QTee – Hands on Review + Coupon Code!

by Leah on April 7, 2015

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It feels really good to be reviewing on HYA again and what a better way to start than with California based QTee! They are not like any other brand I have reviewed – first of all, QTee let ME pick out what tees I wanted to review and once I was on their site, I understood why… everything is customizable and they wanted me to have the full experience! You can pick from over 100 graphics – once you have chosen, you not only can pick what type of apparel you want it printed on, but you can also select colors for several elements of the graphic. Once I got a hang of the interface, I was playing around with several designs and having a lot of fun with it to be honest. (There is even a video on how to customize!)

A lot of QTee’s designs are text driven, but they also have a nice amount of layered and photo based designs, as well as ones with patterns, pocket designs, and simple graphics. So with that said, I decided to pick a patterned one and a text based one just to get an idea how both would turn out. How did I like them? Very much!

Ordering, shipping, + packaging: QTee promptly sent me a ‘thank you for your order’ email, and shortly after that they sent out tracking info, so no worries there. From start to finish, it did take about a week for each tee to get to me. They arrived in a standard t-shirt mailer – the white, tough plastic one – which QTee fancied up with a large, di-cut logo sticker (and FYI – it could be peeled off if you wanted to keep it!) With the t-shirts came a nice postcard with a discount code, as well as a vibrant logo sticker. Each t-shirt was wrapped in tissue paper and then inserted into a clear, plastic sleeve; so all in all the packaging was very professional, yet standard.

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Unwrapping: As I pulled each t-shirt out from their packaging, my first reaction is to always feel them from top to bottom of course, and each tee was VERY soft to the touch and had a clean, freshly printed smell. Next I ran my hand over the print/ink and it was soft as well, not very thick or stiff and definitely printed evenly. I assumed they were DTG (direct to garment) printed, but I did not want to give you readers the wrong info, so I contacted QTee from their Website asking this, not expecting a reply for a day or so, but I got a reply almost instantly (which, come on, that is some great customer service) and my assumption was right, they print DTG. Once unwrapped, I saw each t-shirt had a “YOU’RE CUTE” logo tag attached, which made me smile – I adore details like that.

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Now for the shirts themselves: The heather-gray, floral t-shirt is titled Freshly Cut Flowers and I chose a Hi-Lo Muscle Tank for this one since I have not owned something like that before! QTee describes it well, “This is our version of the perfect muscle tank made more flattering for the feminine figure. High side slits and oversize underarm openings.” The text based tee Life is Better in the Water, is printed on an Oversized Boyfriend Tee, “Our Oversized Boyfriend Tee has a loose fit, more coverage on the shoulders and overall relaxed, boyfriend style fit. Warning: Your boyfriend may get jealous. This style fits 1 to 2 sizes bigger.” Now silly me wants to complain that my tees fit a little too large to my liking, BUT silly me also did not read the descriptions or the size charts that were readily available – so that is totally my fault! I thought size Small would do the trick, but if I would have explored the description I would have chosen the XS option for both, so keep that in mind when you order. Each tee is thin, as you can see in the images, the white tee especially is a bit see-through, but I tend to like that especially when you wear a bikini or possibly a bandeaux underneath. (They are perfect for the beach too, hence why my photographer, Tabitha Payne, and I had a seaside photoshoot!) They also had that worn-in feeling which to me is the best – being a 52% cotton / 48% modal which gives them that comfortable feeling, but also don’t overlook the American Apparel tri-blends available as well (a personal favorite).

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Recap: Overall, I am happy with my QTee purchases – print quality, t-shirt quality, customer service, and website interface are all top notch! They are not too pricey, especially since you get to customize your design – tees ranging from about $19.95 to $24.95. I know this brand is marketed to females, but any guys reading this should consider this a good place to buy the lady in your life a cool, customized t-shirt – you can say, “Hey, I designed it myself too!” Also, I know they are called QTEE, but tees are not the only thing they offer; there are sweatshirts, work-out apparel, bags, hats, Converse shoes, even underwear and collaborations as well. One more thing, QTee was nice enough to provide a coupon code for all you HYA readers! Just enter the code: HideYourArms15 at checkout and it will take 15% off your entire order – so needless to say, QTee is definitely worth checking out!

