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Nice designs with the added benefit that $5 from every sale will go towards fighting prostate cancer. Shirts are $22 for the round neck and $26 for the V-neck and available now at Fuzzy Ink.

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I think that it’s safe to say that this is the first time I’ve ever seen a Mario and m&m’s mashup.

Costiness=$22 Buy it at Fuzzy Ink

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Two new tees from Fuzzy Ink

by Andy on July 9, 2013




Gotta love Fuzzy Ink, they’re on a good run of design releases at the moment. The designs are available as a regular shirt as shown above for $22, or as a v-neck for $26.

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Lovely design from our friends over at Fuzzy Ink, nice to see it as a print as well for those that want to brighten up their walls as well as their chest.

Costiness=$26 T-shirt $20 Poster

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Lovely new design from Fuzzy Ink, I’d like to see this available as a poster print.

Costiness=$22/26 Buy it as a round neck or V-neck

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I think it’s fair to say that Fuzzy Ink must be moving their warehouse or something similar, because that’s generally the reason behind having a sale with the coupon code of MOVING. There’s no specific end date on this sale, but I wouldn’t expect it to be around after the weekend.

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Two new designs from Fuzzy Ink

by Andy on January 15, 2013

hipster mustache t-shirt

Very nice indeed from the Fuzzy Ink gang, yours for $22 each.

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Post image for Black Friday & Cyber Monday at Fuzzy Ink = 20% off coupon code

Use the coupon code FRIDAY to get 20% off at Fuzzy Ink on Black Friday and Cyber Monday, and possibly on Saturday and Sunday too.

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Post image for Movember Tees, Regular Tees, iPhone cases, and their website: All new at Fuzzy Ink!



Loads of new stuff up at Fuzzy Ink, including 6 new vintage-style shirts from their collaboration with the Movember Foundation, three new designs from their regular line of mustache-inspired tees, some of their most popular designs being put on cases for the iPhone 4/4S, and last but not least, a very clean and slick new website. I like the new site, it puts the new products front and centre, making it easier for a customer to see what they’re all about.

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fuzzy ink on fab.com

Nice to see our buddies at Fuzzy Ink getting on the Fab.com train with this sale, also cool to see a little picture of John on there since it’s rare for me to see t-shirt people that I’ve actually met!

Shirts are down from $22 to $15.25, there’s three new designs which haven’t hit their site yet, and also iPhone cases and posters with some pretty deep discounts. You’ve got a couple more days to get in on the action, they say it’s their biggest ever sale and from memory I’d tend to agree, so it’s worth heading over to take a look.

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fuzzy ink glasses t-shirt






Unless I’m very much mistaken it’s been quite a while since Fuzzy Ink last released a tee or two, so this was a welcome surprise to see at the end of last week. All three are nice designs but I think that my personal favourite is the ‘Frankie Foursight’ glasses design. All three designs are available in cuts for ladles and jellyspoons.

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Daily Tee and News Roundup October 26th

by Andy on October 26, 2011

twin peaks t-shirt

I had no clue what this shirt was about so I looked in the TeeFury comments, apparently it’s Twin Peaks.


‘A study in turtles’ at Tilteed could easily be renamed ‘a study in cuteness’.


Very cool zombie defense t-shirt from Nowhere Bad today.


Nice use of negative space from Stupidhurts.us, very wearable shirt.


Cool tee from Shirt.Woot, I’m sure I’ve seen this ‘taking the bus’ concept (and possibly even this shirt) before, maybe it was at Tilteed?


Fun shirt from RIPT for what I’m sure are the massively overlapping audiences of the Watchmen and Hello Kitty.


I had to look this TeeMinus24 shirt up, apparently Zarek is something to do with Battlestar Galactica.


Thou shalt not rip on 24tee every day. Different strokes for different folks. Actually, this shirt is pretty cool.


At first I thought that this Loviu shirt was just a paint blob, which would have been cool, and then I notice the stars and Saturn, which definitely kicked it up a notch.


I don’t get it? Catch of the Day Tee.


Really nicely put together Back To The Future design from Shirt Punch, they’ve certainly come out of the blocks strongly.


Adam over at I Am The Trend has put together a video review of White Pine Patriot, how do they stack up against his 4P’s of tees.



Camiseteria have released a couple of great new tees that you will have to test your Portuguese on if you really want to buy them.


All white tees are on sale at Typography Shop, all down to $14.99 until they’re sold out.


This Australian fellow wants to get into the t-shirt game, and he’s going down the Rockethub route (that’s Kickstarter for people without US bank accounts), give him your support if you like the tee.


