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You know you’ve made it when you’re a question on a game show, it’s also interesting that it was a $2,500 question, since that suggests that the answer should be fairly common knowledge. I wonder if the woman got the answer right?

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Free shipping at Threadless… WORLDWIDE

by Andy on February 26, 2013

I can’t remember the last time that this happened, but Threadless are offering free shipping worldwide when you spend $50 or more and use the coupon code SHIPSHIPHOORAY. U.S. customers can also get free shipping with a spend of $25 or more. There’s no end date set for this promo yet, but don’t expect it to be around if you settle down for a little Sunday shopping.

Of course, if you spend $50+ on Threadless gear and you’re in the Uk you’re still going to get ht with a customs charge, but they’re hardly responsible for that.


$5 shirts at Threadless, go nuts!

by Andy on February 13, 2013

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Some pretty good tees in available for less than I pay for a pint at my local. Go get a $5 tee now.


The Illustrated Mind at Margin London

by Margin London on January 23, 2013

The Illustrated Mind by Boy Parker at Margin London
There are many t-shirt brands out there, with new ones launching every week it seems, but not all can say they have their own focus group and testing ground. Boy Parker, the independent store in Brighton on the Sussex coast, can claim just that, as they’re able to get an instant reaction to any new design from the stream of on-trend students that frequent the seaside town.

Having perfectly honed their season’s collection, Boy Parker then unleash their brand The Illustrated Mind, which brings together the work of artists from diverse backgrounds, and offer it to other stores to carry safe in the knowledge the range contains the best selling designs.

Their quirky prints and unique illustrations add a well-received surrealism to their range and distinguishes The Illustrated Mind from many other brands.

The Illustrated Mind started in 2011 and has steadily built their range, their group of collaborating artists, and their stockists ever since.

The Illustrated Mind by Boy Parker at Margin London

The new season’s range will be on display to buyers and press exclusively at Margin, the London trade exhibition in February 2013. The Illustrated Mind first debuted their range at Margin back in February 2011 and are returning in February 2013 to unveil their latest designs.

Renowned amongst key buyers and press as the launchpad for new brands, Margin has been providing an affordable platform for new brands since 2002.

Boy Parker is an independent store in Brighton, Sussex, that specialises in tees from brands including Lazy Oaf, Threadless, Brandt, My Yard, Paper Root, DeadBuryDead, and many others.

For more info and a look around the store, watch the Boy Parker Shop Tour Video created by Margin.

The Illustrated Mind will be exhibiting at Margin in February 2013 which takes place on the 10th & 11th, and you can find Boy Parker who distribute the range on Facebook here.


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Oh, and there’s free shipping at Threadless if you spend $60+ (U.S. shipping), or us international folks can get $9.50 flat rate if we spend $75+.


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The Threadless book is fun, and now you can get it for ‘free’ by spending $20 or more in a single order using the coupon code FREEBOOK. I have no clue how long that coupon code will be live for, and if you’re wondering what the book is, check out my review from a couple of years ago.

[Via: Jake Nickell’s Tumblr]


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When I saw that Threadless were selling a t-shirt in support of Philippine flood relief I wondered if AJ Dimarucot would be behind the design, and of course he is, which is good because that virtually guaranteed that this shirt would be great. 100% of net proceeds from sales go to Architecture for Humanity’s Philippines Floods Response Program. You can find the shirt here, please don’t click on the first link to Threadless in this post, that’s an auto-link to my affiliate link and I don’t think it would be right for me to make money out of a charity tee.


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Pretty hefty coupon code from Threadless for your enjoyment. Let’s be honest, it’s pretty easy to spend $20 at Threadless so I don’t think it’s much of a barrier for you to breach. Use the coupon code MAY30 before May 7th at 10am (CT) to receive the discount.


Funkalicious – Screen Printing Process

by Mr Four Fingers on May 2, 2012

Threadless - Funkaliscious

Quite a nice short video by Threadless showing the screen printing process of Funkalicious. Design printed by Target Decorated Apparel. You can buy the printed version over at Threadless.

Screen Printing of Funkaliscious


threadless coupon code

Remember back in the day when Threadless coupon codes were really rare and they’d give you about $1 off your order? Yeah, I prefer the current version where they seem to have a sale or some kind every other week. Use the coupon code APRIL25 before 10am (CST presumably) on April 23rd and you’ll get 25% off your order, providing you spend $25 or more of course. There’s a few exclusions for you to have to be aware of too:

Exclussions: Code does not apply to Other Stuff (non-clothing) items, UNICEF, College, Labs, Select, Causes, or new tees from Made by: artists Lim Heng Swee, David Fleck, Matheus Lopes, or Esther Aarts


Daily t-shirt releases for April 13th

by Andy on April 13, 2012

star wars t-shirt

Fun Star Wars shirt at TeeFury today.

A quite excellent Turtles shirt at Shirt.Woot.

Here’s a Supernatural shirt that I don’t really care about from RIPT.
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zombies defeat pandas parody

Turns out I was backing the right horse all along, as the pandas have triumphed, trouncing the competition to win the Threadless election.

