Ambitious Collective introduces their Spring/Summer 2014 capsule that includes 7 graphic tank tops and 2 t-shirts. The whole collection is available through our online shop www.ambitiouscollective.com. Use promo code “FAME” and get 20% your purchase.
Andy: Looks good, thanks for the submission!
Bored of the usual brands? Wear LLAMA. Why?
The word LLAMA begins with two ‘L’s
High quality clothing
Be different (until everyone is wearing LLAMA… then don’t)
Make friends easily
High quality printing
A LLAMA is a great animal (and friend)
Free shipping anywhere
More designs to be released depending on the success of the campaign.
Andy: This is kinda funny, but something tells me if you like it you should get on it ASAP before Puma lay a legal hammer down on them. That said, I would be surprised if they were able to get €20,000 of funding for what are essentially one colour tee prints.
Support a Young Artist:
Noemie Tshinanga is a young designer and photographer based in Athens, Georgia. She discovered photography and design early in her life. As many may have experienced, art pushed her to be bold. This shirt, shapes, exemplifies the boldness we are all capable of with its bright colors and strong lines. Support Noemie in her first foray into fashion as art: noemie-marguerite designs.
Vision: “Make something amazing, something that’s terrifying to you. Stay uncomfortable. Fight the flinch wherever you see it…”
Give Back to the Arts:
10% of all the proceeds from noemie-marguerite designs will support the local arts scene in Athens, Georgia. Athens has been a home to numerous artists including REM, Neutral Milk Hotel, James Pensoldt, and more. This shirt will benefit Cine Athens, a non-profit arthouse theatre that supports the arts in Athens (see Cine’s work: http://www.athenscine.com).
The Product: black American Apparel unisex tee // black Hanes women’s Nano-T v-neck
Andy: To be honest it doesn’t really appeal to me, there’s nothing wrong with it at all, it’s just not my style, but I would certainly welcome Noemie to submit something again.
A Street Art Parody Of The Awesome Video Game Franchise Series “Street Fighter” But For Street Artists And Video Game Pop Culture Lovers. Shirt is normally 25.00 But Is On Sale For 20.00$ From 7/14/14 To 7/20/14 And Available In Both Mens And Womens.
Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, XL
Can Buy Yours Here At http://www.diabolicalrabbit.com/market/street-tagger-t-shirt/
Andy: Cool idea and well executed too.
Deep Antiquity is a dark street wear brand based in Miami Fl producing Light and airy garments that provide the canvas for dark deep-seeded designs manifested through the vessel of modern fashion & esoteric style.
Deep Antiquity partners with American manufacturers and local businesses to produce a line of quality garments and accessories.
Andy: Looks good, thanks a lot for the submission!
You’ve got your ecommerce store. You’ve got a killer shirt design, and you just want people to be able to order them without having to so much as lift a finger. Enter PrintAura’s seamless DTG App service – if you’re using Shopify, Storenvy, Magento, WooCommerce, or other e-commerce platforms, PrintAura’s new DTG print & ship app integrates with your existing store to allow you to fulfill shirt orders without having to do a thing. Talk about passive income! PrintAura also does custom tags for your shirts, and complete white label shipping – everythign looks like it literally comes right from your brand. You can sign up for free and integrate the app with your store today at www.printaura.com.
Andy: This is a really interesting option for artists that want to go down the DTG route but don’t want to be lumped in with everyone else on RedBubble and similar platforms. It would be interesting to see what kind of print quality they offered.
Skate through the day without a care in the world, it’s Friday!
The perfect attire for casual Friday at the office.
Available in multiple colors, styles and sizes @
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Andy: I don’t mean to be rude to the artist because there’s nothing really wrong with this design, but I was surprised to see it is on DesignByHumans, it’s not the kind of calibre that I’d associate with them and makes me wonder if they need a bit more moderation in their artist/shop programme.
Tresna is a new clothing brand with all sorts of garments and accessories. We believe the way to truly satisfy the needs of our customers is by not being dedicated to money and being more interested in what you want and also the quality of the products we display.
Tresna was established in the rural town of Pickering, England. We have loads of space and a lot of inspiration. All our designers are from here and are inspired greatly by England, in which they design great pieces for our brand.
Our aim is to show the world that you are worthy of being valued immensely, and we want to inspire and show people that they do have the choice to dictate their futures. We want to help by providing great quality clothing for that journey.
Website URL: www.mike-tshirts.co.uk
Andy: Ooooh, I like that tee!
Thought your fans will really love Live Unbound‘s new shirts. 15% discount if you use the code: fandiscount at checkout. Love the site and thanks for your time!
Andy: Very nice indeed, thanks for the submission!
