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New tank-tops from Wear Liberty

by Matt on June 9, 2014

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Wear Liberty is my line of t-shirts based out of and inspired by the historical city of Philadelphia, PA. This summer I’m expanding my brand to include tank-tops and accessories like sunglasses and tote bags. I just released two brand new tank-tops and restocked a fan favorite. They’re all available at Use special discount code “hideyourarms” at checkout to receive 10% off your entire order!
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Royal by Colus

by Matt on January 19, 2014

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Colus has done it again. With his newest design “Royal”, a lovely lion will grace your chest in the classic Colus black and white boldness. Pre-order available now at $24 and will ship in early February.



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This summer I showcased my t-shirt brand, Wear Liberty, with RAW, an independent arts organization. If you’ve never heard of it, I highly recommend checking it out. They put on some amazing art showcases in over 50 cities around the world. It was easily one of the best opportunities I’ve ever had as a brand owner/artist and I’m still making connections with the RAW community even though the show was three months ago.

Anyway – They do an annual awards shows and I’m up for Fashion Designer of the year! I certainly don’t consider myself a fashion designer, but that’s the category I’m grouped with since my medium is t-shirts. I would really appreciate any and all support! You do have to register, but it only takes a minute and you’d really be helping me out. You can vote once per day until October 9th. If I win in Philadelphia, I get to showcase with the other winners and then one artist in each category is chosen to represent each city in the finals, which take place in California.

Vote here:

I really appreciate any and all help and support. Thank you! :)


Colus x Wear Liberty

by Matt on September 9, 2013

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I’ve loved Colus’ style ever since I came across his self titled brand a few years ago. Minimalist, yet bold and powerful, all his designs are created in only black and white. I knew I wanted to work with him for my brand, Wear Liberty, and I can now proudly present to you the finished product: Colus x Wear Liberty

This design embodies what Wear Liberty is all about with two powerful images, the eagle and the liberty bell both represent feelings of freedom and independence. And combined with Colus’ elegant artwork, this piece lets you focus on what really matters.

This is a white discharge print on a black 100% cotton American Apparel fine jersey t-shirt. The first run is a limited edition of 50. Only available at

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Ugmonk 5th Anniversary Set and 20% off sale

by Matt on August 26, 2013

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Ugmonk is celebrating their 5th anniversary and designer Jeff Sheldon has a created a beautiful limited edition set for the occasion. In addition to the black ringspun cotton t-shirt with a black shimmer ink print, you get a special box with an embossed copper foil 5th anniversary seal, a numbered 1.75″ solid metal collectors coin with an antique copper finish, an embossed moleskin sketchbook, and a 5th anniversary wood pencil to draw in it with. The set is priced at $60, but use the discount code “happy5″ to save 20% off that and anything else in the Ugmonk store. There are only 200 of these sets and they are selling quick, so grab yours before they’re gone!




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New tee from Ugmonk

by Matt on August 14, 2013

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Ugmonk just dropped a new design! “Slow & Steady” is available in heather black or light green and both colors include a cute little turtle at the end of the text :)

They will be also be celebrating their 5th anniversary on August 26th with a special limited edition anniversary package. Jeff always has something fancy up his sleeve, so definitely check back for that.



$10 tees at 410 BC

by Matt on July 22, 2013

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410 BC is having a $10 tee sale…but it’s a surprise what design you get! I would post a picture of their shirts, but I don’t know which one you’re gonna get :) Take a risk, can’t go wrong for $10.


40% off at Inkefx

by Matt on June 26, 2013

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Inkefx recently hit 800 likes on their facebook page and to celebrate is offering 40% off everything in their shop until this Sunday. Just use discount code “Thanks800″ to save 40% off your entire order. Thanks Inkefx!








City of Thieves – Define & Defy

by Matt on June 4, 2013

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When Greg Kerr, owner of Miles To Go Clothing, is not busy making literary inspired t-shirts, he sings in a post hardcore/punk rock band called City of Thieves. Their debut record, Define & Defy, is available for free download on their bandcamp site.

Like what you hear? You can buy the bands t-shirts through the Miles To Go website. And if you live in Arizona, check them out live on June 20th at Pub Rock Live with A Wilhelm Scream, Such Gold, and the Flatliners.

