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Illuminati tee from Trust Fund Kids

by Andy on August 15, 2012

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Now that is one good looking crest tee, even with me not having a close association with Trust Fund Kids the look is strong enough for me to want to wear it, which is certainly one way of getting over the chicken/egg probelm of getting people to wear shirts with your name on.

Costiness=$25 Buy it at Trust Fund Kids

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Candy Crest t-shirt by Rock Candy

by Andy on July 14, 2012

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Candy based crest t-shirts don’t get much better than this.

Costiness=£11.99 Buy it at Rock Candy

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camp cannibal t-shirt

I think that this shirt from A Better Tomorrow is the kind of thing that I’d enjoy wearing a lot more than I enjoy looking at it on a screen because people would actually notice a shirt like this compared to the more arty ones I tend to wear.

Costiness=€22 Buy it at A Better Tomorrow Red / Blue

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Daily t-shirt releases for April 26th

by Andy on April 26, 2012

planet of the snapes t-shirt

Harry Potter pun tee at TeeFury today.


Skyrim shirt at Shirt.Woot.


Iron Man meets Neon Genesis Evangelion at RIPT. I’m not too familiar with NGE, does this mashup make any sense?
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game of thrones t-shirt

TeeFury start the week with a Game of Thrones inspired crest that doesn’t inspire me too much.


Silly but funny spelling bee t-shirt at Shirt.Woot today.


MST3K meets Firefly at RIPT.
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T-shirt news for March 29th

by Andy on March 29, 2012

rushmore t-shirt

Really nice Rushmore shirt at TeeFury.


I like this one from Shirt.Woot.


A not particularly brilliant Supernatural shirt at RIPT.
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ninja turtles t-shirt

Is this a new shirt from 604 Republic? Usually I only blog about their stuff when I get an e-mail but I headed over today to see if there was anything new and I spotted this shirt that I haven’t written up before. Really like the crest style on this, it’s nerdy, but not too nerdy, and very wearable. Turtle power!

Costiness=$18.95 Buy it at 604 Republic

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community t-shirt

I really like this design, and not just because I really like the TV show Community, it’s really nicely done and seems to play well with the style of the show.

$10 today at TeeFury

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nineteen 90 logo t-shirt

I know it’s just a one-colour print, but how on Earth can a shirt this nice be printed on an American Apparel shirt and only cost $8?

Costiness=$8 Buy it at Nineteen 90

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Shield T-shirt by Megabolt

by Andy on May 28, 2011

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It feels quite rare at the moment that I just post a random shirt from a company I’ve never heard of that haven’t e-mailed me, I’m constantly trying to give you the latest and greatest news, but there’s just not enough time in the day without me posting even more than I already do, so here’s a tee that I just really like.

Costiness=$20 Buy it at Megabolt

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beware of the hype t-shirt

Like quite a lot of t-shirts this week I don’t really know what the point of this one is, it seems to have quite a lot of stuff on it that is both specific and vague at the same time, and yet again, that doesn’t stop me from thinking that this is a good, wearable design.

Costiness=$18 Buy it at Beware of the Hype (who seem to be a well hyped anti-hype brand)

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great crest tee by make believe clothing co.

Make Believe have got some really solid designs in their range, they’ve all got a bit of a retro feel to them, there’s definitely a theme of 50s Americana running through the line and I have no problem with that.

Costiness=$20 Buy it at Make Believe Clothing Co.

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joey ramone hoodie

I was looking at Worn Free’s site, when I realised that I haven’t posted a hoodie in a while, so I checked out their selection. Now, the whole thing behind Worn Free is that their products are recreations of tees worn by celebrities ‘back in the day’… and there aren’t exactly a huge amount of famous hoodies out there, so they’ve put tee designs onto hoodies. It dilutes their whole ethos a bit, but you still get a cool hoodie out of it.

Costiness=$69.95 Buy it at Worn Free

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blade runner t-shirt

How did I NOT know that that Dark Bunny had a Blade Runner tee?

Costiness= £19 Buy it at Dark Bunny Tees

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star crest t-shirt by masked clothing

I can’t lie, the product photo is one of the reasons why I’m posting this. On it’s own, it’s a fine tee, nothing particularly great about it, but a really solid crest design in a pleasing colourway, but add in a model in full ziggy stardust make-up and lacking in trousers and you’ve got yourselves a post on HYA!

Costiness=$26.99 Buy it at Masked Clothing (also available in dude’s sizing)

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Horatio the Bear by Regal Clothing

by Andy on February 10, 2010

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This is a pretty cutesy take upon the traditional crest design. Horatio, you get a thumbs up from HYA!

This is a pre-order, when 50 of them are ordered they will be shipped, and then no more will be made. Ever.

Costiness=£10 Available from Regal Clothing

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Samurai Zombie by Death Before Dishonour

by Andy on January 6, 2010


I’m quite certain that upon the mention of the words ‘samurai’ and ‘zombie’ in the same sentence part of the internet perked its collective ears up. Yes, it’s a logo tee, but I think that the texts works well with the imagery being used, and like all the other Death Before Dishonour tees I like (because there are a few i don’t), when I look at it the word that comes to mind is… badass.

Costiness=£25 Availalbe from Death Before Dishonour [via Fat Seagull]

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McKinley High Mathletes

by Andy on November 12, 2009

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So apparently I’m into being nostalgic about old TV shows at the moment. Anyone else a Freaks & Geeks fan?

One of the reasons why I liek this shirt from BustedTees (actually, probably the only reason) is because they’ve managed to stop themselves from explicitly naming the show that the shirt is referencing, whic helps to give it a bit more credibility and keep my imagination ‘in world’.

Costiness=$20 Available from BustedTees

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Save Johnny and buy a cardigan

by Andy on October 2, 2009

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I was actually watching Ferris Bueller’s Day Off a couple of days ago (the DVD case is still lazily dropped in front of the TV, I’m a little messy), and I thought that I really should own a Save Ferris tee, it’s a design classic for the John Huges generation (which I’m probably a bit young to class myself as, but let’s ignore that for a second), and it’s iconic, probably because it’s so simple that you just can’t forget it. Johnny Cupckaes take on the design probably won’t be remembered in 20 years except for by the most die-hard supporters of JC, but it’s still pretty cool. If you’re into cardigans (I’m no fan, personally), you’ll probably like what they’ve done with this, it interests me a lot more more than a ‘normal’ cardigan, but whilst I may be hitting the big 2-5 next week I don’t think I’m quite at a point where I want to wear cardigans yet.

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From Sea To Sea Hoodie by 410BC

by Andy on September 25, 2009

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I wasn’t messing aroun when I said that I was going to put more hoodies on the site, you guys won’t be going cold this winter!

Costiness=$48 Available from 410BC (who have a spffy redesigned site)

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