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New tank-tops from Wear Liberty

by Matt on June 9, 2014

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Wear Liberty is my line of t-shirts based out of and inspired by the historical city of Philadelphia, PA. This summer I’m expanding my brand to include tank-tops and accessories like sunglasses and tote bags. I just released two brand new tank-tops and restocked a fan favorite. They’re all available at wearliberty.net. Use special discount code “hideyourarms” at checkout to receive 10% off your entire order!
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Review: Design By Hümans Collective

by Matt on February 8, 2013

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The DBH Collective was launched a few months ago and is now in full swing. According to it’s tagline from their site, the collective is: “Tees that illustrate your lifestyle, by a group of epic artists from around the globe, printed on whatever color you’d like.” It is exactly that, and more.

For as long as I’ve been following the online graphic t-shirt world, which is almost five years now, I’ve always considered Design By Hümans to be one of the best players in the game. Super soft and comfortable tees, incredible artwork from all the best artists, and massive screen prints that are executed perfectly. What more could you want?

More designs on more colors, obviously. And the DBH Collective is giving you just that. When it first rolled out, there were about 20 different artists included in the collective. Now there are over 55! I haven’t counted how many designs each artist has in their store, but the total number is surely a lot. And each of those being available on multiple different colors make the possibilities endless.

The Creative Directior of DBH, Mr. Craig Watkins aka Wotto, was nice enough to send me some samples of this new collective to check them out for this review. I’ll admit that I definitely had my doubts when DBH first announced they were doing DTG printing. As I mentioned, I consider them one of the best when it comes to screen printing, so I kind of thought it was a step down for them to start with DTG. But not surprisingly, they pulled it off bigger and better than anyone else. The shirts I received are easily the best DTG prints I’ve ever seen.

The first shirt I received was “The Baboon” by Mr-Nicolo. This bold and colorful print came to me on a black 100% cotton DBH Premium Tee. While I mentioned that the DBH Collective designs are all available on multiple colors, there are a few exceptions and this is one of them. The Baboon is only available on black. I would assume it’s probably because it doesn’t look as good on other colors, and further, the design itself contains a few of the colors that they offer for other DBH Collective pieces. Regardless, it looks great on black and the print is huge. As you can see, it takes up almost the entire front of the tee. Granted, I do wear a small and they probably don’t make the prints bigger for larger sizes, but that is a possibility. I’ll have to find out. Not only is the print big, but super soft. Even softer than a standard screen print, because of the DTG process they’re using for this collection.

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The next shirt I received was a piece by wotto himself, “An Ode To Wild Things 2″. This design depicts two characters from a book (and now a movie) we’re all familiar with. The main character Max, in his boat, atop one of the wild things! This one was sent to me on a turquoise shirt, which I think was the perfect choice for this beautiful illustration. Again, the print is very large and super soft.

www.lindsayrebecca.com

So if it wasn’t obvious, I highly recommend checking out the DBH Collective. Tons of never-before-seen designs on new colors, and you get to choose what combination you like. Wotto and the huge group of awesome artists over at Design By Hümans are always doing new and great things, and this is just another one to add to the list. What will they come up with next?

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Looking to buy some awesome tee designs?

by Matt on November 6, 2012

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Wotto has some for sale. If you follow the t-shirt world at all, you have probably seen his work. With his very original and awesome doodle style, wotto’s characters bring every t-shirt he designs to life. Some cute, some cuddly, some crazy, some scary. But whatever the case may be, you can’t go wrong with a wotto.

He just posted nine new designs that are all for sale over at the wotto’s tee designs for sale blog. Pick them up and print them before someone else does!

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Calavera III by Wotto at Design By Hümans

by Matt on April 25, 2012

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Wotto + Day of the Dead = awesome

I know first hand, cause I wear his beautiful artwork on a daily basis. In the past 15 months, I have been a part of two restaurant openings, both of which are Mexican and Day of the Dead themed. When I got hired to open the first one, Cantina Feliz, I was wearing wotto’s “Dead Head” hoodie from Tilteed and the owners asked me, “Did you wear that on purpose?” I hesitated, said no, then yes. Long story short, I brought on Wotto to design two staff t-shirts for each restaurant which have now become conversation pieces at both locations. La Calaca Feliz, the newer of the two, has been doing very well since it’s opening in January 2012. If you live around Philly and like Mexican, I definitely recommend checking them out. And if you come in, ask for me :)

But what I really wanted to mention was Wotto’s shirt of the day at Design By Hümans. “Calvavera”, which means skull in Spanish, is Mr. Watkins 12th win, putting him up there with the most printed designers at DBH. His doodle style and the Mexican Dia De Los Muertos art go perfect together. This print looks great on the charcoal heather DBH premium blend, as well as the cute blonde model pictured above. (wotto – hook me up!) Only $15 if you buy it today and well worth it.

