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Velo Nuit by Dargelos

by Andy on August 12, 2010

bike shirt

Here’s something cool, a t-shirt that also doubles up as safety clothing!

At first I just thought that they were just brightly printed, but it turns out that some of the wheels on the bikes in the design are printed with a reflective ink so that it makes you easier to see when you’re out cycling on the road. Neato!

Costiness=$40 Buy it at Dargelos [via ATB]

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concrete jungle organic t-shirt

This shirts ticks a lot of boxes, designed by a.mar.illo, printed on organic cotton, water-based ink, and priced to move, what’s not to like!

Costiness=$13 Buy it at


Sneaker Persona at Stupid Hurts Us

by Andy on July 9, 2010

sneaker t-shirt by stupid hurts us

Are any of you guys out there sneaker fans, if you are then I might have some news coming up for you in the next few weeks, that’s all that I’m going to tease you with for the moment because even I don’t know what it is that I’ll be showing you, but I know it’ll be cool, it’ll be about sneakers, and it’ll be a collaboration. For now, keep your sneaker addiction in check with this rather nice one-colour print for Stupid Hurts Us, a t-shirt design competitions that has almost inexplicably never been featured on HYA before considering their prices are so low for a company printing on organic AA tees.

Costiness=$13 Buy it at Stupid Hurts Us


giraffe red organic t-shirt by omunky

I always think that people look a bit sinister when they look you in the eye when their glasses are pushed down their nose, I don’t know what it is but I find it un-nerving. However, when a giraffe is doing it I feel a lot more comfortable, especially when that giraffe is printed onto an organic cotton t-shirt.

Costiness=$22 Buy it at OMUNKY


recycle t-shirt by print liberation

Philly’s finest are at it again, well, finest after Art In The Age, obviously, and this time, they’re saving the planet with a t-shirt that has a bike on it!

The cotton is 100% organic, and the ink is environmentally-friendly too, so you will be even more justified in feeling superior to people when you’re biking around town whilst they’re trying to mow you down in their cars.

Costiness=$22 Buy it at Print Liberation

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organic mens t-shirt by Mongrel Clothing

Something that I’ve tried telling myself at the end of the two England games in the World Cup (and presumably at the end of the one we’re playing right now) is that no matter what happens, it doesn’t really make a difference to my life, I’m not betting on them, and I don’t know anyone playing, so in that respect, and it remains the same for much of the country, we’ll be okay even if the England team having to get an earlier flight home than they expected.

However, I’m not entirely okay with a £40 t-shirt, yes it is a great design, I’d love to wear it, and it’s printed on organic cotton, but £40 is still quite a lot more than I’m prepared to pay for a t-shirt nowadays.

Costiness=£40 Buy it at Mongrel Clothing

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Gulf oil spill charity t-shirt

Yup, brown stuff is still going from the sea floor to the surface, so buy this tee, from which 100% of the profit (no word on what that figure is) goes to the National Wildlife Federation to help with the clean-up. And it’s printed on an organic American Apparel t-shirt, so at least this tee isn’t contributing to more chemicals going into the water

Costiness=$20 Buy it at Trademarket


Omunky organic monkey t-shirt

I’m not really feeling the multiple usage of the same monkey shape, I feel like the graphic might flow better with a few different monkeys, but the colourway is spot on and as ever I’m enjoying the use of negative space.

Costiness=$22 Buy it at OMUNKY


Munky-View by Omunky

by Andy on February 16, 2010

Omunky organic monkey t-shirt

This isn’t the latest tee available from OMUNKY, the organic tee company with a penchant for animal-based designs, but I like this design makes use of a lot of the ‘canvas’, I always find that there’s something nice about tees that have a print running along the lower hem of a shirt.

Costiness=$20 Buy it at Omunky


An Old Time-y Bike by deletetoast

by Andy on February 13, 2010

Post image for An Old Time-y Bike by deletetoast

I really wish that this design had a bigger product picture, because I get the feeling that it’s a really wearable design, but I just can’t see it properly. It’s organic, and it’s only available in medium.

Costiness=$24 Available from deleteoast


The Big Brain Machine by Always Thinkin

by Andy on December 11, 2009


Always Thinkin is a blog not a clothing brand, but judging by the looks of this organic and fairtrade certified tee maybe they should be!

Costiness=£12 (until tomorrow when I think the price will go up) Available from Always Thinkin




New Das Monk at Roktic

by Andy on November 27, 2009


I thought it might be nice to see some splendid tees from organic Australian label Das Monk today as well as lots of percentage signs.


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This coupon has nothing to do with Black Friday, but it’s still making you a saving on organic tees and those savings last for a few more weeks than Black Friday, which can only be a bad thing. Get 10% off your order at Red Choo Choo with the coupon code HYA until December 11th, and they have free shipping on orders over $50 until the end of the year (they also offer local pickup in San Francisco).


Cool organic tees for £10 at Linework

by Andy on November 12, 2009


An organic tee in the UK for £10 is pretty rare, but for that tee to also have a cool print on it at that price is even rarer. I suppose that at this price it even makes it possible for Americans to join the Linework party and not feel as they’re being slapped about the face with their wallets.

Last time I took a look at Linework I took issue with the lack of large pictures so that you could really chedck out all the effort that went into making the tees and show off the designs. I’m glad to say that Linework have sorted that out and cleaned up the navigation of the site to make it a lot more enjoyable to browse through.


Squatch by Badd Habit

by Andy on November 11, 2009



I really like the style employed on this tee, it looks more like a painting that a t-shirt design, yet it works well as a tee, probably because of the black & white colour palette. If it wasn’t called ‘squatch’ I would have presumed that this tee was about some creepy guy that hangs out in the woods, rather than a mythical man-beast, but then perhaps that’s the idea, that we can’t tell who/what is standing in the woods, much like the reality of that infamous grainy video.

The design is printed on an organic t-shirt, if that’s your kind of thing.

Costiness=$24.95 Available from Badd Habit


Exclusive Coupon Code: 15% off at OMUNKY

by Andy on November 9, 2009

OMUNKY — Eco-Friendly Clothing Company_1257711235168

I mentioned these guys last week, and they’ve very kindly created a coupon code that will give you 15% off your order at OMUNKY. Just input HYA in the appropriate box during the checkout process to receive the dscount.


iBike organic t-shirt by Artifex Shirts

by Andy on November 7, 2009

ibike laugh

iBike zoom

iBike whitedrop

I do think that the whole ‘iCopyTheiPodAd’ design style is played out, but have you ever noticed that people that bike everywhere really like to make sure everyone else knows that? So, with that in mind, and considering that biking places is a lot more environmentally friendly than most other methods of transportation, I’ll let it slide.

Costiness=$20 Available from Artifex Shirts

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Burn It All Down_1257274287502

It’s always unfortunate when a company decides to shut it’s doors and stop selling tees, but in this case as District Cotton closes, Brett, the guy behind DC, is keeping in the tee business with a brand called Good Tee that will be providing socially responsible t-shirt printing. Of course, with District Cotton closing down, they’ve got some stock that needs to be disposed of, which means organic tees for less than $10, and a few of the tees are $5, so expect them to be snapped up fast!

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Munky Tree Organic Tee by Omunky

by Andy on November 4, 2009




Usually I’d rag on a tee for having a square border to the print as this tee from new, eco-friendly label OMUNKY, but in this case I think it gives more of an ‘art on a tee’ look to it, and kudos on the use of negative space.

Costiness=$22 Available from Omunky


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