Thanks for reading,
Leah

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Heart and Soul is fairly new our designs are clean, unique and simple we are working on the women’s shirts (Heart) some old designs had to be revamped. We have a kids line featuring our character Munchie.

The artist/designer Dre was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. We’re just trying to put something cool, sleek and different out there in the world one shirt at a time.

Andy: Not to my particular taste, but there’s certainly nothing wrong with these designs. I get that they’re going for a clean look when it comes to the website, but it would be nice to feel a bit more heart and soul in the site design too.

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Ambitious Collective Spring 2015

by Andy on April 4, 2015



Ambitious Collective has just released their Spring 2015 capsule which consists of five new designs, all of which are now available in our online shop. Use code “Spring15” and get 20% off your purchase.

And: The designs look good but as ever it would be better to see the real thing rather than a mockup.

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Velmost – West Coast

by Andy on April 4, 2015



Velmost Spring Summer collection 2015, inspired by 3 rival gangs:

The San Francisco Mad Seagulls, The Ocean Beach killer Whales and the The Surfer Bones from Los Ángeles.

Andy: Oooooh, I really like these; wearable, interesting designs, and well shot images. They aren’t cheap though (unless they aren’t using USD but I can’t tell from anywhere), that price point ($65) will put off a lot of people, as will having a Spanish website, then again, a lot of people do speak Spanish so they aren’t limiting themselves massively if they just want to target Spanish speakers (I couldn’t see an English option, feel free to correct me if I missed it somehow). Still looks good though!

UPDATE: I have been told the price is in Colombian pesos, so the shirt price is actually more like US$30, which is much more reasonable. Local shipping only is available through the website, but if you drop them an e-mail you can arrange for an international purchase.

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Are you looking for awesome, handmade art and t-shirt designs that are unique, inexpensive, and high quality? Look no further!

My name is Tracy, and I’ve recently started my own online company, Atomik Cupcake Designs, which specializes in fine art prints and (mostly punny) t-shirt designs, all created by me! It’s something I’ve always thought about doing, something my family has always said I should try, and is now something I’m finally pursuing!

A little bit more about me: I’m a professional tattoo artist in the Denver area. I’m pursuing a degree in graphics design. I also like to write freelance articles, do custom commission art, and create things that evoke a response from my audience. Basically, I love art, and I love when other people love the things I create.

I’ve been operating this little shindig since 2012, when I first began using the name Atomik Cupcake Designs to brand my art website. I’ll be honest here…originally the name came from a pretend band that my friends and I came up with when we were fourteen or fifteen years old. Years later, however, the little logo I designed in MS Paint floated back into my mind, and when I needed a catchy title for the website that would showcase my art and tattoos to increase my clientele, the name just stuck!

Soon after, I began to use this name for everything. My art website expanded to also include my tattoo portfolio as an additional way for my clients to contact me. This is also where I began taking the first steps into freelance graphic design by offering commissions, soon after which I decided I would finally pursue a degree in graphics design (something else I’ve always wanted to do, but lacked the time and energy for). Atomik Cupcake Designs would also become the name I’d use for my profile on eLance, where I not only do graphic design commissions, but I also do freelance writing. I’ve written dozens of articles for a few companies, most centered on tattooing, and I was even commissioned to write my first eBook!

Now, Atomik Cupcake Designs is taking to Etsy so that my dreams of really getting my ideas out there to the world can become a reality. Right now, I’m focusing on fine art prints that originate from my paintings, charcoal, and graphite drawings, with a larger focus on–you guessed it–t- shirt designs! My inventory may be small currently, but I’m working daily on providing new designs in a variety of styles to fit everybody’s tastes.