Check out their music video for “Hollow” below


5 tees for $15 at 410 BC

by Matt on June 3, 2013

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410 BC discounted some of their older designs down to $15. No code needed, price is already adjusted in their shop. They also recently released a bunch of new shirts. Check it out – 410 BC





Spring sale and 7 new items from Ugmonk

by Matt on May 28, 2013

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Three new shirts, three new prints, and a brand new tote bag make for 7 new items in the Ugmonk store. And you can save 20% off all of them until June 3rd with discount code “Spring20″. My favorite is definitely the Never Settle t-shirt.

“It’s easy to be average, but only the standouts survive. So no matter what you’re working on, put in the extra effort; take time to refine; Never Settle.”




The 10th Annual Art Star Craft Bazaar

by Matt on May 10, 2013

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The Art Star Craft Bazaar is one of Philly’s biggest annual ongoing craft markets and this weekend marks the 10th anniversary! Over 100 different artists, crafters, and vendors set up on the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing for two whole days. Everything from jewelry and t-shirts, to stuffed animals and glassware, prints, paintings, pottery, and more!

This will be my second year participating as a vendor at the Art Star Craft Bazaar and I couldn’t be more excited! As it was my biggest event last year, I decided to center my new releases around the bazaar this year. I will be dropping 5 brand new designs with my Philadelphia inspired t-shirt brand, Wear Liberty. They are all limited edition and will be available for the first time ever starting tomorrow, May 11th at 11am, at the Art Star Craft Bazaar! Artists for this release include Wotto, Yema Yema, againstbound, Sven Palmowski, and local Philadelphian; Hawk Krall.

The tees will be available online in the coming weeks and I will also be redesigning my website with a brand new look for the new designs. Check them out below.







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If you’re in Philly this weekend, stop by my tent (booth # 105) at the Art Star Craft Bazaar. If you wanna buy a shirt, mention this post and I’ll give you a special Hide Your Arms discount :)



DBH Discharge – Hands On Review

by Matt on May 7, 2013

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I recently received a couple tees from Design By Humans, specifically two that they used discharge inks for. If you’re not familiar, discharge is a special type of ink/screen printing process that basically dyes the fabric of the shirt, instead of laying ink on top of it, so it leaves almost no feel on the print.

Craig Watkins (you probably know him as Wotto), the Art Director over at DBH, sent me two of their discharge tees. “Lost” by carbine and a DBH logo shirt that they’ve been giving out for free at different events around the country. Lost depicts a skeleton astronaut being attacked by some sort of multi-legged space creature, all done in neon inks. Neon discharge inks! This design recently took 3rd place in the Bright Futures Neon Tee contest and just a few days ago was named as one of DBH’s “Top 5 Best Illustrative Tees”.

Ok…so on to the print. The beauty of discharge is that the print has virtually no feel at all. It’s as if you’re just wearing a blank shirt, but you get the awesome bonus of having an incredible design printed on it. And not only is this one super soft and bright, cause of the neon discharge inks, but super big as well. As you can see, it pretty much takes up the entire front of the t-shirt.

Not surprisingly, Design By Hümans has impressed me yet again. They’re always taking that next step and improving their game, putting out the biggest, brightest, softest, and best prints around. Every time I receive one of their shirts in the mail, it looks even better than it does on the website. Do yourself a favor and check them out if you haven’t yet.




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If you act quickly, you can still snag 1 of 50 free illustrations wotto is giving away with his new print at Design By Hümans today. All you have to do is buy today’s release, Incognito. But only the first 50 people get the illustrations and there’s only a few left, so don’t delay. Already got mine!






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Origins by Jason Limon

by Matt on April 18, 2013

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Last Friday, one of my favorite artists, Jason Limon, launched a Spring Art Webxhibit called Origins. A lot of the incredible pieces are already sold, but the pre-order for the t-shirt is still up! But only till tomorrow. Grab this beautiful design for only $24, printed on a 100% cotton Next Level Apparel tee. He doesn’t usually do t-shirts, so this is a special treat! :)



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Buy Me Brunch

by Matt on April 4, 2013

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I’m not sure how I got on their mailing list, cause I don’t remember ever seeing these awesome shirts before, but I’m glad that I am. Buy Me Brunch just released a new design, about one of my favorite things other than t-shirts, beards. They also have a bunch of other great tees, and while some are not so PG, I think there’s something for everyone. Use discount code “beard” for 20% off today only!






