Posts tagged as:

t0shirts

Akomplice’s Magic Plant Lookbook

by Andy on March 20, 2013






I guess that if you’re going to put (presumably magic) mushrooms on a t-shirt then your lookbook is going to need to look pretty weird.

Akomplice

{ 0 comments }

“Triangles Ahead” t-shirt by Glennz

by Andy on September 13, 2012

Post image for “Triangles Ahead” t-shirt by Glennz

“For years these warning signs have been misunderstood leaving countless victims caught in triangles. Always remember – if it looks like a wrong angle when your looking for a right angle, beware, it could be a triangle.” Nice work from Glennz as usual.

Costiness=$15.95 Buy it at Glennz

{ 0 comments }

antisparkle neon summer 2012



Do you like bright things? If so, good, because if there’s one word that you can use to describe this ‘Neon Shades’ collection from Antisparkle it is BRIGHT. With a name like that it’s hardly surprising that there’s plenty of neon amongst the tees, tanks and jewelry. The jewelry in particular is a nice addition to their store, I feel as if it rounds things out for them and provides something extra for potential customers.
[click to continue…]

{ 0 comments }

tshirt laundry




I’ve enjoyed the first series of Justified so much that I think that Mag’s Apple Pie has to be my pick of the week at Tshirt Laundry (I know, I’m behind on every popular TV show out there).

{ 0 comments }

Three new funny designs at SnorgTees

by Andy on March 16, 2012

funny snorgtees




I’m sure I’ve seen that Star Wars x Skyrim design somewhere before, or something similar at least. My favourite tee of the week at snorgtees is the “Every Day I’m Trufflin'” design, as someone that will put truffle oil on my pasta whether it needs it or not (…it always needs it) I wholeheartedly approve of that little piggy’s mission.

{ 0 comments }

Ninenuckles is a new clothing company based in the UK.

Aimed at the older bruised generation of skaters, slammers and the ones who don’t like big prints.

Andy: It’s quite hard to judge a company when they’re producing things like this that are quite minimal, the quality of the products makes so much more of a difference and that’s something we cannot judge from pictures alone, but I certainly like the idea of a company for skaters that don’t necessarily want to be quite as loud with their clothing.

This post was submitted by Tobias Hall.

{ 0 comments }

“Bird on a Record Player” by Chuck U

by Andy on January 5, 2012

bird on a record player  t-shirt




Good thing that Chuck U sent me an e-mail otherwise I never would have got to see this lovely shirt, or any of the other weird and wonderful designs in his store.

Costiness=$20 Buy it from Chuck U

{ 0 comments }

snorg tees model calendar




Let’s be honest, the girls of Snorg are not an unattractive bunch of models, and someone over there clearly realised that, and has created a calendar featuring them. One clever thing about the calendar is that each month of the calendar will give you a new coupon code to use on the site. It’s the gift that keeps on giving!

Nice bunch of shirts this week at snorgtees, I think my favourite of the bunch is the ‘instant human, just add coffee’ design, which is strange since I don’t drink coffee.

{ 0 comments }

New shirts and a new site from OMUNKY

by Andy on November 10, 2011

walrus t-shirt



Let’s be honest, a t-shirt store haven’t a new site isn’t massive news, as someone who has experienced the redesign process from the inside numerous times I know it feels like the most important thing in the world, but unless you’re Facebook you’re never going to get a massive amount of feedback or excitement even though you spent days and days obsessing over the tiniest pieces of code.

Their new site is an improvement, it looks nicer than the last version and there have been a load of new features introduced (faster checkout, new payment options, and a rewards programme).

New tee ‘Wet Walrus’ is gorgeous, definitely my favourite shirt that they’ve ever released, I love the colourway and the use of negative space is just gorgeous. The other release is ‘MUNKY Tree‘ which regular readers will notice isn’t new at all but actually a reprint that has been tweaked a bit. I like the idea of artists going back to older designs and giving them a refresh, there’s no point in being nostalgic about tee designs when people feel they can improve on them if their own talents have improved.

{ 1 comment }

“Right On” t-shirt by 5050Jam

by Andy on October 5, 2011

5050jam


I’m not really sure what the meaning is behind it, and I’d rather that the guy didn’t have a soul patch, but this is still a pretty cool shirt, I’d bet that it looks good on a person rather than a mockup. This shirt is part of 5050jam’s Autumn/Winter collection which I’ve shown above, I think that the ‘Right On’ shirt is probably the pick of the bunch and it’s very much a logo-based release, but if you like the shirt above the rest of the collection is worth a look.

$19.99 Buy it at 5050Jam

{ 0 comments }

“Gnome Garden” at Shirt.Woot today

by Andy on August 18, 2011

gnome garden shirt.woot t-shirt

Did any of you guys see Gnomeo & Juliet? I did. Not getting that hour and a half of my life back.

Shirt $10 at Shirt.Woot today.

{ 0 comments }

funland t-shirt

If Funland were a real place, I can totally imagine it having a shirt like this. In fact, I can totally imagine Funland, it’s the kind of place that would have been great in the 80s but people only go there now because they’re bored, and the thrill rides are only a thrill because you think they might actually kill you.

Costiness=$24 Buy it at High Score Society

{ 0 comments }

white stripes t-shirt

The e-mail I got about this says “this design pays a slight tribute to The White Stripes with its colorway and title, but other than that, it’s a humorous piece with a zebra stealing a sandwich.” I’m imagining that the designer was trying to think up a design that was actually about the White Stripes, but in his head all he could see was a zebra stealing someone’s sandwich.

This tee is $12 for the next couple of days, but unlike the usual “three days and it’s gone” system that Tilteed often employ this design will be heading into their regular catalogue where the price will jump to a still respectable $18.

{ 0 comments }

Ubiq loves Philly

by Andy on September 26, 2008


Yeah, you can expect me posting a lot of stuff about Philadelphia until I move there, so my apologies in advance for that, but the idea behind this design is actually pretty cool, so I guess you might let me off just this once.

In case you haven’t realised Ubiq have taken the logos of Philly’s four main sports teams and just about managed to make them look like their name. Fairly clever stuff, maybe I should buy one so that people in Philly might like me for something other than have a British accent.

Ubiq [via highsnobriety]

{ 1 comment }

Get smart with the Thesis WordPress Theme from DIYthemes.