As far as election tees go, I was impressed by the selection Threadless offered, so many election year parody shirts age themselves by adding a date or something that might not necessarily make sense in more than a year, but by picking solid themes they’ve created some fun, attractive shirts that you’ll be able to wear after November.

(Zombie pic nabbed from here, original photo public domain… probably)


T-shirt news for March 21st

by Andy on March 21, 2012

Doctor Who t-shirt

Thankfully the comments over at TeeFury explained to me that this is something to so with Doctor Who, the Tardis at the top should have been a bit of a clue as well though.

This Star Wars based design at Shirt.Woot is one of my favourites from them for quite some time.

Spiderman gets some attention at RIPT.

Doctor Who turns up at Qwertee.

I like this Shirt Punch design so much I might actually buy it, Mars U straight from the Futurama universe.

The nerd hive arrives at

That is one depressing Pluto t-shirt at 24tee (apparently it has something to do with 4chan).

Wow, very nice skull shirt from DBH today.

Made in the Now take a look at a painting that people used to think was a Van Gogh knockoff that it turns out is the real deal.

Dead Head gets another run out at Tilteed.

VNM added some patches to their store.

Great interview with Jake Nickell of Threadless about how they are dealing with partnerships. It’s fascinating to hear about how these things really work and so refreshing to hear honesty and openness from a company of their size.

RIPT have added five free shirts to the raffle for the Boston Tee Party.

TeeMadness2012 is open for voting now.

Here’s a cat wearing a t-shirt.

This Led Zeppelin t-shirt is up for $14,000 on eBay. Vintage tees scare me a bit, so much money in so little cotton!

Something tells me this Chinese guy doesn’t know what’s written on his shirt, or he does, which could be more concerning.

You know you’ve got great friends when they make you a shirt to celebrate your vasectomy. Look at that grimace, he KNOWS that picture was going to end up getting spread around on the internet.

New Actual Pain has dropped at Street Casuals, those guys do have a lot of releases, don’t they?

Akomplice have released their Spring 2012 lookbook.

Spend $40+ at ThinkGeek and get $10 off with the coupon code SHATNER.


T-shirt News for March 20th

by Andy on March 20, 2012

$6 teefury t-shirts

$6 grab bag shirts at TeeFury today.

‘ProCATStination’ slows things down at Shirt.Woot.

‘Strum Trooper’ Star Wars t-shirt is up at RIPT.

Totoro makes an appearance at Qwertee, my lady will be pleased.

Even though in the description at Shirt Punch it says that this is something to do with SBSP I still don’t know what this is about, help please!

Grim Fandango shirt at The Yetee.

Sherlock Holmes x Doctor Who at OtherTees.

24tee have a spiffy new site design, but today’s shirt isn’t for me.

Tshirt Contest have a shirt about monkey’s in space.

I like that bear, good work DBH.

Election year = election parody tees, this Stewart/Colbert one is $10 instead of $20 today at BustedTees.

Apparently March 20th is a day when millions of Americans plan to abstain from eating meat, who knew? T-shirt from Made in the Now.

This shirt at Tilteed may not be new, but it’s certainly new to me, and that is refreshing.

Springleap have teamed up with a The Glass Recycling Company to find a t-shirt design that illustrates the positive impacts of recycling glass.

Teecraze have an interview with t-shirt artist Nik Holmes.

In case you missed it, there’s a $9.99 Threadless sale going on right now.

Some guy on Reddit made a funny shirt for his Grandpa.

Some guy on Reddit wore a shirt that pokes fun at stereotypes.

Some guy on Reddit was watching the 1998 TV show Felicity and noticed this funny kerning t-shirt. are holding an Adventure Time cupcake challenge.

A few new HUF tees have dropped at Street Casuals.


T-shirt News for March 13th

by Andy on March 13, 2012

firefly t-shirt

Serenity/Firefly tee up at TeeFury.

I tried to make nacho cheese a couple of weeks ago, it was hideous, America, what are you thinking with that stuff? Shirt.Woot.

TMNT meets Queen in this unexpected mashup at RIPT.

I don’t think I ever considered that I’d post a horror Mary Poppins t-shirt, but Qwertee have filled in that gap.

Goonies in the style of Peanuts anyone? Shirt Punch.

24tee may have posted this previously, but it still made me smile, it’s just so bold!

Hmmm, I get the feeling that I haven’t seen the episode of Community that this TeeRaiders shirt is referring to.

Tusken Raiders new in at Tshirt Contest. Can anyone else think of a place that they’ve seen this concept before, I’m sure I’ve seen it elsewhere?

That’s pretty cool, DBH.

“Don’t use the Z word” is a Shaun of the Dead shirt up at GraphicLab for the rest of the week (I’m glad the lateness of this design was just a blip, I was a little worried about them).

Made in the Now have a shirt about love letters that recently went on display at a museum in California sent by Richard Nixon to his future bride.

Tilteed have an old shirt with a massive anteater on it.

Emma Stone hates cancer, possibly likes Star Wars.

Jake Nickell has a good blog post about why Threadless exists.

To celebrate 4 years of having his own store Glennz is offering a massive 40% off until Friday with the coupon code gt4years.

TwinSrpnt are offering 25% of tees all this month.

