Category Archives: Tee Shirt Trends


Definitive Music Festival T-Shirts for the Young and Free

After an almost a two decade long hiatus in the 1970s and 1980s, music festivals caught on as an enduring cultural phenomenon and with them came ever better t-shirts. With the tees, fans could celebrating the acts themselves, bond over the shared festival experience  or simply look stylish. Here we’ll take a look at the shirts festivals brought to the masses.


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Sharpen Up: 11 Creative T-Shirt Designs

Creative T-Shirt Designs

They might seem like an ordinary piece of clothing, but t-shirts can also prove themselves as a blank canvas for a creative artist to make his magic. Sometimes it’s the clever message, sometimes it’s the mix of colors and sometimes it’s a brand new approach that blows everyone away – but one thing’s for certain – the tees we’re about to present you are highly creative. Continue reading

Clean Tees: New Self-Washing T-Shirts Making Life Easier

Self-Washing T-Shirt

Washing clothes often comes as one of those daunting tasks we are all forced to face when setting off on our own in life. A lot of big boys out there are still used to their moms doing the laundry and if you happen to be one such boy, the product we’re about to present you with might prove as a real life-saver. Continue reading

Kanye West’s Ridiculously Expensive Plain White Tees Selling Like Hotcakes

Plain white t-shirts are ubiquitous today, the kind of apparel just about everyone has. Whether people prefer wearing them only at home or make them a part of their overall style is a matter of personal preference, but the simple fact is – everyone has at least one plain white tee in their closet.

Kanye West T-Shirt

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Fuck the Draft T-Shirt

FASHION POLICE: T-Shirts That Ran Afoul Of US Law

As you probably already knew, t-shirts are more than just a piece of cotton apparel; they define our style, life choices and opinions. And such opinions can sometimes get in you in trouble with the law, especially if you have them printed at the front side of your t-shirt. So right now we’ll bring you a few t-shirts that had their run-ins with the law.

And as usual, it’s not just a plain “Bullshit t-shirt” that will get you into trouble, there has to be an underlying message to it, as you can see in the few of the given examples.

F–k the Draft

If you disrespect the law in its own house, you’re bound to get up to your neck in trouble, which is basically what happened to a 19-year-old Paul Robert Cohen who wore a t-shirt with the words “F—k the Draft” inside the Los Angeles Courthouse. He got convicted of “maliciously and willfully disturbing the peace or quiet of any neighborhood or person by offensive conduct.

Fuck the Draft T-Shirt

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This Design Contest Is Purrrfect

Aside from, say, bacon, is there an Internet meme as evergreen as cats, be them adorable, disapproving, ninja-like or sleepy? No, I didn’t think so, nor did our pals at We Love Fine. They fancy the felines so much they’ve opted to stage a design contest around our furry, four-legged friends, complete with celebrity judges and cold hard cash.

More about those prizes:

Grand Prize: Up to $2,500! We will start the grand prize at $1,000. We will track the number of ratings in the contest; for every 100 new ratings after 100,000 ratings, the dollar value of the grand prize will go up $1. Be sure to tell ALL your friends, family and internet pals to rate every design! With enough rates, the prize could reach a maximum of $2,500 cash!

Guest Judge’s pick (2): Our guest judges Ben Huh and Tardar Sauce the Grumpy Cat will each select their personal favorite design, and those artists will win $400 cash!

Runners-Up (2): Two runners-up will receive a $150 gift certificate for

Honorable Mention (5): Five honorable mentions will receive a $50 gift certificate for

Voting opens December 12 but you can view the submissions received thus far here. Because I’m a sucker for phonetic puns, my early pick is this Cat Burglar entry from Matthew Parsons.

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