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MONSIEUR T.’S HUGE CLEARANCE SALE

April 30th, 2009

Monsieur T. announces a huge clearance sale on their website with savings up to 60% off original prices.

Monsieur T.

The sale is to make room for the upcoming release of their Spring/Summer line. Limited stock is available.

Quentin of Monsieur T. is now a contributor on the famous blogging site, Club Mumble. He’s been showing previews of the Spring/Summer collection on his part of the blog.

Become a fan of Monsieur T. on Facebook and a follower on Twitter for quick updates on sales and hot news.

The Percival the Wise

April 30th, 2009

The Percival The Wise tee is available at Karmaloop.

The Percival the Wise

This is our tshirt of the week !

The Percival the Wise

The Percival the Wise

Women’s Crooks and Castels at Karmaloop

April 30th, 2009

This week Karmaloop introduces the very FIRST installment of women’s Crooks & Castles.

Women's Crooks and Castels at Karmaloop

Always known for their fresh men’s line, Crooks is making room for hot graphic tees fit for every woman.

Women's Crooks and Castels at Karmaloop

Women's Crooks and Castels at Karmaloop

Women's Crooks and Castels at Karmaloop

Thriving Ink looking for artists !

April 30th, 2009

Thriving Ink

Thriving Ink opened their flagship shop in Downtown Pleasanton. It is called Thriving Ink & Co.

Thriving Ink

In the shop, they’re featuring all of the Thriving Ink tees, as well as several independent brands and jewelry designers.

They’re having a blast meeting all of these amazing artists and getting to help them to grow their businesses.

They’re currently still looking for a few independent Brands to carry on consignment in their shop. They are also looking for some new artists!

Okayplayer and Definitive Jux contest !

April 30th, 2009

Okayplayer and Definitive Jux have partnered with Always Urban to host a contest that will let hip-hop fans vote on which crew makes the best t-shirts.

Okayplayer and Definitive Jux contest !

It is a rare grudge match between two well-respected camps who usually work together to bring music (and t-shirts) to the masses.

Pure Harmony Clothing

April 30th, 2009

Pure Harmony Clothing

At Pure Harmony Clothing they just released their summer line and it’s very 80s/surfy !

Pure Harmony Clothing

Jake, Pure Harmony Clothing:

“For the past few months of this semester, I have been working hard to create a line that reflects who I am.

Pure Harmony Clothing

I am very much in the 80s style, as well as old school so cal surfer. I feel my summer line is very versatile and can be worn by a wide variety of people.

Pure Harmony Clothing

Im super stoked with how everything has turned out, and last week I released 8 new shirts, 3 tank tops, 2 dresses, and a basketball jersey”.

Pure Harmony Clothing

Pure Harmony Clothing

Pure Harmony Clothing

Pure Harmony Clothing

Pure Harmony Clothing

Pure Harmony Clothing

puntoebasta clothing

April 30th, 2009

Puntoebasta Clotinng is online with a new website and their spring collection:

PEB CLOTHING

PEB CLOTHING

PEB CLOTHING

PEB CLOTHING

PEB CLOTHING

PEB CLOTHING

T-Post: Issue #44: “Death Penalty Economy Measure”

April 30th, 2009

T-Post: Issue #44: "Death Penalty Economy Measure"

Death Penalty Economy Measure

Quite a few American states now consider ending the death penalty. The reason? Well, it seems that killing people cost too much.

T-Post: Issue #44: "Death Penalty Economy Measure"

Martin O’Malley, Governor of Maryland, is cited in New York Times (February the 24th, 2009) stating that capital cases cost three times as much as homicide cases where the death penalty is not sought. Capital cases are expensive because the trials tend to take longer, require more lawyers and more costly expert witnesses. They are also far more likely to lead to multiple appeals.

It’s hard not to let the sarcasms sneak into one’s discourse when economy measures is on the table with regard to something as serious as the institutional taking of human lives. For, what conclusion is exactly to be drawn from this? Particularly interesting here is the rhetoric. Because this suggests that the death penalty is a commodity that can not be afforded in economically restrained times.

Design By David Foldvari

This issue was designed by one of our favourite illustrators at the moment – David Foldvari. David is a Hungarian who’s spent most of his life living in the UK.

