Gym Hero is a clothing line geared at individuals who try to be active, be that just walking stairs or doing some Crossfit WoDs. All of their shirt orders are shipped in mini “protein” containers and generally come with some sort of nutrition supplement. The Beast Mode Always On tee shows your ready to kill the WoD.
Love what showed up in our mailbox recently. Classic Love, from Aphillyated. It took us a minute to make sense of the names making up the iconic Love design – Philly neighborhoods. Great concept. Good fitting tee. VERY soft. Available in a bunch of colors.
This one arrived in our mailbox a while back. Title Geisha from KimonoCream Dojo. Cool and funky drawing. We did it. Printed on American Apparel. The shops URL is www.kimonocream.com, but it would appear they’re still in the works. Check back.
A little visual wit from the folks at Manhattantee.com. Check them out here, where you can buy at Red Bubble.
Ready to have your mind bent? Head over to Bakso. It’s a community based shirt site that features designs submitted by some widely creative and talented people. Most of the tees are illustrative in style and have a slightly twisted surrealist vibe to them. Imagine Batman and Robin riding a giant pigeon, or a three-titted terminator. Seriously.
They use direct to garment printing to produce shirts of any design on-demand. The printing on our sample tee is simply stunning. The tee is a very good quality, medium weight. Bakso’s one of those sites you need to bookmark because there’s always new designs coming up. If you’re a designer considering submitting your work here.
We’re big fans of Kickstarter.com in general, and even more so after finding Underrepped Clothing. We happily kicked in to help them get off the ground. Their concept is simple – tees representing the forgotten people behind great ideas. The printing on our Telsa tee is insanely good. Nice vintage style shirt that’s very soft. Check ‘em out.
Everybody has a closet full of t-shirts. You get a t-shirt at a charity walk. You get one when you join a fraternity or sorority. You even get a t-shirt when you sign up for a credit card. We wanted to come up with a unique t-shirt that you’ve probably never seen before. That’s why we’re bringing you the Heat Reaction T-shirt.
What is a Heat Reaction T-shirt?
Heat Reaction T-shirts are regular t-shirts that are treated with a chemical process that makes them react to temperature. We have already figured out the process for a small variety of colors, but we are trying to add more colors (like Black to White, Maroon to Gold, Navy to Red, and Cherry Red to White). We need the help of crowd sourcing supporters on Kickstarter to help fund the research and make every color combination possible.
At Liquid Screen Design we think that you will love these amazing t-shirts. Over the past year as we’ve tested the technology and worked out the kinks, the reaction to these t-shirts has been nothing less than mind-blowing. Everyone wants to know how to get these color-changing t-shirts for themselves.
Check it out at Kickstarter.com, or visit LiquidScreenDesign.com
Tees For Your Head is a graphic t-shirt company based in sunny seaside Santa Cruz, CA. They’ve got an interesting selection of optical illusion based designs and geeky jokes that you can choose from to be screen printed on soft t-shirts, with sizing from toddler to 6XL. If you really like people staring at your chest, this are the shirts for you!
Eugene D Hetzel Clothing has just released its MARCH 2013 shirt design created by artist Christopher Van Redman for the FREEDOM line. Only 1976 limited edition shirts are available first come first serve! Helpsupport great emerging artists!
Robber Barons Ink is a t-shirt company located in Collinsville CT bringing fine goods to fine people. From pop culture to politics, Robber Barons Ink specializes in original, funny and witty t-shirt designs. No one wants to see you naked, they can help.
Robber Barons offers a variety of screen printed t-shirts with a flat shipping rate of $5 all you can ship. One of favorites, Ganesha, after the jump. Continue reading