Reprints at Threadless this Week (23/02/2012)

by DeeHYA on February 24, 2012

Sorry my blog is a little bit late, had a bit of a mental couple of nights with the kids. I can’t quite believe all the new tees that have landed on Threadless, it’s almost like I haven’t blogged in ages.

The reprints this week are a showcase of tees by Lim Heng Swee and David Fleck, two super popular Threadless designers!

Firstly this week because I am feeling the purple love and this t-shirt deffo makes me go ‘Awwww’. Happy Birthday to Me by Lim Heng Swee, shows a big bear blowing blossom off a tree like a candle on a birthday cake. Sure this will be super popular.

Yay! My second favourite horned animal the Narwhal! Born to be a Conductor by Lim Heng Swee. shows a Narwhal conductor, who is ready to conduct an orchestra.

I really like the look of this tee despite my one phobia being moths and butterflies! Fabby almost autumnal addition to Threadless is Moth Collector by David Fleck. All very brown and warm and I suspect this tee appealing to lots of different types of people.

I’ve deffo blogged this tee before but it is so stunning that it deserves another blog. The placement of the design on Sea Beard by David Fleck is probably what makes it most appealing to me, it absolutely takes over the tee and the colours are just so powerful and perfect for the subject matter.

I think I like Stolen Souls by David Fleck best of these showcased designs. I find the concept a big creepy though, as a model if souls are stolen with the click of a camera I must be some sort of demon by now. Also means my fiance who is a photographer is a tidge on the evil side.

Lastly and ending on one of Lim Heng Swee’s tees mostly because I have to say I find them to be more light hearted than those of David Fleck. Everyone Poops by Lim Heng Swee shows an Ice Cream curling one off. I love how folks on Threadless are comfortable with poo, my only complaint about this tee is that I don’t think the design works on the red tee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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