If y ou’ve been salivating over the 18″ Premium Wood Ampersand, but couldn’t fathom spending $299 for then maybe you want to consider picking up the Premium Alumnium Ampersand instead. This recently released Ugmonk item is 7.75″ tall and available at a much more affordable price of $54. It’s sexy and you know it.
Premium Alumnium Ampersand is available now from Ugmonk for $54.
Posted on 13 February '12 by Coty, under Accessories. No Comments.
These premium leather items from Ugmonk look amazing. Ugmonk designer Jeff Sheldon does excellent job at paying such close attention to detail. Seriously sexy stuff. I actually wish that the premium leather case was tailored to fit on a Moleskine Notebooks. I’d love that. Maybe a future product?
Leather Bi-Fold Wallet: This uniquely designed bi-fold wallet is handcrafted from a single piece of leather which can be easily flattened for tanning and oiling. The raw leather starts out a light color and will age, darkening as it absorbs the oils from your hands and is exposed to the sun. The more you use it, the better it looks. Price: $84
Ugmonk Leather Card Case: Let’s face it. Most people carry around a lot of excess in their wallets. For those prefer a more minimal approach, this slim card case is perfect for holding just the essentials. This ultra slim design can be comfortably carried in the front or back pocket. Handcrafted right here in the USA. Price: $58
Leather Card Case: Let’s face it. Most people carry around a lot of excess in their wallets. For those prefer a more minimal approach, this slim card case is perfect for holding just the essentials. This ultra slim design can be comfortably carried in the front or back pocket. Handcrafted right here in the USA. Price: $56
Posted on 29 November '11 by Coty, under T-Shirts. No Comments.
As I write this post I come to the realization that this is the first time, since I was 5, that I will not be going to school in the fall. No more classes. No more lectures. No more class projects. Sigh. It’s a bit weird to say the least. Instead of being a student this upcoming school year, I will instead begin my post-doctoral position as a neuroscience research specialist. Oddly enough, I’ll be supervising/mentoring 1-2 students of my own this coming year. Nice!
Enough about me, let’s talk T-Shirts. More specifically, let’s talk about the Threadless $12 Back To School Sale! There isn’t much to say except that the T-Shirts have been slashed about 40% – meaning you get an amazing deal.
Lot’s of tees to choose from, these are the ones that I will be ordering. Shop on T-Shirt fans, shop on!
A Guide to Being a Pirate by David Soames
Peace and Love by Budi Satria Kwan
SQUARE by Branka Nikolic
Know Your Submarines by Lucas Knisely
Sushi by Benjamin Ang
Posted on 15 August '11 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 1 Comment.
One of the great things about running a t-shirt blog is that I get random emails from companies that I never heard of before. This was the case when Yellow Black & White (YBW) contacted me regarding their new line of tees.Â
With eager anticipation I checked out their online store – their brand name had me curious to see what their products looked like. Bright yellow? Abstract art? Lots of lines? To my surprise, YBW had a very diverse lineup of tees, and ultimately I saw 3 out of 7 tees from their online store that I would personally wear: Rock Band, Ampersand (reminded me of Ugmonk’s tees), and Lines. My favorite amongst the three would have to be Lines – it reminded me of the large novelty twirly straws that I used to use as a kid, plus it’s always a treat to try and figure out the meaning of a tee.Â
If you’ve got a minute or two, I would definitely suggest that you check out YBW. You might find something that you’ll like! Also, if the art interests you then check out the amazing artwork of YASLY.
Posted on 2 January '09 by Coty, under T-Shirts, Uncategorized. 1 Comment.