I haven’t reviewed a t-shirt in an extremely long time, so I think it’s time to change that. Today I’ll be reviewing T-shirts.com and the shirt that I received.
With a generic site name like T-shirts.com, I figured that the shop would primarily house novelty tees. I was correct in that assumption. Because of this, I’d like to focus my review on the website more than the shirt that I received. It’s just not possible to generalize the shop by one shirt, since the shop offers many different designs printed on different blanks by different printers.
With that said, if you like novelty tees, then T-shirts.com is a great place to shop! They have everything from band shirts to movie shirts to sports shirts. They even carry a bunch of different animal shirts, some of which are even more ridiculous than the unforgettable “Three Wolf Moon” design.
And for those who aren’t big on novelty shirts like me, you’ll be happy to hear that there are some artsy designs to browse through in the “Artist Designed” category. These include pieces by artists like Walmazan, Tasha Chapman, and Terry Fan. Read the rest of this entry »
As you can see, I’ve taken quite the hiatus from blogging. And although I’m no longer in the tee game (it has been over a year since my last post!), I wanted to start blogging again just for funsies. One of my buddies Regan Smith Clarke recently released his summer line, and it’s pretty solid!
My favorite product from this new release has got to be Unlucky Rabbit. The caption on the product page says it all – “Blind luck doesn’t exist. Just ask the ‘Unlucky Rabbit.’ Work hard. Make your own luck.” I’m a firm believer that you’re the only person who can make things happen for yourself, so this t-shirt design definitely speaks to me.
If you like this design, go check out all the other new goodies in the Regan Smith Clarke shop too! And if you’re in the NYC area, be sure to check out Renegade Craft Fair in Brooklyn this weekend, where RSC will be a vendor!
Cost: 25 bones
Since I was out of the country for about a month, I haven’t fully caught up with the tee world yet. That’s okay though. Baby steps.
For example, I haven’t shown you this wonderful new release from Doctor Hazmat yet. Greg Abbott did a great job with the character!
M.A.C. is back, and happier than ever. Why? Because it’s his day off! I wonder what he’s going to do. Probably just your everyday robot things: hanging out with his robot friends, eating good robot food, and drinking delicious robot beers.
A while back, I got a package form Perception Apparel, a company based in Virginia (represent!). It came nicely folded in a sealed plastic bag. I received a t-shirt called “Mind Over Matter,” and you will soon see why.
The title fits perfectly, no? I thought so, too. I really love this design, and it is one of the more “serious” pieces on the site. I’m not quite sure what the art direction of the brand is, as all of the designs are quite different from one another and there’s no one thing that ties them all together besides being labeled with “Perception.” Nonetheless, this is one sweet shirt and I am a fan of most of the other designs as well. Read the rest of this entry »
One of my favorite t-shirt artists is Yema Yema. I have a lot of her designs both from her store and from Tilteed. Her work is so unique, and I am always waiting for a new Yema Yema piece to add to my collection. Today I’m going to be reviewing something a little bit different from her. Instead of a regular t-shirt, here’s a baseball tee that she released on her site a while back. It’s called “We Are Robots” and it’s a 3/4 sleeve baseball tee.
What’s not to love about robots? You’ve got famous robots ranging from R2-D2 and C-3PO from Star Wars to Bender from Futurama. Robots are everywhere! This design is great because while there’s the main robot in the middle, there are lots of other fun characters and loads of details. Read the rest of this entry »
I recently got a great new tee to review from SplitReason. If you’re a geek or gamer, then you most likely have heard of this brand. If you haven’t, then where have you been shopping? This site is perfect for you!
The shirt that I received is called “Mega Mistake,” and it is one of their older designs. I think it has gotten several reprints since it was first made available on the site. I was never good at playing Mega Man X on my Super Nintendo, but that didn’t stop me from loving the game so much.
Here’s a look at the full tee. The print is rather small in comparison to what I’m used to wearing, but it’s still quite nice. The print feels good and the colors look great against the royal blue Alstyle shirt. Read the rest of this entry »