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winkyboo bang for your buck

Between this heatwave going on in the states and everyone looking for a good deal these days, I decided that it was the perfect time to give our customers some huge savings.  Since summer began I’ve been rotating Summer Clearance items in store online weekly!  To keep up with which items are on sale during which week, LIKE the Winky Boo Facebook Page.  I’ve extended last week’s sale items because of Father’s Day, so we currently have 4 Clearance Items with savings as much as 50% off!  Pictured above is Stalker which is currently on sale for $12.00  (Saving You $10 from it’s Original Price).  Stalker is a unisex fit for Men & Women printed on 100% combed ringspun cotton – super-soft- lightweight tee.

Buy it at Winky Boo


T-shirt news for March 9th

by Andy on March 9, 2012

how I met your mother t-shirt

Considering how popular How I Met Your Mother is there are surprisingly few t-shirts about it, TeeFury are bucking that trend.

Shirt.Woot‘s description suggests that this shirt has nothing to do with the Brady Bunch.

Whiskey and zombies, a match made in the apocalypse (and at RIPT).

An Asian take on the three-eyed fish from the early days of The Simpsons are Qwertee.

Zelda inspired shirt at Shirt Punch.

A surprisingly intricate Vader design at The Yetee.

I might be reading a bit more into this that there really is, but today is the anniversary of the Notorious B.I.G’s death, and he had a song called ‘Recognize a Pimp’ so…. 24tee, did I crack the code?

Hydro74 has one of those styles you can recognise really easily, here he is at DBH today.

Today’s Made in the Now shirt references the story of a cupcake vending machine in Beverly Hills.

BustedTees ‘Control Freak’ design is down to $11 from $20.

Cute design gets another outing at Tilteed.

Tee and Toast are gearing up for St. Patrick’s Day with these Guiness brooches.

Last Exit to Nowhere were approached to be the official producer of crew t-shirts for John Carter (which is released today, just by chance), and they’ve been allowed to sell the shirts for a limited time.

SS12 is now online at Dephect.

New Diamond Supply Co snapbacks are in at Street Casuals.

SpringLeap have teamed up with Stimorol for their biggest ever design contest, and this time it’s for packaging, not tees.

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monsters t-shirt

Another cool winner from A Better Tomorrow. I don’t think this shirt is actually about the film Monsters Inc. but the guy on the left with the horns reminds me that I haven’t seen that film yet. Oh, and if you’re wondering, I think that the 1818 part of the design is a reference to when Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein was released.

Costiness=22€ (early-bird price) Buy it at A Better Tomorrow


Happy Monsters Collage by LTD Tee

by Andy on October 25, 2010

ltd tee monster t-shirt

I really really dig this design, collages are a bit of a soft spot for me. I think it might have benefitted a bit from a few more colours, but that’s not much of a gripe as it does look pretty sweet in this format. No HYA coupon code again this week from LTD Tee, so you’re stuck with the full price of $24.99 for the tee, art print, box, and LTD Tee sticker pack.


Post image for Too Big 2 Fail monster t-shirt by Gama-Go

It’s weird how the phrase “too big to fail” has become such common parlance in English speaking countries, may I suggest that we try an popularise the phrase “hey asshole, how about taking responsibilty for your own mistakes?” Damn fine tee though from the Gama-Go crew, they’ve got a few other new tees in store too, I think possibly a redesigned website, and they just switched their shipping system to a flat rate of $5 yesterday.

Costiness=$28 Buy it at Gama-Go


scary monster and creepy tees

Okay, neither of these tees are really scary or creepy (though the ‘creepy’ tee has potential depending on who is wearing it), but I am a man who loves a sensationalist headline. Of the two, I prefer scary monster, I really like the colourway that Mini Cassette picked out for this design, really picks up the retro feel that I presume they were going for. Scary Monster is $23, and Creepy is $22, enjoy!


Breakfast at the Capitol

by Andy on February 19, 2010

breakfast on capitol hill t-shirt

You know what’s stupid about the Capitol Building?

Some of you may be expecting a rant about politicis here, but fear not, my concerns are far more pressing…. you aren’t allowed to take any kind of food or drink into the building, not even into the part where you go to get your tickets for the tour. This wasn’t so bad for me and my brother turning up in the morning, though I did have to throw a perfectly good apple (yes, you can’t take an apple in there, presumably an apple is a major security threat) into a huge bin filled with perfectly good food. It was pretty bad for the group of school-kids who went in before us though, who had to dump the contents of their lunchboxes into the previously mentioned bin. Ridiculous!

Good tee though, and for a limited time you get a free Washington, DC t-shirt with it, which I can only presume would be this shirt. If they run out of that shirt to offer you as a freebie, you’ll receive a $10 off coupon for your next order.

Costiness=$29 Buy it at Jon Wye

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Monster Heaven by chuchu at Badashell

by Andy on January 31, 2010

monster heaven t-shirt at badashell clothing

I think that this design would have been better without the text at the lower left, but it still looks pretty damn good, gotta love that style. Oh, and I think the model might be wearing a tee that is a little too big for her.

Costiness=$18.99 Available from Badashell


Monster hoodies by Wrongwroks

by Andy on September 28, 2009

monster-1 monster-2 monster-3 monster-4

I know that these hoodies have been featured way back, but these are new colourways, and the model is really cute, so quit your complaining (which none of you have ever done)!



