My name is Mario T. and i am founder and creative designer for FLYING PACKS CO. Flying Packs is about unity and exploring ones own creativity. I would love for you to have/checkout&criticize our T-shirts! feel free to check-out our first collection! I do recommend our FLYINGPANDA T-SHIRT, FLYINGPIG tshirt AND/OR OUR wolFPack Ts (theyve been local fav out here in SF,CA).
Andy: Pretty cool designs!
Thanks for all you do, you’ve been holding down this site forever now. I’m not sure if you watch Regular Show or Cartoon Network, but we just came out with an official Regular Show collaboration featuring realistic versions of the main characters Mordecai and Rigby. They posted about the release on their Facebook page with a video of Olan and Regular Show creator JG Quintel. We might come out with a round two with a couple more characters as well.
Andy: Gotta admit that I’ve never heard of Regular Show in my life, but one of the good things about these designs is that I can like them without understanding the references or characters, which I usually take to be the sign of a good tee.
My best friend and I aren’t the ones that want to spend 4 years of our life getting a degree. So we decided to start a clothing company. But it just couldn’t be a plain old company. We had to stand for something. So we thought about it and we decided we would stand for being yourself and being happy. So that’s how we came up with BYBH Clothing. We slapped our name and saying on our shirt and that’s how we started. So be yourself, be happy!
Andy: I’m just going to say it; these t-shirts are not very good. The text really does look like it has been slapped on there, when with a bit more consideration and a different type treatment this could have been a nice shirt, but as it is this looks more like it’s a promo for something than being from a clothing brand. Still, they are just starting out so hopefully they will be able to learn from this (something tells me that they won’t be selling a lot outside their circle of friends and family) and push on with new designs which have wider appeal.
Rick is probably one of the nicest guys in the t-shirt industry, so I thought it was probably worth mentioning that the animal-based clothing line OMUNKY celebrated it’s 5 birthday on Tuesday, huzzah!
Really nicely shot, but that comes as no surprise.
If it’s not already marked in your cal…tomorrow is National Hot Dog Day. Perfect day to make a foodie fashion statement.
Show your love for this American guilty pleasure with The Mountain’s Hot Dog tee!
Available at www.TheMountain.com for $20
Andy: I’ve actually seen people in public wearing tees from The Mountain, so I can only imagine what other food based shirts I’ll be seeing people in for years to come. Ridiculous design, but I think I actually prefer these to the animal ones.
Kineda x Ultra Street Fighter IV SDCC exclusive! Five t-shirts featuring the new characters from USFIV: Hugo, Elena, Poison, Rolento and Decapre! Purchase these at the Capcom Booth at SDCC but know that quantities are extremely limited so show up early to get yours!
Andy: That seems like a pretty impressive ‘get’ for Kineda, good on them!
Brooklyn based streetwear brand, Toy Sldrs, has released it’s latest collection aimed at triggering late 80s/early 90′s video game nostalgia. Within the collection, you’ll find its own designs fused with that of vintage ’8-bit’ gaming elements. The collection itself includes Tank tops, Snap backs, Socks and Flip Flops. An ideal line up of products to stay cool in during the summer heat. You can pick up these and other products currently available through the brands online store.
Andy: It’snot often I say this, but those socks are pretty cool.
Great news everybody! Jack of all Trades just released some awesome new designs, part of the Extreme Designs Collection.
They have gone the extra mile to include a variety of amazing printing techniques to the art. Parts of Batman, Spider-Man and Superman are printed with distressed shimmer Ink and parts of the paint splatters have been printed with puff ink to mimic the effect of actual paint being splattered on the shirt!
Check them out and let us know what you think!
Andy: Pretty damn badass!
No word on when this will end so you might as well hop on board the sale train now.
Moloch v3.0 is now available to purchase. The base t-shirts are now Uniqlo packed tees, a step up from the previous collection, this collection also includes tote bags! The release draws inspiration from retro computer culture referencing old viruses, conversations people had on the internet in the 80s and even Albert Camus. For the first time we are now also stocking women’s tees. Check out the Facebook page as we are running a free giveaway on there at the moment: www.facebook.com/molochclothing
Andy: Moloch have some odd designs, but I want to wear them, so they must be doing something right. Uniqlo as the blank tee is unusual too.
It took some time, but there is finally a brand that is as much about the fashion as it is the lifestyle. Understanding that your fashion choices are an extension of your personality is at the forefront of creation for StuntX. Much of our inspiration comes from the lifestyle, culture and excitement of living life to the fullest (extreme sports, motocross, motorcycles, sky diving, skateboarding, surfing, music). Finding your inspiration in one of our design is the greatest indication that we are achieving our goals. We speak the language of a multiple generations that believe that life truly is worth living. We just help them live it in style.
Here is one of our latest designs, “The D-Tour” which is a fun visual appealing Screen printed T-Shirt with Rainbow Foil that says ‘Rock N Roll Is Dead!’ The back of the shirt is equally fun as it has tour dates for the shows.
The shirt retails for $32.00 and can be found here http://shop.stuntxnyc.com/product/the-d-tour
Andy: I’m so glad that “the D Tour” is actually a thing, because my initial impression was that this was goes to be some kind of riff on “she loves the D”. That said, who buys a tour shirt for a tour they haven’t been to?