 

 

 

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Huggably Infectious are very, very new and have already captivated me (not only because I love their name), but simply because of the eight Wotto doodle-style tees they are offering and at a really great price. If you like bright colors and designs full of character, then these fresh, huggable tees are right up your alley!

Buy – Huggably Infectious Cost – $12.00
Keep up with Huggably Infectious on Facebook and Twitter

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Wotto makes me want to smile with his creative (and always cute) designs. Here’s one for us ladies featured at a new company called, CottonBlend Apparel. This sweet tee, titled Longing to Be There, is one that Wotto himself says is “inspired by long distance relationships and wanting to be somewhere or with someone.” …Awww.

Cost: €24.95 Buy it: CottonBlend

Keep up with Wotto: Twitter, Facebook, SHOP, Blog
Check out CottonBlend: Twitter, Facebook

 

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T-shirt News for January 20th

by Andy on January 20, 2012

stand by me t-shirt

Thank you TeeFury commenters for explaining to me that this is a Stand By Me t-shirt.


I am rarely a fan of Shirt.Woot‘s art shirts, and this design doesn’t convince me otherwise.


Scooby Doo t-shirt at RIPT today.


The cool thing about this Shirt Punch tee is that parts of it glow in the dark, cool to see a Totoro shirt as well, Mrs. HYA would love this one.


I couldn’t really get into Spartacus: Blood and Sand, it was all a bit too much for my tastes, even the lure of Xena’s boobs wasn’t enough to keep me watching! This shirt is from The Yetee.


Like many people, I’m well over the ‘Keep Calm’ meme, but this OtherTees shirt made me laugh.


24tee really do love The Big Lebowski.


It’s another Star Wars vacation design from TeeMinus24.


It’s been a while since I posted a Wotto design, good to see him back in action at DBH.


Hey look, Tilteed are selling this tee by a.mar.illo again.


Mint Magazine have an interview with prolific t-shirt artist Drew Millward.



Craig Robson has added some new posters to his store, Daggers For Teeth.


Buy two get one free with the coupon code TRIPLETHREAT at BustedTees.


New arrivals at YourEyesLie.


Tee Gazette are giving away a shirt from LIES and FILTH.


Buy one get one free on everything in the Plain Lazy store.

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A couple of new Wotto tees at Jimmy Fresh

by Andy on October 19, 2011

Jimmy Fresh


I don’t think I’ve actually checked out Jimmy Fresh and their adorable chick mascot before, though I’m sure I’ve heard the name around. Both really nice shirts from Wotto, both available now for $17.

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Tilteed: The Family Tree

by randyotter on August 26, 2011

The Family Tree

So we have Wotto back already and hell that is never a bad thing! The most surprising thing for me is seeing someone make the brown shirt work, which in my opinion can be a tough deal. Full of cheeky little details like the dead birds in the ground all the way to the eggs at top this is a concept taken that step further than most people would go which in itself is reason enough for this tee to be printed up!

Buy now at Tilteed

Post by guest blogger Randyotter

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Tilteed: The Very Greedy Caterpillar II

by randyotter on August 8, 2011

THE VERY GREEDY CATERPILLAR II

In this tee Wotto has taken a wonderfully coloured childhood classic and re-imagined it with a single colour design showing cute but strangely creepy elements placed throughout his body, in a way it almost feels like a metaphor for growing up but we don’t want to get too deep on our first post hey!

The artwork fits the subject matter brilliantly with a purposeful naivety about it. I think a super perfect vector design would have taken something away from the overall image .

It will be interesting to see people’s faces light up when they recognize their favourite childhood book and then watch their expression slowly change  as they realise all is not as it should be.

