If anyone is looking for cheap (plain) American Apparel t-shirts, I think I may have found the best location. I’m buying from Andrew Christian on Amazon and so far it’s the cheapest place to buy I’ve found (outside of having a wholesale account). So check it out, because American Apparel is truly the best shirt out their in my opinion. If anyone knows a cheaper place to pick up some shirts I would love to hear it.
Just stopping in quick to let you guys know that Dirty Coast has just released a coupon worth 15% off all their shirts. Use the code “FESS” to get your savings. Expect a review of some of their tees sometime soon.
Link: Dirty Coast
Hat tip to T-Shirts Around
I think this week is one of the best weeks Threadless has had in awhile in terms of raw t-shirt awesomeness. There’s a bunch of new designs I like plus two reprints of great shirts. So, let’s get into it. For the sake of space, I’m not going to write about all the shirts.
Rhinos Hunt In Packs – Threadless
Great idea for a design with great execution to back it up. I’m definitely picking this one up.
Spoilt – Threadless
I always dreamed of driving by and telling the hordes of Harry Potter fans the ending of the book, now I don’t even need to speak to spoil the ending.
Sacrifice – Threadless
Simply a great illustration. I’m not sure about the banana, or how well it actually translates to a t-shirt, but it’s definitely worth it for the art alone.
And finally, check out these two awesome reprints:
Nothing Rhymes With Orange – Threadless
Remember to use a Threadless coupon to save some moolah.
Ever wanted to learn how to screenprint your own t-shirts? If so, today’s your lucky day. Make Magazine just posted up an education video on learning how to screenprint your own shirts.
Thanks to Tcritic
I don’t have time for a long post today, but I just wanted to stop in and let everyone know about the new tees Tank Theory Released. I think they released about 6-7 in total, with my two favorites being above. All of them are quite good (as usual with Tank Theory), those two just stand out to me. Also, they still are running their $15 sale on some of their older tees, so you can pick those up cheap.
Price: $23.00 | Tank Theory
Beautiful/Decay just released four new t-shirts from four new artists.Â It’s an incredible batch and I like all of them. If I had to choose, I’d say my two favorites are Lung Music (right) and Secret Weapon (left), but they’re all great designs. I love the concept behind Lung Music and if I can manage to muster up the money I’ll definitely be picking it up.Â Be sure to check out the other two shirts, Giant Hand and Caliph.
Price:Â $29.95 | Beautiful/Decay
Monsieur T just released their new line of shirts (which will be reviewed later). But, that’s not the big news – the big news is that they’re selling all their old shirts at a whopping 50% off. I already picked up Shine on Blue and One for the Treble and I might be going back for more. I’ve never worn one of Monsieur T’s shirts, so I don’t know what the fabric is like. That being said, they look comfortable, and slim fit is always a plus. If anyone knows what they feel/fit like, I’d love to hear in a comment.
There are a couple new Threadless shirts I like this week. Unlike usual, neither of the reprints really appeal to me.
Serenade – Threadless
There’s an incredible amount of detail in this design, enough that I wish I could buy it on a poster for my wall. Nevertheless, that’s not possible, so I guess I’ll have to settle for buying the t-shirt.
Holding Pattern – Threadless
I’m not particularly attached to the design, but I think from far away it looks stunning, especially on the burgundy. This is another tee I’m picking up this week.
Oh No! – Threadless
I probably won’t be buying this tee because of monetary issues, but I think it’s definitely worth a mention. It almost looks as if it has some “Flowers in the Attic” influences in it, with the way the girls hair is splattering. I don’t know if the artist consciously tried that, but it turned out very well.
As usual, remember to use a Threadless coupon to save $3.
I liked the Bushido t-shirt CUSTOM Industries sent me so much that I decided to showcase another one of their shirts. This t-shirt hails from Mongolia and is inspired by the Buddhist lord of death (Yama). Like Bushido, this is another great design. It’s printed on what I believe is an American Apparel ringer tee and will cost you $30.
Price: $30.00 | CUSTOM Industries
“Unicorns kick ass. Look at those F15 Jets Flying away. No one messes with a Unicorn.”
The above description from the site pretty much sums up the t-shirt in its badass entirety. Beta, the designer, screen prints all their shirts on American Apparel tees. I recommend you check out the rest of his shirts, as they’re all amazing.
Price: $28.00 | Beta @ Etsy
Thanks to tcritic for letting me know about beta.