This is Instagram T-Shirt Spotting. I use Instagram a lot. A LOT. This makes sense since I’m pretty much glued to my iPhone and I love to snap photos. One of the great things about Instagram are the awesome random photos that I stumble upon. Occasionally I spot an awesome T-Shirt on Instagram like Make Awkward Sexual Advances Not War from @mike01. You can find this shirt over at Noisebot for $16.99.
Out friends over at Made With Awesome recently posted a few photos from their recent adventures at the Pride Day Festival at Penn’s Landing in Philadelphia. In fact, that’s were they released their latest T-Shirt design, the very colorful, Gay By Birth Proud By Choice tee. The shirt is printed on Gildan 100% Cotton Ringspun Tee , but the excited part really is the “rainbow color” effect shown in the preview image. The effect is created by mixing inks during the screen printing process so that every shirt is unique. Cool! The shirt should be available on the Made With Awesome website for purchase real soon, so keep your open for them.
Below you’ll also find some image sof the Made With Awesome team, Roni Lagin and Evan Ferstenfeld at the Pride Day Festival, sporting their sexy Made With Awesome threads. And at the very, very, very bottom of the post you’ll see the latest Made With Awesome print, it’s called Historical Superheroes and it is … pure awesome. Here’s your task, figure out all five superheroes! Historical Superheroes is available now from Made With Awesome for $15.
Every day I come up with a new witty Threadless TypeTees Slogan in hopes of earning a place amongst the Threadless wordplay elite. At the end of every week I post a round up of that weeks slogans here on my blog. What can you do to help the cause? Vote! Just click on a slogan (preferably all of them) and then vote by click “I’d Wear It!” – it’s that simple! If you want to see and vote for all of my slogans then just click here or on that photo of me with the Rockband guitar. Vote for me and I will cook you anÂ spinach omelet with mushrooms, ham and lots of cheese if ever we meet in real life.
Week 8 (February 19, 2010 to February 25, 2010):
OK kids, you should never kid when it comes to fire. BUT..the old tip of stop, drop and roll makes me want to do a boogie woogie like its 1963. Not sure why. LOL.
It actually would be funny if Mangos were called WOMANGOS. Doesn’t seem to roll off the tongue in quite the same way, huh, HUH!
Oh, I really like this one! Because sometimes, colors can be indecisive. Take violet, for example – that color always seems as if it wants to be more blue then it does purple. And don’t even get me started with teal. Ugh, that teal.
It really is a shame that drawers aren’t multi-talented. Then again, they do an excellent job of keeping my pants and socks safe as well. And lets not forget those undergarments.
Because it is!
You can be as weird as you want to be. As long as you’re friendly, we’re cool.
Because we all know what happens when Popeye eats a can spinach! I love to have spinach with my salads, though, the Spinach Effect seems to have no influence on me.
The shirt is called The Best Things In Life and it’s by Spamshirt, but, that doesn’t really matter, does it? What does matter is this is probably the raunchiest product shot for a T-Shirt that I’ve seen all year long! If you’ve seen anything better then please feel free to link it up in the comments section!
If you’re interested in buying the tee than you can pick it up from Spamshirt for $22.
And now, the not-so-safe-for-work product shot for The Best Things In Life…
My favorite art and culture magazine, Beautiful/Decay, recently released their summer 2009 apparel line and to no surprise they’ve got some pretty fancy stuff! And why not, they only work with the best artist from around the world. Artists that worked on this summer series include: Sakke Soini, Gunsho, and Dekore (just to name a few). The tees are priced at $29.95, which is not bad considering you’ll be walking around with a piece of fine art strapped to your chest.