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You’ve got a couple more days to get 30% off at FFee Clothing with the coupon code sunnyday in their end of Summer sale.


Cool new collage tee from FFee Clothing

by Andy on December 10, 2009



FFee have good such a pleasing style, it’s the kind of illustration that I really like to wear and hang on my walls, and those characters are just adorable.

Costiness=$25 Available for men and women at FFee Clothing


Ffee now sell skate decks

by Andy on June 26, 2009


Obviously this is a bit of a departure from our usual cotton-y focus, but I sure do like the look of these skate decks from FFee Clothing that are being produced and sold through Deckpeck.


FFree Shipping at FFee Clothing

by Andy on November 28, 2008

Here’s something you don’t see every day, a free shipping order that applies to everyone, not just Americans, amazing!

From now until Monday, you can get free shipping at FFee Clothing, which is $6 off for Americans, and $11 for us international folks, which is actually a pretty decent discount.


Two new tees from Ffee Clothing

by Andy on October 10, 2008

I like ‘em!

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Ffree shipping at Ffee Clothing

by Andy on September 23, 2008

I usually see ‘free shipping’ offers and just assume that they’re only going to apply to Americans, which annoys me, or at least its going to until I move there, at which point I’ll probably go on a bit of a spending spree since I won’t be hounded by high shipping prices. FFee Clothing however, are doing the right thing and offering free shipping to everyone, not just shoppers in the US. In their e-mail it says that the offer lasts until the 25th, but the picture says the 26th, its probably best to be safe and make your order by the 25th to avoid disappointment.

*We have clarification! The free shipping offer lasts until the 26th.

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New Shirts and website from FFee Clothing

by Andy on August 26, 2008

FFee Clothing have released eight new designs, shown above in the gallery, and redesigned their website, not shown above, but it does look really cool, they’ve got lots of hand-drawn text and illustrations mixed with photos, and… and… well, just go take a look yourself, its a treat for your eyes.

Their new packaging looks pretty gorgeous, so if you weren’t quite sure whether to make a purchase then that might be the tipping point for you.

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Cotton Filter: 270508

by Andy on May 27, 2008

I bet you thought you’d never see the cotton filter again!

Shirt.Woot: As spotted by Jay, Shirt.Woot is now shipping to 45 countries beyond the US & Canadian borders, and are doing so for the low price of $5 too.

FFee Clothing: In other shipping related matters, FFee clothing are offering free shipping on all orders (even international ones) until the end of May.

T-Shirt Magazine: This site claims to be the only magazine about T-shirts whether online and off, which is… wrong (and Tcritic‘s new look is farily magazine-like too), but lets not hold that against them, since there is some decent content on the site.

laFraise: They can now print up to 12 colours on a shirt rather than the 8 that they had before, which is an increase of 50%… hurrah! To celebrate, they’re making up a test design (only 250 to be produced) called ‘Let’s Get Ready To Rainbow’, which I think is a pretty splendid phrase.

Threadless: If you’ve ever wanted to know, these are the people that do the screenprinting for Threadless (the art prints, not the tees). Also, here’s another magazine article fawning over Threadless and their business model, there’s pretty much nothing new in the article, but it does provide a decent overview.

Pete Wentz: Apparently he likes Local Celebrity clothing so much that he asked to take some after wearing it for a Fall Out Boy video shoot. Presumably he’s trying to save some cash for when Ashlee pops that baby out.

Creative Directory 101: A directory of sites for creative people, obviously, this will be helpful for people trying to get themselves set up in the tee biz (especially if you’re in the UK). [Disclosure: I’m still working on a HYA Directory that would crush compete with this site]

Pikiware: Mashable described this site as being the “WordPress of Online Tshirts”, and since I love WordPress and t-shirts I figured it was worth a peep, especially since the last time I found out about a t-shirt store from Mashable it was Design By Humans. From what I can tell, pikiware is basically a storefront system for people that print their own products, so that you can make your own Cafepress or Spreadshirt kind of business, though I have been known to make mistakes in the past, so I could easily be wrong. I don’t really see this being of huge interest to “HYA kinda people”, but since it does represent something kinda new in the tee world then I thought it was worth a mention.

Instructables: Here’s an instructable about photo-emulsion screenprinting, which I assume would be helpful for those of you that would like to print your own tees but don’t know how.

HipHipUK Discusses Crowdsourcing: This post seems to have become rather business-y, and this is the most business-y of the lot. Adam wrote an article a few weeks ago called “Which risks and problems will companies, that run Crowdsourcing business models, face in the future? Amongst other things” that I think should probably be a must read for any of you out there that are running a design competition or thinking about running a design competition.

Photojojo: They’ve got an article all about shooting pictures for use on eBay, but a lot of the techniques can also be applied to taking products shots for your tees and hoodies. There’s also a video on the same subject at Etsy if you don’t feel like reading.

Dadawan: They’re selling cool cushions now!


‘New’ shirts at FFee clothing

by Andy on May 16, 2008

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Sorry guys, I totally forgot to mention these four ‘new’ designs that FFee released into the wild last month. They’re all $25, and all printed on Alternative Apparel.Oh, their blog is worth a gander too, lots of pretty pictures that aren’t necessarily related to t-shirts.

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Coffee Lovers by FFee Clothing

by Andy on March 17, 2008

Coffee Lovers by FFee Clothing

I’ve never been one of those ‘wake up, drink coffee’ kinds of people. Maybe that’s why I’m always so tired? Or maybe that’s because I haven’t been to bed before 1AM for a few years. I’ve been getting into jasmine and green tea thanks to my Asian adventures, so maybe one day I will join the ranks of the perma-buzzed.

Even if I don’t have a coffee addiction I can still appreciate this tee. I really like the concept, I’m just not so sure about how they’ve mixed the two illustration styles, the way that the heart looks fairly realistic whereas the coffee pot looks like a sign in an airport.

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