Because I’ve only been selling my merchandise since February 2015, I’m currently offering a deal to bring in more viewers, and hopefully happy customers! Until May 30, 2015, you can get 10% off your order of $40 or more through the Atomik Cupcake Designs Etsy store! You can also follow me on Facebook (Atomik Cupcake Designs) or Instagram (@AtomikCupcakeDesigns) to get updates on our new products, WIPs, and other awesome content. I’m new, I need your help, and I’m determined to convince you that I’m worth believing in!

Andy: Well that’s certainly a comprehensive submission! I like the Pho-King design even if it might be a little punny. I like the style of the manatee designs but I do wonder if them almost being a pair means that they aren’t quite as strong when on their own, maybe I’m thinking about it too much.

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Bad Ass Hip Hop brands to be inspired by

by Andy on April 3, 2015



I’d like to share with you our latest blog post about what inspires the uchi brand, oh, and to give you a 20% discount code – shigatsu20.

http://uchi.co.uk/blog/bad-ass-hip-hop-brands-to-be-inspired-by/

peace
Michael

Andy: Very cool article, it’s always interesting getting this kind of background insight, and I like that Uchi put this kind of thing out.

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stOAKed is a small apparel company established to uplift Oakland and combat negative perceptions. All of our clothing is locally produced in California. Check us out!

20% OFF: Enter “HideYourArms” at checkout.

Andy: Being British and knowing not a lot about Oakland (I’ve been to San Fransisco but did have time to go over there) I don’t really have an opinion on Oakland, but I guess that there must be a lot of negativity for the area. The designs are in a style that can have a wider appeal which is good, because local brands do often limit themselves.

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Bergies Sock Review!

by Ben_P on April 1, 2015

‘At Bergies™ we are determined to bring you the most awesome options from across the globe in socks, slippers and other really cool stuff. From socks with cats (we LOVE cats), to items for those with sensitive feet, to the Worlds Softest slippers – we’ve got something for everyone!’

So I’ve recently had the pleasure of reviewing a whole treasure trove of socks that were delivered by Bergies who class themselves as some what of a Sockurator. A self proclaimed, might I add amazing, title that is hard to deny. They quite literally may be the holy grail of socks. They stock a whopping 21 different branded socks. If I’m quite honest I didn’t even think there would be that many brands out there! They also have a few products of their own creation geared mainly towards keeping little ones feet nice and snug. IMG_1657

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Now I’m somewhat of a fussy sock buyer, so not all of the socks that I received were quite to my liking. You’ll more likely find me bare foot than wearing socks, however that’s not to say that any of these socks are bad, but not quite to my fussy foot requirements as you will read. The one great thing about socks I find though is the fact you can pretty much get away with wearing what ever the hell you like, and it leaves a great deal of creativity for sock manufacturers. Most people don’t really care what they put on their feet so you can be as outlandish as you like, which is awesome. Bergies really have a wide curated selection of socks to satisfy any persons sock desires.

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Burger Socks

I love the design of this one, it’s simplistic and comical at the same time. It definitely however is a design that’s well suited for socks, if it was anything else but socks I really don’t think I’d wear it. I most certainly wouldn’t go around wearing a burger t-shirt that’s for sure! The socks themselves are comfortable enough, not the most comfortable out of all of them. They feel slightly restricting on my feet. I’m a size 10 UK which is roughly 10.5 in US so I fit nicely in the middle of the one size range for these socks, I however would chalk this down to personal preference as I’m not a huge fan of a tighter fit for socks, which these definitely fall into the category of ever so slightly. Perhaps having various sizes of socks would improve this as trying to create a one size fits all sock for sizes 7-13 is probably a difficult feat! All of this said once I get over the initial tightness of the sock I can comfortably wear these for a day with no problems.

