Batman goes on a weird trip at TeeFury.
It’s just a flesh wound at Shirt.Woot.
Mad Men meets Portal at RIPT.
Famous heroes (and villains) get re-imagined as pixelated characters in the 2nd place winner from the 8-bit contest at DBH.
Qwertee are getting ready early for The Hobbit.
Just a kid that wants to be Wolverine at Shirt Punch.
Megan Lara brings another design to The Yetee.
“I bent my Wookie.” Gotta love Ralph, thanks Nowhere Bad.
Was the kid’s film really so popular it needs this mashup at TeeRaiders?
Made in the Now highlight the story that women will now be able to take the grueling course for marine officers.
Tee Gazette are still looking for sponsorship for the Boston Tee Party.
Star designers Henry Holland, Julien Macdonald and Matthew Williamson have designed this year’s Children in Need (a UK charity telethon) t-shirts.
A ‘smart’ t-shirt is going to be trialled which has the ability to help remotely monitor the conditions of people with heart and kidney diseases. WE LIVE IN THE FUTURE.
No picture to go with this one, but had to be mentioned. An ‘apostle’ in Swaziland is selling t-shirts he has payed on which will then heal the wearer. One happy buyer, Christina Zulu, says the following “I bought the T-shirt for my neighbour who could not walk due to illness. I gave it her and she wore it to sleep. In the morning, her mother woke me up and told me that she has recovered.” It’s almost unbelievable, as if that is utter BS and completely impossible.
Apliiq.com have started offering custom snapbacks. By ‘custom’ they mean that you can choose from a load of hat colours and match that with hundreds of fabrics. So it’s a level of customisation but not fully customised since you can’t put your name on it or anything like that.
Colette in Paris have become the first shop to be allowed to sell tees from Tpost.
I dropped a few new straps at Rigu over the past couple of weeks, check it out and pick something up, mention HYA in the order comments and I’ll throw some extra sweets in your package.