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NPR’s Planet Money made a series of short videos to show us the technology, the places and most importantly the people that make mass-produced t-shirts. You can watch the whole series on NPR, Vimeo and YouTube.
The balance that makes up the ideal partner is perfectly and proudly portrayed in this clever design from Look Human. It’s only logical that such a great design can be used to customize a variety of tees, sweatshirts and hoodies.
Paisley’s making a bid for the spotlight once again. Underated London shows off the thug side of the flower child’s pattern with their wicked monochrome t-shirts. The full blastapproach is a bit too much for us though.
A side project of 410BC Clothing, Anatomist sells limited edition apparel and accessories “inspired by vintage anatomical and medical texts”, such as a brain piggy bank, a skull candle, t-shirts with anatomical diagrams and more.
A convenient shopping service that handpicks clothes and accessories aligned to your tastes. The items will be sent to you so you can try them for free for up to 10 days. Buy the ones you want to keep and send the rest back.
Jerry Bennett’s wearable mashup envisions a world in which Admiral Ackbar works alongside Peter Venkmann, Raymond Stantz, Egon Spengler (and Winston Zeddemore) – sucking up ghosts and slimers with their proton packs.
FullBleed’s latest series of shirts is as artful and creative as ever, featuring abstract graphic illustrations which each immediately conjure up a thoughtful interpretation. The Google Maps inspired Pinned and Supervision are our faves.
500 Level offers officially-licensed NFL and NHL t-shirts with a twist. Each player’s image is created by a fan, with an individualistic design approach. Head to their Kickstarter campaign to help fund their fledgling Chicago-based operation.
Twin Serpents make awesome artist-created tees. Now win some! First prize gets five shirts, second prize gets two, and third gets two. Impatient? Buy now and get 20% off with promo code “AWESOMER”. (Contest Ends 7/1/13)
Like Glow Threads, these clothes have a phosphorescent coating. Use an LED – like your smartphone’s flash – to draw on fabric. Even imprint photos on them. Doodles glow for up to 5 min. Too bad their pitch video is so awful.
A t-shirt brand founded by actor Blake Anderson – the bear coat dude in Workaholics – and his wife Rachael Finley. The duo’s design perfectly captures the apparel of a 90s stoner: they have just the perfect amount of ugliness.
We’re never ones to be trendy, so whether you dress for success, or just for fun, it’s cool with us. Just be yourself, and wear it with swagger. Here are some of our favorite looks which celebrate individual style and personality.
Embrace summer with these ballin’ clothes featuring a beach and palm tree graphic. Available on a t-shirt, tank top and sweater. This is just a taste of Represent Clothing’s awesome 2013 summer collection.
Floral prints and patterns predate this year’s summer, but it’s the kind of theme that’s easy to overdo. Dallas-based clothing company Nerdy Fresh knows what’s up. Its Paradise and Blossom t-shirts won’t turn you into a curtain.
A collection of fan-contributed t-shirt designs that pay tribute to Marvel’s cocky, red and gold armor-clad hero, Iron Man. Our personal favorite is Dan Burgess’ Melting Point, but it’s really hard to pick just one.
Illustrator Glenn Jones’ latest humorous t-shirt design is perfect for architects, animal lovers, and anyone with a love for metaphorical idioms. And in case its design isn’t obvious to you, you’re totally getting the point.
Our friends at Design By Humans are raining an epic t-shirt gift on three lucky Awesomer readers. First prize gets 8 awesome shirts of their choice, second prize gets 3, and third prize gets 2. Enter by 12:00am EDT on 4/23/13.
Pop Chart Lab updates its Giant Omnibus of Superpowers with a Jack Kirby-inspired design and upgrades the list to 384 super-powered characters. Weirdly there’s no poster version for sale yet. Detailed chart image here.