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spilled coffee t-shirt

Just one new shirt from laFraise this week but it is a really nice design so it’s cool that it’s been given it’s own moment to shine in the spotlight.


T-shirt News for March 28th

by Andy on March 28, 2012

coffee t-shirts

I love this coffee cup character up at TeeFury today, it would be cool to see that as a vinyl toy.

Who doesn’t love a BLT? Well, I don’t since uncooked tomato weirds me out a bit (which in itself is odd since I will eat pretty much anything), the the rest of this design at Shirt.Woot is fine by me.

RIPT have a Dhalsim Street Fighter shirt up today, unfortunately the concept was done on Teefury last month and the commenters aren’t holding back on saying which they prefer.
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Even though I’m not a coffee drinker, I think that the coffee shirt is my favourite this week at Snorg. Is it just me or does $75 sound like quite a lot to ‘unlock’ free shipping? Still beggars can’t be choosers and it’s nice that they offer free shipping at all. The three new shirts are $14.95 this week after which they’ll hit $19.95


brew tea not trouble t-shirt

We British are obsessed with tea, mostly, I’m not the biggest fan in the world but I’m warming to it slowly when it gets forced on me. As a nation for which a cup of tea can fix almost anything, it’s hardly surprising that someone would create a line of t-shirts dedicated to the not-so humble brew, and from that obsession came Edward Teabelly. The brand launched with 7 shirts (as well as some pin badges and stickers) at the start of December and it all looks very polished for someone that is only launching their first brand. Clearly Dave (Edward is his middle name) has done his research and put together a well-thought out launch, and it’s good to see a British brand using American Apparel blanks for their shirts even though we have to pay a premium to use them.

If I were to criticise, and I might as well, I’d say that 3/7 shirts being logo or name based is a little much, even they’re nicely done, but the quality of the other shirts is good enough and give the line enough variety. Of the launch selection I’d ay that ‘jolly good brew’ is my favourite of the crop. Looking forward to see what these guys come up with in the future.


snorg tees model calendar

Let’s be honest, the girls of Snorg are not an unattractive bunch of models, and someone over there clearly realised that, and has created a calendar featuring them. One clever thing about the calendar is that each month of the calendar will give you a new coupon code to use on the site. It’s the gift that keeps on giving!

Nice bunch of shirts this week at snorgtees, I think my favourite of the bunch is the ‘instant human, just add coffee’ design, which is strange since I don’t drink coffee.


Daily Tees and News for November 5th

by Andy on November 5, 2011

coffee-aid t-shirt

Oh yeah! TeeFury

Were Tilteed not selling this design just a couple of weeks ago?

Nice Zelda shirt (right reference?) at Shirt.Woot today.

RIPT bring us a Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure mashup today.

It always amazes me how few Simpsons t-shirts there are out there. The Yetee.

Was someone else selling this Buffy the Vampire Slayer t-shirt recently? No matter, it’s available at OtherTees now.

I don’t know what or if there is a reference on this 24tee shirt, but it’s a pretty cool design either way.

A quick Google tells me that this TeeRaiders ‘Miranda Reavers’ design is something to do with Firefly.

At first I was like, “oh, that’s nice” then I looked at this Loviu design a little closer.

Oh man, I’d just written a whole thing about not getting the reference on this Shirt Punch tee, then it hit me, Marty McFly from Back To The Future?

Coty of fame has a new-ish site called Exploration Hawaii all about hiking around Hawaii. We have some stunning walks around where I live (it may be called the Lake District, but there are hills around all those lakes), but the places he’s going look amazing. He’s running a little competition to win a $25 gift certificate from Threadless that I’m sure you’ll want to enter before November 10th.

Kissmetrics have a viral marketing cheat sheet that brand owners may want to check out.

Cuppa-T have put up their Christmas shipping dates.

PalmerCash are doing their bit for Movember.

Urban Outfitters (in the UK/Europe at least) are offering free shipping this weekend.

Hot Topic have updated their monthly coupon code, you can get 20% off with HTA20NOV providing you spend at least $60. Coupon expires December 2nd.

HYA blogger Sleepy Dan has added some snap back hats to his store, expect a behind the scenes look at how they were printed here in the next day or so.

Threadless have added some gorgeous (and massive) graphics to their partnership with Blik.

Make Believe have released a short but delightful video that really captures the spirit of their brand.

Terratag have got a grab bag offer going on that I think gives really good value. They’re mystery tees or sweats/hoodies, so you’ll have to be a big fan of Terratag, but since they have a fairly cohesive range, I think if you like one of their shirts you’ll probably like most of them.

Shirt designers always need more textures right? Apparently this free texture pack at Mintees is mighty fine.

Looks like Mintees are going to be opening a marketplace, which is going to be another nail in the coffin of ShirtHive (another idea I had but couldn’t find the time for).

There’s a really funny interview with former HYA blogger Randyotter at TheShirtList.


Public Domain x DURKL

by Andy on October 1, 2008

Public Domain, who I’d like to think are amongst the most ‘Hollywood’ friends that HYA has got, have started to make some other friends, but not in the blog realm, they’re collaborating with other clothing labels, but they aren’t calling them collaborations, oh no, they aren’t merely collaborations, they are “Creative Alliances” which also sounds like something that needs Star Wars style music behind it.

To be completely honest, I’m not that excited by the t-shirt, I can see that they were going for an 80s look, but I think that they might have stuck a bit too much to the 80s aesthetic, damn them for being sticklers for authenticity! I think its the text that I don’t really like about it, which is weird because I actually quite like the font, maybe its just the colour palette. However, I am excited to see who they’ll be collaborating with next month and in the subsequent months after that. I can’t actually see it for sale on PDC’s or DURKL’s respective websites, so I don’t know where you can pick this up, but if I see it somewhere I’ll let you know, or I’ll forget, since that’s what usually happens.

Public Domain Clothing : DURKL


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