I featured Lil’ loveDriven a few weeks ago because their pair driven T-Shirt design, Two Peas In A Pod. That particular T-Shirt combo caught my fancy, and was simply too damn cute! Given that Lil’ LoveDriven is in the business of making tees for both the romantics and hopeful romantics amongst us, it’s no surprise that they’ve got a special line of tees celebrating the day of love making – Valentine’s Day! You can even score the tees in some pretty snazzy packaging. No doubt that your loved one might be sick of chocolate, so why not get him/her some Lil’ LoveDriven instead? Valentines Day packages are available for an extra $9.99 or $5.99 charge and you need to order by February 7, 2011 to ensure delivery by Valentine’s Day.
I also love posting photos of brick and mortars and little pop up shops, so I was pretty stoked to hear that Lil’ LoveDriven has taken things to the next level by opening up a little Lil’ LoveDriven kiosk at a local mall. Check out the photos to see their setup! Thanks Gerald for sending over the photos!
Posted on 31 January '11 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 2 Comments.
In a perfect world, the dead would bury the dead and then head out for Chinese takeout. The guys over at Dead Bury Dead have just released their latest tee and its the perfect tee for those of you who 1. love Chinese food, or 2. love the typography of old school Kung Fu movies. Speaking for myself, I love both Chinese food and old Kung Fu movies. I used to watch the heck out of old Bruce Lee flicks as a kid.
What’s great about this shirt, other than the tee of course, is the great packaging that it comes in. It might just be your typical Chinese takeout box, BUT, it totally makes the T-Shirt that much better. The Dead Bury Dead took the theme of this T-Shirt to the next level, in my opinion. Having said that, are those Chinese characters on the tee Dead Bury Dead translated into Chinese? If you read Chinese, let us know!
Takeout is available now from Dead Bury Dead for $19.99.
Posted on 11 June '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 4 Comments.
This new packaging design from Russian design firm, DarkDesignGroup, initially caught me off guard. Normally, when you think of T-Shirt presentation, you think of it as being either folded or hanging on a hanger. DarkDesignGroup completely re-imagined how a T-Shirt can be presented and packaged. The design provides a unique look that is not only eye-catching but also intriguing. I initially thought the item was a toy when I first saw the product shots!
Critics might argue that the new design uses plastic unnecessarily and might inflict unwanted wrinkles. I, however, a blogger who has probably seen one too many T-Shirts folded in the traditional manner is impressed by the out of the box thinking and design.
Posted on 21 December '09 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 4 Comments.