Forever Weird by Greg Abbott for Seibei

by Andy on September 21, 2009


I’m pretty sure that I’m right when I say that this is the first time that Seibei is releasing a tee that wasn’t designed by David, I believe there might have been a collaboration tee at some point in the past, but this is the first time that someone else has been given the keys to the Seibei castle, though considering the talent that Greg Abbott has, I’m sure David knew he was going to be putting out a solid tee. It’s a great design, I tend to shy away from designs with pink on them since where I live you get off the bus and it’s the 70s and men don’t wear pink, but this colourway works really well for me, with the black creatures on the grey with the pink to lift them and provide contrast.

Costiness=$22 Available from Seibei (I think you can get 10% off with the coupon code hideyourarms, if that doesn’t work, just use COTY) [via Coty Gonzales]



Anyone else getting excited about the movie? This tee doesn’t exactly blow me away, but heather grey is always a solid choice when you’re making a vintage-style tee, so I would be willing to bet that this works nicely in reality.

Costiness=$28.97 Available from PalmerCash

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It’s fair to say that Dale Edwin Murray is quickly becoming one of the better known names in the t-shirt design competition world, even though he hasn’t been submitting to them for all that long, I remember getting an e-mail from an excited Dale last year about his first Threadless win (currently sold out). This latest winner shows off Dale’s unique style of character design (see this design at Tilteed for another example) and has a totally sweet colourway to boot.

Costiness=€22 (€26 after this week) Available from A Better Tomorrow

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Monster by Rosie Apps

by Andy on August 21, 2009


Rosie Apps is a young artist from London who designs & prints t-shirts, and a fine job of it she is doing too. All the tees are printed on American Apparel, limited to 50 pieces of each design in each colour (and there are quite a lot of colourways if you don’t dig the black/green like I do).

Rosie has been kind of us to and provided a coupon code, RAPPS10 , that will give you 10% off any of the tees in store.

Costiness=£18 Available from Rosie’s Big Cartel Store

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weScare by Chop Shop

by Andy on August 12, 2009


The ‘we’ series by Chop Shop has been very successful, by successful, I mean that I’ve seen people wearing one of the various iterations in public. weScare is the latest version, and this time around the Chop Shop team have placed silhouettes of “58 celebrated creatures from the various genres of horror, fiction, fantasy and even comedy.” No, obviously, I’m awesome and know what all the featured creatures are, reckon you guys are up for the challenge?

Costiness=$20 Available from the Chop Shop


Clusterf**k by Draw Limited

by Andy on December 9, 2008

Our friends over at Pop Culture Tees (and their Space Invaders background) found this tee which I think its fair to say is not only a clusterf**k but cluster-awesome!

Oh, and despite the name, I don’t think that there are any adult goings on on the tee, but don’t quote me on that.

Costiness=$20 Buy Clusterf**k at Draw Limited


Happy Monsters by Word Apparel

by Andy on December 6, 2008

I really like this tee, but I guess that’s what happens when you get Wotto to make a collage t-shirt.

Costiness=$16.99 Buy Happy Monsters at Word Apparel [via the Divine Blog]


Say Hello to Never In Wonderland Clothing

by Andy on November 13, 2008

Here’s another brand that floated into my inbox a few days ago. The design style seems to reflect a lot of what I see over at Emptees, so hopefully Never In Wonderland will do pretty well, because, really, doesn’t the world need monster-based t-shirts right now?

Oh, and they’re pretty cheap too, so there’s no need to let the economic downturn/catasthophe stop you from getting some new threads.

Never In Wonderland Clothing

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Monster Boogie by Stereopanda

by Andy on November 6, 2008

I like the look of where this series of tees is going, they look damn bold and I like that. As the picture says, if you e-mail them saying what you think the next monster in the series is going to be, there’s a chance that you could infact win that tee.



Say Hello To Electric Threads Corp

by Andy on October 14, 2008

[At the time of posting this, hopefully I’m on a ferry between England and France, so please excuse the lack of commentary]

Here’s a brand that I found on Emptees:

The whole reason I started Electric Threads Corp. was because I had always enjoyed drawing and sketching, but the thing is I wanted to take that and turn it into something more. So one day I came up with the idea of putting my drawings and ideas on to clothing to sell to people to wear. A simple idea was all it took to start this.
So far I make all my shirts myself with my sister in my tiny shed and my screen printing equipment :P. I hope one day I can take Electric Threads Corp. and turn it into a huge thriving business. Who knows maybe someday I can use this to help the world or create a huge following. All I know for now is that i’m gonna dream big and go for it!

Electric Threads Corp.


What’s new at Seibei?

by Andy on October 6, 2008

The ever-popular David from Seibei has just dropped a couple of new designs and a fresh colourway of a creepy old design that you might want to fix your peepers on. I’m not all that hot on “…The Amulet!!!” because whilst I will wear a lot of things, a topless dude wearing hot pants whilst riding a blue horse/donkey/”bi-corn” isn’t one of them. Junior Birdman looks pretty freakin’ sweet though. Oh, and Seibei sells a few kids tees now, too.



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