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.
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.
Today we have a guest post from Catie DeBates at T-Shirts.com. She’ll be discussing the recent trend of band shirts becoming more popular. Continue on to read her thoughts.
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.
The headline of this post is the motto of a new clothing brand named 2600 Strange Ave. A summer cruise with close friends birthed the line, which mocks that latest craze of expensive t-shirts with tattoo-like designs made popular by Ed Hardy. I’ve had a particular disdain for this style of shirt so it’s a relief to see that I’m not alone.