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“La Baraja” t-shirt from Pipiripau

by Andy on September 19, 2012

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La Baraja | The New Tee from Pipiripau® from Pipiripau on Vimeo.

Pipiripau released this shirt in two colourways about a month ago, they told me at the time but for some reason I didn’t see the e-mail, because I really like the shirt so I wish I’d been a bit more timely with this post, especially since they went to the effort of making such a slick promo video.

Costiness=$24 Buy it in blue / red


star wars darth vader playing card t-shirt

I will never get bored of posting Star Wars t-shirts, especially when they’re this damn good. The execution isn’t that exciting, though it would struggle to be considering you can’t really go that far with a playing card, but the concept is utterly brilliant and I’m surprised no one has done it before (at least no one has to my knowledge).

Costiness=£15.39 Buy it at MySoti (who have printing facilities in the US and Europe now, which should speed everything up for everyone)


The King Is Dead! Long Live the King!

by Andy on August 13, 2008

Bristol-based Lhome have released a new design, and its a bit of a departure from what they’ve done in the past. Its good to see Kieran attempting new things with his designs, especially when the designs come out looking good! The oversized print works really well, and I think that keeping it as a one-colour print was a good idea too, if he’d coloured it in like a traditional playing card then it might have started to get a bit messy.

Costiness=£22 Tee Link


Life’s a bit of a gamble, really

by Andy on July 11, 2006


I’m Karmalooping again, which always feels like I’m taking the easy option, but a good hoodie is a good hoodie, no matter who makes it (though I probably wouldn’t be promoting the HitlerCorp line of hoodies made by children that get paid in bit of broken glass).

Gambling and poker related polo shirts and tees seem to be pretty popular on mainstream indie-chavs here in the UK, but I still think this is a cool looking hoodie, though I can’t quite work out why the King is riding a bike, maybe the people at Triko have some kind of crazy deck of bicycle themed cards. On the subject of the brand, according to this page Triko are non-sweatshop and try to use organic and natural materials wherever they can, so you can look good and feel good about wearing their clothes (just don’t get smug).

Costiness=$88 URL

Want money off? I signed up with the Karmaloop rep programme a while back and forgot to mention it, so you can get 20% off you order if you use my rep code, then 10% off every order after that, at least that’s how I think it works, shout at me if it isn’t. Karmloop Rep Link and my code is AS7594.

*Ryan solves the bike riding king mystery in the comments, thanks Ryan!*


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