Dance Party Massacre Summer 2010 Line

Dance Party Massacre recently released their Summer 2010 line featuring a slew of T-Shirts and tank tops ready made for the summer heat. Alex Dakoulas, founder of Dance Party Massacre, decided to take a more art director approach and invited a few guest designers to collaborate with on the summer line, including Matt Skiff, Joe Kelly, and Mario Jalbert.

The line features the Dance Party Massacre elements that we have come accustomed to, including gore mixed in with a little light fun. You’ll also notice this line in particular features a more retro era feel reminiscent of 50’s black and white movies and biker gangs. Pieces from the new line, including tees, tanks and v-necks, range in price from $19.95 to $23.95 but be sure to use the coupon code “COTYG” at checkout for an additional 10% off your entire order! Go and buy some DPM gear now!

The Dance Party Massacre crew put together a neat little video documenting some behind the scenes action involving the summer 2010 line, specifically the product photoshoot. Take a peek at it below!

Rebel With A Cause

The Horror Club

Knife Fight

Live While You Can

Dance party Massacre Summer 2010 Line

Akumu Ink

If big, bold designs are your thing then definitely do yourself a favor and check out Akumu Ink. They’ve got some awesome designs infused with elements of horror and mystery. Some of the designs are a bit Tim Burton-ish, which I can appreciate considering I am a fan of Burton’s work.

My favorite designs from Akumu Ink have got to be Starved and The Investigation. Starved reminds me a bit of the classic Hitchcock movie from 1963, The Birds. And The Investigation looks like it was inspired a tad bit by the tales of Sherlock Holmes. Both are solid T-Shirt choices.

The shirts shown here are priced at $21.99 and are printed on American Apparel tees. They also have hoodies and v-necks available for sale.

Starved Guys

The Investigation Guys

The Ripper

Co-Tee TV Episode 42: Zipperking, Butchrd Apparel and Paul The Pig

In this episode of Co-Tee TV I wear Spirit Quest by Zipperking and available at ShirtFight and review Paul th’ Butchrd Pig from Butchrd Apparel a brand that takes your local butcher to the next level by serving up tasty T-Shirts!

Be sure to check out Episode 20 of Co-Tee TV to watch the unpacking of the Spirit Quest shirt from Shirtfight!

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You can also watch this episode on Vimeo, Viddler, YouTube, blip.tv and download and sync all episodes to your iPod or iPhone by subscribing for free to Co-Tee TV in the iTunes Store.

Coty’s Thoughts:

Paul th’ Butchrd Pig by Butchrd Apparel. Pros: Huge print, design covers the bottom of the tee to the top third of the shirt. Printed on an American Apparel blank so you know what to expect when it comes to size, fit and comfort. Great packaging (tees are packed shrink wrapped in a styrofoam meat tray) that matches the “butcher” theme. Comes packaged with a toy and a promotional code that can be used with future purchases.  Cons: You’ve got to be at least a little twisted to wear this shirt around town. You might get some looks at which point you can bust out your meat cleaver. Price: $12.

Butchrd Apparel

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15% off at Airastile

Airastile (air-a-style) is the creation of Santa Fe, New Mexico based designer and illustrator, David Medrano. If you’re wondering what Airastile means, don’t think too hard because there is no meaning. Medrano didn’t want his brand categorized or defined by a specific genre, instead, he wanted the people that wore the brand to define it – Airastile is what you want it to be.

Airastile currently has 5 tees for sale priced at $20 a piece but you can save 15% and get free shipping by using the code “airastile09″ at checkout.

Fresh To Death

Gnar-goyle

Tiger

Sponsor A Zombie Program

The Sponsor A Zombie video courtesy of the band Mercury Radio Theater is hilarious! It definitely made my halloween. You’ve got to watch the video, it spoofs those charity infomercials brilliantly. The $20 Sponsor A Zombie care package features a picture and letter from your zombie (how amazing is that), a SPAZ T-Shirt , bumber sticker and a Sponsor The Zombie EP featuring the tracks:

  1. Dejected, Adj.
  2. Are you Adequately Prepared to Rock!
  3. Evil con Carne
  4. The Hypno Eye
  5. Onward Zombie Soldiers
  6. Spare Parts
  7. It came from down south
  8. Joe spilt his beer

Electric Zombie Previews New Line

So unless you made it to the EZ Chat then you won’t be able to find these photos anywhere else. The new Electric Zombie line drops Friday, November 13. What do you guys think of the new line? I’m really digging that new custom polo. So, new tees, new baseball tees, custom polo and custom pants. Lot’s to be excited bout!

UPDATE: All but three have been removed as per Kyle from EZ!

Electric Zombie

Electric Zombie

Electric Zombie

Co-Tee TV Episode 29: Zombie Liquorice, Gore + Giveaway!

Welcome to Episode #29 Co-Tee TVers! I’ve got a jam packed week of T-Shirt goodness ready for you. And all you need to do is sit back and watch! In order to make up for missed episodes I will be doing one episode a day, each and every day this entire week. This means five fresh episodes for your viewing pleasure all week long.

We kick things off in a big way by reviewing Night Knight from Zombie Liquorice and designed by Chad Lenjer aka discordantart. Plus, Zombie Liquorice is sponsoring a give-a-way and this means someone will be walking away with the Dan Mumford designed Bone Ranger Shirt from Zombie Liquorice. How exciting!

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You can also watch this episode on Vimeo, Viddler, YouTube, blip.tv and download and sync all episodes to your iPod or iPhone by subscribing for free to Co-Tee TV in the iTunes Store.

Coty’s Thoughts:

Night Knight by Chad Lenjer aka discordantart and available at Zombie Liquorice. Pros: Zombie Liquorice sure has an eye for detail, from the custom packaging to the large and intricate designs, everything is well executed. They use American Apparel tees that fit like a charm and feel great. Night Knight is screen printed in three different areas (front, back and inner neck) and is tagless for itch free comfort. Overall, I am very impressed with what Zombie Liquorice has to offer. Cons: Zombie Liquorice will probably not appeal to everyone. Having said that, if you love horror movies, gore, metal, and/or skulls then I highly encourage you to checkout Zombie Liquorice – you’ll probably enjoy the rest of what they have to offer! Price: $20.00 but you can save 11% by using the coupon code “COTYGONZ” at checkout!

Night Knight

Win Bone Ranger from Zombie Liquirice!

Zombie Liquorice and Co-Tee TV is giving away one (1) Dan Mumford Designed Bone Ranger shirt ($20 value) to one lucky (and size Large wearing) Co-Tee TV viewer. Yes, I only have one size to giveaway, a Men’s Large, so enter if you wear a large, know someone who wears a large or perhaps want to have cool artwork to hang on your wall.

All you need to do is either:

1. Leave a comment in THIS blog post telling me your favorite HORROR FLICK of all time.

and/or,

2. Leave a comment on the Co-Tee TV Facebook Fan Page telling me your favorite HORROR FLICK of all time.

Easy, huh!

By the way, if you do both of the options above then you double your chances at winning!

The contest ends on Friday, September 18, 2009 at 11:59 pm Hawaii Time. I will randomly select one (1) winner to receive the Bone Ranger (men’s large) Shirt. Good luck!

The Bone Ranger

If you want to send me a product to review, please feel free to do so. You can find my information in the contact menu above. Thanks!


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