These are the prefect tees for comic books fans. Inspired by punk rock posters and classic comics, artists Frank Forte and Elizabeth J. Musgrave have put together a cool collection of shirts known as Atomic Madhouse. The first thing I thought of when I saw this Blamm! shirt is the classic Batman and Robin series I watched as a kid. Devil Girl is another great pick for the ladies.
Our samples were perfectly inked on American Apparel shirts. Custom tag and all. Nicely done. Hit ‘em up and check out the comic books too.
Mischa Barton’s had her fair share of fun lately, probably a little too much for her own good – and she’s got the shirt to prove it. Anyone else spent time at Camp Funtime?
I’m guessing these shots of Katharine’s McPhee come from a specific promotion for these Girl Power tees, but I haven’t dug up the shop yet. I’m guessing something mainstream that you’re going to find in the likes of Target. But I could be wrong. Can anybody name Katharine’s Girl Power baby doll tee?
Funny new tee from Scribtee. Eat hamburgers – be a hamburger. Simple enough. Nicely done visual pun. Perhaps it’s time to eat more greens?
Posh Spice is getting naked for a cause. The famous Spice Girl Victoria Beckham is pictured nude on a new t-shirt being sold by designer Marc Jacobs. The shirt is being sold as part of a campaign to help raise skin cancer awareness. The t-shirts feature Posh completely naked with the slogan Protect the Skin You’re In. What do you think? Would you want to wear a naked Posh Spice on your chest?
Quick post with a new coupon code for TenBills.com. Take 20% off your purchase with code: SAVETWENTY. Darn good deal when the tees are already only 10 bones. Code is good until 2/15.
Ok, I guess this might qualify as off topic seeing as how it’s a sweatshirt and not a t-shirt, but oh well. Hayden Panettiere made plenty of headlines a couple months back with a protest in Japan that resulted in an arrest warrant. She’s keeping up her support for the save the whales campaign with this sweatshirt spotted at a Washington D.C. event.
Graphic designer Paul Jacober has released a new appparel line dubbed Nevermind the Roses. The series of tees are a ‘tongue-in-cheek’ play on popular British imagery. Our Union Jack sample tee was incredibly soft and ‘pre-distressed’ around the edges for a nice vintage look but without the super faded appearance of real vintage tee graphic.
‚ÄúThe great thing about these shirts is that it is the first REAL fashion-take on what some could consider a souvenir shirt,‚Äù said Paul. ‚ÄúThe reason being is that the shirts represent innovative and imaginative designs on an upscale quality of shirt. All these details strategically thought out allow the shirt to easily transition from daytime wear to nighttime hip.‚Äù
Nightime hip is probably a good description considering their price point falls above the $50 mark. ($52 to be exact). Little rich for a lot of casual tee fans, but nice. Pauljacober.com.
Fallout Boy’s Pete Wentz has stepped out and officially (I guess) endorsed Barack Obama for President. Interesting to see how the celebrity camp takes sides in an election year. Here’s Pete sporting his Obama t-shirt at some event. At think you’re a lot more likely to find the youthful endorsers sporting political tees than Hollywood’s older A-listers.
The ‘user-generated content’ web revolution has led to an entire genre of constantly evolving sites. And that concept has extended beyond the web to the actual products being sold on the web. The most well known example might be Threadless.com, but there are countless other great sites where the creative can exercise their skills.
Wooshka is a competition based shirt shop that let’s users submit and vote on designs. The winner’s receive cash, kudos and the satifaction of knowing their shirt designs are reaching the masses.