Category: Tshirt Companies

Vintage Vantage is Back…Under a New Name

If you remember a while back there was this store I always posted called Vintage Vantage. Well, they closed down a couple years ago and I was sad. Today, I’m happy, because they’re back, though under a new name: Buy...

/ November 15, 2012

Introducing Local Tees

Much like Coty, when I read the subject on Local Tees email to me and saw their name, I didn’t have high expectations. Preconceptions are made to be broken though (that’s the saying right?), because Local Tees has a bunch...

/ March 23, 2011

Documentary on the Rise of Threadless

I just got an email about a mini-documentary on Threadless’ incredible growth as purveyors of t-shirts. In the documentary they interview Jake Nickel (founder of Threadless), as well as other Threadless employees, designers, and general enthusiasts. I recommend you give...

/ September 16, 2010

Vintage Vantage is Going Out of Business–All Shirts $9.50

I’m sad to announce that Vintage Vantage, one of my favorite tee companies, will be closing up shop for good. After 9 years of selling some awesome and comfortable shirts, they will be done. It’s a sad day. I guess...

/ July 21, 2010

fiftyseven-thirtythree Launches Retail Store + a Coupon for Troundup

The folks over at 5733, who are quite cool, have made their first foray into the retail t-shirt store arena. I believe the store is located in Oakland, which is about as far away from me as possible, unfortunately. However,...

/ April 11, 2010

American Apparel Clamps Down on People Violating Their Wholesale Policy

I don’t usually post press releases, but I thought this one was somewhat interesting. I have mixed feelings. On one side, I recognize American Apparel’s right to not have people sell unembellished clothing articles at wholesale prices. However, my more...

/ March 31, 2010

Say Hi to Pirate Bath Clothing

I really like Pirate Bath Clothing’s style–the designs are clean and simple but still attractive and cool. I really, really like them. I’ve noticed more and more¬† big all-over prints, so this is a refreshing addition. It looks like every...

/ October 19, 2009

Local Celebrity Releases Their New Site

Local Celebrity just sup’d up their website and added a bunch of new features. First off, they created the A-List, which when you become a member (it’s easy and free), allows you to buy their shirts for only $22. They...

/ December 13, 2008

Want to Learn How to Start Your Own Clothing Line?

Gino from Color Overload just emailed me about his new ebook, Fuel for Design. From the man himself, “Fuel for Design is a complete guide on how to start a clothing line and is packed full of the latest t-shirt...

/ November 8, 2008

I Really Like Tee Fury

I just came across Tee Fury, which is another type of design competition. They sell one shirt a day, and once it’s gone, it’s gone for good. One thing I really like about them is their site design. It’s simple,...

/ July 31, 2008

Introducing Weasel Farm

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...

/ May 11, 2008

Introducing T-Shirt Monster

T-shirt Monster was created with the goal of giving designers the ability to sell their shirts without having to stock inventory. However, despite being an on-demand printer, they also focus on quality (which is something I’ve seen some other sites...

/ March 29, 2008