Firefly is a new clothing company that has a small selection of high quality designs. The primary theme of the their clothing is to “provoke though of creativity, self-improvement, environment, technology, art and so forth.”
Here’s a selection of t-shirts that is quite outside the norm. PRAUD, which stands for Progress Research in Architecture Urbanism and Design, has a store of shirts featuring designs relating to research they are performing in several cities around the globe.
Now here’s a fresh take on t-shirt design! T-Post is a company that has taken a monthly magazine subscription and mashed it up with t-shirts. What does this mean exactly? It means when you sign up for a subscription (27 euro) you get a new shirt every month. Not only does it have a new illustration on the front, but if you turn the shirt inside out you get an article on the inside!
Larry Armstrong has informed me of a shirt he’s designed entitled “The Realm of Every Game” which is now available for purchase on shirt.woot. It’s got great illustration and the theme is right up my alley, poking fun at cliched level design of games current and past.
Continuing with their theme of focused novelty shirt brands, Amorphia Apparel has come up with a great concept called Teach the Controversy. It pokes fun at the campaign of the same name from the Discovery Institute that seeks to promote teaching Intelligent Design alongside Evolution in public schools.
Since my last update on Arteefact they’ve launched a new design for their site. It looks great, and the best part is that it’s filled with some brand new designs!
I was recently contacted by someone from Crazy Dog T-Shirts saying they are celebrating the appearance of spring with a coupon code lasting until the end of summer. Enter ICEPOP to receive $5 off any purchase. They have some really great shirts and I would definitely take a look.
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Crunchy Badger is one of the latest shirt shops I’ve been informed of. They’re just starting up but they already have a good selection of designs. Included in these designs are a handful of movie quote shirts that are very unique.
Arteefact is a new t-shirt shop that specializes in using vinyl transfers for their designs instead of other more traditional methods. Each time an order is placed a shirt is made before shipping. This means they’re doing their own plotting, weeding, and transferring by hand! The result is a work of art custom made just for you.
Bodybuilding shirts aren’t something I would typically blog about, but I had to make an exception for MuscleFire. A few things jumped out at me about them, in particular the quality of their designs. Their primary logo, the MuSkull, is a great illustration and I would wear it even if I was nowhere near a free weight.