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Gangsta Socks

I was surprised to find that these were my favourite socks. I don’t know whether it’s the hipster-esque irony of wearing something that says gangsta on my feet hilarious or just the fact that these socks are probably the most comfortable out of all of the socks I received. The design is simple, it literally just says gangsta down the side of the sock. I can’t really say it’s the most amazing design out there but it makes me chuckle and I have a good laugh wearing them. Surprisingly as well, they’re fantastic for running, it must be to do with the cushioned soles to the them but I’ve worn them a few times while running now and they’re probably my go to sock for that activity now. Again it’s a 1 size fits all sock design and this time round it fits me perfectly and doesn’t feel a restrictive as the Burger Socks. I’d definitely be happy with purchasing these ones myself.

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Disrupted Stripe

The design of this sock would surely be welcome in any persons wardrobe, probably the most ‘normal’ sock out of the bunch that would be unlikely to get you any odd stares, unlike perhaps burgers on your feet! If you’re looking for a nice well designed sock this one is probably for you. I was expecting it to be quite uncomfortable to be honest, it looked like it was very small for my feet. I was pleasantly surprised that it just about fit quite well, it’s slightly snug but when I was walking around and doing my general day to day things it didn’t feel uncomfortable. However when I think about the sock on my foot it is just a tad too tight. I have to pull out the end of the sock ever so slightly making the heel not match up quite perfectly, however I can’t really fault them for this. As you can imagine I’m a bit of a fussy sock wearer so take my criticisms with a pinch of salt, I could wear this sock for the day and get on perfectly well with it but I think I could do with it for my own personal preference to be slightly larger.

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Mohawk (Mr T!)

I’ll start off by saying. I love this design, it’s awesome. I mean what isn’t to like? For a design it is my favourite because it’s just hilarious however, as a sock it’s not so good. The sock doesn’t really have any shape to it, they came flat, most socks will change direction at the heel. These lie perfectly flat ton the ground, the actual formation of the sock is very uncomfortable and just seems like two pieces of fabric that have been sewn round the edges so your toes uncomfortably hit seam right at the end of the sock opposed to being on top of your toes. The design as well suffers from the construction of the sock, because it is a one size fits all the image distorts and has bad ‘grinning’ when actually worn, which makes the actual design on the sock a tad to make out. I really wish I could have given these socks a better review but to me they’re more of a jokey gimmick sock to give someone than an actual functioning one. I think you could maybe get away with wearing this sock as more of an in-house slipper alternative but for day-to-day wear I found it rather annoying unfortunately.

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Great Waves

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When trying out these socks it took me a little while to get used to them, annoyingly you can’t really just pull the socks on you have to work them slowly up the foot which was quite infuriating. I found that one of the socks in particular had a point where you pulled the sock up to and it got caught on your heel, there were a couple of threads going across the heel line (presumably to keep the heel shape) that just felt like it would tear a hole in the sock. Perhaps this is a slight manufacturing fault on this particular sock because the other one wasn’t as irritating to pull on – although it still was a bit problematic. Once I had the sock on it was very comfortable and felt lovely on my foot, they weren’t overly tight which was a bonus for me. The design is nice, I can’t really give them much credit for it because it obviously isn’t an original design – however if you fancy a bit of wearable art for your feet it is very cool. I was a bit confused on their website initially as they had two of the same design. I spoke to the guys over at Bergies and the manufacturer actually charges a slightly higher price for the bigger sock due to the extra fabric used. It’s also got a slight different composition, but it’s very marginal so I’m not sure whether that would contribute to the price change. Luckily it isn’t too steep it’s about $3 difference but it may be a bit off putting for some. Personally I think it is a bit daft to have different sizes of socks being priced differently for the exact same design, but I’m not holding that against Bergies but more at the manufacturer.

