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I’m sure that one day Random Objects are going to make a shirt I don’t like, but this is most certainly not that day today.

Costiness=$24 Buy it at Random Objects


Post image for “Call me Ishmael” by POOSH Designs & Apparel

POOSH got in touch recently to let me know about their tees, and it was this Moby Dick inspired Ishmael t-shirt that caught my eye the most. Their designs are largly simple, fun, and just generally enjoyable, so I recommend checking them out.

Costiness=$25 Buy it at POOSH


Captain America Polo Shirt at 80sTees

by Andy on July 22, 2012

captain america polo shirt

80sTees have a few different superhero themed polo shirts available, but I felt that this Captain America version worked really nicely with it’s iconic embroidered shield. If I owned a comic book shop all my employees would be wearing these.

Costiness=$40 Buy it at 80sTees


Lil’ LoveDriven’s “One Love” Tee

by Amy_F on June 23, 2012

one love t-shirt

Lil’ LoveDriven has released it’s new Summer Collection and I’m pretty fond of some of these new tees.  Having several Lil’ LoveDriven tees already in my closet I can say that it’s a fun brand to wear.  Spreading the message of loving what you do through different cartoonish designs and typography tees is kind of their signature style.  This new One Love tee out of the new summer collection is a favorite of mine.  Using what I like to call ‘Mickey Mouse Hands’ to develop the beginning of the phrase “One Love” make this design not only inspirational but playful.  Looks like it’s a unisex fit for Men & Women on a Navy Blue 100% ringspun fine knit jersey tee.

Cost – $18.00    Buy it at Lil’ LoveDriven


pac man x mario t-shirt design

Quite a nice little design this at RedBubble, perfect for all the 8-bit nostalgia fans.

Costiness=£16.68 Buy it at RedBubble


polymer records spinal tap t-shirt

As you know, I have a fondness for t-shirts that exist within the fictional universe of the movie/TV show/book that they subtly reference. It’s a lot less in your face than the typical movie tee, and if it gets recognised by a fellow fan then you’re guaranteed to get an appreciative nod on the street.

Costiness=£18 Buy it at Last Exit to Nowhere


“Crack the code” t-shirts by Bare77

by Andy on January 18, 2012

crack the code t-shirt

Do you know the font? Can you tell what it says yet?

I’m almost embarrassed how long it took me to work this out.

Costiness=£20 Buy it at Bare77 [Mens / Womens]


phalanx apparel t-shirt

Very cool shirt at A Better Tomorrow, I’m not sure if it being 15€ is a special introductory proice, or if this shirt has been around for a long time and that want to clear it out, but either way if a great tee at a good price.


it crowd t-shirt

I was saddened to hear that there will be no more series of The IT Crowd coming to our screens. That’s not just because writing about IT Crowd t-shirts every night was so beneficial to HYA in terms of traffic and growing awareness of the site (largely thanks to Graham Linehan tweeting about my roundups), but because I really enjoyed it, I wouldn’t have sat through every episode and spent hours searching for each t-shirt Roy wore if I didn’t think it was a good show. Still, I believe there’s going to be a Christmas special (maybe more than one) so let’s just look forward to that. Pretty cool shirt from RedBubble too.

Costiness=£16.26 Buy this IT Crowd t-shirt at RedBubble


sink or swim t-shirt

Why that’s just delightful.

Costiness=$20 Buy it at Anchor Brand Clothing (that feels like there’s one word too many there, right?)


portal 2 keep calm and carry on t-shirt

80sTees could really do with getting a more attractive mockup, I can’t believe their shirts are shaped like this, it’s ruining what is otherwise a really cool design.

Costiness=$24 Buy it at 80sTees


mr clucks chicken LOST t-shirt

I like today’s offering from TeeFury, though I feel compelled to point out that Mr. Cluck’s in Lost already had it’s own identity in terms of branding and design, so it seems a little redundant to make a Hurley/KFC mashup, but it’s entirely understandable why they would and it is a fun t-shirt, so maybe I shouldn’t analyse it so much.

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lafraise battle stars t-shirt

I was under the impression that laFraise were going to be releasing 3 shirts a week forever, but apparently that isn’t the case since this week they have ‘just’ one to show us. It’s a bit greedy really, I was perfectly happy with one shirt a week from them a couple of months ago, but t-shirts are my heroin, so once I’ve had a taste for 3 a week I quickly become accustomed to it. Still, this is a really lovely shirt and I might check out how many brouzoufs I’ve got stored up to see if I can pick this up as a freebie.


illegal immigration t-shirt

I’ve always found it funny (in a “you’re an idiot” kind of way) that there are so many people in the US that are very proud of their ancestry being from Ireland or Scotland (though they’re rarely shouting about being English), yet they’re vehemently opposed to allowing immigrants into the country, and will happily spend money building a pointless fence to keep Mexicans from crossing their border so they can live glamourous life mowing lawns and cleaning.

Incidentally, under the terms of my visa for interning in Philadelphia back in 2009, it would be illegal for me to work in the US until the middle of next year, what’s the deal with that?

Costiness=$19.50 Buy it at Ban T-shirts


all work and no play t-shirt

I certainly felt like I was always working over the past couple of weeks, even on my day off yesterday I was still busy. That’s the nature of the beast though, you never really turn off because someone can always get in touch with you.

Costiness=$23 Buy it at Random Objects


The Sharp hoodie by Drifter

by Andy on January 12, 2011

drifter hoodie

I like the idea of a brand taking a classic item and just putting a bit of a different twist on it, especially when they do it like Drifter have in this instance.

Costiness=$115 Buy it at Drifter.

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blackberry messenger t-shirt

My man Glynn over at Sturban Clothing sure can pick ‘em. If you told me, a card-carrying member of the iPhone brigade, that I’d be posting a tee about Blackberry Messenger, and thinking it was cool, I’d be shocked, shocked!

Not particularly cheap, but when it comes to streetwear I always brace myself for sticker-shock nowadays.

Costiness=£27.50 Buy it at Sturban Clothing


Local t-shirt by Adapt Advancers

by Andy on June 13, 2010

Local t-shirt by Adapt Advancers

Costiness=$26 Buy it from Adapt Advancers [via In My Short Sleeve]

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joey ramone hoodie

I was looking at Worn Free’s site, when I realised that I haven’t posted a hoodie in a while, so I checked out their selection. Now, the whole thing behind Worn Free is that their products are recreations of tees worn by celebrities ‘back in the day’… and there aren’t exactly a huge amount of famous hoodies out there, so they’ve put tee designs onto hoodies. It dilutes their whole ethos a bit, but you still get a cool hoodie out of it.

Costiness=$69.95 Buy it at Worn Free


Man o’Warning by Verdestyles

by Andy on June 4, 2010

man o war t-shirt

Regular readers will be well aware that previously hard-line stance over logo tees has been softening recently, and this tee is further evidence of my downward spiral into brand-itude, because when I noticed the ‘verde’ text in the jellyfish, not only did I not recoil in horror, I actually smiled, because that type qork it pretty fun. Verde Styles are quite an interesting company, every design they sell has an environmentally concious message behind it (and the message isn’t put on the shirt in a “look how environmental I am, I am a better person than you” kind of a way either) , and for every tee they sell, a charity plants a tree, which sounds pretty damn cool.

Costiness=$14.99 Buy it at Verde Styles


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