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firefly quote t-shirt

As someone that hasn’t watched Firefly I can’t really go deep into explaining what’s going on with this shirt, but I would presume that this is a quote, and quite a nice one at that.

Costiness=£16.11 Buy it at RB


know your worth t-shirt by winkyboo

Winky Boo‘s getting inspirational and deep with this new Know Your Own Worth t-shirt for Men & Women. This will be the second time around with a typography type design for Winky Boo – our first being the A Life In Progress series which was very popular. Know Your Own Worth will come in a women’s style & a separate men’s style (no unisex), both in similar dark grey heather colors with that strong, bold font. Promoting positive self-esteem and self-worth is the goal with this t-shirt – all in all relating to the Winky Boo brand mantra of remembering how fun and inspirational life was when we were in our youth. How we were happy and positive, fun-loving kids that were just amazed and impressed by everyone and everything. We were so innocent and so care-free and weren’t yet crushed by the negatives in this world. Inspire yourself to remember that with our Know Your Own Worth t-shirt!!

Andy: Funny to see Amy submit a post instead of just writing a post herself, but I think she was worried about HYA becoming the WinkyBoo blog this week with all the news and releases that they’ve got going on. This particular design is on pre-sale until Friday night.


everyones a dj t-shirt

I like the way that the guy has an iPad in the promo pic, as I’m sure there are apps out there that do a good job of making anyone who has a few MP3s do a passable impression of a DJ.

Costiness=$27 Buy it at PLB’s store.


coriander ruined my salad

I heartily concur with this message; not that I eat a lot of salads, but when I do I don’t want to find a herb masquerading as a salad leaf.

Americans will need to substitute the word ‘cilantro’ for ‘coriander’.

Costiness=£14.99 Buy it at Yes No Maybe

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random objects

Very cool release from Random Objects, I like the idea of releasing a pair of shirts that work together but are also strong as a standalone shirt. The crew-neck is a nice addition to their catalogue too, nice to see them straying away from shirts for a change. Tees are $23 each and the crew-neck will leave a $43 hole in your wallet.


“No Guts No Glory” logo t-shirt

by Andy on September 10, 2011

no guts no glory t-shirt

I like it when a company releases a logo shirt that doesn’t require you to really be a fan of the brand to want to buy the shirt, something no doubt made easier by ‘no guts no glory’ being a well known phrase, but that doesn’t stop me thinking that this is a damn fine t-shirt.

Costiness-£20 Buy it at NGNG


keep calm and carry on t-shirt

Trust A Better Tomorrow to bring out a refreshing take on what is one of the most over-done t-shirts of the past couple of years.

Costiness=€22 (early bird price) Buy it at A Better Tomorrow


war is over toy story wrongwroks t-shirt

Thinking about it, I haven’t mentioned Wrongwroks in quite some time, even though they have been cranking out the releases at the usual rapid fire pace, I don’t know when Tony finds the time to sleep.


frank & jan – 2011 from frank & jan on Vimeo.

As is the fashion, Frank & Jan got some attractive people to wear their new shirts and just hang out whilst being filmed, cut it together with some nice music and called it a lookbook video. This latest release include some really great slogan/typography t-shirts, definitely worth checking out.


knowledge t-shirt

I like the way that Random Objects create their shirts based upon inspiring phrases, with this particular phrase coming from the mouth of a Mr. John Naisbit (hopefully I’ve linked the correct guy).

They also recently released Carpe Diem in a spiffy green colorway, Underpaid as a tank top, and CMYK has been brought out of retirement. That should be enough to make a nice dent in your bank account.

Costiness=$23 Buy it at Random Objects


let's get ready to rumple t-shirt

If you’re British, those words only conjure one thing in your mind now. PJ and Duncan, dammit.

Costiness=€14 Buy it at More More More


in good we trust

Usually I’d just link straight to No Star instead of going through BustedTees, but since BT are offering this tee at such a low price I thought that it didn’t make much sense to get the shirt from the source, and when I went over to check I don’t think it’s even on sale at No Star. I really like this saying, I wish it was in the lexicon more than ‘in God we trust’, not necessarily because of my heathen atheist beliefs but because I think people often forget the amount of good that there is in the world and that usually people would rather help than hinder you.

Costiness=$10 Buy it at BustedTees

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branded baron

Branded Baron have dropped their winter line, with a sweater ($40), a hoodie ($40) and a few tees ($20) in it, which pretty much covers everything you’ll want for the chilly season and the summer. However, you’re probably thinking it would be nice if the prices were just a little bit lower (even though they aren’t exactly gouging you as is), say 15% lower?

Good news! You can save 15% by using the coupon code hideyourarms at the checkout. I think that coupon code has no expiry associated with it, which is nice.


everything is artificial t-shirt

Do I understand and appreciate art? No, but I try to, so I’m not being a completely pretentious tool by posting this rather lovely t-shirt.

Costiness=$25 Buy it at BeeHigh


lion for a day t-shirt by random objects

I read the quote on this shirt and I was all like “yeah, fuck yeah!” and then about two seconds later I realised that being a metaphorical lion is sooo much harder than being a metaphorical sheep. Sure, I try not to let the crowd influence me too much, but sometimes lots of people are doing the same thing because it’s a good thing to do, no need to be a lion about it and rip their throats out for enjoying grass.

…. I don’t get the quote.

Costiness=$20 Buy it at Random Objects


heads I win grey t-shirt

I like this t-shirt, but I can’t help but grimace a little bit at the use of ‘U’ instead of ‘you’. I know they’ve only done it to balance the design and not make it bottom-heavy, but I’m one of those rare people that doesn’t even like to use ‘u’ when I’m writing texts.

Costiness=$17.99 Buy it at Artist Sturctured Apparel

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Oh Boston Cream by… Boston Cream

by Andy on June 23, 2010

boston cream t-shirt

I wish when I was in America I’d had the time to visit Boston, I bet it would have been wicked awesome.

Costiness=$19.50 Buy it at Boston Cream


Nice to Cuddle by Regal Clothing

by Andy on September 25, 2009


This feels like a nice tee to post on a Friday, it’s fun, has a nice message, and despite me not being a pink print kind of guy (as I mentioned earlier this week), I think that the light blue and pink go really well together.

Costiness=£17.50 Available from Regal Clothing


As well as the tees above, if you spend $24 or more at No Star Clothing before the end of the month you can knock 35% off your order by using the coupon code TURKEY.

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The obligatory Barack Obama post

by Andy on November 6, 2008

I stayed up all last night watching the historic events unfold across the Atlantic, even if it meant that I didn’t eventually get to bed after 6:30am French time, but it was very much worth it to hear Obama’s first speech as President elect of the United States of America.

This design has been doing the rounds today, and with good reason. The tee is by Print Liberation, a group that have a knack of producing tees that manage to look both retro-inspired and really fresh at the same time. Also, I feel like their tees are the kind that just look good when you’re wearing them, and that they can be matched up with pretty much anything.

Costiness=$22 Buy it from Print Liberation


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