Apparently New Zealand is back to work and being productive after their World Cup win at the weekend, because Cuppa-T will be selling tees at the Armageddon Expo in Auckland this weekend.


It’s almost November so you know what that means, seeing guys with really thin mustaches doing their bit for charity. I’m tempted to give it a go myself, would any of you guys sponsor me? Fuzzy Ink have a global partnership with the Movember Foundation this year, and they’ve produced some great shirts for the occasion.

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Renegade Craft Fair London 2011 Recap

by Andy on October 19, 2011

Hide Your Arms at the Renegade Craft Fair

As mentioned last week, I was lucky enough to go down to London last weekend for my birthday courtesy of my wonderful girlfriend. Of course, being the clever sort she is, she’d picked London because she knew that would give us an opportunity to check out the Renegade Craft Fair‘s first ever trip to foreign shores.

There were lots and lots of stalls there (about 80 I think), so this post won’t be covering all of them, but I’ll mention tee folk and a few other interesting finds. If you were there and I’ve not mentioned you, please don’t be offended!


We visited on the Saturday (stuff could be sold out by Sunday!) and when we arrived around 12:30 at the Old Truman Brewery there was already a decent crowd of people milling around the various stalls and there wasn’t a spare seat at The Make Lounge, so Liz and I would have to wait until another day to learn about the magic of felting. The craft workshops were certainly a good idea for getting people involved, and also keeping kids entertained whilst their parents wandered around looking at all the goods. They were such a good idea that I completely forgot to take a picture of them. Just try and imagine grown adults sat at a long table poking at bits of felt in an old brewery and you’re halfway there.


The first tee related people I spotted were Hiho Batik, an American brand who make t-shirts for kids and babies using the Batik method. I don’t have much experience with batik so it was cool to get a good look at this little-used (in the world of t-shirts) printing technique. Their stand did appear to be slightly abandoned though, I couldn’t see the owners anywhere, which may or may not have been something to do with us visiting at lunchtime.


When you see a woman painting a fish you have to stop for a minute, because chances are something interesting is going to happen. This lady (I like to call her ‘The Fish lady’, but in reality she is Deborah Whitey) paints fish and then covers them in cloth which she then pats down creating prints that are surprisingly beautiful.



Mustache’s are still popular for some reason, and Liz couldn’t help but give this felt mustache topped pencil a go (as many people around the stall were doing). According to the map this was the work of Stitch and Make Studio.


As she created the flyer for the whole event, it’s no surprise that Kate Sutton was exhibiting her artwork. They actually seemed a little taken back when Liz asked to buy one of the alpaca prints (you can see it on the right in the photo), perhaps it had been a slow day sales-wise so far. They gave Liz a tote bag for free to carry the poster in, which she was delighted about, it’s things like that to improve the whole shopping experience, much nicer than an anonymous plastic bag (or no bag at all, as was the case with many vendors).


This lady is Jess Quinn, she creates one-of-a-kind soft sculptures. I didn’t spend too much time checking out her stuff since dolls aren’t really my area of expertise, but everything looked well made and I could see that if it were my kind of thing, I’d have been all over it (know what I mean?). She was also the first person I asked if I could take a photo of, everyone at the show was very welcoming on me taking photos, which was usually a good way of segueing into explaining about HYA and that I wasn’t just some random guy with a camera.


Two Rabbits were making there first appearance in the UK. I’m on their mailing list and had followed them for a while so it was cool to see their stuff in person. I picked up one of their logo prints since I wasn’t into any of the bands the artwork was about. I guess that you don’t have to like a band that’s on a poster when you like the artwork/designer, but it would be a bit disingenuous to have a Danzig poster on my wall when I’ve never listened to Danzig.


Gotta love someone that calls their brand Miso Funky.



Fairly sure that Diane (aka Lekker Haas) was the most patient person at the whole show, I don’t know if I’d be able to bring myself to hand-cut a map of London (and various other locations). Really cool stuff.



I really like Kevin Tong‘s work, so I picked up one of his Rushmore prints (the red & blue print on the upper right of the print-board photo). He was gracious enough to pretend to know what Hide Your Arms is when I introduced myself (this happened at least twice, thankfully my ego can handle it), and seemed like an awfully nice fellow. His t-shirts looked good quality too, the irony of Renegade for me is that one of the primary reasons for visiting is that there would be some t-shirt people there, but I had no intention of buying shirts since I have more than I know what to do with anyway.


Antigraphic had some really bold posters tucked away in a corner of the exhibiting space.



