Blake is a contributing blogger from You Design It, a company that specializes in custom t-shirt printing. This post has been edited by Rangga.
We are starting off a brand new year chock full of t-shirt posts from the top t-shirt bloggers. Like many times before, we’ll be bringing you the best of the best from around the Internet. See what we’ve chosen to pass along to you in case you missed them:
- Nine Notable Brands of 2009 from Tee Junction
I wanted to include this post first, because I like the brands listed. Miles to Go is one of my personal favorites, but there are quite a few others worth looking at. Start watching them now to see what 2010 holds.
- A Little Graphic Design/T-Shirt Humor via Pop Culture Tees
Ed Hardy brand t-shirts came onto the scene and spread like wildfire. Recently they have become the butt of jokes by their overexposure and predictable design look. Not sure what I’m talking about? Take a look at this sarcastic design and see how true it is for you.
- Lowdtown Friends and Freaks by Color Overload
Color Overload brings us a review of the t-shirt line Lowdtown by Ray Masaki. The line was created as its own character community of friends and freaks. If haven’t ever heard of this brand, you’ll want to check it out.
- Lost Writer in TeeFury Lost Parody T-Shirt from The T-Shirt Review
It is always cool to see a celebrity sporting a shirt created by one of the smaller niche brands. In this case it becomes much more relevant, because it’s a t-shirt based on the TV show Lost and it’s being worn by a writer for Lost. The shirt was featured at TeeFury and just received a popularity bump by its news celeb status.
- Hide Your Arms Cufflinks. Oh my yes. by Hide Your Arms
Andy just recently launched his first t-shirt for the Hide Your Arms blog. Next up are custom cufflinks with the same design. While these are probably not for sale, they are still cool to see.
- The Highly Motivated Super Motif from Buy-Tees
Buy-Tees always go above and beyond what their in-depth review. The latest one is about the brand Super Motif and it doesn’t disappoint. They give a behind-the-scenes look at the idealogy of the brand and it shows in the designs of their tees.
- Sinatra Thermochromatic Prototype via Coty Gonzales
A t-shirt printer was testing out some of his thermochromatic ink and created a design that changes with the temperature of the person wearing the shirt. The shirt design is even cool without the technology. This is one post that you don’t want to miss. Coty sure knows how to find them, doesn’t he?