Threadless has gone mainstream! They were just featured as the $2500 question (aka easy question) for last night’s Who Wants To Be A Millionaire episode. There’s no t-shirt for sale here, but I thought this was too cool not to share. I hope all of you would have gotten the question correct!
P.S. Thanks to Samuel Leung for sharing this picture on Facebook.
With the release date for the new Arrested Development episodes rapidly approaching, I felt compelled to post this new release from Busted Tees. It features the controversial Alliance of Magicians, who will eventually see the light and let Gob back in. Until then, Gob will have to practice his magic without the Alliance on his side.
Headline Shirts just recently came out with another great t-shirt in their line of wrongly attributed quote t-shirts. This time it’s Confucius telling you to think for your damn self. As usual, I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Is this design based on that Gotye video? I’ve never seen it so I genuinely don’t know. I just like this design from Wear Viral for the aesthetics. Cool geometric shapes always get me.
You can buy the shirt from the Wear Viral store for $19.95.
If you want to purchase this shirt, I hope you can understand Japanese. With that being said, I didn’t want to let a little language barrier get in the way of posting this design from ttrinity (which I presume is a Japanese clothing company–Google Translate isn’t helping too much).
Anyway, if you want to give it a shot, you can purchase it here. I’m not quite sure what the price is.
I just saw on Facebook that I Love Waterloo is holding a 50% off sale on their entire collection of great pop culture inspired designs. In the past, I’ve written about their awesome Life Aquatic Zissou shirt, and they have a ton of other solid t-shirts as well.
I don’t see an end date to the sale, but I wouldn’t wait too long. You can head over to their store by going here.
As a guy with a closet brimming full of t-shirts that I love the design of (but rarely ever wear); this is a godsend. Umbra is now selling a glass t-shirt display frame (for the past four months as well–I’m just slow to the punch). The frame is the “Pratt 2012 winner of the Umbra Designer Competition,” and it’s pretty dang slick. The geometry of the frame itself is perfect–I love the way it looks. It also should fit pretty much any t-shirt design, barring one of those full t-shirt all-over prints.
Unfortunately, they’re a little pricey at $40.00, so I won’t be framing my whole collection anytime soon. But, in the right design scheme, they could make a really cool wall-feature. You can get the frame in both black and white. Thanks, Umbra, for solving a problem I’ve always wanted solved.
P.S. Umbra has a nice, short video if you’re wondering how one would actually go about putting a t-shirt in the frame.
The artist behind this shirt, biotwist, fully recognizes that this shirt is a bad pun. A bad pun doesn’t equal a bad t-shirt–which is why I chuckled at this design so much. Sure, it makes no sense–but it’s still a panda dressed as Peter Pan.