Daily t-shirt releases & news for July 24th

by Andy on July 24, 2012

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It’s $6 grab bag time at TeeFury.


There’s a Month Python t-shirt at Shirt.Woot.


NES box art meets Batman at RIPT.


Well that’s a bit dark at DBH.


There’s a Thor-riffic design at Qwertee.


Alien eating aliens at Shirt Punch.


There’s a lovely Life Aquatic design at The Yetee.


Do the eyes on this Godzilla-esque creature make anyone else feel a bit uncomfortable?


Bit of a lazy Lord of the Rings design at OtherTees.


I’ve seen better designs than this Dark Knight effort at TeeMinus24 too.


Pretty rare for 6dollarshirts to use two colours on a shirt.


A quick Google tells me that this Another Fine Tee… tee, is something to do with Avatar: The Last Airbender.


Here’s a great tutorial for turning old t-shirts into bangles.


Emily VanCamp was spotted wearing a tee from Junk Food.


Threadless have a load of tees for $9.99 as part of the ‘back to school’ promo, which I find funny since the school nearest me only closed for Summer last Friday.


Last chance for the A Better Tomorrow prelaunch sale.


Here’s a great tutorial on how to take good product photos.


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  • Dr Robert Kimball

    That Modor University one is fucking shite, no thought whatsoever.

    The Shirt.Woot. one is an Indiana Jones & The Last Crusade reference I believe, they had to choose the cup of Christ at the end [SPOILER]

    On a positive note, the Godzilla & Yetee ones are quite nice. At least a lot of The Yetee designs have some thought and talent rather than a cyncical cash grab.

  • Seibei

    The text on the Godzilla one is kind of interesting…it says “Gorira Kujira” (“gorilla” and “whale”) which is how the original name for Godzilla came about (Gorira + Kujira = Gojira).

  • http://hideyourarms.com/ Andy (Hide Your Arms)

    I like the way you always clear up any ambiguity when Japanese writing is on tees, makes everything a lot easier for me!

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