Holy kabonkers, I haven’t done one of these in what seems like forever. A vacation will do that! Luckily, I’m back and that means fresh episodes of Coty Loves Threadless for your viewing pleasure! This episode is a woozy so be sure to watch it. My Threadless Pick of the Week is The Homesick Cosmonaut by Jesse Lefkowitz because it features one lanky astronaut in outer space and he misses home!
Meteor Shower is the newest shirt from the brand designed solely by college students, ReThink Clothing. “Outer space has and always will be fascinating and full of mystery. With the discovery of dark matter, black holes, new galaxies and a ton of cool stuff these mysteries are unraveled. This shirt might also help unravel one more mystery, how astronauts (maybe some cosmonauts) stay clean in the final frontier.”
I should also note that this marks the first shirt from ReThink Clothing that features a printed inside neck label. The shirt comes in two colorways, purple and heather gray and is printed on an American Apparel blank. Both colorways are available now for $19.99 but you can save an additional 20% by using the coupon code “COTY” at checkout and you can save even more if you use the coupon code “BACK” by August 24!
I really like the design of this particular shirt and prefer the purple colorway over the heather version. And I am super stoked that ReThink switched to tagless shirts and preferring to screenprint the neck label. Now, if only I could take a meteor shower for real. If you had the opportunity to fly out into space, would you go?
Validus Apparel recently released their newest tees and I’m shocked it took me this long to find out! Shocked because they are hot! Each of the three new tees are printed on American Apparel blanks and are available for $18. My favorite has got to be Dismembered Bird, I simply love the concept and the colors work so well with one another. Ironically, you can find the dismembered head from the Dismembered Bird tee on the other new shirt, Fresh Collage. I love it!
Check out the first $500 contest winner from Tilteed, it’s called The 8-Bit Invasion and it’s by T-Shirt designer and contest site regular, radiomode. This is an awesome shirt, in my opinion and should go down well with geeks both young and old! It’s got that classic movie poster feel – instant classic! You can pick up this tee for cheaper than the $12 pre-order price if you use the coupon code “TiltCoty” at checkout, that will bring the price down to $10. What a steal!
The newest tee from one of my favorite indie tee designers was released with perfect timing. Man on a racing bicycle and decked out in a yellow suit. I wonder who that guy is? It’s obviously Lance Armstrong, who, incidentally is back and racing (as I type) in the Tour de France. He’s currently in third place, which is an astonishing feat in itself since he’s been away from the sport for more than 3 years! Maybe a finger pointing extraterristial is what needs to give him that extra boost! Race Advantage is available now from Glennz Tees and costs just $19.95.
This shirt by MasterControl excels on so many different levels! Cats have been getting an extraordinary amount of attention as of late, especially with the popularity of sites such as ICanHasCheezBurger. I’ve mentioned on the site before that I am not the biggest cat fan, but, this shirt is kickass because of the cats! Interestingly enough, MasterControl mentioned that this was originally submitted to Threadless but did not earn a print. I’m glad that this got a second chance at Design By Humans. You can pick it up from DBH for $25.Â
Here’s a more unconventional type tee for you. This one is called The Question Me Tee and is from Imperial Motion. The design features a plethora of questionable objects, like a spaceman, a hand grenade and the great pyramids of Egypt. If anything, this tee would make for a great conversation starter!
The Question Me Tee is printed on a slim-fit tee and features an inside neck label screen print. It’s available from Urban Outfitters for $14.99.Â
And here is a short, but cute, clip from the British show, Outnumbered. Kids ask some of the best questions!