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Shark Attack

These are probably tied for my favourite alongside the gangsta socks. They’re a fantastic all round sock, comfortable, ease to put on, awesome design that I really like and I really don’t have any problems with them at all. I’ve worn them the most out of all of the socks and they’re just a perfect fit for me! I’m honestly at words as to what to say really regarding them because I can’t think of anything negative to say.

Overall I really like what Bergies are doing, I must admit though I’m a bit of a cheap skate when it comes to socks and usually just buy what ever is on offer, but these are a really nice collection to my socks now and it is fun to wear socks with awesome designs on! If you’re in the market for some new socks definitely check them out. 

Links:

http://www.shopbergies.com/

 

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New: Illuminated Shirts

by Andy on March 31, 2015



REHAGE presents the first illuminated shirts that you can design yourself: Use the included UV lamplight to draw or inscribe your shirt, it will glow for 7-10 minutes in the dark and then you can design again. Great fun and really unique. Also available with your own logo.

Andy: I can’t really work out how you would buy this off their website (it’s all in German and certainly doesn’t look like a clothing brand) but the product is still pretty cool.

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T-Shirt: Whatever You Want It To Be

by Andy on March 31, 2015



T-Shirts are probably one of my favorite things in the world, which is why it’s no coincidence that I find myself on the corner of 13th and Mars. 13th and Mars is a quirky, new t-shirt start-up that brings the versatility of a t-shirt to a new mesosphere. I’ve always wholeheartedly believed that the t-shirt is the best form of self-expression out there; it’s whatever you want it to be. Whether it’s pridefully adorned with your company logo, a new art design, or an emotionally representative slogan, it gives others a personal peek inside its wearer.

With that said, we wanted to create a platform that would give folks the opportunity capitalize on their individuality with ease and, even better, at no cost. Our site allows you to quickly build your own t-shirt projects for all of your social networks to see and buy. I won’t bore you by going through the steps, you can view the tutorial here http://www.13thandmars.com/project-tutorial, but it’s pretty damn cool even if you are just coming to see what our Martian Lady logo has to say today:)

Andy: To be honest these tees don’t really inspire me, which is hardly surprising since one of them it literally filler text, but I suppose with these guys it’s not really about the designs that they have at the moment because they’re trying to become another option out there in the customised tee world. That’s a very crowded market at the moment, so I wish them luck trying to carve out a niche against the established players.

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Hello World! We are an oven-fresh t-shirt brand and we have just launched the Kickstarter campaign which aims to create organic and ethically sourced garments inspired by nature. Our designs are meant to exist not only as a piece of clothing, but rather a wearable piece of art that tells a story. For example the hybrid designs talk about the bigger picture, since each of the hybrids is a combo of animals from one particular eco-system (Amazonian Rainforest, USA South-western desert) and the meaning behind this is that eco system is like a one huge breathing organism and each little element is vital, so id anything is missing – entire system is affected. We are aiming to communicate this through the garments that we make.

All of our garments are organic, ethically sourced and people who produce those get a fair pay. We feel responsible about keeping Earth as beautiful and inspiring as it is now. Support us and become a part of something bigger. It’s not just a shirt!

Andy: Very cool designs. They’ve got a long way to go with the Kickstarter campaign, things seem to get harder and harder for tee startups on Kickstarter, but hopefully they can get there.

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Worn On TV

by Ben_P on March 27, 2015

Ever wondered where your favourite character from that show you were just watching got their clothes from? Wonder no more! You’re bound to find what it is you’re looking for with Worn On TV. It’s got an extensive list of TV shows to choose from as well. I know personally there have been times I’ve been curious, perhaps this is an excuse for me to now go back through binge watching all of my favourite shows…

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MORF – 1 shirt, up to 24 different looks

by Andy on March 26, 2015


MORF – 1 shirt, up to 24 different looks – a registered US patent, and yes, there’s only one shirt in the photo above.
Our 0:48 sec surprising video introduction:

We are a guerilla project, Without any marketing budget – 100% of the funding goal was reached in 6 days (out of 60) and doubled itself 2 days later.
MORF also available for men.

