This Controlled Chaos t-shirt by Jeff Sheldon (of Ugmonk fame!) just about describes our day to day lives, which is why this t-shirt is a perfect fit for us; we love how it wraps to the back.
We’re really loving the bold, contrasty style of these t-shirts by Druks; the typography is slick a-la Absolut Vodka ads and the graphics are sharp & bold; Air Druks is our fave.
Sensing an imbalance in The Force after Friday’s Pirate invasion, Vintage Vantage has released the Strictly For My Ninjas tees for those who prefer nunchakus over cutlasses.
Math nerds the world over will love the Pi Be Rational t-shirt, which gets right to the decimal point. Though, like many of us, the negative square root is real; he’s just complex, too.
If you like graphic t-shirts, be sure to stop by Beautiful/Decay; they’re running a clearance sale, with 50% off nearly a hundred tees ($15, reg. $30). It runs until September 23rd.
Designed by Chris “Devious” Gliebe, known for his graffiti-style robot art, this Destroyer t-shirt features a hand-drawn design with splotches of neon; available in green or charcoal.
The Last F*ckin’ Unicorn makes no apologies for being badass, with a naked chick riding a dragon spewing out a flaming skull that’s trying to eat a unicorn. Try and read that 10x fast.
Gloopz Shark With Pixelated Teeth isn’t the most thought provoking t-shirt we’ve come across, but no matter: the sharp color contrast, Tetris blocks, and ginormous shark have us sold.
We’re really digging Disturbia Clothing’s satirical t-shirts. They take pop culture references and symbols and turn them on their head, sort of like a grittier version of Andy Warhol.
ACRYLICK’s My Choice t-shirt has a “make music, not war” message that we dig. We like the way they’ve bastardized weapons and blended them with saxes, axes, mics and drumsets.
Supermandolini’s Caution t-shirt will resonate with anyone who has a mess of wires under their desk; check out the draped serpent across the back shoulder. Available in red, blue or green.
Fibre Clothing’s Conflict t-shirt is one we can all get behind: it was created to spread awareness of the crisis in Darfur, with 50% of the profits going straight to the Save Darfur effort.
Senior Computer Club brings back happy memories of dual floppy drives and baud; it sports a TRS-80 Model III (or 4?) and comes in an AA tee, but we definitely prefer the snazzy polo.
We so could have used one of these Things That Glow t-shirts as an eight-year old. Not only does it show radioactive potatoes and rocket ships, but it actually glows in the dark.
Incarnadine’s Eternally, Always Tee is made for power pop band Forever The Sickest Kids and features a skeleton rocking a guitar; it’s a six color print with gold foil.
Oh Threepio, how far you’ve fallen: this tee featuring C-3PO and R2D2 belongs on the classic VH1 show. Printed on a charcoal gray tee; we have a bad good feeling about this…
Walkie Talkie’s tees remind us of the low-key styling of Ugmonk, with a dash of tongue-in-cheek humor. The simple, good-looking designs are screen printed by hand on AA t-shirts.
Kind of like an old MTV video with tye dye thrown in, this Satellite t-shirt by Sentimental Soy Cheese (yes, that’s really their name) is a cool all-over piece that’s definitely different.
T-Shirt Gang’s sharp, flashy streetwear tees aren’t for the faint of heart; these in-your-face shirts are made by and for driven, ambitious guys who want to make money.
This badass zombie-killer t-shirt is available at 200 Nipples, who sells their first shirt for $1, the second for $2, and so on. It’s a pretty cool concept, just be sure to get in and buy early!
Baby Godzilla recalls childhood memories spent terrorizing Lego shantytowns. The popular Carbon tee is also getting a reprint–both are only $12 for a limited time at Threadless.
French designer Casajordi’s latest tee, The Red Dream, features surreal and moody artwork, all-over printing and has a soft hand; not bad at all for a $24 fitted t-shirt.
Greg Abbott’s appropriately named Monsters t-shirt packs in all the disfigured miscreants you could ever want; even better: $2 of your purchase gets donated to one of six charities.
Designer Jeff Sheldon’s Ugmonk brand is a simple and clean alternative to complex, cluttered designs; his Lowercase tee’s singular focus on the alphabet is strangely refreshing.
One-man t-shirt shop Rob Dobi has released seven new tees for Fullbleed Series 7. Our top picks: ‘Out of Reach’ appeals to space fans, while ‘Hot Head’ is great for Type A personalities.
Created by WarholBot, Design By Humans’ latest Camera Obscura tee will satisfy any shutterbug. Note the subtle light to dark blue gradient; fashion fit, 100% ringspun combed cotton.
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