I LOVE this Origami Fox T-Shirt by Square Thursday. You know what else love? The product shots. They’ve got awesome product shots. Seriously, awesome. Those models? Killer handsome. Check out all of the Square Thursday products, if only just to gawk at the hairy models.
I’ve never been a fan of Fox News. And The Crystal Method seems to agree with me. Check out this photo of the group wearing a Fuck News Let’s Make Shit Up T-Shirt, an obvious homage to the idiots over at Fox News, courtesy of ourÂ friends at Ban T-Shirts. The photo was taken at Belly Up Aspen this past June by Michael Goldberg and you can check out more photos from the concert here.
I’ve always been a fan of Itself, the online T-Shirt shop that prides itself on the simplicity of their designs. They are known for their “basic” Itself Tee – solid colored T-Shirt blanks with the only branding being the Itself tag on the lower left seam of the shirt. The Itself Tee comes in 8 solid colors, is made by itself and is priced at a reasonable $15.
But were not here to talk about the Itself Tee. The Itself shirt of the moment is The Mischievous Mr. Fox by the designer known simply as YAWN. The Mischievous Mr. Fox is a slight departure from the usual simple Itself designs, but it is nonetheless a welcome departure. The illustration looks highly detailed and the fox indeed looks quite mischievous.
Speaking of foxes, how many of you have seen Fantastic Mr. Fox? I’ve been meaning to watch this flick. I’ll probably add it to my Netflix queue.
And by the way, I’ve gotten word from Itself that they’ll be sending me The Mischievous Mr. Fox for a future episode of Co-Tee TV! I’ve heard a lot of good things about the Itself Tee so I am excited to review this one.
When people ask me where they should go to for “political” tees I always point them to Ban T-Shirts because they always seem to deliver with their goods. This anti Glenn Beck T-Shirt is no different. The conservative political commentator and host of the FOX show bearing his name is known by his liberal counterparts for his provocative views. For many, provocative for Glenn Beck means speaking without thinking.
Wow, other than the occasional Threadless sale reminder post, I haven’t really posted about a Threadless tee in a while. What ever happened to Coty Loves Threadless? Hmmm….
In an case, I couldn’t resist posting this tee by Alvaro Arteaga Sabaini. It’s called Springfield Still Life and is an obvious nod to The Simpsons. I remember when this show first came out, I was about 8 years old and in the third grade. It was 1989 and doodling Simpsons characters were all the rage. I can’t believe The Simpsons have endured on TV this long. Then again, why not? It was and still is an amazing show.