Andy: I have been doing this for long enough that I know not to try and give advice on women’s clothing (even if a men’s version is available), but I do have to admire their innovation!

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Play Dead on Cotton Bureau

by Andy on March 26, 2015



I have a new design up for sale on a fairly new tee website. They’re called Cotton Bureau and what’s different about them is that they’re a bit more selective about the designs they choose. That way, they can make sure all of their designs follow the same direction, rather than just a bunch of random pop culture designs. Their tees are clean, minimal and screen-printed, so the quality and style are both excellent.

With any of their selected designs, they have to get at least twelve sales in two weeks to guarantee that it’ll print. So once a tee is on the site, it’s all guns blazing to promote it as best the artist can. So this is my attempt to drum up support for my design. It still has just over ten five days to go, but it really needs as much support as possible in order for it to be produced!

So take a quick look and if you like what you see, feel free to throw one in your wardrobe.

Thanks!

Andy: I was a “little” late posting this one, but there’s still 5 days to go, and 7 orders needed to put the design into production.

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Can’t bear this shi(r)t by Forsaken Star

by Andy on March 26, 2015



Behind Forsaken Star, it’s Sow, a visual and music addict that loves sharing comics, artworks, sending stickers, listening to loud rock and having fun.

Forsaken Star was born in the beautiful center of France, years ago. It started through a little ambitious character dreaming of big things in my sketchbooks.
My first T-shirt was made after a dream concert in 2012. The render was so amazing and different from my artworks on screen that I immediately wanted to make tons of t-shirts !
So I started by adding tees on TeePublic & spreadshirt.
Then opened the store by the end of 2014. Forsaken has already been on exhibitions, pop-up stores and creators markets.
In march 2015, Forsaken Star is back with a new collection in preorder, including prints and a crazy bear tee : http://forsakenstar.com/produit/cant-bear-this-shirt-preorder/

I also love sharing wallpapers, comics and many things so you can follow Forsaken on facebook, twitter and on our website!

Andy: Not really my style, I can’t really think of a situation in which I’d wear the bear shirt, maybe if I were younger I’d find them more appealing. As ever, real product pics would make these tees a lot more attractive to shoppers than the mockups.

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New Delivery From Milk

by Ben_P on March 23, 2015

Fresh in from the Milk Man. Milk UK have their new line out now!

Coming from our success of our summer14 line we have managed to step up the garments even further in this release, from cut and sew pieces, to experimenting with textures and embellishments. Here is a brief breakdown of the collection:

Script Hood- Since releasing it 2014 and having it sell out in 3 weeks we had to bring this garment back in 2 colourways! (Heather Grey/Black x Mint Choc Chip) The also pullover hoodie features our custom milk bottle drawstring ends which caught a lot of attention last year.

College Dropout Varsity- Our first varsity in Navy/Burgundy. Features an embroidered ‘milk script’ patch along with a textured ‘Drop’ chenille patch, typically seen on varsity jackets.

Lost Boy Crew- A cut and sewn 3 colour crewneck featuring a torso print and contrasting cuffs

Downtown button up: A cut and sewn flannel ‘skater fit’ shirt featuring a contrasting black pocket with a large pocket print.

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Ben : I’m big fan of Milk and have been for a little while now. I’ve actually purchased some of their stuff before and I can say it’s well worth it. The presentation of the delivery and finished product is just awesome. It’s hard to believe that they’re a relatively new brand in the grand scheme of things because their presentation is just spot on. The garments come packaged in old milk cartons which is a cool little touch, and everything features a nice little tag and really ties all of their products together with that professionalism you don’t necessarily see so early on. I’ve actually got one of their early on pocket tees, which while the quality of the shirt wasn’t the best out there, the whole feel of it was still very awesome – However having a chat to Matty over at Milk he assures me their quality has been ramped up a lot!

