For A Good Cause
Our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected by the recent tornado in Oklahoma. This site sells shirts for disaster relief. It says, “Oklahoma. Stronger than a storm.”
Get one. You only have 9 days until they’re gone.
From the site: “In the immediate aftermath of the disasterous tornado in Oklahoma, National Firefighters Endowment is responding. Get your “Stronger Than a Storm” shirt and help support the first responders involved in this event. 100% of the profits...Continue Reading
This Friday, Saturday, and Sunday we’ll be attending The Mad Monster Party in Charlote, NC; the hometown of our T-Shirt Site office. We’re pleased to see that tshirtbordello.com will have a booth at the convention. I’ll be sure to stop by and say hello.
He just recently got back to schooling at University of the Philippines, Cebu in order to finish his bachelor’s degree in Studio Arts.
We recently interviewed...Continue Reading
Francis Minoza and Laurence Minoza are two brothers who make up the design team Nicebleed. Hailing from Cebu City Philippines, they started way back 2008 and never stopped creating since then. A wide variety of illustrations and visuals blanket the collaboration that contains flora and fauna, dark, macabre, graphic design to pop surrealism. Traditional, digital to mixed media contained their art.Continue Reading
Brooklyn, NY — Paste’s graphic t-shirts, designed by artist Jason Laurits, are hand-silkscreened in Brooklyn, NYC. Artwork is printed on Made-in-the-USA, 100% cotton t-shirts that are enzyme-washed to battle shrinkage and to give a vintage-soft feel.
Through a digital medium, Laurits copies, cuts, and pastes over and over again to create the bold, whimsical, sometimes insightful, sometimes irreverent collages that Paste has become known for.
Laurits pulls from photographs of his own and ones found in the public domain, as well as old maps, vintage fabrics, family keepsakes, antique wallpaper, and anything else he can think of to get the perfect tee shirt image.
The Lakeside Collection calls ‘em “Duty Calls” t-shirts. They have firefighter tees, Police t-shirts, EMT, and soldier shirts. Each is only $4.98 + s&h. Here at the T-Shirt Site, we work in an office for a living and sometimes “duty calls” us as well. But that just means we have to hit the bathroom.Continue Reading
OK, so it’s been far too busy of a summer here and we’re behind on t-shirt news and posts. We even missed the Olympics. Well, maybe that’s good news. Maybe Olympics t-shirts are on sale now that is all over. Not sure. But here are some that are for sale:Continue Reading