Blake is a contributing blogger from You Design It, a printer that focuses on fast custom t-shirts. This post has been edited by Rangga
It’s that time again. The time when we bring you the top ten most recent t-shirt related blogs. We surfed the web for the most interesting, relevant, and all around cool, list that we could find. Here’s what we came up with:
- More Harry Potter T-Shirts Than You Can Wave A Wand At as listed on Hide Your Arms
With the new Harry Potter Movie coming out soon, now is the perfect time to snatch up a cool t-shirt to celebrate. This blog lists some of the coolest designs available.
*check also Hide Your Arms‘ the ultimate list of T-shirt lists!
- Ript Apparel is Rippin’ It Up, as posted on The T Addict
Ript Apparel is another “TeeFury-like” website featuring a new shirt every day, for only a day. What makes them stand out, as the T Addict points out, is their high quality artwork and cool designs. Check out some of their recent designs featured in the post.
- Okoto Keeps It Real, a new T-shirt brand review by Color Overload
Color OVerload shines the spotlight on the indie surf apparel line from Okoto. The cool thing Darren highlights is their continued participation in t-shirt design contests in the t-shirt community.
- Monday Giveaway “Goddess of Abduction” T-Shirt from Abduzeedo
You gotta love free stuff right? Especially when it’s a shirt this cool looking. All you have to do to win is to write about where you would go in it. Sounds easy enough!
- 30 Sweet Handpicked Designer T-Shirts listed on Jacob Cass’ Just Creative Design
This is a good list of high quality designed shirts from Design By Humans. The lists is coming from Jacob Cass, who has quite a following in the design blog community. See if your taste aligns with his.
- Soaring Through The Ivory Skies is one more brand review by Buy-Tees.net
It’s always good to keep an eye out for new T-shirt lines that show promise toward becoming “the next big thing.” One great way to do this is to check out the reviews posted on various shirt blog sites like Buytees.net. Ivory Skies is a company that shows a huge amount of design promise. Just peep the awesome “Astro Hand Tee” for proof.
So, you need some inspiration in designing or selling your T-shirts to the mass? Check these posts out:
‘Embedding’ Music on a T-Shirt by Militant Geek Custom Shirts
- The Differences Between RGB and CMYK, a T-shirt designing tip from T-shirt Factory
This concise post quickly and easily explains the key differences between RGB and CMYK. It’s a must read for anyone who is just starting out in the design and printing world.
- Myspace Marketing (for Your Clothing Line) were posted on Teebiz (originally written by T-shirt Magazine)
Virtually everyone who’s ever been online has heard of Myspace by now, so why not tap into that viral potential and start marketing your t-shirt line on the ultra-popular networking site? This cool article lists some great tips for doing just that.
Using t-shirts to sell music and vice versa is certainly nothing new. However, this strategy in doing so is very innovative. What is pretty cool is the new strategy Mos Def is employing. These shirts are designed with the album cover art on one side, the tracks on the other, and a download code on the hang tag. Pretty cool idea, huh?
Make Your T-Shirt Packaging Memorable is a great marketing tip by Liz from Pop Culture Tees
Often in the t-shirt industry companies focus all of their attention on marketing and design and not so much on the presentation of the packaging. Yet, I think we can all remember instances of really cool packaging from various companies that we’ve ordered from. Check out this helpful blog post for some tips to improve your packaging.