Co-Tee TV Episode 11: Cow-Chick, Dance Party Massacre and Werewolves

In this episode I wear A Birth Day by Jean-sébastien Deheeger and review a shirt designed by Dance Party Massacre, a concept-driven graphic apparel line that takes inspiration from horror elements and combines them with a fun edge. I also talk about our new sponsors ShirtFight.com. As always, enjoy with tea and a comfy tee!

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Coty’s Thoughts:

Wolves Vs. Werewolves by Dance Party Massacre. Good: Brings back the acid wash look, super soft feel, screenprinted label and tagless for itch free comfort, fun design, lots of amenities added to every order. Bad: High price point, but, it is a high quality product. Price: $27.95.

Wolves Vs. Werewolves by Dance Party Massacre

A Birth Day by Jean-sébastien Deheeger and available at Threadless. Love the confusion in the chick and the cow, it makes this design great! It’s Spring Cleaning time at Threadless! And even though you can no longer get this great tee you can pick up a bunch of other similarly awesome shirts! Price: $18.00 but no longer available for sale.


A Birth Day by Jean-sébastien Deheeger

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Comments

  1. says

    Hello Coty,

    Another great review, thanks for sharing man !!! I am digging the rebrand of your tshirt review segment. I think its a great play on words and goes well with your overall site. Also, congrats on your first sponsor, Shirtfight.com. I was aware that they were preparing to launch the site but was not sure when that was happening. I guess this answers my question :). I will also have to check out the DPM interview to find out more about this brand. peace….

    Salmiler

  2. says

    Hey Coty, grreaat review of the brand and the shirt. Informative and candid, so glad you’re liking what we do!