You used to be beautiful. You used to be my one and only. You used to be everything I asked for in a shirt site. And now, you peddle overdone crap like the shirt you’re offering today? You can find better done Facebook “Like” shirts at tourist traps around the world. I’m not even going to link it, out of fear of providing it one more sale. Feel free to check out shirt.woot.com if you want to see. I’ll be in the corner, weeping at the fate of a website that was once, by far, my favorite tee site, and how it has become a pale imitation of teefury.com.
I love me some robot shirts. The more destructive, the better. While we’re at it, why is it that robots only seem to attack big cities? Didn’t The Iron Giant teach us that robots are just as likely to land in the countryside? Unfortunately for the residents of Nathan Stillie’s "Firelight Cottage," the flamethrowing bot has decided to take their idyllic home and turn it into a a huge improvement on a Thomas Kinkade painting. Light, indeed.
Snag it while you can on Threadless!
Sometimes an image is just so odd, striking, or memorable that it demands to be worn. Tilteed is particularly good at producing shirts with images like these. Artist zackOlantern’s print “Neon Space Night” has something for everyone, from sci-fi fans, to literary geeks (come on, I can’t be the only person with memories of “Sir Gawain”) to t-shirt geeks with a hankering for something that will make them stand out.
This is a Tilteed limited, so you only have until tomorrow to get it!
Thank you to compete-tee-tion.com for tuning me in to today’s tee. A Better Tomorrow is a German tee site with some superb featured designs, and this week’s new print is particularly lovely. "Portrait Shirt" by Susann Gruell is a great example of how to take a stellar piece of artwork and place it on a shirt in a way that seems completely organic. The shirt’s flow, drawing the eye upward, its placement and shape, and simple gray-on-white color scheme seem as at home on a tee as they do on a sketchpad. This shirt is eye-catching and totally wearable.
I’m not usually a fan of comic book-style images on shirts (unless they’re parodies), but damn, Kyle Cobban’s "When the Moon Bleeds" is the film noiriest shirt I’ve ever seen. There’s so much mystery in the image, and it’s full of fantastic details that make for a fantastic t-shirt, as opposed to just a great design. Pick it up at Threadless!