Pop on your tie and umbrella and monocle and shoes and fancy new hat! You’re evolutionary!
They could bottle this shirt up and sell it as pure awesome in a can. Mad props to Mr. Euan for coming up with this design, and may you make many other similarly awesome ones. You can buy it at MySoti for $22.87 on American Apparel.
As the image suggests, Fullbleed is offering 15% off your entire order until December 31st. There is no coupon required for the discount, just throw some shirts in your bag and start saving. Fullbleed is one of my favorite t-shirt lines, so I definitely recommend everyone check them out and take advantage of the sale.
Eva just emailed me about six new t-shirts from No Star. They’re definitely all solid designs. My favorites are probably Fresh to Death and Zoo, although the Cheech and Chong one is pretty sweet too. Also, along with new shirts they’ve got some awesome coupons for you:
We are also having a holiday sale that may be of interest to your readers. They can use code BIGUPS and save 40% off orders of $100 or more. They can also use code MEDUPS to save 30% off orders of $40 or more.
40% off ain’t a bad deal. Check it all out over at No Star.
Your liver hates you when you drink too much alcohol.
Wear this shirt the next time you go binge drinking, it’ll be totally accurate! Use coupon “troundup” for 15% off your order. It’s on sale for $14.00 right now, and can be bought right here.
I love Ugmonk’s style. They take simple symbols such as numbers or ampersands, give them a great font, and then add an extra touch–in this case the “Two plus three equals”–to differ them from the rest of the pack. I featured their ampersand tee before, but I think I like this one even more. The colors they chose are just great for this shirt. It’ll run you $21 over at Ugmonk.
Yay for a kitten with a boom box head. I can’t explain it, but I like it. This one comes from randr tees, who I just found about through my inbox. They’ve got some sweet tees, printed on some sweet blanks (it seems to be Alternative Apparel for the ladies and American Apparel for the guys).
Oklahoma Based, we accept designs from artists located from all over the world, our tees go for different styles though we are moving towards a more retro look (see Boombox cat and Knife bird, two of our best selling shirts).
This one will run you $18 over at the randr store.
I’ve shelled out some money to get a custom theme for Troundup. I’m extremely happy with it, but I would love to hear feedback from all of you guys. What are your thoughts about the new theme? Also, if there are any issues that crop up, I’d love to hear about them too. I’m hoping that won’t be a problem though.
In case anyone is interested, the design was created and coded by fellow t-shirt blogger Liz from Pop Culture Tees.
Emil from Ten Bills was kind enough to send me these two shirts to review. Not only did I get to check out their designs, I also got to see their new 100% cotton shirts. They previously printed on Fruit of the Loom 50/50, which I don’t find very comfortable, so I was eager to check out the new blanks, as $10 designs are an awesome deal.
(I’m using model pictures because it’s difficult to upload from my camera right now)
I was definitely pleasantly surprised by the new shirts. They feel like American Apparel, even though I’m pretty sure they not. But regardless of brand, they’re quite comfortable. The printing is good quality too, it feels like the prints on Threadless’ shirts if you’re looking for a gauge.
Both the designs are awesome too, very detailed (more detailed than you can see in the pictures) and cool. They also, like all of their shirts, only cost $10, which is truly an amazing deal for designs and shirts of these quality. I’m surprised Emil didn’t at least make his company “Fifteen Bills”, although I guess that doesn’t roll off the tongue quite as well.
You can pick up these, and other designs, at the Ten Bills store.