A few new tees from Miles To Go

by Matt on April 2, 2013

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Greg over at Miles To Go has just a released a few new designs, and as always, some are very limited. So act quick if you want one! My favorite is the Old Man and the Sea design, pictured above. Printed with discharge inks on a 50/50 antique blue tee, it’s sure to be super comfy.



The Dharma Bums design was printed on black and dark brown, but the brown is limited to only 17 total! He also did the Miles to Go logo on dark brown.

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Review: Design By Hümans Collective

by Matt on February 8, 2013

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The DBH Collective was launched a few months ago and is now in full swing. According to it’s tagline from their site, the collective is: “Tees that illustrate your lifestyle, by a group of epic artists from around the globe, printed on whatever color you’d like.” It is exactly that, and more.

For as long as I’ve been following the online graphic t-shirt world, which is almost five years now, I’ve always considered Design By Hümans to be one of the best players in the game. Super soft and comfortable tees, incredible artwork from all the best artists, and massive screen prints that are executed perfectly. What more could you want?

More designs on more colors, obviously. And the DBH Collective is giving you just that. When it first rolled out, there were about 20 different artists included in the collective. Now there are over 55! I haven’t counted how many designs each artist has in their store, but the total number is surely a lot. And each of those being available on multiple different colors make the possibilities endless.

The Creative Directior of DBH, Mr. Craig Watkins aka Wotto, was nice enough to send me some samples of this new collective to check them out for this review. I’ll admit that I definitely had my doubts when DBH first announced they were doing DTG printing. As I mentioned, I consider them one of the best when it comes to screen printing, so I kind of thought it was a step down for them to start with DTG. But not surprisingly, they pulled it off bigger and better than anyone else. The shirts I received are easily the best DTG prints I’ve ever seen.

The first shirt I received was “The Baboon” by Mr-Nicolo. This bold and colorful print came to me on a black 100% cotton DBH Premium Tee. While I mentioned that the DBH Collective designs are all available on multiple colors, there are a few exceptions and this is one of them. The Baboon is only available on black. I would assume it’s probably because it doesn’t look as good on other colors, and further, the design itself contains a few of the colors that they offer for other DBH Collective pieces. Regardless, it looks great on black and the print is huge. As you can see, it takes up almost the entire front of the tee. Granted, I do wear a small and they probably don’t make the prints bigger for larger sizes, but that is a possibility. I’ll have to find out. Not only is the print big, but super soft. Even softer than a standard screen print, because of the DTG process they’re using for this collection.

The next shirt I received was a piece by wotto himself, “An Ode To Wild Things 2″. This design depicts two characters from a book (and now a movie) we’re all familiar with. The main character Max, in his boat, atop one of the wild things! This one was sent to me on a turquoise shirt, which I think was the perfect choice for this beautiful illustration. Again, the print is very large and super soft.

So if it wasn’t obvious, I highly recommend checking out the DBH Collective. Tons of never-before-seen designs on new colors, and you get to choose what combination you like. Wotto and the huge group of awesome artists over at Design By Hümans are always doing new and great things, and this is just another one to add to the list. What will they come up with next?

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The best Lion King shirt ever

by Matt on February 6, 2013

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I first saw this design on the chest of Harley Morenstein (pictured above), of Epic Meal Time fame, on his instagram feed. I knew then and there I needed to own it. Did a little searching and found this gem at The name is a little deceiving though, as the print is DTG, not “skreened”. Either way, it’s on American Apparel and it’s awesome.



Herald by Colus

by Matt on January 22, 2013

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I can’t say enough good things about this guy and his brand. So simple, yet so beautiful. He never disappoints. Today, for your viewing and wearing pleasure, Colus has released Herald. The newest piece in his collection of white on black and black on white prints. Discharge ink on American Apparel and available now at


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