The Shirt Snob just became aware of Sub Urban Riot. They are a t-shirt company with some pretty cool designs. The website unfortunately doesn't allow us to link to individual products, and the website itself is a little hard to use (we suggest the text version). However, the designs are worth the small trouble. We really like Mammal and Shanimal the best.
April 19, 2007
Hot Bins is a new t-shirt company that we've recently discovered. They sell all their designs for men and women, and they screen print all their shirts. Our favorites include Fish with a Question, History Repeats Itself, Loving It?, and Zen Ninja.
April 18, 2007
There are new tees available at Busted Tees. We think Leave Lindsay A-Lohan is pretty funny. Also, if you are into those pop culture types of tees, don't forget the Sanjaya tee is now available too.
There are new Oddica tees out, all with an octypus theme. The Shirt Snob really likes Flying Fish, it's such a funny design.
Shirt A Day is a neat idea. Each day, one tee design is available to you, both in men's and women's sizes. A new tee comes out the next day, so you have to jump on a design if you like it. Then there's the price, that's a whole other aspect to this site. We're just going to let them describe it for you:
Each shirt starts out with an opening price. That price is displayed below the date, to the left of the t-shirt image. That is the price everyone pays up front when placing an order. As more people come to the site and decide to buy a shirt as well, the PITE moves to the left, and the ultimate price you pay goes down… The refund you will receive is shown below the price in red and is the difference between the Price and the PITE. Within 24 hours of the close of that shirt we refund you the difference.
So basically if a tee is really popular, you pay less. We like how they refund you instead of giving you a credit. You can see their previous designs to see the types of tees they usually have. We think this is a great idea and hope Shirt A Day takes off!
April 17, 2007
There are new tees over at Dirty Coast that we really like. They are Acadiana Self Reliance, Absinthe, and I Love Jesus. All tees are also available in both men's and women's sizes.
ISO50 is another t-shirt company that we've just discovered. It seems that all of their tees are available in both men's and women's sizes, but unfortunately, they only have pictures of them on men. We also don't see anything about sizing so we don't know what type of women's tees they are. However, we do like some of their designs, most notably Roots and Paths.
April 16, 2007
Threadless has more new tees out today. The Shirt Snob's favorites include War and Peas, Eclipse!, I Have Something To Tell You, Disbelief, and the reprint Impossible Love.
You might remember circular accessories, whom we wrote about in February. They've come out with a new design that we just love. The Gigantic Creme Tree Owls is printed on American Apparel shirts, has cap sleeves, and is 100% cotton. The designer only prints the tees as they are ordered, so you know you're getting personal attention in a tee made just for you! And it's the cutest design we've seen in a while too!
April 12, 2007
Busted Tees has a couple of new designs out. The Sanjaya tee is finally available and ready to ship, and License to IL is new as well.