John Vogl (aka The Bungaloo) was the second nice American of the day to pretend he knew what HYA was. I though that with him having so many cool shirts on display that I should know who he was, but it turns out he’s mostly a print illustrator so I didn’t feel like I’d lost my touch that much. Definitely a site worth checking out, I think his work is very HYA-friendly. Also, he allowed you to take 1 sticker for free, but two cost £700, something tells me he’s had people taking bunches of stickers in the past, people don’t seem to realise that it costs money to print stickers.


The Pink Pom-Pom Project is something that had I only read about it on the internet I would have probably described as being something pointless to do with hippies (they help support people suffering from cancer by using crafting as a form of therapy), but the guy running it seemed so nice that instead of people the usual cynic that I am I was totally on board. These guys aren’t pretending to cure cancer with craft, they’re making people in a very tough situation feel better, and that is a noble mission.


Apologies to Pop Corny for a photo that doesn’t do them justice, by this point in the day we were getting late meeting a friend for lunch so things got a bit hurried. Really cool style to Katie Mac’s artwork, she has a couple of tee designs on her blog, but I think that a lot more of her artwork would be suited to tees, hopefully that side of her work will expand.


We all know that I’m the wrong man to talk about jewelry, but I really liked the way that Mr. Nico displayed their necklaces, very original.


Bree,ree were showing some very impressive silk screened posters, had I not already bought something from Two Rabbits and Kevin Tong I would have probably picked something up, but my walls are already full, unfortunately.


Fabric Horse had come over from Philadelphia to show their range of modular bags that would be of a lot of use to cyclists (as well as other bags/wallets/holsters). I don’t bike, so the appeal was quite limited to me, but their stuff was cool, and they were from Philly, so I liked them.


This was seriously cool, it’s the Magic Wallet by Magic Industrie. This guy makes various items (wallets, bracelets, and buttons) out of abandoned books to give them a new life. He demoed one of his magic wallets for us and I got a quick video of Liz using it, I’m sure it’s a very simple trick, but it had us impressed!


Joy Nevada, make cute shirts for kids and babies. They made me think that maybe I should be covering that market more, but I don’t really know if a lot of parents read this site, let me know in the comments if you’re a parent!


These two people were lovely, I feel it’s importnant to point out that there was two people because one of them is hiding behind their stand in this photo. Honksville make a few t-shirts (mustache-related), but mostly I see them as a ‘stuffed cute things’ type of company. All very cute, I’m possibly a little old and male for it, but still very likeable.


I can’t remember who these guys were, but I really liked the way that their stand had fake grass on it.


Can’t remember who makes these (note to self: take wide shots including the name of the stallholder next time), but they were cool in an ‘ugly dolls’ kind of way.



This was cool, Natalie Turturo (aka Being Natalie) created 60 miniature paintings especially for the show (I think), but the thing that caught our eyes the most was the long one line drawing, in which everyone was invited to participate. I declined since there’s a reason I write about t-shirts instead of trying to make designs myself, but it was definitely an interesting way to get people interested in your stand and get people interacting.


These guys are called Robin & Mould, I really liked their artwork and especially those owl cushions, I could definitely see those sprucing up the tatty couch that I have in the office.




I finally got to meet Claire from Tee and Toast, who had made the trip over from Northern Ireland. It’s funny meeting someone that you’ve known on the internet for years, especially since I have sent Claire a signed photo of myself (just one of many wonderful things you get when you win a HYA competition), but she was lovely and friendly, and doing a good trade from what I could tell with the frequent breaks in our conversation to serve another interested customer. It was good to finally see some her of stuff ‘for real’ too, since I’ve spent the best part of half a decade seeing it digitally.




HYA advertisers and all-round good guys Fuzzy Ink also made the trip across the pond. They’re no strangers to craft shows but this was the first time that they ventured outside the US, they too had a steady stream of visitors to their stand whilst I was chatting away to the twins, and hopefully over the weekend those visitors translated into enough sales to justify the trip, because I’m sure coming to the UK was a big outlay for all the foreign brands involved and I applaud them for taking the chance and coming here. It was good to talk shop with Fuzzy Ink even though I’m sure Liz and our lunch companion Clare had get a bit bored by now, they’re clearly really proud of their partnership with the Movember, and it was interesting to hear about how they want to move the brand forward. Just as I was about to leave a lady handed me a straw with a mustache attached to it (hmmm, what’s in fashion at the moment, eh?), so naturally me, Liz and Clare had to have fun with it.

Like I said earlier, even with this article being as long as it is (about 2000 words), I have missed a lot of exhibitors, the amount of handmade jewelry there was very impressive, so this was a pretty big event (though I’m told the American ones can be 4 times the size), I was there for an hour and a half and still felt like I rushed things a bit.

