New T-Shirts at Threadless today, which means I’m going to end up spending some money. I wasn’t really interested in many of the brand new shirts this week, but I really like the two shirts they reprinted.
I really like this one (it’s already ordered). I’m not a huge fan of the burgundy shirt, but I love the little puppy Cerberus, so I ended up shelling out the dough to buy it.
This is another reprint that I really like. I’m not sure what attracts me to it (certainly not the natural color t-shirt), but I just really like it for some reason. The design is awesome, and I think there’s multiple ways it could be interpreted. I’ll probably end up buying this one as well.
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Price: $15.00 / $17.00 | Threadless
James Applegath of Defunkd is auctioning off 20 vintage Live Aid t-shirts for charity. 100% of the profits will be given to Africa Aid. Check this out, buy some cool shirts, and help people at the same time.
Price: Auction (bid it up folks) | Ebay
If you haven’t heard of Beautiful/Decay, I recommend you go and check out their t-shirts right now. The design quality of most of their tees is just astounding, especially this one, Aya Kato Dragon.
According to Beautiful/Decay,
This Aya Kato design features a cowering yet deadly ninja-geisha retreating behind her fan/umbrella and protected by her pet dragon which bleeds off the bottom of the shirt.
I believe a geisha is somewhat like a ninja, so that instantly ups the cool factor of this shirt. Other than that, excellent colors used in the design (it just looks cool, even if you can’t see what’s happening), and it’s printed on American Apparel, my favorite tees.
Price: $29.95 | Beautiful/Decay
Hat tip over at tcritic
I’m proud to announce the release of a new blog from me. This blog, entitled T-Shirt Coupons, will, as expected, bring you the latest news on t-shirt deals and discounts all across the internet. My goal is to update the site daily, and, unless something happens, I should be able to achieve that.
So, head on over to T-Shirt Coupons, and start saving mad money on all your t-shirt needs.
I guess I just like random, quirky, t-shirts, because I find this tee from Amorphia Apparel hilarious. The only downside is you can’t exactly wear this shirt to work, so it would only receive limited “wear time”. Also, Amorphia Apparel prints via Spreadshirt, which I’m not incredibly happy about. I wish they did in house printing, because I like alot of their designs. But, if you can get over those two things, this shirt rocks.
Price: $18.99 | Amorphia Apparel
American Pig Brand just kindly sent me their King Herald Slate t-shirt to review. This is my first review, so I’m just going to start at the beginning and go straight through the process.
The shipping was lightning quick, I literally received the shirt 3 days or so after James said he was sending me one. I’m going to assume they take the same care with all their customers, so you can expect the same. The package came nicely folded in a ziplock bag inside a padded envelope; they even threw in some stickers which is a nice touch.
Now, on to the design. As I said before in my previous American Pig post, I’m a sucker for t-shirts with crest type designs, and this one is no exception. It’s a solid design that is pretty damn cool looking and is just the right size for the shirt. Which brings me to my next point: the shirt. American Pig prints on American Apparel, so, as you can imagine, their shirts are incredibly comfortable.
Overall, I give American Pig Brand and this shirt two thumbs up.
*Note, if you want, you can see pictures of my ugly self wearing this shirt over at my Flickr (which will be added to the site soon if it isn’t already).
Price: $27.00 | American Pig Brand
Today’s T-Shirt is King Rhino from the company Resist Today. I’m not sure if there’s some deeper meaning behind the shirt, but I mainly like it just because I think the design is superb. Resist Today also seems like a good company to support, as they put a lot of emphasis on the individual artists and actually making art. I believe the shirt is printed on American Apparel, so there definitely won’t be any comfort problems. They also have an excellent line of wallets/bags, which, while a bit expensive, are definitely worth checking out.
Price: $24.00 | Resist Today
I saw someone wearing this shirt today and it reminded me of how much this shirt rocks. It’s a simple design, yet I think it’s absolutely hilarious.
Married to the Sea is a great web comic that has branched into selling some t-shirts and prints. The mens shirts are printed on Gildan Heavyweight tees while the womens are on Bella 1001 tees.
Price: $16.00 | Married to the Sea
Just came across this awesome t-shirt from a relatively new (I think) t-shirt company, RRP OFF. I think the tee is hilarious, and it reminds me of the movie “300″ for some reason (the, “Tonight We Dine in Hell” part, although I doubt that was intended). As a company, RRP OFF seems really cool as well, I especially like their models. They print on Fruit of The Loomâ€™s BEST Tees, which I believe are what Threadless uses for their standard guy’s tees, so the shirt should be pretty comfortable.
Price: $20.00 | RRP OFF
Hat tip to tcritic
I missed writing up a post about this week’s newest batch of Threadless shirts. It wasn’t my favorite week, with the only shirt I really liked being Reel Passion. However, while I do like the design, I doubt I will end up actually buying the shirt.
Another decent shirt is the text tee, To Err is Human… (pictured below). It’s mildly funny to me, but there are many other shirts I would rather buy. Anyways, I don’t have much to say, hopefully there will be some great shirts next week.