Color us giving, but thanks to the success of our two price reductions over the past two weeks we present a 50% off sale. We’re talking half off on nearly every damn thing (minus the calendars and latest goodies). You really have no excuses this time around to not get what you want because it’s half price.
No word on how long the Mishka sale is going to last, so if you’ve got your eye on something buy it sooner than later.
I wonder if the message in the speech bubble means anything, that would be cool. I put it into a binary translator and nothing came up that was legible, but I may have been doing it wrong, as I am not geeky enough to understand binary!
€22 Buy it at A Better Tomorrow (only available until 07/02/11)
The fine folks over at Split Reason have given HYA readers the opportunity to save 10% on their order in the form of an exclusive coupon code, delightful!
Use the coupon code HYA10 to receive the discount at SplitReason.
Hey Andrew just released these super fly tees! Probably my most favorite tee yet!
Check it out here:
[Andy: I think that the use of the Flyers logo is a bit awkward, but if you like Flyers then you’re probably going to like this shirt.]
This post was submitted by Andrew.
Movie mashup tees are always popular, and I imagine that this one might be too. At the risk of embarrassing myself once again, I’m going to try and identify the famous movie cars hat have been turned into Chuck Taylors for this design from Ruby Red Design (who are a HYA advertiser). From left to right, Dukes of Hazzard,The A-Team, Starsky and Hutch, and Herbie…. nailed it!
Costiness=£16.51 Buy it at Red Ruby’s RedBubble store
Do you like buying geeky shirts for $10? Yeah, me too (well, not that I actually buy tees of course). You know what’s even better than geeky tees for $10? Geeky tees for $5!
Yes, Split Reason have got a big old sale going on at the moment with t-shirts as low as $5 (there’s a few hoodies down to $30 too), good work SplitReason!
I think I might be cashing in my brouzoufs at laFraise this week to pick up this tee. Sure, they may have some designs that I like more, but this one has glow in the dark sections and that’s something my wardrobe is severely lacking in. Oh, and get free shipping from now until the 30th when you spend €60 or more with the coupon code FREESHIP60E. Oh, and if you’d like, here’s an interview with the designer Puhl.
Costiness=€23 Buy it at LaFraise
Illustratoe is new brand name of illustration & graphic t-shirt design in style fine art created in 2010 by “Viroj Thanpisankij” illustraor/t-shirt designer love to creating the illustration for products such t-shirt, sticker, badges, postcard and etc. i studied about shirt and techical for great quality and best graphic t-shirt for peoples.
This year 2011, I launched my online store for selling graphic t-shirt at “http://illustore.bigcartel.com/”. and retail shop at all Propaganda shops, Thailand and then i want spread to selling my tees in the other country
[Andy: One word. Nice!]
This post was submitted by illustratoe.
Sounds like a quote you’d find on a Tumblr, a Tumblr that likes beautiful typography.
Costiness=$30 Buy it at Loveless City
The coupon code cupid101 will get you R80 off your order at Springleap. You might be asking yourself, what the hell is R80 when it’s at home, well, tees are Springleap cost R183, which is about $24, so using math we can work out that R80 is a saving of about $10.50, good work, math!
Oh, and you’d probably be thinking that the code is only valid until Valentines Day since we all know Cupid goes to hibernate in his velvet fortress on February 15th, but it’ll actually keep on saving until the end of March.
You gotta say, Glennz know how to make some pretty funny tees. Actually you don’t have to say it, this isn’t Mashable or TechCrunch so you don’t need to leave comments going “yeah, that’s a great opinion” just so you can leave your link on the page.
Costiness=19.95 Buy it at Glennz Tees
I wonder how many other TV families you could do this with and it still be recogniable, I can think of the Griffins off the top of my head but not much else.
