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I’m a little bit embarrassed to say that I chortled at this design from Amorphia Apparel, it’s silly and that’s the way I like it.

Costiness= From $17.99 Buy it at Amorphia Apparel


1984 doublethink t-shirt

Am I the only person that rolls their eyes when their ‘political’ friend references 1984 when talking about something happening today? We get it, you watched a movie and probably read half the book, now you’re Che Guevara.

Costiness= From $16.99 Buy it here


bermuda triangle t-shirt

I’ve been slacking on the releases from the Amorphia Apparel family recently, but I’ve signed up to their mailing list now so I will be able to keep on top of things better.

Their latest design comes from the ‘Teach the Controversy‘ range and concerns the mysterious Bermuda Triangle. I like the design but I wish it were on sale without the branding at the bottom of the image for people that just want the image rather than to have to explain what ‘Teach The Controversy’ means to everyone that takes a look at the shirt.

Costiness= From $16.99 (various styles & colours available) Buy it at TTC


Hirsute History, for people that like hair

by Andy on August 17, 2009


Shirts featuring the hair of famous people. Not like ‘Britney’ famous, more like important. Well, mostly. Oh, and some beards too.

And that’s what Hirsute History do. I like the way that the site (yet another offshoot from Amorphia Apparel) has a concept and sticks to it, there’s no deviation from one design to the next, and having historical figures rather than pop culture icons from today is a plus too, I’d rather have Nikola Tesla on my chest than Paris Hilton (so to speak). You can also get 10% off your order by using the coupon code HIRSUTE between now and August 22nd.

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You know how hipster guys all had beards, then they all had mustaches, and apparently all of them have poor eyesight because they need to have thick-rimmed glasses? I’m pretty surprised that monocles haven’t become the latest trend. By the way, if monocles become a trend now, one, I called it, and two, you can blame me for all the people wearing monocles looking like tools.

Sir Critter is a new brand from Jeremy Kalgreen (the Amorphia/Tech the Controversy guy) that’s all about classy animals… thus all my monocle based chatter. Here’s the blurb:

Sir Critter ~ Hey Nature, Why not class things up a bit?

Isn’t it about time nature got with the program and started showing a little refinement, maybe even a hint of elegance? For some reason animals just can’t seem to get their act together, so let us provide nature an example to live by with these fine t-shirts emblazoned with classy critters.

As you may have gathered from the picture above, the designs all run along a fairly similar theme, but they’re pretty funny so I’m going to allow such a lack of diversity.

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The IT Crowd S3E5 T-shirt Roundup

by Andy on January 6, 2009


The last two IT Crowd posts of this current series are a bit late because of the Christmas break, and because I didn’t actually expect C4 to broadcast new episodes during the festive season, presuming that they’d have “Top 100 Christmas Moments” or something like that running in the 9pm Friday slot. Unlike my poor show for tee coverage on the 4th episode of this series (which has now had the blanks filled in by readers – love you guys!), I’ve managed to find all of them this time around… huzzah!

The tee at the top of this post is called Filthy Panda and is available from Genki Gear for £15 (mens, womens), or you can get the size XL at for £10 with free delivery.


The second tee of the week was from someone you see fairly regularly on HYA, Amorphia Apparel. The t-shirt is obviously a reference to the Alien franchise, and can be yours for the low price of $12.49 if you visit this link.


The last tee that Roy wore in episode five was pretty easy to find to be honest, all I needed to do was Google “Laugh this off twinkletoes” and I found out that this tee was related to a comic produced by 2000AD. Finding somewhere that had the design on sale was rather more troublesome. It isn’t available at Amazon, Play, or a number of other smaller retailers, and it is only available in size small in the official 2000AD shop. I guess it’s entirely possible that they’ll reprint the twinkletoes tee after the exposure it has been given by the show, but I’m afraid that unless you’re a small guy, you’re out of luck.

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Like a lot of people, Jeremy, the guy behind all those brands mentioned above, has decided that one of the best way to kick off the new year is with a coupon code. All you have to do is use the coupon code NEW19 at the checkout and the discount will be applied, providing you had $20 worth of goods in your basket.

Amorphia Apparel
Teach the Controversy


A Long List of T-Shirt Sales & Deals… again

by Andy on December 12, 2008

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[This picture is just to prove that I do leave the house sometimes and don’t just blog about clothes] You’d have thought that Black Friday would have been the high point for sales, but I think my inbox has actually been seeing more hot sale action than ever before over the past week or so. If I wrote a post about every deal I think I’d still be writing about them after Christmas, so instead of that, what follows will be an orgy of savings.