I was going to tell you a bit about his work but it all sounded so cliché. Dark humour, Eastern European roots, amazing craftsmanship, bla bla bla. Let’s put it this way instead: if you’re interested in seeing the work of one of the most influential and talented illustrators around, go to his website. The illustrations will speak for themselves.

Ucon Spring 2009 line !

April 30th, 2009

Ucon Spring 2009 line !

Ucon Acrobatics is happy to announce the drop of the Ucon Spring 2009 line.

Ucon Spring 2009 line !

The designers worked hard to create the new Clothesline collection.

Ucon Spring 2009 line !

Jump to their website to browse the full range of spring products while the summer session is already in the pipeline!

Ucon Spring 2009 line !

Ucon pieces are limited and numbers go fast.

Ucon Spring 2009 line !

Ucon Spring 2009 line !

Ucon Spring 2009 line !

The toothpaste script

April 26th, 2009

The toothpaste script

The toothpaste script by Obey tshirt.

The toothpaste script

Christopher Raeburn

April 25th, 2009

Christopher Raeburn

Christopher Raeburn explores a dual design vision in his debut womenswear collection.

Presenting a concise range of beautifully functional outerwear garments constructed from original military parachute
fabrication, the designer pays homage to the idea of ‘future heritage’ by duplicating each design in pure, black, British wool.

Christopher Raeburn

Shadowing each silk parachute garment with its own heavy wool counter-part results in a thoroughly modern capsule of contrasting weights, silhouettes and textures.

Christopher Raeburn

A skilfully resolved, dual layer olive green parka, integrates seaming and cords from the original parachute to showcase the military functionality that Raeburn so carefully respects. Features such as a poppered shower-proof zip front and wind resistant pockets,
mean the objective of the original vessel remains true.

Christopher Raeburn

A fully reversible cape and fishtail coat are testament to the fine attention to detail that Raeburn demands in all his garments. Inverting autumn gold against olive green parachute and over-dyed “:Scheertarn” snow camouflage against black wool produces a
dappled autumnal colour palette.

Christopher Raeburn

A cropped quilted bomber jacket, featuring a hand embroidered circular quilting pattern mimicking Swedish digital snow camouflage netting is a highlight of the collection. The zipped hood detail and the elegantly adjustable poppered cuffs again reflect Raeburn’s
contemporary, urban outlook.

Christopher Raeburn

Also featuring a poncho, hoody and sprinter jacket, Christopher Raeburn’s A/W09 collection considers traditional construction techniques adapted for modern lifestyles.

Christopher Raeburn

Christopher Raeburn

Riot Tuxedo

April 25th, 2009

Riot Tuxedo

Riot Tuxedo, the eco friendly tees with a David Bowie meets Andy Warhol rocker vibe to them.

Riot Tuxedo

Riot Tuxedo is inspired by art and old punk rock albums but has a high end underground indie clothing label vibe with an arty DIY warrior spirit.

Riot Tuxedo

Riot Tuxedo posses a unique aesthetic and a refreshing approach including painstaking vintage washing and dyeing, to hand-made graphics/art and printing methods. With changing inspirations and themes every season, Riot Tuxedo proudly remains a misfit in direct opposition of the over-produced mundane eyesore fashion.

Riot Tuxedo

Riot Tuxedo

Riot Tuxedo

Riot Tuxedo

Riot Tuxedo

Children Truth

April 25th, 2009

Children Truth is a new tshirt available at Scribee:

ShirtCity

ShirtCity

life, death & doodle

April 25th, 2009

life, death & doodle” is the latest contest winner in april on the german design competition “A better tomorrow“.

life, death & doodle

Designed by: wotto and screenprinted on American Apparel shirts.

Full Metal T-Shirt

April 25th, 2009

FMT

Full Metal T-Shirt is a new ongoing contest t-shirt site. Winners are
chosen weekly, and get $200, a free copy of their shirt, and a $5
residual per shirt and art print sold, for an entire year!

FMT

They also have themed Design Showdowns every month - April’s theme is Steampunk!

FMT

FMT also just announced their first weekly contest winner, Liviu
Matei
, who designed Aqua Lion.

FMT

FMT

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