Costiness=£20.40 Buy it at MySoti
Just like I’ve started doing the roundups of Threadless tees, I think it might be a good idea for me to start covering some of the bigger tee sites out there on a more regular basis, so expect to see posts whenever BustedTees release something new, because whilst I think it’s pretty rare that they come out with a stunning design, when it comes to ‘funny’ tees there’s a reason why they’re one of the biggest players in the arena.
Aloha Venn Diagram (top photo) – Original idea (I haven’t seen it on a tee before), and a nice clean design too. $24
Knibb High Football Rules – I had to look this one up, are Busted Tees getting so desperate for source material that they’re quoting from 15 year old Adam Sandler movies now? $16.99
Stop Lantern – Looks like BT are getting on top of the Green Lantern movie buzz early, although perhaps they should have waited a while, because that design isn’t doing it for me, the print looks kinda odd. $16.99
Red Stapler – Am I missing something or is this a reference to The Office? But wasn’t that Jim putting Dwight’s stapler in jello?
Medicine is the best medicine – I’d love to wear this to a New Age convention.
I get the feeling that I might have already mentioned this, but it’s worth repeating, 25% off at Disturbia until the end of the month with the coupon code NEWYEAR.
Hot Fuzz is a funny, funny film, so it’s hardly surprising that Dark Bunny Tees has made a shirt about it, especially considering that Dark Bunny Tees have the Simon Pegg seal of approval.
Costiness=£18 (currently on pre-order) Buy it from Dark Bunny Tees
Sorry this Threadless new tee roundup is a bit late, but as dedicated watchers of my Twitter feed will be aware, I was on delivery trip to the South on Monday & Tuesday in a van that was so noisy and bouncy the rental company actually gave me a discount, and my ears are still ringing from driving it!
Remember, until the end of the month you can get $5 off your order (providing you spend $25 or more) with the coupon code TEESINSPACE.
The Goodbye Shirt by Kacie Mills – When I saw the name and silhouettes I was expecting a depressing shirt about animals on the verge of extinction, but Kacie has actually taken things a much cuter and fun direction by riffing on that famously 80s/90s sounding phrase “In a while, crocodile” with various different animals.
Tropicalia by Matheus Lopes Castro – Not the kind of thing that I’d wear, but it’s certainly pretty.
Microwavolution by Wenceslao Almazan and Terry Fan – Really cool design, it’s a bit of a rarity to see an evolution design that’s original, and I’d know.
Cute Animals Smoking Cigarettes by Andy Gonsalves – The idea of using cartoon characters to advertise is abhorrent to us now, but of course back in 1960 The Flintstones used to advertise cigarettes, though only until Pebbles was ‘born’ in 1963, awww, those TV execs are alright!
Snowblower by Andy Wilhite – Do I like it? I love it! This kind of design really harks back to the earlier days of Threadless when there was the ‘Threadless style’.
Sightseeing by Lim Heng Swee – You can’t see the design too well in this product photo, but I wasn’t going to pass up an opportunity to post a photo like this!
What better way to stay warm this winter by covering some of your body!! We currently have a internal company incentive program. The one with the most T-shirt sales recieves their very own drinking bowl. Come on, make a Meanie Wear employee’s year!
[Andy: Their designs certainly aren’t my kind of thing, but they do seem awfully nice so I thought I’d share their submission.]
This post was submitted by Meanie.
At the time of posting, you’ve got about 21 hours left to use the coupon code FLASHSALE to save 30% on your order at Arkaik Clothing. On Arkaik’s tweets they keep saying that the flash sale will go on until 10pm, but I don’t know what timezone that is.
If you went to a British school anytime in the last 20 years you would have heard someone say this during a French lesson. I wonder if French lessons in schools now actually have any bearing on what people want to know when they’re learning French, the swear words, and how to ask for things when you’re on holiday.
Costiness=£14 Buy it at Wasted Heroes
I like Eboy, and I like Boing Boing even if I have issues with some of the writers, but I do feel the price is a touch high and that it isn’t the best of eBoy’s work.
Costiness=$40/€30 Buy it at eBoy’s store