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Well now don’t these just look lovely? You’d think that a screen printed poster would set you back a bit, but these prints (both based on shirts that Inkefx also sell) are only $12 each, nice!

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Post image for Status Serigraph – Tees, Posters, & Sales, Oh My!

“Medicine heals the body, music heals the soul”, my thoughts exactly. Being a lover of music, I have been captured by this tee over at Status Serigraph. Showcasing just a small number of tees (it’s a small selection, but very nicely designed and that’s what really counts), Status Serigraph’s main focus is prints – and what makes it even better? Most of them are hand-printed concert posters, like the two lovelies pictured below.

Also sign up at Fab.com and take advantage of the sale on Status Serigraph – only 4 days left, so hurry! Nice bunch of tees on sale (some of them shown below, my favorites of course), as well as prints on sale, lots of them!

Keep up with Status Serigraph: Facebook, Twitter, Shop
Tees $20-$25, Posters $20-$35
Fab.com Sale $18.50-$29.60

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Post image for I Won a Poster – Cat’s Cradle from Miles to Go!

As most of you know (or at least you must have seen Matt’s blog about it) Miles to Go released their Spring 2012 line, and obviously it looks fantastic. Greg Kerr (owner of Miles to Go) put together a contest on Facebook; share the release of the new line and be entered to win a poster from the Miles to Go store – and guess who won?

So I got to pick, and I chose Cat’s Cradle, designed by the talented and cute, Cutty Bage. I took some photos of the poster for all of you and as you can see, there’s so much detail in just one piece… I feel like I could stare for hours. Also this silk-screen poster, like a lot of Miles to Go’s prints, is limited to only 50 – I’m glad to be one of the 50 to own this one. Speaking of, I love that each are hand stamped and numbered on the back, nice added detail I must say.

I also happily framed it and hung it, all in one day (which is pretty good for me as I usually take way too long to accomplish that – I must have been really excited about this one!) I recommend everyone own a poster from Miles to Go, quality, quality, quality! And I would also like to tack on that I received my poster in what seemed like record speed, so thanks again Greg!

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Antisparkle fight cancer by releasing a print

by Andy on September 22, 2011

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Antisparkle are attempting to raise $1000 for the American Cancer Society through the sale of the print that you can see above. Available for $12, 100% of the net proceeds will be donated to the charity. It’s a lofty goal to donate that much, but I wish them luck.

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Yema Yema turns top tees into pretty prints

by Andy on September 17, 2011

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I think that might be the most effort that I’ve put into a title in months!

I was wearing the tee version of the black & white robot design a couple of days ago and it reminded me to take a look at the site to see if anything new had been released at Yema Yema, and yes, it has, some lovely 18×24 inch poster prints. The prints cost $12 a piece, and of course the frame is not included in that price.

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stanley kubrick t-shirt

I hadn’t heard of Stan Chow before today but now I’m really glad I have because I like his style. I’m not too keen on the ‘© Stanley Chow’ that is embedded within the print as it distracts from the clean simplicity of the design, but it is what it is. Also available as a signed A2 print.

Costiness=£25 Buy it at Socialfabrik

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Surrogate by Lowercase Industry

by Andy on September 19, 2009

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This is an A3 print rather than a tee, but does that really stop you from enjoying this?

Costiness=£60/90 (unframed/framed) Available from Lowercase Industry

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iSteamMac tee by Kevin Tong

by Andy on September 17, 2009

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I guess it was only a matter of time after Kevin Tong steamed a certain phone (that won’t be named for legal reasons) that he got his hands on the iconic Mac 128k and steamed the hell out of it.

Costiness=$20 (+$5 shipping) Available from iSteamMac.com

*Wanna see David from Seibei talking like Kevin Tong? You totally do (second vid is the funniest).

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HYA got some Godmachine!

by Andy on September 3, 2009

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Godmachine was nice enough to send over a poster to brighten up the office, and I think you’ll agree, even with this crappy shaky photo (at least it will stop someone from ripping it off!), it looks pretty sweet. The post is still available from his store as part of a double-pack for £12.50.

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Found Item are far better known for their faithful reproductions of t-shirts that are found in movies and television shows, and I am fond of those designs, but this vintage Spanish poster print for Godzilla really tickled my fancy (whatever that means).

Costiness=$21.95 Available from Found Item Clothing

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Popeye vs. Brutus

No matter how popular Popeye was, I don’t think anything could make spinach into a popular vegetable. for me, those green leaves will forever be something that I eat because I know they’re good for me, not because I like them.

Costiness=£24.99 Available at Urban Retro

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202 Star Wars T-Shirts [Lists]

by Andy on July 16, 2009

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I think that you’d be pretty hard pressed to find a series of movies that have gained as much of a following as Star Wars, and as you’d expect that has resulted in a huge amount of t-shirts being produced that reference the films in one way or another. So, being HYA, I thought that I’d better make an unnecessarily large list of them. As always, the t-shirts are not ranked, the numbers are merely there as an illustration so that we all know which is which, so being #1 or #202 means nothing. Some of these tees will be pretty recognisable as they’ve been featured on HYA before, and some were also in the 101 Robots List from last month, but if you know of any I haven’t featured then please let me know in the comments. The list has also been split up into pages to ensure swift loading times (my server may probably wouldn’t like people loading 202 pictures at a time).

As you would expect these lists take quite a long time (this one took about 30 hours, seriously), so if you deem it worthy, it would be fantastic if you could promote this article in any way. Twitter, Delicious, StumbleUpon, Digg, your own blog, carve the URL onto a tree, anything!

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Load-Bearing poster by Olly Moss

by Andy on January 10, 2009

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I am A-MAZED that no one has thought of doing this before (if someone did, let me know in the comments). I’m not even going to bother explaining the Simpsons reference in this picture because if you get it you’re probably going to find this funny, and if you don’t, we all know that I’d spend about ten sentences explaining the joke and end up ruining it, because that’s how good I am at telling jokes.

You can download a printable version of the poster here (warning: PDF link), or look at it here on Flickr and read all the comments Olly gets saying that he’s awesome.

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What, what, tally ho and all that, because this is the third British post in a row, you practically need a cup of tea in your hand just to read the blog today!

Famed doodler Jon Burgerman has put his own spin on Yes No Maybe‘s name and produced this rather spiffy looking tee. One of the things that I like about Yes No Maybe is that whilst they do put their name in most of their products, they never do it in a way that screams “this is a logo tee, everyone go and buy YNM clothes,” its more like they’re using they tell artists to create a design that is inspired by the name, not about the name, which I guess means that they’ve got a lot of great opportunities for playing with typography. Another interesting thing about this design is that it marks the beginning of YNMs summer colour range, they’re going to be using the traffic light colourway of red, orange, and green over the next few months in a lot of their summer releases, possibly in reference to the ridiculous amounts of traffic that clog up the arteries of Britain’s road network as soon as the sun pops out from behind the clouds for five minutes.

Costiness=£26 Tee Link (that’s the men’s grey tee, other styles and colours can be found here)

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New shirt @ Glennz (FOOD FIGHT!!!)

by Andy on May 16, 2008

Organized Food Fight by Glennz

Glennz continues his fine run of form with another top notch design. I wonder why he didn’t add faces into the mascots? I know you can’t usually see the face anyway with mascots, but it seems to leave a darkened circle on each character.Costiness=$19.95 Link (also available as a poster for $12.95)

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