Anyway on to the actual new release. I’m a personal big fan of the simple Milk hoodie, the font is just awesome and mainly overall I love it for the draw strings (I know such a stupid reason to love a hoodie but who cares). I also particularly like the button up shirt with contrasting pocket, it’s simple and cool and I can see it appealing to a wide range of people. I’m not a huge fan personally of the Missing Crew Neck or the Varsity Jacket personally but that’s just not fitting with my tastes. I love the idea behind the Missing one however and it does make me chuckle but I just wouldn’t wear it (I don’t think I’ve ever worn an actual sweat shirt so I think that’s what puts me off a tad). The Varsity jacket is cool but again I’m letting my personal tastes affect my opinion here I just don’t see myself wearing it, it looks pretty awesome though with the custom patches on the left breast, the Milk drop emblem looks a tad rough around the edges close up on the images but that’s a manufacturing fault and not a reflection really upon their design and it’s only very minor areas where there seems to be a loss of colour.

Overall it’s a very strong lineup and there is sure to be something that will fit most peoples tastes out there, and definitely check out the rest of their products as they have some very well priced clothes! What do you guys think to their new line? Let us know!

 

 

 

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Some handle stress worse than others.. but Anger Management programs prove to be very helpful. Sewing is what our friend Hulk turned to to find the peace he badly needed to release all the tension he accumulated. And living up to his skin color, our big guy’s first creation is all about recycling as he attempts to salvage the unusable trousers he destroyed through all his wardrobe malfunction.

So folks, there is a lesson to learn from all of this. Life is by definition stressful. Find what makes you happy and do it as much as you can. Chill. And let’s not forget to [be green] and recycle as much as we can around you.

100% soft cotton – Unisex – Regular Fit – Silkscreen printed
(Model is wearing Medium size)

Andy: Pretty fun concept, thanks for the submission.

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United State of Indiana Warmer Days Sale

by Andy on March 19, 2015



The proud Hoosiers at United State of Indiana are holding their annual Warmer Days Sale. All hoodies and crewneck sweatshirts are on sale, as well as long sleeve tees and baseball tees. Celebrate your love of the Midwest and Hoosier State with the original USI Flag design, also on sale for $20. The sale lasts until 3/31 and Hide Your Arms readers can use the code “HYAFAN” for free shipping on any orders.

Andy: Looks good, thanks for the submission!

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Working with long-time Astronaut and Founder of the Boxes of Death art show, DuffyLeg, Spacecraft is proud to release a capsule of exclusive art-based product that coincides with the traveling show. After venturing through Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los Angeles and most recently, Tokyo, the Boxes of Death 5 tour has come to a close, but lives on through this limited capsule.

Boxes of Death represents an unorthodox artist exhibition that abandons the traditional gallery format and features world-renowned artists. Now in its 5th year, Boxes of Death features 50 artists working within all disciplines, all applying their art to the same canvas — a pinewood coffin — interpreting, working with, and around, preconceived notions of ideas and emotions that surround the coffin shape. Boxes of Death represents a crucial part of the emerging motorcycle, skate, and art culture.

The capsule collection will include one beanie (3 colors), two t-shirts and one art print by Spacecraft Astronaut and tattoo artist/illustrator, Kyler Martz. These items can be found for purchase both through Spacecraft key retailers and on our collection page at spacecraftcollective.com.

Insta: @spacecraftcollective | TW: @SCSnowcat | FB: @spacecraftcollective

Andy: Love that photo in front of the wall of spray cans.

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Jackalope T-Shirt by Wunderground Supply

by Andy on March 16, 2015


This Jackalope design features everyone’s favorite mythical creature against an eye-catching sacred geometry background. This design is the first of a series featuring different creatures in a portrayal you’ve never seen before, only from Wunderground Supply. Visit our website at wundersupply.com. Also make sure to follow us at facebook.com/wundergroundsupply and @wunderground_supply on Instagram!

Andy: That’s a pretty damn good shirt.

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