Geeks and children of the 80′s with children of their own, we made some onesies and toddler tees for your nerdy family. We just launched our brand last month with our first line of everyday baby cosplay pieces. Each garment is printed vibrantly on all sides and is baby-soft. Come check us out at nerdywithchildren.com. Bigger kid sizes coming next month.
Andy: Very cute, I’m sure these will do well.
After teaming up with a new artist, Meaghan Fox, we’re ready to reveal the first new design: Star Trek and Monty Python mash-up. The USS Silly Walks.
Andy: I know it’s a pointless endeavour to try and work out why a mashup is a mashup, but wouldn’t the “USS something” be a space ship, and Willy Walks were a Ministry, so the two things don’t really go together? Or perhaps there’s something more to this that I’m missing.
Here Below is an apparel brand that proclaims truth, with all triblend shirts, thoughtful design and unique typography.
Andy: Very nice indeed, thanks for the submission!
$14 this week at snorgtees.
WEAR YOUR THOUGHTS ON YOUR CHEST
*Our PN PUTIN T SHIRT is interesting in the light of a recent BBC newscast earlier this week: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-28745554
Our focus is direct ONLINE SALES via our website, marketing our brand into UK/US (East and West Coast)/JAPAN and CHINA. We are intending to wholesale through some selected retailers in the UK and Internationally.
PUBLIC NUISANCE creates iconic, classic and timeless designs and operate on the LESS IS MORE principle. We are launching with 6 designs on a unisex T shirt, using black and white high quality t shirts and our target market is Males/Females aged 18-34.
PUBLIC NUISANCE is a hybrid between A Streetwear T shirt and Art. All T shirts designs come in a limited print run too.
PUBLIC NUISANCE draws on street culture, music, politics, classic iconic 20th/21st century imagery and art as its main influencers for our messages and designs.
“YOU CAN CHANGE ANYTHING THAT YOU WANT TO” – JOE STRUMMER (THE CLASH)
Andy: Ahhhh, nothing bad ever happened making fun of Putin. Oh, and I know it says August in one of the photos but if you go to their site it does say September.
Ladies, weekly-tee add some new tank top for this summer!
Be ready on the 5th to the 12th August!
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Andy: Something tells me that this one might be a bit lost in translation.
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!
Not a bad couple of tees, but I don’t think I’ll be laying any cash down for them.
Cool gear for the ladies!
Andy: Thanks for the submission!
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.
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.
You could be the wealthiest person in the world. You could have all the possessions that one could possess. But all of that means nothing without love.
“Where there is love there is life.” – Mahatma Gandhi
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The “Punk’s Not Dead” shirt is an illustrative play on words by designer Dan Redding. Elvis is dead, and disco’s dead, but punk’s not dead!
Andy: Thanks for the submission.
I like vinyl toys and have a few sitting on top of my PC tower, but I’m not that into the whole culture of it. Pobber on the other hand, they just can’t get enough, so they have celebrated this with a shirt riffing on the iconic ‘make peace not war’ slogan. Pretty cool!
Costiness=$24 Buy it at Pobber
Two new designs which are well executed and solid concepts at Glennz, both funny, but is this something that I would want to wear? Probably not, I just don’t think they’re that wearable.
New T-shirt by CottonGems.com this week “RECKLESS” crop top design is yours to buy for $12.99 plus free shipping.
Andy: For the sake of humanity I won’t be wearing this, but thanks for the submission!
I am usually not a fan of political shirts, all too often they’re substance over style which is fine (yuck, people and their beliefs!), but Hide Your Arms is more about wearing things because they look good, and if they have a message, again, that’s fine. All Riot dropped me an e-mail to mention their political shirts, something which filled me with dread when I clicked on the link to their site.
Thankfully, they have that most unusual of concept, style AND substance, perfect for people that want to look good whilst making a statement, and also for people that want to look good whilst pretending to care about something.
Designs run the gamut from specific causes such as Palestine, US drone strikes, and surveillance culture to things which aren’t quite as polarising like Soviet propaganda.
Interestingly, they’re a London-based company but their prices defaulted to dollars when I visited the site, I guess this kind of makes sense since a lot of their designs are global issues so you don’t want to make things too obviously British (though they do have quite a few UK related designs).
Tees are around £18 which is reasonable for their sweatshop-free goods, and there’s even free shipping internationally which is impressive. I’ll definitely be keep tabs on these guys.
I haven’t mentioned the last few releases from Glennz, not because there was anything wrong with them, far from it, I simply forgot.
I like this new design riffing on the Ghostbuster logo, it’s his signature kind of joke and whilst i sometimes have concerns that his designs don’t work that well in terms of wearability this isn’t one of those cases.
Costiness=$21.95 Buy it at Glennz