Buy now at Tilteed

Post by guest blogger Randyotter

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9fountains t-shirts

Singapore’s top t-shirt design competition, 9Fountains (I’m pretty sure there are no others in Singapore?), recently released 8 new designs and I must say that I am thoroughly impressed by the level of quality that they have achieved. Their mission is help promote artists from Singapore and the rest of Asia and I think it’s fair to say that they’re trying hard with their goal, with only two of the winning designs coming from outside Asia, one of which was of course a Wotto piece (no design competition is complete without Wotto).

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wotto x luckymule

Never heard of Luckymule before, but the shirts showed up on Wotto‘s Flickr feed and they’re the typical Wotto goodness so I’m certainly glad I got to them eventually. From what I can tell men can only get a hold of the grey tee, whereas women can pick up all three. Shirts are $20 a pop.

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wotto ghost t-shirt tilteed

At the time of writing you’ve got less than a day and a half to pick up this spooky collage design by prolific t-shirt designer Wotto at Tilteed.

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Introducing The Deader Head t-shirt design by Wotto. This design was inspired by Wotto’s recent move to California and his love for all things Mexican, including the food! The Deader Head is a 3-color hand screen print with water-based inks on American Apparel 2001 heather grey t-shirts.

http://unknownartifact.com/shop/the-deader-head/

Use the coupon code WOTTO15 at checkout to get The Deader Head t-shirt for less than $12. Many thanks for your interest.

Best Regards,
CJ

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[Andy: Thanks for the submission CJ, cool tee!]

This post was submitted by CJ.

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Wotto is on Thirtee, sweet!

by Andy on April 6, 2011

wotto thirtee

If you have Greg Abbott on your site during the first month, it kind of follows that you have to have one of the other best known names in the indie tee business to takeover during your second month. Throughout April the cute designs of of Craig ‘Wotto‘ Watkins will be taking up residence at Thirtee, where you can pick up any of the 10 available designs for the ridiculously reasonable price of $12 a pop.

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“Funkytime” by Wotto at Funkrush

by Andy on January 24, 2011

funkytime by wotto

When you combine two excellent things like Wotto and Funkrush there was pretty much no way that this design could go wrong.

Costiness=£20 Buy it at Funkrush

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12 days of tees at new standard clothing

I just realised that I was meant to post about this deal last Monday, but fear not because you haven’t really missed out on anything as far as I’m aware. For 12 days New Standard Clothing having been adding a new tee for $15 (with free shipping) by some well known artists from the t-shirt world. Considering their their usual tees cost $25, it’s a really good deal. I’m fairly sure that the previous days tees are still available at $15, so there’s still time to pick up the shirts I should have been mentioning last week.

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Ropeadope Design Collective, act quick!

by Andy on December 11, 2010

ropeadope design collective

Ropeadope have put together a really nice collection of artists (Wotto, Seibei, Yema Yema, amongst others) and got them to make some equally nice t-shirts. Problem is, they all went on presale a while back, and the pre-sale will end on December 13th, and even Ropeadope aren’t sure if they’ll sell them after that, so you guys have only got a couple of days to decide if you wanna pick one, or two, or more shirts up. Totally, my fault, sorry I didn’t get on it earlier.

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Tilteed have a Wotto hoodie!

by Andy on November 3, 2010

tilteed wotto hoodie

If I know my Tilteed history, and I think I do, this is the first hoodie that they have released, and that’s one sweet design to put onto it. They actually leaked this hoodie onto their Flickr page last week but I didn’t want to spoil the surprise and share it too early, so in typical Andy style I’m now letting you know about it a couple of days late, you’ve still got about 24 hours to pick it up though!

The hoodie, printed on an American Apparel Fleece, will set you back $32 (though it may end up going into their catalogue at $39, I don’t know).

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Monsterous by Wotto at Tilteed

by Andy on September 21, 2010

monster collage wotto

Ahhhh Wotto, is there anything he can’t turn into a collage of things that I’d want to wear?

This design marks wotto’s 7th at Tilteed, so it’s hardly surprising that their interview with him is informal and all the better for it, it’s definitely worth checking out.

Costiness=$12 Buy it at Tilteed (you’ve got 2 days from the time of posting before it goes to the big tee warehouse in the sky)

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