Woot just recently released their Shirt.Woot site, which features a new t-shirt every day (Saturday and Sunday excluded). Due to the nature of Woot’s audience, their shirts seem to target techies/geeks. So far, they’ve had some good offerings, with my favorite being Robot Service. It reminds me of Transformers (which I’m sure was the point).
Although Robot Service was released yesterday (and later sold out), it appears it can still be had for the price of $15, instead of the usual $10. However, due to the free shipping, $15 is still a great price for a good design printed on an American Apparel shirt.
Price: $15.00 | Shirt.Woot
I think I may have mentioned this before, but it’s worth bringing up again just for the sheer awesomeness of the deal. Quixotic Clothing is in the midst of a long lasting “spring cleaning” sale (or at least that’s what I’ve been led to believe). Because of this, all their tees are only $10. But it gets better, not only does Quixotic have free shipping within the US on any quantity of shirts, they also have a coupon out there, “indie-threads” which grants an extra 15% off.
So, basically, you can pick up a great design printed on a great t-shirt, usually American Apparel, although some are Alternative Apparel, for the low price of $8.50 shipped.
Check it out: Quixotic Clothing
I’ve been listening to quite a bit of Iron & Wine over the last few days, and for some reason this led me to look into some Iron & Wine t-shirts. I’m glad I did, because it appears Sam Beam from Iron & Wine has personally done the designs for a couple different t-shirts. This is my favorite one I could find that actually has a variety of sizes in stock (most of the others only had X-Large or something unfortunately).
I guess the fact that I love Iron & Wine makes me a bit biased, but despite the simplicity of the design, I really like it. It’s printed on a grass green American Apparel t-shirt and can be had from Interpunk. You can check out more of Sam’s designs here.
Price: $14.00 | Interpunk
If you’re into t-shirts, you might have already heard of Design by Humans. But, given that I haven’t been posting lately, I’m a little behind the times, and only now getting around to posting about the new site which may just grow to rival Threadless.
Just like Threadless, Design by Humans has a constant design competition going on, in which users, or “humans”, can vote on their favorite designs. However, Design by Humans differs from Threadless in the way it releases these designs (which appears to be daily starting August 10th, and how they pay their artists). Rather than reword, I’ll just let them do the explaining.
Each day of the week, Monday through Friday, a submitted design wins the Shirt of the Day (SOTD) prize of $750 ($500 cash & $250 store credit). Every week the five previous SOTD winners go head to head for the Shirt of the Week (SOTW) prize of $1000 cash. Then the four SOTW winners compete for the final prize of $1750 ($1500 cash & $250 store credit) and the coveted trophy and title of Shirt of the Month. All in all, a winning design that goes all the way can win up to $3500!
Design by Humans also seems to offer a lot more options in how the shirts are printed. Just check out some of the shirts and you’ll see some of the cool effects they use on all their shirts (not just Selects, like Threadless).
So far, the designs look pretty sharp. Plus, they’re shirts are priced pretty competitively. What I’m really waiting for is the design competition tees to start getting printed, as there are some pretty hot designs in there.
Check it out: Design by Humans
Threadless has just released a new working coupon code good for $3 off an order. Head over to Threadless Coupon to save some money on your next shirt(s).
This is one of my favorite Threadless Select tee’s that’s been printed in a long time. I love the combination of characters from both fairytales and folklore, and the gold foil adds an extra touch of awesome. Normally I’d shy away from a big print like this, but Threadless uses the right techniques to keep the design from being stiff and uncomfortable, plus, it’s printed on an American Apparel tee. All in all, this shirt is well worth the $25 Select price.
Remember to use a Threadless coupon to save $3.
Price: $25.00 | Threadless
For a limited time you can get 20% off of all Owl Movement’s shirts as part of their Super Summer Sale. They’ve got a bunch of great designs, all of which are printed on American Apparel. With the 20% off, the shirts go for $16 a pop. The discount is automatically applied at checkout.
PS. I know it’s been awhile since the last post, I’m hoping to resume daily posting.
Link: Owl Movement
Beautiful/Decay has just added some new shirts from Rockett to their online store. Rockett has some great designs, with my favorites being Crush and Rockett Owl. Prices are a typical for the Beautiful/Decay store, around $30.
A couple weeks ago Black Sea Apparel released some new tees, one of which being this one, Disgusted with Humanity. Here’s the message behind the shirt, as written by Black Sea,
While we try to encourage others to have a positive attitude and be proactive in making this world a better place, some of us cannot help sometimes just sitting down while our minds and hearts become severely overwhelmed with the ugly things in this world. Things like terrorism, theft and scams, homicide… even just taking advantage of one another… it’s enough to disgust us.
It’s an excellent design printed on an excellent t-shirt (American Apparel).
Price: $18.00 | Black Sea Apparel
Tank Theory just released four new t-shirts as part of their June update. There’s one new t-shirt of the month, two artist society tees, and one standard tee (pictured above). They’ve also extended their $15 sale to some new t-shirts.
If you want a huge dose of creepy, check out Sinister Sideshow, which “…is one of the most hideous and vile creations we have ever seen. Concocted by San Francisco based designer Nick Philip, Sinister Sideshow celebrates all that is warped and unholy in the world today – mannequins, clowns, dementia, high society and candy canes.”
Check it out, Tank Theory