I’m a fan of Fiftyseven Thirtythree, their oversized designs seem to be in a style that is rarely seen on tees, they’re much more like art prints on tees, and that’s no bad thing.
Also “no bad thing”? The 57-33 crew giving HYA an exclusive discount code that will give you
20% 25% off everthing in their Big Cartel Store. Sure, that’s good, but all good things must come to an end right? Wrong. This code is not set to expire, so as long as me and 57-33 are around, so will this code.
Okay, that’s probably enough teasing, the code is HIDE. Now go check them out!
*UPDATE* There was some kind of problem with the couple code the first time around, but 57-33 have fixed it now, and they even bumped up the code to 25% off, awesome!
I think that this design would have been better without the text at the lower left, but it still looks pretty damn good, gotta love that style. Oh, and I think the model might be wearing a tee that is a little too big for her.
Costiness=$18.99 Available from Badashell
Almost exaclty a year ago (and by exactly, I mean give or take an hour) I was waking up to my first morning in Philadelphia, it doesn’t feel like that long, but the numbers speak for themselves. So, with that anniversary popping into my head, it seemed like the perfect time to post this It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia referencing tee. If memory serves correct, it was sunny in Philadelphia that morning, but it was also damn cold.
Unfortunately, this tee is currently sold out in S, M, and L sizes, but as it is a fairly new tee that would make me suspect that it has been popular, and as such Busted Tees will be very likely to reprint the tee soon.
Costiness=$16.99 Available from Busted Tees
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… because I don’t think we’ve had enough horror this week. This isn’t exactly the most horror-ish tee that I could have posted, but it’s hardly raindows and cupcakes now, is it?
Costiness=$21.99 Available from Miles To Go
Good world, good tee.
Costiness=$22 Available from Print Liberation
There really is something beautifully simpe about this hoodie (also available as a chest prints on tees, check out the gallery for pics), it’s the kind of thing that I can’t imagine being sad if I were wearing it.
Costiness=$26 Available from P is for Panda (tees are just $13 with free US shipping)
I don’t read that many webcomics, but I am a big fan of Overcompensating, and yesterday’s strip is one of the reasons why. I’d recommend clicking through to OC so that you don’t strain your eyes.
laFraise do this weird thing where they make it hard to find their sale shirts unless you know where to look, in this case, if you head to page 8 of their store yuo will find tees for €17 and €13, instead of their usual €23.
Use the coupon code TWITTER10 at the checkout to receive 10% off your order at Ugmonk, which could include this wonderful hoodie.
As is often the case this is one of those posts where I really don’t have much to say because the infographic does most of the work for me. The sale is on in-store and online, and I don’t know when it will end.
It’s fair to say that I’m a fan of NerdyShirts, as far as the funy tee world goes, the nation of Nerdy Shirts probably has a seat on the UN Security Council (a little analogy for the international relations fans out there), and Troundup has always been one of the best tee blogs out there, even if Colin takes a little break from blogging every so often.
So, a tee blog and a tee company team up, it can only mean one thing,
a really contrived plot device for a cop show a competition! Colin has five tees from Nerdy Shirts to give away, and entry is easy, so you’d be stupid not to do it.
It might be because I’ve spent wayyyy too long staring at my screens today (I was up to three at one point when I was printing out packing lsips), but this optical illusion actually caught me out for a second before I realised I was just looking at a black print on a white tee. Unusually, you need to e-mail them to make an order, but if you want it I’m sure that won’t be a huge hurdle for you.
Costiness=$25 (presumably USD) Available from FUP ART
Y’know, I’m actually not even that big of a fan of Star Wars, but I do like finding and writing about them since you guys seem to like them, and this design from Snorg Tees really tickles my geek bone. Actually, I’ve never seen Attack of the Clones, which you could argue does make me a proper fan!
Costiness=$18.95 Available from snorg tees
I’m not even going to attempt to fathom what it means, but I do know that I want to wear it.
Costiness=€29 (with free shipping worldwide) Available from Violent Elegance
Whenever I hear the word black light, I can’t help but think of hippies; wherever you find a black light, you will almost certainly find a Grateful Dead album on vinyl. However, this tee glows under black light, but doesn’t really have much to do with hippies… my whole world is turned on it’s head!
FAQ Clothing have got quite a lot of new stuff in their store since we last visited (check out their lookbook), including some cool looking mystery boxes, and happily, a coupon code of digitalfaq that will give you 15% off anything in their store, including this rather fetching tee.
Costiness=$24 Available from FAQ Clothing
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This sale actually started more than a week ago, but as I was going through redesign hell I’m sure you’ll understand why it has taken until now to mention it. Seventh Ink have got all their tees on sale, hovering around the $10 mark, with a couple down at the ridiculous level of $5, not sure when this sale will end, so enjoy it whilst it does.
They’ve also got a cool looking button pack on sale for $4, or $3 when you buy a shirt.
‘Choo know what? I freakin’ love ice cream. I also love bacon. I once made bacon ice cream* from scratch, people said I was mad, but I thought it was glorious.
Costiness=$22 Available from Randr
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I don’t want to ram the HYA tee down your throats too much, but I am still very excited about it and amazed that people like it and are buying it (tees sent to the UK, US, Norway and Greece so far), so I hope you’ll forgive me for posting the first ever fan photo of someone I’ve never met wearing a HYA tee.
And of course, they are still available to buy if you want to look as good as Darren.
I get the feeling that some of you will probably find this jacket to be a bitt too restrained, perhaps even a little bit boring, but I’m the kind of guy that is okay with letting outerwear play second fiddle to my tees when it comes to a crazy design, as long as it looks good, and with a waterproof jacket, it better keep me dry too.
Costiness=$149 Available from Gold Coin
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