Have you ever wondered what your favorite Threadless design looked like before it graced the coveted fabric of a Threadless tee? Well, wonder no more because here are 76 Threadless classics from sketch to print.
Iâ€™d love to hear which one of these are your favorites and whether or not you own any of these tees! Leave a comment below in the comments section and let me know!
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1. Battle of the Giants by Alex Solis
2. Space Chase by Alex Solis
3. Fast Food by Alex Solis
4. War Games by Ersin Ertuck
5. Burgervetica by David Schwen
6. Irate Primate by David Schwen
7. Springfield Still Life by Alvaro Arteaga Sabaini
8. Sees The Day by Evan Ferstenfeld and Enkel Dika
Did you know that you can just click any of the images you see in this post and it will take you straight to the product page? What’s even better is that you score an extra $5 off your entire order by using the coupon code “yaykids5″ at checkout!
Posted on 3 June '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 9 Comments.
I’ve always been fascinated by the human brain, how it functions and how we behave as a result. It’s no wonder my day job involves me trying to figure out what’s going in inside the heads of some very interesting people. Because of this I was excited when Levi Hardeman (formerly of Word! Apparel) started his new venture, The Printed Mind. His goal was to start to clothing brand that focused on that marvelous orgran, the brain.
If you want to stock up on brain-filled tees then be sure to check out the current sale at The Printed Mind. They are making room for a new release so it’s the perfect time to get the current stuff at a cheaper price. They have one shirt even marked down to $5.99. Insane!
Posted on 24 August '09 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 1 Comment.
And myÂ TypeTees Slogan-A-Day ExperimentÂ saga continues! I’ve got 7 new slogans for you all to vote on, so get on it! Show me someÂ ThreadlessÂ love! To see all of my slogans and to vote for them check out my Threadless profile page. Vote for me and I will make you an awesome avocado burger if ever we meet in real life.
Yes, people have told me that I have a natural glow. But since this is the Internet, you’ll have to take my word. Â
Whenever I’m having a day thats lacking creativity I just blame the right hemisphere of my brain. The purveyor of all thing awesome. Stay active, stay strong!
The next two “psychology” themed slogans are a result of me working on a two papers on the subject. Universities should seriously offer a course in the Psychology of Awesomeness. What makes awesome people, awesome? Are there brain regions associated with extreme awesomeness? And, of course, what are the fundamental behavioral characteristics of awesomeness?Â
I seriously do. If it’s something that I wish to just have fly through one ear and out the other then that’s exactly what will happen. Selective attention, it’s not a choice, it’s an innate characteristic that I possess.Â
This is one of the statement slogans. I wish Bigfoot existed so that I could give him a cookie. I wish Nessie existed so that I could snap a pic of her/him and I wish that world peace existed so that we could all live happy and be happy. But of course, we know that Bigfoot doesn’t exist, Nessie was a hoax and world peace, well, until we get rid of religion (among other things) we can forget about that.Â
It seems that every week I have at least one slogan that highlights my laziness. In truth, I’m not a lazy person – I just wish I could lounge around all day. By the way, I firmly believe in doing homework – it builds character!
Double dipping has never really been a big problem for me (unless you have a noticeable cold sore). I’m not sure why people get into such hizzy about it. It’s not a big deal! Or is it?
Posted on 8 May '09 by Coty, under T-Shirts. No Comments.
Mr. Elephant on a brain needs a new home and your torso could be it! Interested in getting a brand spanking new Glorious Nonsensities tee? Cool. All you need to do is subscribe to this blog by clicking on the “subscribe to feed via email” link here or on the side bar.Â
By subscribing to the feed by email you’ll not only get site updates but will also be entered to win a new t-shirt! Don’t worry, you’re email won’t be sold or made public. Once you subscribe using that link you’ll be asked to confirm your subscription, so be sure to check your email for the confirmation link.Â
That’s it! I’ll be running this freebie offer until this Friday (September 26, 2008) and then I’ll randomly select the winner from the subscriber list. The t-shirt in question is a men’s large, and even if you don’t fit a men’s large, enter anyway that way you can give it away to a lucky buddy who does wear a men’s large!
PS: I’m also looking for a name for Mr. Elephant. He say’s that the “Mr.” reminds him of his father. So, if you have an idea for a cool name for Mr., I mean our elephant buddy then post it in the comments!
Posted on 22 September '08 by Coty, under Site News, T-Shirts. 3 Comments.
Things have been going pretty well with the blog so far. I’ve been keeping up with content, something that I have never consistently done with previous blogs of yesteryear. The one thing that has been lacking, however, has been a proper logo! And finally, I have one! Thanks to a good buddy, who also happens to be a great designer! Tim (BunnyDojo.com) was able to come up with this splendid logo for the site. I told him a few of my interests and he pumped this bugger out like there was no tomorrow.
The logo features a brain because of my love for neuroscience and an elephant because, well, elephants are special to me (not because I am a conservative since in fact I am quite the liberal!). Anyhow, hope you guys like the logo and thanks again, Tim!Â
PS: Be sure to check out Tim’s site. If you need a design job done, he’s the man. He also has a slew of design samples that you can peruse. As an added bonus, he’s a ninja rabbit. How cool is that?
Posted on 16 July '08 by Coty, under Site News. 2 Comments.