Summer Is Not Done Yet… One Hot Summer collection available now
Hide Your Arms readers get 10% off @ http://unfltrdpassion.com
Summer is a time for exploration and letting go of inhibitions. When the ladies are showing of their curves, fellas are showing off from hitting the gym, the temperature is higher, days seem longer and there’s more time and opportunity to mingle with the opposite sex.
The One Hot Summer collection captures the playful, carefree and lustful emotions we experience as we make summer connections with playful designs such as
Stand & Deliver
A Good Good Night
Pleasure & Pain
You Thinking What I’m Thinking?
Use code: hideyourarms for 10% off entire order and the collection is available now at http://unfltrdpassion.com
Andy: Those tees don’t really appeal to me, them being mockups doesn’t help, but I imagine that there are quite a lot of people out there who would like them. Thanks for the coupon too!
Cool gear for the ladies!
Andy: Thanks for the submission!
The new Unconventional T-Shirt promotes a graphic creation inspired by “Hipster Culture” from the 20’s and 30’s era.
The Italian artist Roberta fenci, in collaboration with the Mrprint team has created the new Unconventional T-shirt, 100% Italian product, available in a range of sizes (S,M,L,XL) with worldwide delivery.
Each design is printed in a limited edition.
Andy: Pretty cool, thanks for the submission!
Oxblood & Co have recently launched their anchors tees.
In addition they have released the ‘life’s too short for single gins’ tees in collaboration with Gin Festival (ginfestival.co.uk)
Find them both at oxbloodandco.com for £19.00 each with free UK shipping.
Andy: Nice, both wearable tees.
Boldly go where no stoner has gone before with TshirtGrill’s Breaking Bad-inspired ‘Star Trip’ T-shirt. The design is based on the episode “Blood Money”, in which Jesse Pinkman’s drug slinging cohort Badger regales his partner in crime, Skinny Pete, with the tale of a tulaberry pie eating contest aboard the Enterprise gone horribly, horribly wrong.
The skit was immortalised by Vulture’s Matt Czap, who, after seeing the episode, worked through the night animating Badger’s tale of geek tradegy before uploading it to the internet.
Legend has it, Badger’s Star Trek pitch was dreamed up in the early stages of Series 5, when screenwriter Peter Gould and fellow Breaking Bad scribe Gennifer Hutchinson got into an argument over the Trek transporter’s true operational nature. Their argument made it into the show almost word for word, and in the process became one of the most iconic and memorable moments of the entire series.
“It would be the ultimate diet, really. Eat anything you want, and then Scotty beams it out of your stomach,” Gould said. “But like with great technology, there are terrible things that can go wrong.”
Also available in Women’s Slim Fit, Hooded Sweatshirt, Organic & Women’s Organic.
Andy: Thanks for the submission.
More than just music, it’s an experience.
Available in multiple colors, styles and sizes @ http://www.redbubble.com/people/hybridmindart/works/12072436-hendrix-nebula?c=294308-music
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Andy: It looks cool, but is it fair usage to use the original image in that way? I’m no lawyer (obviously), but it seems to me like this one could be DMCA’d pretty easily.
I have been a paper artist for awhile now, seeing interesting concepts, and cutting and pasting them until compositions and concepts became intriguing. I decided to bring some of these to T-Spring,
Thanks everyone, have a look.
Andy: If only there was some way that this could be made to look creepier?
In celebration of the holiday weekend, TshirtGrill.com are offering their customers free postage and packaging until 23.59pm (GMT) on the 8th of July
To claim your free P+P simply enter the code JULYFREE in the ‘Discount/Gift Code’ section during checkout.
TshirtGrill is home to thousands of designs, with everything from slogan tees, to classic bands and cult TV & Film, so get your geek on and peruse some of the tastiest tees on the World Wide Web.
Andy: I didn’t really want to post about Tshirt Grill twice in one day but as I’m about to smash through a load of Independence Day sales I thought there was no harm in it.
Use coupon code 04JUL2014 to get 15% off anything and everything at RedBubble for Independence Day. Sale runs from now until Sunday. Anyone else think it’s funny they have an image on their site saying find your favourite new tee and the guy is wearing a tank top? Almost as silly as calling a t-shirt site Hide Your Arms…
As the Commonwealth Games start in Glasgow, here are two tees giving tribute to the Real Glasgow Games.
Andy: This has the potential to be quite funny, but unfortunately I have no idea what it says on the ‘Kerby’ shirt, and I’ve been on the site and I have no better clue. If I can’t see the artwork I’m not going to buy it, am I? It would be nice to see a couple more designs in the shop too, two shirts doesn’t give enough choice and is likely to reduce sales conversions when people visit the site.