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According to Indie Minded this tee is new at Split Reason, but it must have been a big hit because it’s already sold out in medium and large, so sorry about missing that one. Not sure I’d actually want to wear it but it’s certainly a cool concept.

Costiness=$18.95 Buy it at Split Reason

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Dutch clothing company Fresh Folks got in touch a while back to let me know about their musically-inclined selection of tees, crew necks and hoodies, amongst a few other things (including a fixed-gear bike!). They’ve got a good consistent style and I really like their product photography. Well worth checking out if you’re into music.

Costiness=€33.28 Buy it at Fresh Folks

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When I saw this new tee from Publik I presumed that this was a famous phrase, but my research/1 minute of Googling suggests otherwise. I had also presumed that it meant nuclear weapons, which I’d be totally on board with, but the design actually references nuclear power plants, which makes me a bit more uneasy. I can see how for a Japanese person the idea of not having nuclear power plants is attractive at the moment, but what does it get replaced with? The most obvious answer is coal, a fuel that definitely causes premature deaths due to emissions (120,000 a year in India alone, and 18,000 in the EU where we have stricter emissions regulations), I suppose there is also gas and renewable sources but I don’t know how feasible those are in Japan. The choice you’re looking at is guaranteed deaths by coal or potential risk of accidents and future storage issues with nuclear; think about Fukushima, that’s regarded as a disaster because the biggest tsunami and earthquake that Japan had seen in many, many years managed to damage one nuclear power plant, and it wasn’t even a new design of power plant.

Dammit, got on my soap box for a second there, I know that you guys don’t come to HYA to listen to my not particularly well informed views on energy policy in Japan. Still, it’s a bloody nice shirt if I can just think about it in terms of weapons.

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rambo plastic army man t-shirt

If I had a 3D printer (and I’d really like one) this would probably be the first thing I’d make. I’m pretty amazed it doesn’t exist already, which seems to be a theme with imaginary items on Glennz shirts.

Costiness=$21.95 Buy it at Glennz

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Post image for Death goes on a Blind Date in the latest tee at Glennz.

The flower on the lapel (or where a lapel would be) is a lovely touch from Glennz.

Costiness=$21.95 Buy it at Glennz

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Clever “Sushillusion” t-shirt by Glennz

by Andy on November 21, 2012

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This clearly isn’t Glennz usual style, but I like it, and I like the way it mixes a classic illustration with something that is completely unexpected.

Costiness=$21.95 Buy it at Glennz

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Post image for The New Pistol Clothing create their first t-shirt after 6 years in business


The New Pistol Clothing have been in business for 6 years as one of Australia’s leading POD companies, producing shirts with other people’s design on them, but they have now taken the next step and decided to launch their own range of designs, starting with this great hand pistol design. It isn’t actually out yet, but if you want to pre-order it for AUD$32.95 you can do so by e-mailing info@pistolclothing.com.au.

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Post image for Posting Glennz tees is like shooting fish in a barrel…

… you always know you’ll get a hit. Awful joke aside, this shirt is pretty much par for the course for Glennz, though I don’t think it’s one of his best. Also, all tees are $15.95 until Sunday in the G-man’s store as part of his Summer sale.

Costiness=$15.95 Buy it at Glennz

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Post image for “Vintage Water Pistol” T-shirt by Glennz

Nice work from Glennz as usual, I wonder just how many designs and concepts he has stored up for a rainy day?

Costiness=$15.95 Buy it at Glennz

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Post image for Nowhere Bad T-shirt: “The Knights Who Say…” Go Ahead, Finish That Line – You Know You Want To!

Ni! Well I think this tee says it all…  Buzatron, you did a really great job on this one – it’s Leah approved, for sure!

Buy at Nowhere Bad, $12, until July 16th, so go go go!
Keep up with Buzatron: Shop, Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr

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lafraise t-shirts


Gorgeous, this is one of the weeks that I wish that laFraise offer me a freebie (though I’d still end up giving it to one of the bloggers so they could do a review of it).

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laundry day t-shirt



There’s something which makes me smile about a t-shirt company that has a shirt with just ‘Laundry Day’ written on it, it’s a fun little joke though I do question whether it’s a good idea to name your whole brand after the last thing in your closet you’ll wear just because everything else is dirty!

Costiness=$12 Buy it at Laundry Day Brand

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crazy go lucky t-shirts



You’ve gotta say, that is one epic burger in that promo pic, I would likely be bested by that bad boy, but I’d give it a damn good try. Both shirts had been up on pre-order for a while but are available now in both guys and girls fits for $20 now in the Crazy Go Lucky store.

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macgyver t-shirt

Sure, that guy isn’t a complete dead ringer for Richard Dean Anderson, but I would presume that’s to ensure that A Better Tomorrow don’t get in trouble copyright-wise.

Costiness=22€ (earlybird) Buy it at ABT

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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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hedgehog t-shirt a better tomorrow

This interesting and kind of weird shirt is the latest winner in the on-going design competition at A Better Tomorrow, I like it!

Along with being their winner of the week it is on free shipping too (presumably in Germany only).

Costiness=22€ Buy it at ABT in Red or Green

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daft punk zelda t-shirt

I think it’s fair to say that this is pretty awesome.

Costiness=$24.60 Buy it at MySoti

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chameleon t-shirt


Impressive work from laFraise as usual, two very wearable shirts that just about anyone would be happy to wear.

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jabbe the hut gym t-shirt

I think that this is one of my favourite designs from A Better Tomorrow for a while, it would be fun to wear to the gym (even though I’d never wear a cotton t-shirts to the gym, technical fabrics all the way!).

Costiness=22€ Buy it at A Better Tomorrow

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happy face St. Partick's Day t-shirt


Goodie Two Sleeves actually released these two new designs on Tuesday, but you’ve still got plenty of time for them to land at your door before the annual booze-fest of St. Patrick’s Day begins. SThese shirts are both for the ladies, both $21.95 and you can pick them up now. Link to the face, link to the skull.

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