First off, before you start sending me hate mail, I do not and have never supported Adolf Hitler. What he did and what he stood for was an embarrassment to the human race. Having said that, Hipster Hitler, a webcomic by JC + APK is actually pretty hilarious! What’s brilliant is that Hipster Hitler wears a different T-Shirt in each comic strip and they actually sell said T-Shirts in their web store. The Hipster Hitler shirts are available via RedBubble and are priced at $27.93 a piece.
Amon Clothing is brand new brand based out Germany with a “high standard of design with equally high standards of quality and sustainability.” Each edition released is devoted to one them and one color and is aways complemented by black and white as well as special items. My favorites from their current line include Every Inch and Never Too Old, both of which are solid shirts.
Each of the tees are tagless and feature print on the lower hem of the shirt. The thing that caught my attention, though, was the very unique packaging. All of the shirts are 100% organic cotton and are silk screen printed in Germany. The shirts are available now from Amon Clothing for 28 EURO.
Human Trafficking is a huge problem andÂ Amnesty International in Germany knows this. They recently ran a marketing campaign to highlight the issues related with Human Trafficking and they caught it on tape.Â
Here’s a T-Shirt that is actually called Human Trafficking and was designed by artist Priscilla Wilson. You might be familiar with Priscilla since she is an avid T-Shirt designer and has had her designs printed at Threadless (she goes by the name valorandvellum). The design theme wasÂ Building roadblocks to human trafficking.Â It’s available at CommonThreadz, a site that produces Eco-Friendly T-Shirts that help fund programs that benefit orphans and vulnerable children in South Africa and other developing nations.Â For each t-shirt purchased, a school uniform is donated to an orphan or vulnerable child so they can go to school. The tee is available now for $38.
“Upon receiving the theme of “Human Trafficking” I started doing some research on the topic. There were a couple of things that struck me about the issue. Many of the victims, even as adults, enter the situation under false pretenses, and once they’re in it they don’t seek help to get out. It seems that it must be a devastating, despairing way to exist, and the only solution is if an outsider steps up and reports it. With this design, the intent is to show how small acts can mean big things to others and to show hope where there was none before.” – Priscilla Wilson