T-Shirt Blogs Round Up: Interview with Dance Party Massacre, Tweet Clouds, and T-Shirts In Vegas

Blake is a contributing blogger from You Design It, a t-shirt printing company that allows you to design t-shirts online. This post has been edited by Rangga.

This past week, the t-shirt blogs were in a frenzy over the tidal wave of Black Friday sales and the follow-up discounted sales on Cyber Monday. Since those are so easy to find, I thought it would be best to highlight the recent top blog posts not solely focused on Thanksgiving sales. Here goes:

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  • Interview with Dance Party Massacre by How to Start a Clothing Company
    Dance Party Massacre is a small clothing line from Boston Mass. How To Start A Clothing Company does a great job of introducing to them and show us what they are all about.
  • Tilteed are killing it, tees for $8! from Hide Your Arms
    Andy calls Tilteed “one of my favorite new design contests”. Your ears should perk up, because if Andy likes it, then these guys are doing something right. And there is nothing wrong with selling shirts for $8.
  • My T Shirt Went to Vegas… via t-shirt guy’s t-shirt blog
    This is an interesting concept. The T-shirt guy is offering to wear a t-shirt you send him at a famous landmark in Las Vegas and take a picture of it. Obviously that means a blog post will follow. Some of you t-shirt line peeps ought to take advantage of that.
  • Paint The Stars Fall/Winter Line by The Black Axe Blog
    In the Black Axe is at it again. They give us an inside look at the new fall/winter line from Paint The Stars. Like always, top notch quality!
  • The Definitive Workout Shirt from Coty Gonzales
    Coty brings to us one of the most clever t-shirts I have ever seen. A personal trainer created the shirts for his clients to measure their output during a workout. Nothing technical, but you have to see it to believe it.
  • Rude Retro’s Tweet Cloud by The T-Shirt Review
    It is always fun when a blog opens up its hood and lets us take a peek at the engine. Rude Retro gives us a little insight to the content of his tweets and the regularity. Cool data!
  • T-Shirt Coupon Codes, Discounts & Deals via Shirts On Sale
    I know I wasn’t going to mention this posts about Thanksgiving sales, but this one takes the cake. Shirts on Sale broke down all of the different sales and even alphabetized them. It is one very good definitive list.

Comments

  • Andy - 04/12/09 - Reply

    Thanks for the shout out Blake.

  • Alex - 04/12/09 - Reply

    Thanks for spotlighting my interview too!

  • Mercy - 04/07/12 - Reply

    Good concept. I like the black one

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