7.01.2015

ROBERT NIX NIXON "PB-R2" VIA TEEVILLAIN

http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?B=564538&U=648884&M=51598&urllink=
Robert Nix Nixon combines Star Wars' adventurious little droid with the best cheap American beer on the market to create "PB-R2," available today only (07.01.15) from teeVillain. The design was picked by guest curator BeastPop as part of teeVillain's WWT2: Create & Conquer battle, and I think it's a solid choice. I mean, honestly, who doesn't love Star Wars and beer? There are four different color t shirts to choose from, and you can also purchase posters and stickers through the siniStore.

6.30.2015

COTTON BUREAU "NEXT LEVEL USER TEST"

https://cottonbureau.com/products/next-level-user-test
Cotton Bureau is considering making the switch from American Apparel tees to their Next Level counterparts. I like both, but about 75% of the shirts in my closet are printed on AA blanks. I'll admit that knowing whether a shirt is printed on an AA blank has influenced my purchases in the past, but I also know a lot of people who feel the same about Next Level's products. Cotton Bureau certainly isn't taking this decision lightly, as they've come up with a pretty smart way to gauge how customers are going to feel about the change. From now until 07.03.15, they are offering a colorful new "Next Level User Test" design (created specifically for the task) on three different types of Next Level tees. Available to all customers, a midnight heather poly-cotton shirt or black 100% cotton shirt can each be purchased for just $12, and a heather grey tri-blend is $14.

This is the lowest price Cotton Bureau has offered anything other than their mystery tee; and the only thing they are asking in return is in your opinion. After you receive your shirt, they're going to check back to see how they fit, how they've held up, and how you think they compare to American Apparel. If this sounds to you like a great deal and a fun experiment to be a part of, you're not alone. Over 550 shirts already been sold. Get in on the action over at the Cotton Bureau store, and read more about the project on the brand's blog.

6.28.2015

SEIBEI "GOING PLACES"

http://seibei.com/products/going-places
Seibei dropped a bunch of fun tees earlier this month, including my new favorite from the brand, "Going Places." It's the perfect shirt if you like running, are a recent graduate ready to conquer the world, or just want to sport a drawing of a butt across your chest. Visit seibei.com to check out all of the new additions for yourself.

6.27.2015

BALL & CHAIN CO. X SWALLOW & DAGGERS "SWALLOWS & CHAIN" PATCH AND ENAMEL PIN

http://ballandchainco.com/collections/patches/products/swallows-chain-patch-pin
It blows my mind how many cool patches and pins you can find daily on Instagram. The quality and detail achievable on these small canvases is incredible. Ball & Chain Co. is responsible for some of the best stuff out there, and are constantly expanding their catalog with the raddest goods. One of their latest collaborations is with tattoo blog and lifestyle brand Swallows & Daggers. London tattooist Oliver Bach puts his spin on Swallows & Daggers' feline mascot, resulting in the "Swallows & Chain" 3" patch and 1" enamel pin. You can purchase them as a set or on their own from both the Ball & Chain Co. and Swallows & Daggers online shops.

6.22.2015

CAVITYCOLORS "EXPOSURE"

http://cavitycolors.com/collections/t-shirts/products/exposure-t-shirt
The hallmark of any CAVITYCOLORS' tee is a killer design printed in vibrant inks on a black or sometimes navy blue t shirt. "Exposure" is no different, except it adds a new color blank to the brand's catalog - the Alien Blood (maroon) tee. This rich brownish-red canvas only intensifies the grayscale to full color transition of Van Orton Design's stained glass like, "They Live!" inspired illustration. Limited quantities are in stock over in the CAVITYCOLORS shop, and the design can also be purchased on a black tank top.