Labyrinth’s Key To Life

What’s the Key To Life? If you knew the answer to that then you’d probably either be 1. very enlightened, or 2. very rich. Actually, you’d probably be both. Key To Life is part of Labyrinth Clothing’s Ancient Series and depicts an Ancient Egyptian inspired illustration revealing a hieroglyphic message of the Key to Life on a cartouche, “The key to life is that life is a Labyrinth” so where will yours take you?

Key To Life is available now from Labyrinth Clothing for $16.50.

PS: It’s cool to see Labyrinth Clothing still kicking. They were one of the first indie brands that I covered when I started this blog. Many of those early brands have died off, Labyrinth Clothing has survived. Awesome.

New Designs From Milk & Eggs Co

Our friends over at Milk & Eggs Co. just released a slew of new T-Shirts that are definitely worth checking out. I actually think this new line is a step up from their last release, which I thought was a bit too “kid-ish” for my taste. Needless to say, I think that Milk & Eggs Co. really do excel with their simple illustrative style, with each shirt telling its own story.

My favorites from this line has got to be 3D Eyes – it’s minimal and a bit haunting. I love it! Walk Like an Egyptian is hilarious. At first I thought that was a turkey on the top of the pharaoh’s head and with its fall colors it would have made for the perfect Thanksgivings T-Shirt.

The new Milk & Eggs Co. T-Shirts are available now and are priced between $20-$22.

The Question Me Tee by Imperial Motion

Here’s a more unconventional type tee for you. This one is called The Question Me Tee and is from Imperial Motion. The design features a plethora of questionable objects, like a spaceman, a hand grenade and the great pyramids of Egypt. If anything, this tee would make for a great conversation starter!

The Question Me Tee is printed on a slim-fit tee and features an inside neck label screen print. It’s available from Urban Outfitters for $14.99. 

The Question Me Tee

And here is a short, but cute, clip from the British show, Outnumbered. Kids ask some of the best questions!