This is a dog wearing a t-shirt.

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Pandas Dominating the Threadless Election!

by Andy on March 13, 2012

My spies within Threadless have passed me a document in a manilla envelope containing some interesting figures, a week after a blistering launch to the campaign (and a rousing speech from a handsome blogger), team Panda holds a lead over the competition.

I doubt that Hide Your Arms is responsible for that domination, but it’s good to know that the voting public out there are making the correct and obvious choice.

Vote panda!


Mathiole – Terror Vincit Omnia

by Mr Four Fingers on March 8, 2012


By now you will have probably seen or heard about Matheus Lopes Castro, AKA Mathiole. He has no doubt been posted here a few times, well I know he has. Mathiole is a blady t-shirt design machine, I think he has over 20 wins at Threadless and is working towards the same number over at DBH.

But as this is a recent purchase, I figured I would drop a few lines.

This design is entitled Terror Vincit Omnia, a name that is certainly hard to remember and actually means Ruled by Fear.Supposedly it the first design on Threadless to feature nipples. So now you have nipples and a satanic priest  combo (I think)

I was keen on getting a t-shirt from Threadless as they print on Fruit of the Loom and I was interested in seeing the quality, as the FOTL that I have are heavyweight. However the fabric feels way to soft for FOTL, so I will have to investigate further.

Grab this some Terror over at Threadless for $20 and their post is faster than they let on. Saying this, when you visit Threadless, the guys t-shirt overview shows this T as £12.50. So not sure now.


threadless election t-shirts

I have been standing on the sidelines in this years election season, as a Brit you could say that is fair enough, I have no business meddling in the affairs of American politics, and I have to respect your process. Be that as it may, I can no longer hold my tongue regarding such an important issue, on what could be a pivotal day in US history, Super Tees Day.

Now, I know all the kids are into robots, zombies, vampires, and ninjas; yes, they are all truly awesome in their own unqiue ways, but there is of course a dark side to each and every one of those candidates.

Vampires may have strong and well thought out policies on blood donation, but they have lost their way in recent years, becoming soft, sparkly, not holding true to their beliefs, and becoming strangely besotted with Kristen Stewart. Can you really trust someone with that kind of record as a flip flopper?

Zombies aren’t much better, they only want one thing and that is to tear this country and your flesh apart, and we must halt this slow march to the White House before it has a chance to gather momentum.

Robots? You think that just because we created them they will do our bidding? Ask any parent and they will tell you that this is just not the case at all, and if it doesn’t work with teenagers why would it work with machines? Anyway, isn’t the real issue here who is behind the robots? Whose pulling the strings? Is it the vampires? I’m not saying it is but don’t you think it’s funny that no one else is asking these questions, no one is saying they aren’t true, no one has come out to say that the vampires have formed a coalition with robots and are manipulating them behind the scenes to overthrow the status quo in this country and fundamentally change the way that we go about our daily lives? But hey, I’m just one man, no need to listen to the crazy man connecting all these little things and seeing the bigger picture.

Let’s take a closer look at the ninjas… actually they’re pretty cool, they wear black and throw pointy stars at people. Still, I wouldn’t really want to be governed by someone that would kill me in my sleep, and I doubt you would either.

So where does this leave us? Trying to pick between the best of a bad situation? No. There’s a better choice and a better way for us all, someone that can lead this nation towards the light and make us great again.

Pandas. Pandas with milk mustaches. Pandas casually doing pull ups on a tree branch because that body doesn’t just take care of itself. Pandas sneezing and scaring their parents. Pandas doing yoga. There is literally nothing that a panda does that isn’t adorable, cute, hilarious, or inspiring.

Pandas have a strong defense policy that will protect our borders, allow them to roam free and they are peaceful animals, but pen them in, prod them with a stick or invade their space and they will defend themselves, their family, and their country. Some say that the highly intelligent panda is elitist, accusing him of preferring arugula to the traditional bamboo, come on, just because a bear is educated and likes a peppery salad leaf does not make him elitist, it makes him an individual, and the right choice in this election, so go to the polls and vote panda.

Threadless are running a these special tees over the next month to try and make the long hard run to the polls in the US election a bit more fun, and I’m delighted that they asked HYA to be involved. I’ll be coming up with silly posts over the next few weeks, if you can give me any reasons why pandas are awesome and everything else sucks please do let me know in the comments.


Seeing this video makes me feel a little bit bad that I keep all the HYA writers locked in a dungeon and I sent them coal for Christmas (I’m kidding, I’m kidding, they got nothing for Christmas). Seriously though, the video above is an excellent primer for someone that’s never heard of Threadless before, it gets across what they do (crowdsource designs), how they do it, and the spirit in which the company is run. Of course, if you’re reading HYA then chances are you’ve heard of Threadless at least once in the past, but it’s still a fun little video. [via Troundup]


T-shirt News for February 27th

by Andy on February 27, 2012

doctor who t-shirt

This is definitely one of the better Doctor Who designs that I’ve seen for a while from TeeFury, very nice work indeed.

Ninja chameleon from Shirt.Woot, ha!

Zelda gets a new mashup at RIPT.
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