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T-shirt news for January 26th

by Andy on January 26, 2012

star wars argyle t-shirt

Very nice argyle Star Wars t-shirt today at TeeFury.

Seems to me like this is the kind of design that Shirt.Woot should have been selling in the run up to Christmas.

RIPT drop a Milton Glaser-inspired Doctor Who t-shirt.

Harry Potter Muggle Ale shirt at Qwertee.

Those troublesome Tribbles are at Shirt Punch today.

Skyrim is the inspiration for this Nowhere Bad shirt.

I have no idea what the inspiration is for this design at The Yetee.

Star Wars meets Firefly today at OtherTees (who have a snazzy new site).

TeeRaiders have a Doctor Who design as well.

24tee go for the niche with one of the stars of the (surprisingly enthralling) King of Kong coin-op games documentary.

DBH love owls. On that subject, I saw a man walking down the street with an owl yesterday. Owls are great.

Hey look, Tilteed are selling one of their lesser seen designs again.

I have no idea what the kanji (presuming it’s Japanese) on this shirt says, so buyer beware at TeeMinus24.

Tee Gazette have put together their 10 favourite tees from the Storenvy marketplace for January.

Sock Monkee have released their Ampertastic Mr. Fox design as a print.

Adam over at IAMTHETREND busts six commonly held myths about his employer Storenvy.

Wrongwroks have released a parka with a faux fur trim.

Threadless have made some tees available to be put on Xbox avatars, and they cost about $1 each, but here’s the real kicker, if you want a hoodie you have to pay $2. They’re pixels, just because it costs double in real life doesn’t mean that they should cost double on the Xbox marketplace!

Glennz has made some more designs available as hoodies.

Mashable have a guide to building a strong online community around your brand.

Everything is on sale at Myth Clothing.

This Rihanna ‘thug life’ tattoo picture has been doing the rounds, but it’s her John Lennon t-shirt that interests me the most.

Here’s Katy Perry wearing a pretty cool hoodie (and I suspect a cool skull-based all over print t-shirt too).

Buy one get one free (on tees, not hoodies) at Eleven Eleven.

Typography Shop have put all their hoodies on sale.

Sehubabe have released a hoodie and t-shirt for Transardentes 2012 (a Belgian electro rock festival).

TanDan have been added as a brand store at A Better Tomorrow.


Daily T-shirts & News for January 10th

by Andy on January 10, 2012

doctor who sonic screwdriver t-shirt

Sonic Screwdriver shirt from TeeFury today, is Doctor Who really that big in the US that they can put out so many DW designs?

I think I’d prefer this blood-sucking t-shirt from Shirt.Woot without the ‘Vampires!’ text at the top.

RIPT have a ‘Mega Iron Man’ 8-bit tee up for sale today.

I’m sorry but my powers have eluded me once again, can anyone take a stab at explaining this Shirt Punch tee to me?

Nowhere Bad have a delightful 8-bit Star Wars shirt today.

TeeRaiders are fans of Bioshock.

Tshirt Contest have added a robot design to their growing catalogue.

Very interesting shirt from DBH today, I like the flecks of paint working their way up the shirt.

24tee continue to push their meme tees.

The pic looks a bit messed up, but that is an awfully cute drug-referencing t-shirt at Loviu today.

My favourite Tilteed design makes a return.

Camiseteria have a couple of new tees.

The Shirt List have a massive (and fascinating) interview with Alex Solis, creator of many top Threadless designs, amongst other things.

I’ve added four new products to Rigu, including the wrist straps you can see above, and remember that there is free shipping on all UK orders, and cheap shipping for EU & International packages.

604Republic have turned 3 of their most popular designs into posters.

Use coupon code NEW12 to get 20% off at Karmaloop until Friday.

krudmart have a load of stuff in from The Hundreds, Undrcrwn, 10.Deep and many more, get 15% off your order with the coupon code BIGGERISBETTER.

Hot Topic are offering “$4.95 Flat Rate Ground Shipping on All Orders! Shop Now – Offer ends 1/22” no coupon required by the looks of it.

BustedTees have added several t-shirts to their $10 clearance section.

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Seventh.Ink 4th Anniversary Combo Set

by Andy on October 26, 2011 anniversary combo

Four years is a long time in the t-shirt industry, I think we can officially call Seventh.Ink veterans now that they’re four years old. To celebrate this they have produced a limited edition (only 50 pieces made) t-shirt and poster set. The mockup of the poster doesn’t show it, but they’ve used metallic ink which should give a really nice finish to the print, my mistake, it’s a regular print, but is signed and numbered with metallic ink. You can pick up your set for $50 now.


hideyourarms posters

I’ve decided to lower the price of the HYA posters because I’d rather have them on your walls than in my office, and I’m trying to clear a lot of room for a new venture that I have been teasing about on Twitter and will fully explain in good time (so expect other random things to be in the HYA store soon too). Individual posters are £1.50 each, which is ridiculously cheap because they are genuinely a quality item, A3-sized and printed by Awesome Merchandise. If you want to buy the 3-pack you can save even more, as it weighs in at a mere £4. There are postage costs on top of that, but please be aware that I am merely breaking even on all postage costs, and in some cases I even make a loss.

