This isn’t a submitted post but Lucas over at The Circus has done a good job with his blurb so why should I spend time re-writing it?
We are a new circus-themed brand based out of Pasadena, California. The designs put a fun circus twist on things such current events, pop culture and much more. A circus is colorful, diverse, inspiring, & lively. At a circus, onlookers want adventure, fun, & entertainment. So, our mission is to deliver important messages to the public using the welcoming, fun-loving, and appeal of a circus. As an upcoming apparel company, our goal is to differentiate ourselves from other online apparel shops. So sit tight, we are going to bring you a great show. Don’t forget, we only make a select amount of merchandise — once it sells out we will never make the same product. Check the site often or you may miss out. Use code “HYA” and receive 15% off your entire purchase.
I like their designs and the concept is solid, priced well too with tees between $20 and $13. We should have a hands-on review coming up with these guys soon so be on the look out for that.
I’m a little bit late in posting this one, so disregard the three days mentioned in the image, I think that you have until Sunday night to get 20% off at Split Reason with the coupon code MAYDAY.
If you’re on the hunt for a pop culture tee and don’t want to spend a lot you could do a lot worse than checking out the specials page at Tshirt Bordello. I’ve got no idea how long the sale will be running, so if you like the look of something better buy it before it sells out or the sale ends.
It’s pretty rare to see tees from an Australian site as low as AUD$20, and it’s pretty rare to see tees this nice either, so head over to Cloth & Resin to take advantage of their sale now.
We’ve revised our facebook page, more new & vintage t-shirt photos; plus a $5 OFF coupon! Check it out at www.facebook.com/stopthatshirt Thanks!
Andy: Updating your Facebok page isn’t really a good enough reason to submit a post to HYA, but a coupon code? That’s an entirely different matter.
20%OFF the latest in Tess @ Echelon Design‘s Online Store with promo code 2GR79C
Andy: I’m sure that i will come as no surprise to regular readers that I would like to see real photos of the designs and not just the mockups, but otherwise there’s nothing really wrong here.
LIMBO REMEDY presents “MAY IT BE” spring SALE!
Use coupon code “MAYITBE” for 35% OFF at the LIMBO REMEDY online store @ http://limboremedy.com
The code will be valid through May 2013.
Andy: Thanks for the submission!
TFA is celebrating the Countdown to the Summer Release with a 1 Month long Sale – 25% on everything, Shirts for only 14,90€.
Make them and yourself happy and grab yourself some Stuff over at
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Use the coupon code #DBHplus21 (yes, including the hash symbol) to get 21% off at DBH until May 7th, pretty nice discount.
They say that this sale will last “a few days” so you’d better take advantage sooner rather than later.
FOUREYE Designs have a bit of a treat for us, not only are they giving HYA readers 10% off their order, they’re also going to include a logo t-shirt in your order absolutely free, pretty neat, huh?
This is a special promo when you consider that they don’t even sell logo shirts, so you’ll be getting something money can’t buy. Their shirts are printed on American Apparel blanks and they hand print and sew every item in-house with environmentally friendly inks, it’s nice to see that they cover as much of the production as they can.
That all important coupon code is FOURHYALOVE and it will be good for the first 50 uses.
I’m feeling generous and I’d really like to get more HYA tees out of the store room and onto the bodies of you guys, so there’s a big sale on in the HYA store this weekend (until midnight Sunday, GMT) in which all the HYA tees are going to be £10, which is up to £6 off, so not a bad discount at all.
All the HYA tees are printed onto high-quality American Apparel blanks except for the gold foil tee, which is on a Continental Clothing blank, which is a similar cut to the AA shirt), with butter-soft discharge printing on the tri-blend, black, and red shirts, and traditional (though still impressively soft) plastisol ink being used on the blue shirt. All orders ship with a HYA pin badge and die-cut sticker. Postage is available around the world and I have kept the shipping prices as low as I can, I actually charge less than the Royal Mail will charge me to post, I’m just too nice to you guys!
Visit the HYA shop now!
From now until midnight you can get 30% off everything at More T Vicar with the coupon code SPRING30. Why are you still here? Go!
THISSHIRTISBANANAS for 25% off for all you copy/paste folks. This will be valid until the end of this week only. Enjoy!
We haven’t heard a lot from Josh over at Go Ape recently, so it’s good to see from his latest newsletter that the brand is still alive and kicking. Tees are currently priced at $23.99, so the code will get you about $6 off, probably exactly $6 as I doubt they’re splitting pennies over there.
We’re having a sale right now at Monogram Apparel on our online shop including the items from the Third Anniversary collection. Come view the current selection and help us clear the shelves for new summer gear! Use the code HYA13 at check out for an additional 15% off your entire purchase!
(For the entire look book of the Third Anniversary collection visit our site!)
Andy: Thanks for the submission!
Officially brought to life in December last year, Captain Feline takes a step forward with the launch of a new website showcasing professional product photography by Focused in Photography.
To help celebrate the launch of the new website, Captain Feline is offering all HYA readers 10% off their first order. From now until April 30th 2013, just enter the code HYA10 at checkout to receive your discount.
Andy: Thanks for the submission and the coupon code!
I think that the reasoning behind this sale over at Split Reason is simply ‘just because’, I’m pretty sure it’s not normal to have a sale just because it’s Spring (which is has been for a while now, even if it hasn’t felt like it), but I’m not going to look a gift horse in the mouth.
Use the coupon code GAMER to get 15% off at Split Reason until April 30th, and be sure to check out their clearance section which has tees starting at a ridiculously low $5.
Wake.Live is an independent brand that is focused on solid, ethically made goods. The fine folks behind the brand were kind enough to send me one of their Not Alone tees to review, which is pretty exciting as this is my first review. From a quick look at their site, its obvious they have a real passion for what they do, which is something I always appreciate.
I was impressed with their work before I even opened the package. It is always nice to see brands go the extra mile with custom packaging, even if its as simple as printing their logo on the mailer. Included with the shirt were a handful of stickers and buttons. Extras like that are a nice touch as well, even if I generally never make use of them.
As for the shirt itself, I definitely enjoyed it. The design is executed well, although the concept doesn’t really make a lot of sense to me. It feels like its a lot of popular design elements that are combined into one composition. Especially the crown as it almost feels like an afterthought when the designer felt the top was too empty. Nothing inherently wrong with doing that, I just like when designs are a little more cohesive. The print and shirt itself are top notch though. The print is done with soft, water based inks which I vastly prefer to heavy, plastisol prints. They have a custom label printed in the shirt, which I always enjoy even if this particular one is a bit hard to read, so its hard to tell what brand they used, but the description on their site says its a 50/50 poly-cotton tee, which are very comfortable. The shirt also features a custom hem tag at the bottom which features the brand name. Another nice, subtle touch.
Overall I’d say I am definitely impressed with what I’ve seen from Wake.Live. They seem to really care about their product, which shows through their attention to detail in everything from their packaging to their website. I feel safe to say that if you purchased a shirt or two from them, you would be very satisfied.
You can pick up this shirt on their site for $24. They were kind enough to include a 10% off code with the package, so make sure to use the code “Birth” when placing an order.