Some nice new shirts from the Beandip crew, and I like the style of the lookbook too. Of course there is the Michael Jackson shirt, I still don’t like them, but since he’s been dead for a while now my stance on them has softened from the avalanche of poor-quality shirts released to cash-in during the aftermath of his death.
That’s how I like to start out the daily roundup, with a muscular naked man, thanks TeeFury!
‘Dead Head’ comes back from the dead at Tilteed.
Oh wow, it’s a Firefly/Serenity reference that I understand from RIPT.
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I’d hoped to do a really big post or posts relating to T-shirt day
, but with me working full-time at the moment doing manly things (digging, mixing concrete, laying pipes, cutting slate & breaking stuff with a sledgehammer) I haven’t been able to find any time for it. I felt it would be remiss of me not to give it at least a mention though.I thought it would be fitting to post a picture of that yellow tee from Bean Dip clothing, since they were the first people to ever send me a t-shirt sample for review, and it was when people started sending me tees and companies started e-mailing me that I realised I might not be all that bad at this clothes blogging malarkey. I could get all emotional on you about how t-shirts have changed my life, because they have, but let’s remember that t-shirt day isn’t actually a international day (June 20th is also International Refugee Day, which puts things into perspective a bit), and that its meant to be lots of fun celebrating t-shirts, I’m not entirely sure how someone is meant to celebrate t-shirts, but I’m sure that you guys will find a way somehow.
*Update: Here’s a Flickr Photoset taken by Spreadshirt supremo Jana Eggers of the Boston T-Party*