Remember, there are other cool things in the HYA store too, most of which are unlikely to ever be printed again. I don’t know how long I’ll keep the prices like this for the posters, probably until I run out of stock, like I say, there’s no use me having them all, I have my set framed and I’m proud, it’s time to spread HYA across the globe.


colus wise owl print

There seem to be quite a few brands diversifying their portfolios at the moment and releasing prints, and I’m all for it, I often see t-shirts that are ‘art on a t-shirt’ rather that ‘t-shirt art’ so it’s hardly a surprise that designers are turning their popular t-shirts into other items. Hell, I even had posters printed upp and they’re in the HYA store, though I must admit they aren’t selling particularly well (don’t you love me!?).

Colus have released their most popular tee in the form of a limited edition (50 pieces total) 18×24 inch screenprinted print of ‘Wise Owl’, and I think it looks super, I can imagine it framed on my wall and at fifteen bucks it’s pretty reasonable too.

Costiness=$15 Buy it at Colus


Antisparkle fight cancer by releasing a print

by Andy on September 22, 2011

antisparkle cancer charity print

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.


Yema Yema turns top tees into pretty prints

by Andy on September 17, 2011

yemayema poster print

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.


604Republic do posters now – neat!

by Andy on September 16, 2011

star wars ackbar poster

This isn’t t-shirt news but these posters were t-shirt designs in a past life (and are still available as t-shirts it should be noted) so i think I can let it slide. If you’re after something geeky to put on your walls you could do a lot worse than these posters and at $6.95 each they’re good value too.



HYA Posters on sale, pick some up now!

by Andy on June 10, 2011

hide your arms posters

I’ve dropped the price of the 5th Anniversary HYA posters from £4 each to £2.50 each with the three-pack costing a mere £6. They are currently marked as being ‘on sale’ in the HYA store but I think that I might make this a permanent deal, we’ll see, hopefully this will persuade a few of you to get some of my lovely prints.

No reduction in shipping prices sorry, my postage charge is often at a loss at the moment anyway, so I really can’t lower them any more than I already have.


Fullbleed Series 11 Available Now

by Andy on June 10, 2011

fullbleed series 11

You gotta love Fullbleed, always comes up with the goods.


HYA charity posters

To be completely honest, the response to my ‘buy a HYA poster and I’ll give 50% to the Red Cross‘ promo hasn’t been that spectacular, so either you guys don’t like the posters or you don’t like Japan, there’s literally no other way that the lack of sales can be interpreted.

I really appreciate the people that have picked up a poster or two, they’ve been sent all the way around the world which is very cool and the feedback I’ve been getting has been great, but of course I’d like to sell more of them and send a nice big donation to the Red Cross. I’m going to be running the charity drive until the end of March (hell, I’ll even make it midhnight PST so that it’s the end of March for just about everyone), so if you were at all considering getting a HYA poster, now is the time to do it, because you’ll be getting the poster and helping the people of Japan at the same time. Oh, and there’s the coupon code TWITTER that will give you 10% off anything in the HYA store too.


New collection for 2011 at Akumu Ink

by Andy on March 15, 2011

new stuff from akumu ink

There’s so much new stuff at Akumu Ink that I thought the most effective way of showing you all their recent developments (they actually released this stuff more then 2 weeks ago) was to take a screengrab from their front page and let you take a look for yourself without me holding your hand, you’re all grown up!


Hide Your Arms posters are on sale!

by Andy on March 3, 2011

hide your arms posters

I am very excited about this, I had a feeling that the 5th anniversary posters were going to look good, but when I opened up the box of prints last night after a bit of an epic day I couldn’t believe how much I liked them. I look at stuff on a computer screen every day, and seeing designs like this on thick paper reminds me why print will (probably) never die, because it’s lovely.

I had hoped that I would be releasing 4 designs at the same time, but there has been an understandable delay with the 4th poster design, so I thought I would go ahead and release the first three because I’m an impatient man and if I waited much longer these would be the 6th anniversary posters.

Much like the HYA hoodies, I am very proud of these posters. I know they’re a bit outside the boundaries of what HYA stands for, but posters are cool, and these ones will look great on your wall. Milk & Eggs Co. were responsible for the two non-logo designs, “Five” & “Come Rain, Come Shine”, and I think they’ve done a very good job. I didn’t really give them much of a design brief other than to produce a design that related to Hide Your Arms in some way and might use the HYA colourway of blue and red, and somehow from that they managed to gleam enough inspiration to create these designs (and some others too, but these two are my favourites). I have decided that in this form the posters by Milk & Eggs Co. will be limited to a print run of 100 pieces each, it’s possible that I might use the designs for something else in the future because I really do like them, but as they are now they’ll be kept to 100 posters maximum per design. The logo poster is an open-ended print run, though at the end of this year if I print it again I’ll remove the 5th anniversary shield that is printed on the bottom right corner of that poster, so in that respect this version of the logo poster is limited to 2011.

