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I’ve got no idea how long this sale is going to go on, but with prices that cheap should probably throw your wallet at the screen before Outcry put the prices back up.

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outcry apparel sale

I have no idea how long this sale will last at Outcry Apparel, so if you like it, buy it.

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Post image for Shirts as low as €8 this weekend at Outcry Apparel

When you go to the main Outcry Apparel site you’ll find that the prices don’t match with those in the image above, but click through to the shop and you’ll find that the sale prices are there, no coupon needed.

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mythos outcry apparel




I posted the teaser video for this design last week and it has now hit the Outcry Apparel store. Nicely priced at €18 each in sizes S-XL, the shirts are limited edition and hand signed & numbered.

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outcry apparel sweater


Outcry Apparel impressed with their first release last year, and this latest addition to their collection does nothing to hurt that growing reputation. The sweatshirt is currently available for pre-order for the very reasonable price of €25.

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blind tiger collective

The Blind Tiger Collective is a really cool project spearheaded by Dualta Jones of Project A Apparel that is bringing together ten of Ireland’s finest indie brands to open a pop-up shop in Dublin in the run up to Christmas. They’ve written a really good press release, and it’s Saturday night, so I’m feeling lazy enough to just copy/paste that:

Hot on the tail of the collapse of the Celtic Tiger comes 10 Irish Designers as Blind Tiger Collective

The Blind Tiger Collective, a collection of 10 Irish clothing brands, are launching their pop-up shop on the 20th of December in the distinctive Dublin North Inner City.The pop-up will be open for 4 days until the 24th and will give customers a chance buy Irish this Christmas from independent designers.The collective consists of over 10 brands aiming to give the Irish shopper an opportunity to support their local designers and young businesses this Christmas and to do so with distinctive style and swagrrr.

The Blind Tiger Collective will spring to life on the 20th of December until the 24th at Little Green Gallery on Green Street and the temporary space will be retailing exclusive Irish Streetwear and accessories. In the run up to the launch, Dualta Jones, organiser of the event and co-owner of Project A Apparel decided he was tired of large foreign companies opening pop up stores to promote brands that were already saturating the market. He said “I decided that small Irish brands like my own need to come to together and help promote each other in a joint effort a stake a claim on our territory.”


There will be a wide variety of brands at the Blind Tiger Collective pop up like Turtlehead, Swallows and Daggers and LadyUmbrella, ranging from tattoo inspired hand drawn designs, skate apparel, street art and graffiti inspired work, showcasing the diversity of Irish design talent. A lot of the brands in the Blind Tiger Collective work on very limited print runs, some as low as 25 pieces, and when a design is finished its finished for good which guarantees exclusivity.

To celebrate the launch night and make the Blind Tiger pop up a bit more special, Galway based screen printer killertees.ie will be screen printing a unique “Blind Tiger Collective” tee. All good collectives need some good music and there will be a DJ for the launch as well as a range of free drinks to get the launch started. With a big push to buy Irish this Christmas and campaigns like “Irish Indie Xmas” getting a lot of attention maybe it’s time to forget the Celtic Tiger and listen to the roar of the Blind Tiger Collective.

“forget the Celtic Tiger and check out the swagrrr of the Blind Tiger Collective.” Follow the ambush at

Facebook : www.facebook.com/blindtigercollective
Twitter : twitter.com/weareblindtiger
Email : blindtigercollective@gmail.com

As you would imagine, I’m all for a project like this, and looking at the people that they’ve got involved it should be a big success as long as they can get enough people through the door. In the past I’ve made it clear that I have issues with the term pop-up shop, and I still do, but at least this seems to be a be an actual pop-up shop, as in a shop that will only be around for a couple of days, rather than when some fancy brand takes a corner of a hotel and calls it a pop-up shop.

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Daily Tees & News for November 6th

by Andy on November 6, 2011

doctor who t-shirt

I don’t think I’ve ever seen more Doctor Who references on one shirt, you win, TeeFury!


Qwertee have a Lord Of The Rings t-shirt for us today.


Shirt.Woot have a Pacman design that has better graphics than the original Pacman.


RIPT ensure that the Doctor Who:Star Wars balance is maintained.


24tee also share my love of cheap noodles. That said, when you get real ramen it is pretty amazing.


Ahhh, Loviu, the old switcheroo!


Really, really nice Boardwalk Empire x Monopoly mashup today at Shirt Punch.


Some brand I’ve never heard of called Venus Falls released their Fall collection recently and it looks pretty nice.


Rob Dobi has redesigned a few of his old Fullbleed shirts, including the one above.


410BC released a large collection of new tees last week, though the Mintees crowd have noticed that a lot of the designs are simply public domain images on shirts, which just doesn’t feel like the 410BC way to me.


Everything has got 20% off at Outcry Apparel for a limited time. How limited? I have no idea.


One ad space has become available on HYA at the price of $19 per month. All other spaces are currently sold out but there will be some other opportunities opening up this month so get on the waiting list if you are interested.


WinkyBoo have got a massive 50% off coupon code live at the moment. Use code WINKYMUSIC to receive the discount.

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Outcry Apparel – very new, very nice tees

by Andy on September 21, 2011

outcry apparel t-shirts



Looks like I’m all over the new brands today, Outcry Apparel launched just 16 days ago and came out of the blocks strongly with three cool, and kind of dark, designs. Lara Hanlon, who runs Outcry by herself, seems to have done everything right so far, really strong artwork, put together a decent website that gives us everything we need, running the store through Big Cartel so we know it’s safe, and done a photoshoot that shows off the shirts properly. All the shirts are discharge printed (yes!) and cost €15 a piece.

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