Johnny Cupcakes released a handful of goods to mark this year’s Valentine’s Day. Our favorite piece is the Tattoo Valentine tee.
Get it for $35.99 via Johnny Cupcakes.
Bumpy Pitch presents “The Tavern Tee.”
The inspiration is clearly taken from that St. Patrick’s Day, but it’s also inspired by the idea of celebrating life with your folks. It’s a hectic world we all have to deal with, and sometimes you just gotta stop and enjoy the moment.
Available for $30 via Bumpy Pitch.
Johnny Cupcakes released three new tees and one new hoody over the weekend.
New tees include the eggplant and light blue crossbones logo design, a new Spring inspired colorway in their popular “Make Cupcakes Not War” design and a St. Patty’s Day inspired piece.
The new hoodie comes following the release of their popular Boston Bruins themed shirt last month. The hoodie, however, has the number 12 added to the back and the word “Cupcakes” arched across the shoulders.
All of the items are available now via Johnny Cupcakes.
Javaboi Industries released their a Limited Edition Halloween tee, which is called “Scary Brew.”.
The design features Javaboi, which is the brand ambassador for Javaboi Industries, in his Halloween costume.
He is a cute character design in mug form with sneakers, so what we did was parody Jason Vorhees from Friday the 13th and called him “Jason Vorbeans”.
“Scary Brew” is available in men’s and women’s cuts for $24 via Javaboi.
Sleepy Dan has released a new Halloween-inspired tee.
Creepy crawlers are still my biggest fear, it’s only right to make Bed Bugs the first Monster Under the Bed series design! This MUB series will be the Halloween staple for Sleepy Dan years to come.
The design is printed on a light yellow shirt and is limited at 60 prints, and each shirt is individually numbered at the back.
“Bed Bugs” is available for $28. Make your orders via Sleepy Dan.
Carte Postale has released three new Halloween-inspired tees.
The new tees include “Night Safari,” “A Sesame Street Thriller” and “Monster.Ink!”
Each is available for $26.50 via Carte Postale. Plus, through October 14, each purchase that includes at least one of these tees will receive goodies for free.
Bumpy Pitch is celebrating this year’s National holiday with their “Fourth of July” t-shirt.
Although this shirt is clearly inspired by the Fourth of July, the major undertone is the idea of celebrating independence in general.
The “Fourth of July” t-shirt is available for $30 via Bumpy Pitch.
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Snorg Tees released a tee design specifically for the upcoming Easter Holiday.
“Easter Egg You Look Like a Hussy” is corny as hell, yet I’d be lying if I said it didn’t make me smile.
“You can tell those easter eggs just wanted to be found by the way they’re painted.”
The tee is available for $5 off this week only, knocking down the $19.95 tee to $14.95. Make your order via Snorg Tees.
I’ve received a bunch of emails about new St. Patty’s Day tees, but none of the designs have caught my eye until the crew from St. Liberty tossed this one into my inbox.
A washed and well fitting white tee, with leather tag and attached wooden keychain. Left chest features a green shamrock that encapsulates a racist but charming depiction of a drunk and reckless Irish man stolen from a Thomas Nast cartoon.
“Nasty Irish” is available now for $23 via St. Liberty. Be sure to use our exclusive discount code, SHORTSLEEVE10, to take 10% off your order.
I moved to Oakland from Walnut Creek last year and I love everything about that decision, except that I’m further away from True’s shop in the Creek. I haven’t been there since I moved.
True has released a Valentines Day Collection, titled “Anti-Trust.” The collection features a zip hoody, tee, bikini underwear and CD. The message on all of the pieces is the same… sometimes love sucks.
The “Anti-Trust” collection is available in both men’s and women’s sizes (except for the bikini underwear).
You can order them at True in SF (1415 Haight Street), True East in Walnut Creek (1335 Main Street) and online via True.