I really enjoyed Renegade and I’m glad that my birthday trip just happened to coincide with it. Hopefully it was enough of a success to persuade Renegade to come back again or possibly to encourage more events like it around the UK because I feel like we are missing an entity like Renegade in the UK that is able to unify groups of crafters and hold events around the country under a recognisable brand name.

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Renegade Craft Fair London

My girlfriend has surprised me with a weekend away in London for my birthday, so I’m going to be heading down to the Renegade Craft Fair today (or maybe tomorrow depending on how the timing works out) to see all the crafty awesomeness that’s on show, from people I’ve never heard of and a few that we know very well like Tee and Toast and Fuzzy Ink. If no one scowls at me too much I will take pictures and report back early next week on Renegade’s first foray outside the US.

I will have a load of stickers and buttons with me, so if you see me and want to say hi I will have those to give out, and if you do see me please say hi because I still tell the story of when a reader stopped me on the street in Philadelphia, and that story is getting a bit stale now that it’s two years old. Make me feel famous guys! I look like this, and will likely have a white DSLR with a red camera strap around my neck.

Find out more about the craft fair here.

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Seven new shirts from Fuzzy Ink

by Andy on September 8, 2011

fuzzy ink t-shirts It’s almost a pity to be posting these shirts all together, because there are some really cool tees in this release, but if I save one or two for later I’ll just forget to post them, so they might as well all be here for you to enjoy now. These t-shirts aren’t entirely new from Fuzzy Ink, as some of them have been on sale at craft shows around the US throughout summer, but this is the first time that they are making their way online.

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mustache cookie cutter

I think this whole moustache trend might have gone too far, seeing as now you can bake cookie in the shape of a mustaches which will inevitably be used as photo-props for those lacking in a ‘manbar’, and as annoying crumbs amongst the bristly hairs for those that have invested the time in looking like Ron Burgundy. Who am I kidding, unusual cookie cutter shapes are cool, and using the cookies as props would jazz up any Facebook photo album.

Costiness=$15 Buy it at Fuzzy Ink

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fuzzy ink prints Our buddies over at Fuzzy Ink have taken quite a lot of their moustache themed designs, and put them onto 18″ x 24″ cover stock paper, so that in case you get bored of just wearing their tees, you can hang a lovely printed version on your wall too. Prints are $20 each and are shipped rolled.

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fuzzy ink movember t-shirts

I was really tempted to get in on Movember this year, only because I didn’t shave until the weekend and whilst I had that beard I was thinking “hey, this could be a moustache!” but alas I didn’t have the balls to go through with it, so I’ll try and console myself by posting about Movember, in the hope that some of you pick up a tee, sending a donation to Movember in the process.

The four tees you can see above aren’t just Fuzzy Ink ‘tribute’ tees, they’ve actually partnered up with Movember to offer some legit tees, from which $5 of every sale will be going to chairty. The tees cost $21 (just like their regular shirts), and will presumably be available beyond the end of this month, but you might as well buy one now since it’s the right time for it.

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The Fuzzy Ink Easter Egg Hunt

by Andy on March 29, 2010

fuzzy ink easter egg hunt

Usually when a company does an Easter Egg Hunt it’s virtual rather than physical, so kudos to our pals at Fuzzy Ink (who are an advertiser, remember, check out their ad for a handy 20% off coupon) for putting together an Easter promo that involves their actual shirts.

I could tell you the whole story, but I’ll keep it simple instead; if you buy a Fuzzy Ink tee before April 4th (that isn’t already on sale) and it has an Easter Egg screenprinted on the inside, you’re a winner! To claim your prize of a free tee you have to send in a pic of the shirt and your happy face. One lucky winner that finds a golden egg printed in their tee “will be handsomely rewarded with an Easter basket full of awesomeness.” The e-mail says that the egg hunt goes on until April 4th, which I’m presuming is the point at which they’ll stop adding the eggs to random shirts, not that you have to have received your order by then and sent in the picture, because that might be a bit of a tight turnaround (though admittedly the egg hunt has already bee n going on for 3 days).

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Big Spring release from Fuzzy Ink

by Andy on March 19, 2010

fuzzy ink spring collection

Fuzzy Ink have released a load of new tees, and as is the tradition with companies that are also advertisers on this site, I don’t feel right saying “hey this stuff is awesome” but since I thought they were good in the past before they were a HYA advertisers it’s unlikely that they’ve turned to suck now. Check out the rest of the designs in the gallery.

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