The designs are digitally printed onto using nice and thick A3 sized 300gsm matt card stock. The three designs are available individually in the HYA store for what I believe is a very reasonable £4 each, or you can purchase all three together for £10, which for the mathematically challenged/lazy out there will give you a £2 saving over buying the posters individually.

All the posters will be rolled up and shipped in poster tubes as I feel this is the best way to minimise the chance of damage during transit. Thankfully due to the light weight of such a product it isn’t prohibitively expensive to ship the posters outside the EU, so hopefully I’ll be sending posters all over the world over the next few weeks. If you purchase one or more posters individually, or more than one pack (why not get one for a friend!), you will only be charged for shipping on the first poster/pack, so y’know… buy lots of posters in the HYA store.

As ever, your feedback is much appreciated, so please check out the posters in the store. If you have any questions let me know via your favourite social channel (comments on here, Twitter, or Facebook) and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.


beatles t-shirt

I know it’s blasphemy, but I don’t really care about the Beatles, I’ve never really looked too deeply into their body of work, sure, I don’t have anything against them, but I don’t really understand what the big deal is either.

Costiness=$20 Buy it at Go Ape Shirts


hideyourarms posters

This is a project I’ve been working on especially for the 5th anniversary, so there’s no better time to officially announce the “Hide Your Arms Limited Edition Poster Series” than today. Obviously there will be a ‘vanilla’ poster of the HYA logo, and those other two posters above have been created by the team over at Milk & Eggs Co. (they sent some others too but I thought I’d just share those for now because I haven’t decided which will be printed yet).

I really admire their work and was thrilled when they said they would participate in the series, and even happier when I saw the designs they produced. I will announce the other poster and it’s designer as soon as I have the design in my hands/inbox, and the posters will hopefully be on sale (with a couple going as comeptition prizes) within a couple of weeks. I haven’t quite decided on the amount of posters that I’m going to have printed, but it probably won’t be more than 100, but they will be legitimately limted editions (except for the regular logo poster), all numbered, and if I can get my signature to not look goofy I might even sign them too!

I am contemplating making this an ongoing series rather than just for the anniversary period, so if you can think of any designers you’d like to see involved let me know in the comments.

My apologies to this guy for stealing his poster mock, but the only other mockup kit I could find was by Go Media and I wasn’t prepared to drop $35 so I could do 3 mockups.

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fuzzy ink prints Our buddies over at Fuzzy Ink have taken quite a lot of their moustache themed designs, and put them onto 18″ x 24″ cover stock paper, so that in case you get bored of just wearing their tees, you can hang a lovely printed version on your wall too. Prints are $20 each and are shipped rolled.


25% off at Regan Smith Clarke today

by Andy on November 26, 2010

regan smith clarke black friday

Sale on store-wide, and every order at Regan Smith Clarke will receive that rather lovely looking poster free of charge. No coupon needed, discounts are already applied.


fullbleed series 10

Series 10… does that mean that Fullbleed is 10 years old? If so, wow, and well done Mr. Rob Dobi.


Get 25% off in the Black Rock Holiday Sale

by Andy on November 24, 2009


They may only sell two tees, but their prints and deck of cards look sweet, so if you want to pick up some goods from graphic designs version of Them Crooked Vultures (in that they’re a supergroup) then now would be a time.

Now need for a coupon code, discounts already applied.

Black Rock Collective Merchline store.


Concrete Hermit are in Tate Modern

by Andy on August 6, 2009


Whenever I visit the Tate Modern (I like walking along the South Bank when I’m in London, so I do pop in when I can), it reminds me that I know pretty much nothing about art. But then I get annoyed when people just trash the stuff in there because they don’t understand it, just because you don’t understand something doesn’t make it bad. I guess that’s the problem that can’t be avoided when an art gallery has a great position with a killer view and it’s free to enter, everyone’s going to go in whether they actually enjoy art or not. Still, everyone’s entitled to their opinion, and I’m just some guy on the internet who just said he knows nothing about art…

… so check out this awesome art that Concrete Hermit have got in Tate Modern! I haven’t mentioned Concrete Hermit for far too long, but this lack of HYA-exposure has somehow not stopped them from being noticed by the Tate Modern development team, who saw what Chris Knight (CH founder) was doing with artist collaborations and wanted to showcase that to a wider audience. It’s a good opportunity for CH and the artists that they work with, which in this case is the recognisable names of Anthony Burrill, Ian Stevenson and Andrew Rae.

Concrete Hermit

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