is pointing straight towards the viewer. Second, I like how the ink on the cowboy is faded.
Grab it for $30 at Anonymous Venice.
Threadless is having a huge summer sale. Tons of new shirts at awesome prices ($10). Definitely check it out. They’ve even reprinted some of my favorites. I’m definitely picking up Funkalicious (I already own it, but now I have the chance to get it on American Apparel). Check it out!
I just got an email from John Paul at Fuzzy Ink letting me know about the launch of their company. Fuzzy Ink, like another company that I will be doing a physical review of soon (thought I’d throw in some suspense by leaving it unnamed) bases all their designs on Mustaches. With sayings like, “I got 99 staches and a beard ain’t one”, you can’t go wrong.
Check it out at Fuzzy Ink.