Pirate Dragon

First off, HURRY, you only have 11 more hours (at the time of this post) to score Pirate Dragon at a staggering $12! OK, I had to get that out of the way before anything else – wouldn’t want you to spend 18 bucks when you can score this for a crazy insane price.

Our friend Bo from Tilteed sent this over to me a few days ago, but, I’ve been crazy busy so I didn’t have a chance to post this one. I know, there shouldn’t be any excuses when you’re trying to take over the world with your blog, LOL. It won’t happen again.

Pirate Dragon was designed by the veteran T-Shirt artist, Alex Solis (alexmdc). I’m a big fan of Alex, so, I was a little surprised that I was caught off guard with this design. I’m usually really, really really good at spotting alexmdc pieces. Whenever a new dsign of his pops up at Threadless, I know it’s his before even seeing his name. His style is distinct, and one that I am very envious of. I think it might have been the lack of color that threw me off. Needless to say, it’s a refreshing departure from his previous efforts. I like!

Pirate Dragon is available now from Tilteed for $12. By the way, I heard from a little birdie that Pirate Dragon will be part of the permanent catalog, so don’t feel to bad if you missed it at $12 – you can still score it at $18. Not too bad for a piec eof art on your chest.

And by the way, the guys and gals at Tilteed print everything themselves and like I said my previous post – that extra love and sweat makes for a T-Shirt that is superior to anything a robotic press could make.

Pirate Dragon

Pirate Dragon

Introducing Mumford Clothing

We’ve featured a lot of designs from Dan Mumford here on the blog in the past, so it is no surprise that he just opened his very own, self-branded shop. If you’re a regular reader than you probably recognize Mumford’s style as he has designed for the likes of Zombie Liquorice, Electric Zombie and Miles To Go Clothing.

There are currently 8 tees available for sale at Mumford Clothing, as well as a poster featuring all of the inaugural Mumford Clothing designs. All of the designs are classic Mumford, they feature intricate designs using bold oranges, reds and blues, on a black T-Shirt. No mention of the type of T-Shirt blanks used, except that they are 100% cotton and slim fitting. Based on the previews, you can see that the shirts feature custom hang tags as well a custom Dan Mumford tag on the lower left seam of the shirt. The shirts are priced at $18 a piece and are available now at Mumford Clothing.

Mumford Clothing

Mumford Clothing

Mumford Clothing

Mumford Clothing

TypeTees Slogan-A-Day Experiment Week 8

Every day I come up with a new witty Threadless TypeTees Slogan in hopes of earning a place amongst the Threadless wordplay elite. At the end of every week I post a round up of that weeks slogans here on my blog. What can you do to help the cause? Vote! Just click on a slogan (preferably all of them) and then vote by click “I’d Wear It!” – it’s that simple! If you want to see and vote for all of my slogans then just click here or on that photo of me with the Rockband guitar. Vote for me and I will cook you an spinach omelet with mushrooms, ham and lots of cheese if ever we meet in real life.

TypeTees Slogan-A-Day Experiment

Week 8 (February 19, 2010 to February 25, 2010):

In case of fire: stop, drop and boogie the night away.

OK kids, you should never kid when it comes to fire. BUT..the old tip of stop, drop and roll makes me want to do a boogie woogie like its 1963. Not sure why. LOL.

Mangos. Such a sexist fruit.

It actually would be funny if Mangos were called WOMANGOS. Doesn’t seem to roll off the tongue in quite the same way, huh, HUH!

Turquoise: kind of green, sort of blue, and very indecisive.

Oh, I really like this one! Because sometimes, colors can be indecisive. Take violet, for example – that color always seems as if it wants to be more blue then it does purple. And don’t even get me started with teal. Ugh, that teal.

Drawers keep shirts safe, but they can’t draw for beans.

It really is a shame that drawers aren’t multi-talented. Then again, they do an excellent job of keeping my pants and socks safe as well. And lets not forget those undergarments.

Sexy Is Relative.

Because it is!

I might be a little weird but I am very friendly.

You can be as weird as you want to be. As long as you’re friendly, we’re cool.

Spinach: Proven to increase bicep size (in sailors only).

Because we all know what happens when Popeye eats a can spinach! I love to have spinach with my salads, though, the Spinach Effect seems to have no influence on me.

Pyrotechnic Display at Celebrations

Complicated name, I know, but you can call them P.D.A.C. for short! Them would be in reference to Amber Vittoria, a college student from Boston with a flare for light. Light? Yeah, as in light from fireworks, sparklers, flashlights. Without light, our world would be one boring and place to live in. P.D.A.C is all about photographing light and then deconstructing it to see the wonderful, exclusive designs that can be extracted from it.

Their first shirt is based off of a photograph of a firework, the cropping revealed the beauty of not only the light’s shape the the shape of the absence of light surrounding it. I think it looks stunning. The shirt is available for purchase as a unisex V-neck and is priced at $35.

P.D.A.C. currently has just this shirt available for sale, but, I can’t wait to see what else they have in store for us.

PDAC

PDAC