This is cool. I think I might spend some Street Team points to get this sucka!
“Our roomiest backpack yet has a front pouch and interior laptop sleeve that holds a 15-inch laptop. Constructed from nylon cordura. Padded back and straps. 18 inches tall, 12.5 inches wide, and 9.5 inches deep including front pocket. Custom made in Chicago at Bearse USA. Just 250 available, so grab one fast!”
In 10 days, Threadless received 194 different backpack submissions and the community chose Eric Zelinski’s Space & Sky as the winning design. Only 250 of these limited edition backbacks will be created.
It’s been a while since I last posted about my awesome friends over at Made With Awesome. I’ve been a longtime fan of their hilarious tees. They’ve got some new tees that I haven’t seen before (yeah, I’ve been on hiatus). You’re Weird, We Should Be Friends must become a part of my wardrobe. Seriously, awesome.
I LOVE this Origami Fox T-Shirt by Square Thursday. You know what else love? The product shots. They’ve got awesome product shots. Seriously, awesome. Those models? Killer handsome. Check out all of the Square Thursday products, if only just to gawk at the hairy models.
I actually found these Hello Kitty shirts to be pretty cute! Almost as cute as Gene Simmon’s twelve inch, ummm, tongue. With that said, these shirts, available exclusively at WeLoveFine, are damn adorable. I see that Miss Kitty has really been promiscuous as of late. Not only is she at Target and my corner grocery market (I’m not even kidding, check the candy aisle), but she’s also been caught on Johnny Cupcakes tees and now on WeLoveFine. That damn pussy cat needs to control herself.
“It’s time to rock ‘n’ roll all night, and kawaii every day!: The first six designs in the Hello Kitty x KISS Collection are now available online exclusively at WeLoveFine.com! From Detroit Rock City by way of Tokyo, Sanrio’s beloved flagship character joins forces with the legendary rock band KISS for an appealing mash-up of heavy metal cool and irresistable cuteness; WeLoveFine.com has the first apparel offering with t-shirts priced at $25 each.
It has been over 50 years that Sanrio has delighted the world with an assorted cast of adorable characters, though for decades Hello Kitty has held strong as the most popular and enduring character of all. Meanwhile, we are just shy of the 40th anniversary of KISS’s debut album; the heavy metal heroes have commanded one of the most dedicated fan bases in the history of rock with the KISS Army, and continue to amass more fans as time goes on. The unexpected match of cute and cool sensibilities makes for an amazing visual flair in the Hello Kitty x KISS collection – a co-branded license collaboration, making these products both official Sanrio and KISS merchandise! Plus, the one thing which both Hello Kitty and KISS fans unquestionably have in common is their passion for collecting all manner of awesome memorabilia featuring their favorites; with a variety of designs up now and more to come, WeLoveFine anticipates that this apparel line will be an must-have with collectors in both fan groups!”
Gone Rogue asked me to take a look at this shirt. I didn’t really care for it. I looked around their shop and found this shirt. I fucking loved it. I probably loved it because I love the Death Cab For Cutie song of the same name, so count me bias. Either way, you should pick this shirt up and, if you haven’t heard it, listen to that Death Cab For Cutie track. The shirt will keep you cool and song will change your life.
What’s better than a vintage camera? A t-shirt featuring a collection of vintage cameras, of course. This shirt makes me want to ditch my iPhone for a vintage 1970s Polaroid Colorpack III. Or, maybe I’ll just stick to using Instagram on my iPhone.
“Ten percent of the proceeds from this shirt will be donated to Help Portrait. Thanks for your support. Help-Portrait is a community of photographers coming together across the world to use their photography skills to give back to their local community. In December, photographers around the world will be grabbing their cameras, finding people in need and taking their picture. When the prints are ready, the photographs get delivered. This is about GIVING the pictures, not taking them. These portraits are not for your portfolio, website, or for sale. Money isn’t involved here. This holiday season, you have the chance to give a family something they may have never had before—a portrait together.”