Posts Tagged ‘black’
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 »
Today I’m going to be doing a review of a shirt that I got from doubleHelix. DoubleHelix is a science inspired clothing company based in San Francisco, CA. When I first heard of the brand I was immediately drawn in by the nerdiness of its art direction.
“Genetic Coding” is one of the nine designs available in the men’s section of the shop. There’s also a women’s version of this design, but the genetic coding is in pink instead of green. I’ve always had a soft spot for cool designs involving barcodes. This t-shirt design definitely looks great, and I love how the bright green pops out against the black. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’re neither a size Small nor XL, then this post won’t be very helpful in matching you with the new t-shirt of your dreams. If you do, however, wear one of these sizes, then check out this limited edition design that Bryan Collins has in his Etsy shop! The design is called “Living Through Empty” and it was originally created on scratch board. The artwork is so cool and creepy!
With two minimalist designs comes a short and succinct post. Ugmonk just released two new shirts that have made me speechless. Behold the beauty (and utter sexiness):
Not too long ago, I received a special package from Huck Gee, an amazing designer and customizer in the art toy world. Huck has worked a great deal with Kidrobot and is one of my favorite toy designers of all time, so I was very excited to see all these goodies. I had won one of his online contests and was only expecting one t-shirt, but Huck surprised me with not one, not even two, but five awesome t-shirts from his shop. Not only were there t-shirts, but there were also some Skullhead decals and Art Hustle trading cards. Needless to say, my jaw dropped and I had to take a moment to calm down and pull myself together.
So in this edition of This Just In!, I’m going to be reviewing two of the t-shirts from this package. If you have heard of Huck Gee, then you probably know that he’s quite famous for his Skullhead character. On this character’s forehead is the kanji for “death.” What a charming guy, no? Read the rest of this entry »
Jublin is an amazing artist. Pokémon is an awesome game. Combine the two and you get an insanely cool t-shirt!
“Evolved from the Dead” is today’s featured design at Teefury and it parodies the Dawn of the Dead movie poster. Instead of regular zombies, however, there are zombie Pokémon! My favorite would have to be zombie Ditto. He may not look very different in the design, but I bet he’s now a gross color.
If you’re like me and have been checking the site on a daily basis, you’ll know that this isn’t the first Pokémon-themed shirt by Jublin for sale on Teefury (see here). Now I have another shirt to rock while I’m being a dork and playing Pokémon HeartGold on my Nintendo DS. Love it!
Go get your copy of “Evolved from the Dead” for $9 at Teefury today only!
OMUNKY recently released a new t-shirt, titled “Nocturnal Naptime.” Right off the bat, I love this because it features one of my favorite animals seen on t-shirts, owls. Seriously, I don’t know what it is about them, but they make great subjects for tee illustrations. Another reason why I like “Nocturnal Naptime” so much is because people think I’m a night owl, but I’m really not. I just stay up late despite my body telling me to get some rest. Sometimes I set out to get some work done, only to wake up around 4AM with no recollection of ever passing out. At least I don’t have to cover up my sleepiness like this owl does. It’s his job to stay awake at night, since he sleeps all day long!
You can purchase “Nocturnal Naptime” at OMUNKY for $22, and 5% of the sale will be donated to WildAid. If you use the coupon code LOVINGTHISTEE, you can also save 15% off your entire order. Sweet, right?