Hide your Arms readers looking to keep their closet’s freshly stocked can get some great deals on our newest designs.. Use coupon code hideyourarms to receive 15% off your entire order from now until August 3rd at www.scooterheadsasquatch.com
Andy: Thanks a lot for the coupon!
THE CIRCUS SOCIETY
I am the Founder and Creative Director for The Circus Society. A collection of graphic tanks and tees for men and women. After graduating with a degree in Design, I haven’t stop my passion to design and create inspirational pieces of art work. Most of my art work is inspire by music, life, and my journey.
Andy: Founder AND Creative Director? Maybe I should start calling myself the Founder, Editor, CEO, and CFO of Hide Your Arms? Designs look pretty cool though.
Luminado Apparel ™ is A New T-shirt Line Coming Out of Danville, Virginia. I Started it a Few Weeks Ago, I am a Sixteen Year old High School Student That Has Big Dreams! I started this line because My Friends and I Kept Complaining About How T-shirts Never Came out to express our style, So I Decided To Do The T-shirts that Fit Us Myself. All Of My T-shirt, Tanks, & Baseball Ts Are $15, with Coupon Code:ZMBrand (If Ordered Must add Shipping Cost).
I have Item numbers and Item Names For All My Apparel which can be checked out On Facebook.com/LuminadoApparel or Istagram:@l.apparel_comingsoon! I would like for everyone to take a look at my shirts and help a young teenager follow His Dreams. Thank You all so Much!
Andy: If I had a pound for every brand that has submitted themselves with something along the lines of “we couldn’t find clothes we liked” I’d have a nice little pension fund going. I don’t really like the designs, the website doesn’t link to a server, I question the wisdom of putting ‘coming soon’ in your Instagram name, and I’d be surprised if they actually had a trademark on that name. I do still like to encourage teens starting a clothing line because I wish I had that kind of entrepreneurial spirit at their age, so good on them for trying and I’m sure it will be a great learning experience.
Retro Summer Breeze Tee! Free Shipping on all orders! No code needed!
Andy: I’m pretty sure that I’d look stupid in this shirt, but that guy actually looks pretty cool.
I love simple graphics and giving inanimate things personalities. Circle & Line is my attempt to put the two on the canvas of a T-shirt.
This one is for the rainy days. Alternatively, the sunny days when it is raining inside.
Andy: I really like stuff like this, it’s simple but really charming and just about anyone would be happy wearing it.
Sarah Bevan is a young designer and crafter based in Dublin, Ireland. She discovered tshirt design and crafting in college. Her love of all things nerdy means that her designs are bold, funny and usually featuring a pun or a fandom reference. She is a fan of strong lines, bold colours and pop culture references. Support Sarah into her foray as an artist on Designbyhumans.
My goal with art is to make people feel happy when they get a reference or see a pun and hopefully laugh and appreciate the humour and share it with their friends.
Give Back to the community:
The more profit that Sarah is able to accumulate, the more she can give to Gheel.ie, a not for profit Autism awareness project that helps adults with Autism in Dublin. She has run for them twice in mini-marathons aiding almost 250 euro for them and hopes to do more.
Andy: I can’t see that many people wanting to walk around with ‘Little Miss Incest’ written on their chest, but it is pretty funny.
OsoPorto is a line of t-shirts (and prints and other goods) now in its final week on Kickstarter. The line is loosely themed around the Southern California surf neighborhood of El Porto in Manhattan Beach.
El Porto, a small surfing neighborhood near LAX Airport, was a 10-block town of its own from 1911-1980. It still has its own character, if not its own borders. Celebrating everything from the beach to California’s signature bear with clean, modern, typographic designs, OsoPorto is a line of t-shirts, design prints, and other goods for those who know El Porto or just identify with its California spirit.
We are nearing our main funding goal on Kickstarter with just under a week to go. If we go beyond the goal and can hit our first stretch goal, two more designs are added to the line.
Check out all the details here: http://kickstart.osoporto.com
Andy: I’ve caught this one a little late since I was away for the weekend, but there’s still a few hours to get in on it if you like the designs. It’s a fairly local line though so I would imagine you need to feel some kind of attachment to El Porto to really ‘get’ the shirts, but they’re generally fine for non-locals too. They’ve already hit their Kickstarter target so if pledge you know the money will be leaving your account, which is always reassuring.
Revel Nation Clothing Co. is a Chicago based lifestyle brand that celebrates the unique way millennials pursue their dreams. Each premium-quality shirt, print, and lifestyle piece is the creative retelling of the millennial journey. Each design is carefully crafted and manufactured here in the USA to represent a significant milestone on their continuous journey to success. Our tees are 100% cotton and each design is printed with environmentally safe, eco-friendly ink.
We set out to develop a brand that reflects not only our own passion for the pursuit, but also the appreciation for unique experiences that fuels fellow revelers. We were able to do so through a successful launch via Kickstarter where we were fortunate enough to exceed our funding goal.
Each collection will include merchandise that resonates with individuals who embrace life and celebrate everything that it may bring. Every Revel Nation piece tells the story of dreamers, risk-takers, and ambitious innovators. You can find out more about our brand by visiting www.LiveRevelNation.com and save 10% on your order by using promo code: LAUNCH10 until July 31, 2014 at 11:59 pm (CST). This promotions is exclusively for the Hide Your Arms viewers.
Andy: It’s a logo brand, which does make life a little harder for them getting off the ground, but they certainly look to be doing things right with a strong lineup of varied designs and some really nice product photography.