  • Random Shirts: They’ve marked all their regular tees down to $8 until Christmas, I think the discount gets added to your cart once you start the checkout process.
  • The Cotton Factory: This deal ends tonight at midnight (unknown timezone), use the coupon code REVENGEOFHOLIDAZE and you’ll get 10% off your order
  • Urban Retro: Up until Wednesday December 18th you can get 20% off clothes at UR by using the coupon code FASHION20.
  • XLarge: Get 10% off at XLarge by using the coupon code iheartxl. Unknown end date, all their hats seem to be 20% off at the moment too.
  • Spicy Brown: If you’re in the mood for some Japanese-inspired designs and want 25% off them, use the coupon code holiday08 before December 19th and you’ll get just that. Also, free shipping on order over $75.
  • Bean Dip Clothing: The BD crew are offering free shipping, presumably until Christmas, as it is their holiday offer.
  • Social-T: A t-shirt subscription makes a pretty good gift (a random, limited edition tee sent to you every month), and if you sign up now you get a free trucker hat.
  • ThinkGeek: This one is more than just tees, but TG are pretty much a one-stop shop for buying gifts for the special nerd in your life. Up until December 14th, you can get free shipping (in the continental U.S.) when you spend more than $40, by using the coupon code SHIPFREE.
  • Amorphia / Wear Science! / Teach the Controversy: Get 20% off at all three of those stores by using the coupon code AMORPHIAROCKS before December 15th. There’s also a few new designs at Science! that you’ll want to check out.
  • PleaseDressMe x BustedTees: These two have teamed up to offer you a selection of Busted Tees, uhh, tees for the low, low price of $7.77, which is $4.23 cheaper than the tees on their own sale page!
  • 80s Purple: They’ve knocked 30% off their entire range of Obey Clothing, get in the action by using the coupon code OBEYME before December 15th.
  • Mustache & Friends: Get 20% off your order in their mustache-based store by using the coupon code apmustache, I’m not sure when this one ends.
  • Oath Threadline: Get 20% off your order at OT by using the coupon code apoath, I’d tell you when this deal ends, but I simply do not know.
  • Threadless: In addition to their current sale of $5, $10 and $15 tees, you’ll get free shipping ($7 off for international customers) when you spend $50 or more.
  • The Urban Shop: They have reduced the prices of everything in stock, with discounts of up to 60%.
  • Methods NYC: They’ve got a sale going on with up to 50% off some items.
  • AMP Street: There’s 25% off everything in store at this European streetwear store.
  • AAITSKI: They have a sliding sale, the more you buy, the more you save. Buy 1 tee and get 10% off, buy 2 and get 20% off, buy 3 or more and you’ll receive 30% off the cost of your tees.

    Teach the Controversy have got a few new tees up in their store that continue to point out how stupid a lot of things are, such as the earth being 6000 years old… which it isn’t. They’re also running a ‘Buy More Save More’ sale/coupon code, in which if you buy two tees, you can get 20% off using the coupon code BUYMORE6, but if you buy three or more items you can get 25% off with the coupon code BUYMORE7. That offer runs until Sunday, and is also available on Amorphia Apparel, and Wear Science!, I’m not sure if you can order a tee from each site and combine them to use the coupon though.

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    20% off at Amorphia Apparel for Halloween

    by Andy on October 9, 2008

    Yep, even more Halloween related goodness is coming our way. Amorphia Apparel are offering you 20% off your order, as long as you place your order before the end of the month, and as long as the order is for more than $30. Simplement!

    The sale applies to the whole Amorphia range, which includes Amorphia Apparel (duh!), Wear Science!, and Teach the Controversy. To get the discount, just use the coupon code FALL28 at the checkout.


    Amorphia’s Oktoberfest sale… in September?

    by Andy on September 2, 2008

    I was about to write a post about how it was stupid for Amorphia to hold their Oktoberfest sale in September (it would have been hilarious, trust me), but then a little alarm bell went off in my head, which was swiftly followed by the thought “Andy, you’d probably better google this otherwise you’re going to end up looking like an idiot… again.”

    So I checked it out, and whaddyaknow, Oktoberfest is held in September! And the reason why is almost interesting (except I’ve found more than one explanation)!

    The sale is in the form of a coupon code, OKTOBERSALE08, which will get you 15% off your order (as long as its above $25) at Amorphia Apparel, Science!, and Teach the Controversy.


    Apparently its already time for the back to school sales to begin; it almost seems as if these sales start as soon as kids break up for the summer holidays, or perhaps the summer break just starts earlier in the US than in the UK and that’s confusing me.

    To get 25% off your order at Amorphia Apparel, Science!, or Teach the Controversy all you have to do is order two or more shirts enter the coupon code SCHOOL308 at the checkout to have the discount applied. I would love to see kids going to school wearing Teach the Controversy shirts, it would be hi-larious.

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    Jeremy from Amorphia dropped me a line to let us know about their latest sale:

    Just wanted to get the word out that we are running a 25% off summer sale across the whole amorphia family from June 16th to the 30th. All one has to do is purchase 2+ items and use coupon code SUMMER108, easy as pie eh?

    So, that’s not just Amorphia Apparel, but also Science! (and its many robot-based tees), and the newly launched Teach the Controversy, which deals with all kinds of conspiracy theory based designs.


    Until May 27th (next Tuesday) you can get 25% off your order at Amorphia Apparel by using the coupon code WEDDING08 during the checkout. There is one catch though, you must have at least two items in your order for the coupon to work.

    Amorphia Apparel Sale Page

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