Yes/No by Ugmonk

Yes/No is the new pair of tees just released by the typography experts over at Ugmonk. I think the product description says it best:

“Sometimes you wake up feeling great and you’re willing to say “YES” to just about anything. Other times all you want to do is say “NO” – leave me alone! Now you can just let your shirts say it for you.”

You can pick up Yes/No for $38 from Ugmonk, be sure to use the coupon code “COTY09″ for an extra 10% off your entire order. And yes, you do get both shirts. And no, you can’t purchase these shirts separately.

Yes/No by Ugmonk

You Are The CSS To My HTML

I spotted this tee over at ATshirtBlog.com and it was too awesome to pass up posting here. I thought I’d spread the love for this Pop + Shorty designed tee a bit further. Buy this for any web designer and I guarantee that it will make their day! I hardly ever make guarantee but this tee is guaranteed to impressed even the most grouchy designers.

You Are The CSS To My HTML is printed on an Athletic Grey American Apparel Tri-blend tee (this shirt is OMG soft) and is available for purchase now at the Pop + Shorty store for $25.

You Are The CSS To My HTML

It’s Party Time!

Let’s say for a moment that you didn’t know this shirt spelled out Party Time. Let’s say you thought PAR, TYT, and IME were one of those fancy Internet acronyms kids used these days. What would PAR, TYT and IME stand for?

PAR: Peak At Rear (what does this even mean I have no idea?)

TYT: Take Your Time, Text Your Tits

IME: I have no idea.

Think of something for IME and post it in the comments! Party Time is printed on American Apparel blanks and you can pick one up from Wahey Clothing for £15.

Party Time by Wahey Clothing

Human Ingredients

Now here’s an interesting shirt from MySoti user and UK based graphic designer and illustrator, ropi. I have to say that I dig the concept a bit more than the actual execution of the shirt. It’s called Human Ingredients and I am guessing that it’s supposed to look like what we would see on something like a can of SPAM or similar food items. I actually would have preferred the list on the back of the tee and minus the UPC code. What do you guys think? Like it? If you do, you can pick it up from MySoti for $20.46.

Human Ingredients

The Problem

The Problem by Ben Chlapek is the featured September tee from monthly T-Shirt site, 200 Nipples. Have I mentioned how much I love the name of the site? Well, I do. If you’re familiar with 200 Nipples then you know the deal: 100 shirts are printed, and are sold based on the shirt number. So, if you decide to buy shirt number 28 you’ll pay $28. If you’re the unlucky bastard who decides to wait till the 30th of the month then you might end up paying $100 for tee number 100.

As far as the shirt: I love it! I used to (and still at times do) sketch weird and random sayings in my notebook. What else to do when you’re bored in lecture? What kinds of things would you sketch in your notebook while you were bored in class?

The Problem

The Problem

Ugmonk Turns One = Limited Edition Shirt!

My favorite typography inspired T-Shirt brand, Ugmonk, just turned 1! And to celebrate, founder Jeff Sheldon, has released a limited edition (100 numbered) 1st anniversary Ugmonk tee. Only 100 of this shirt was made and it comes in special packaging and includes a hand numbered card. Unfortunately, the shirt doesn’t cost just a buck (we can dream, can’t we), it’ll set you back $30.

1st Anniversary

1st Anniversary

Ugmonk 1st Anniversary

Ugmonk Math Problem (Restocked)

2 + 3 = 5. But, you knew that already. If not, well, 1. I feel sorry for you and 2. you should be ashamed! All kidding aside, I’ve never been the best person to go to for math advice but this shirt does seem like math advice overkill if you ask me! Nonetheless, you need to appreciate the attention to detail that Ugmonk founder, Jeff Sheldon, puts into each one of his designs. His love for typography undoubtedly comes across in each one of his designs. 

The recently restocked Math Problem tee is available now for sale at $21. But, my suggestion for you: pick one up now if you want one! After just a few days of being available stock is clearly running low. Hint: Use the coupon code COTY09 at checkout to save an additional 10% off your entire order!

Math Problem by Ugmonk

Two New Ugmonk Tees Released

Jeff Sheldon of Ugmonk fame recently released two new tees, Clearly Ambiguous and Path To Nowhere. Path To Nowhere is a welcomed re-release of an old tee in a new colorway. I actually like the blue and white colorway over the original red and white version.

Clearly Ambiguous is a neat 3 color print with a conglomeration of leaf-like shapes strategically placed to form a larger shape. If I could name this shirt I would definitely have named it Gestalt, since it reminds of the principles behind Gestalt Psychology – a theory of mind and brain that “describes the form-forming capability of our senses (the word Gestalt in German literally means “shape” or “figure”), particularly with respect to the visual recognition of figures and whole forms instead of just a collection of simple lines and curves.”

Both shirts are available from Ugmonk for $21 but remember to use the coupon code “COTY09″ to save 10% off of your entire order!

Clearly Ambiguous by Jeff Sheldon

Path To Nowhere by Jeff Sheldon

I Shot The Serif

I am huge fan of Bob Marley and so when I spotted this tee over at Loiter Ink I knew that I just had to mention it on the blog. It’s simple yet brilliant. You can pick up this tee from Loiter Ink for $17. 

And speaking of Bob, my favorite song of his has to be Redemption Song off of his ninth studio album, Uprising. What’s yours? Haven’t heard Redemption Song, check out the mp3 below.

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I Shot The Serif

Two New Releases from AlrightOK

I missed this while I was away on vacation but while I was gone our buddies from AlrightOK released two new T-Shirt designs. Both Truckin’ and A-OK are now available at the AlrightOK online store for $18. Both are solid designs but I especially like the simple white print of the A-OK design on the ash blanks. And even better, A-OK can be worn inside out! Both of these new tees are available now for just $18. And since Alright OK is part of the Attack of the Coupon Codes promotion you can save even more by using the coupon code “coty” at checkout and save an additional 20% off your entire order!

A-OK

Truckin'