Uneetee has churned out another great shirt. They get two thumbs up for the use of a bad ass robot. That’s pretty much the highlight, but the killer plants are a nice touch too. Pick it up for the low, low price of $12 on an American Apparel shirt.
Fantastic Bonanza has three new shirts up for pre-order. Of the three, my favorite is definitely Fancy Mustachio. I won the original Mustachio in one of their contests, so that shirt has a dear place in my heart (I wear it often). Therefore, I feel like I should definitely pick this one up. I wonder if people will notice the difference (the original Mustachio gets a lot of comments).
It also features two specialty inks, shiny metallic and fuzzy suede. I’m seeing this more and more often – I’m guessing it has something to do with the widespread adaptation of special inks by companies like Threadless and Design by Humans. They’re also printing these new shirts on a new type of stock. These shirts will be printed on Continental Apparel instead of American Apparel.
Check out Fancy Mustachio and the other new shirts at Fantastic Bonanza.
Just got an email from Justin at Weasel Farm. They’re pretty new, just formed in early 2008. Here’s the design philosophy from Justin himself,
The t-shirts almost always provide signature unique characters containing weaselly teeth and weaselly eyes. They provide a unique and interesting look while also providing some humor.
Right now they have two designs, with more on the way. I’d have to say my favorite is definitely Bull Shirt (the one on the left). Check them out at Weasel Farm. Also, the shirts are printed on American Apparel, if that’s a factor for you.
This one, from Uneetee, is definitely one of the best play on words I’ve seen in awhile. I feel like I remember seeing this one Threadless. Was it a failed design? Maybe someone can help me out. I know I saw this design before, I’m just not sure if it was on Uneetee or not. Either way, this is the first time it’s actually been on sale. It’ll run you $17, is printed on an eggplant American Apparel tee, and seems to be almost out of stock (so act quickly).
I find myself often getting into debates about the accuracy of Wikipedia. I’m a proponent of its accuracy, at least on the well trafficked and edited articles. It is fairly impossible to vandalize or put untruths into these articles. Unfortunately, I find plenty of people who disagree with me. Luckily, I like arguing, so it works out either way.
No time to write, but check out this tee from Heavy Rotation – I love the look of it:
Coming straight from Japan!
On sale for $24 at Heavy Rotation.
I just got an email about a new blog called Teecycle, and I must say it’s a pretty cool concept. Basically, they just post up used shirts along with a link where you can buy it for $7 + $3 shipping. $1 of that cost goes toward the River Revitalization Foundation, and you get a cool vintage shirt for cheap.
I know I just posted about them yesterday, but Uneetee is running a sale today in which you can get a random shirt for $6. I like most of their designs, so I think it’s worth the risk. Plus, either way you’re getting a shirt for $6.
Thanks to Ian for leaving me a comment.
I should have posted this earlier, as I believe it won’t be on sale tomorrow (although it may be added to their collection. It’s a strong design so I have a feeling it might).
I like how the crows go all the way up on the shoulder, it makes it interesting. Not that it needs extra intresting’ness, I think the crows melting away from the hunter already does a good job of that.
Camp-goers may never really understand the true torture faced when being roasted over the fire.
Marshmallows all over the world get revenge in this tee from Barry’s Farm. I recommend you check out everything at Barry’s Farm, it’s good stuff.
This one runs $20 and is printed on American Apparel.