From the monthly archives:

June 2012

tshirt laundry




Tshirt Laundry have one of the most obscure Simpsons reference t-shirts I’ve ever seen, there must be some big fans of the show in their office.

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How have I not heard of Hantu before?

by Andy on June 30, 2012

hantu t-shirts






Hantu are a t-shirt brand from Sheffield here in jolly old England who have been printing and sewing their own shirts in the UK since 2002, pre-dating HYA by four years, which makes me wonder how a company making such interesting shirts have passed me by for so long, especially since with almost 20,000 Facebook likes they must be well known with some people!

Still, best not dwell on it, I know who they are now and that’s nice, because I can keep tabs on their tees. The patterns designs are appealing to me most at the moment, but there others aren’t without their charms either.The six shirts above make up their SS’12 collection and are available now for £23 a piece.

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Three new shirts at SnorgTees

by Andy on June 30, 2012

koala bear t-shirt



Koala bear t0shirt is the favourite of the week for me at snorgtees.

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What was new at laFraise this week?

by Andy on June 30, 2012

disc jockey lafraise


Boy oh boy am I late posting laFraise this week, pity since they’ve put out a couple of crackers this semaine, especially that disc jockey t-shirt.

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palmercash sale

Doesn’t get much cheaper than that! PalmerCash

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Five new shirts from Turkey’s Kaft

by Andy on June 29, 2012

kaft t-shirts





Kaft are getting themselves quite the attractive back catalogue of tees, with these five latest editions all having their charms. These guys seem very willing to try and do something different with the various styles of their shirts, and I like that. These latest shirts are $20.90 each and available now.

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keepon collective summer 2012



A handful of quality new designs from Keepon Collective, and the lookbook photography is pretty sweet too. I’d be happy wearing all the tees, nice, big and strong designs, though I’m still scared of tank tops since my guns aren’t quite sculpted to perfection yet. They’re available now and everything is priced at $24.95 each.

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overthose t-shirts





It’s not going to take a genius to work out which design I’m talking about in the title, but I think it would be unfair to suggest that Overthose are unnecessarily trying to court controversy when you look at their other designs, which are all pretty interesting. Possibly a touch pricey at €30 per t-shirt, but clothing is expensive in Germany, and they are printing the shirts themselves one-by-one so that goes part way to helping justify the premium price.

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Daily t-shirt releases for June 29th

by Andy on June 29, 2012

sherlock t-shirt

Sherlock gets some attention at TeeFury.


One of my favourite Star Wars tee for a long time at Shirt.Woot.


RIPT are excited about Dark Knight Rises too.
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motivate clothing coupon code






One way to catch my attention with a pitch is to let me know that you’ve already made a coupon code which will get all you lovely readers money off their order; another method is inflating my ego, I suggest a mix of the two, but the first option is definitely effective. Motivate Clothing Co, did just that and hooked us up with 15% off the tees in their store with the coupon code HIDEYOURARMS. Their tees were a reasonable $20 before so it doesn’t take Stephen Hawking to work out that you’re looking at a $3 saving on each tee, nice!

Motivate aren’t just generous with tee lovers, each of their designs gives 10% of the proceeds to a charity related to the issue being discussed on the t-shirt you buy, which is a nice touch that there is a connection between what you buy and where the charity money goes.

As usual I’d like to see some pictures of the actual shirt being worn by people (or even laid flat on the floor), but other than that there’s a lot to like about what’s going on here.

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Rain Dance Tee by Geniuz Ink

Geniuz Ink Clothing has just come out with relief t-shirt that 100% of the profits will go to the American Red Cross to aide in the ongoing Colorado Wild Fire relief efforts.  Geniuz Ink hails from Denver, Colorado, so these wild fires are hitting close to home for owner, Julian Donaldson.  This shirt is appropriately titled “Rain Dance” and in the word’s of Geniuz Ink,

“This shirt is a commemorative piece done for all of the people affected by the fire. Being a Colorado native it has broken my heart to see my friends, and fellow Coloradans watch our state burn to ashes. Colorful Colorado will be colorful once again but until then we need all the help and blessings we can get.”

This is a pre-order t-shirt and will be available in the middle of July.  Every order comes with a sticker of the artwork.  The simplicity of the design and the impact of the shirt’s statement is very powerful, especially for those who are sadly getting hit by these wild fires.  So remember, you’re helping the American Red Cross and those involved by purchasing this item!

Cost = $20.00    Buy it at Geniuz Ink Clothing 

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dbd clothing




Looks like Death Before Dishonour have stripped things back and are just going with DBD at the moment as I can’t find any reference to the longer version of their name on their site. Not that the name matters too much, we’re all about the clothes at HYA, well, unless they were called something grossly offensive, in which case I would cock an eyebrow and tut in their general direction.

Couple of cool new designs continuing with their recent look at the Buddhist arts, which I would imagine has a lot of promising material for a streetwear company. Tees are £25, as is the vest, the baseball top is £35, and they’re all available right now.

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strange town t-shirt

I think I’d probably prefer this latest winner from A Better Tomorrow without the floating whale, but then it wouldn’t be a particularly strange town now, would it?

Costiness=€22 (free shipping in Germany) Buy it at ABT

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Drop Dead Summer 2012

by Liam_Hodgeon on June 28, 2012

With the beginning of summer hitting us (meaning time of year and definitely not weather for us Brits) we’re lucky to be seeing a whole new string of releases from various clothing companies, with Drop Dead being one of those.

Their summer release shows us again how different Drop Dead do the whole t-shirt thing with a selection of mind blowing designs. It seems cats and all over prints are becoming more and more something to recognise Drop Dead by and if these are your things then picking up something from them is an absolute must. With guys and girls tees available ranging from £25 to £35 as well as a bunch of other items of clothing and accessories, they have really pulled together an excellent summer range!

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Daily t-shirt releases for June 28th

by Andy on June 28, 2012

doctor who t-shirt

“Theatre in SpaceTime” at TeeFury.


Poor Pinocchio at Shirt.Woot.


It’s an 8-bit Space Trip at RIPT.
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Regan Smith Clarke’s shirts are awesome

by Chris_S on June 28, 2012

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It’s been a busy few days here at HYA – which is why though Regan Smith Clarke’s summer collection has been around for a little while, we’re only getting to it now. But what a doozy it is: well worth the wait. Regan designs shirts with a vintage art twist, with eye-popping designs which seem to have leapt from a 1940s newspaper comic strip. Coincidentally, that’s exactly the sort of thing that I love, so I’m craving these shirts very badly.

Trailblazer (above, $25) is a shirt which looks like it could well be at home on a wartime propaganda poster for kids, and would undoubtedly draw some looks for its big design and bright colours. Personally, it’s my favourite of the bunch.

But then you’ve got Lone Wolf ($25) – which comes in black and yellow – that manages to take the weird anthropomorphic animal thing that you see in all cartoons (Peppa Pig, Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny say hi) and create a new character. As you might tell from the two shirt names, Regan Smith Clarke’s all about giving the wearers of his t-shirts an identity and an ego boost.

Keeping the wartime propaganda look (and almost making me willing to buy a three-quarter length baseball tee) is the Stand and Deliver 3/4 length ($28). I personally think that wearing 3/4 length clothing on your top half is almost as dangerous as wearing 3/4 length shorts (it runs the risk of making you look like a baby) but the design on this is so beautiful that I’m almost willing to overlook it. Almost. Regan, if you’re reading this: put it on a normal tee. I’ll buy it in an instant.

Costliness = $25-28

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