Huh? Why, you asked? Teespring is a site that helped you to crowdfunding your design. It’s clearly helping you out without spends a large money to buy printer and not much rivalry like Threadless or Design by Humans to get printed.
It’s the Year of the Bat. And Treadless, teaming up with Bat Conservation International, raising funds in hope of preserving the worlds bat population.
Fashion and music lovers in Bury St Edmunds can now support charity and their favorite bands at the same time. This is all thanks to Out of the Woods Clothing a new local business with national ambitions.
Out The Woods Clothing is an independent clothing label, innovative clothing range selling quirky graphic T-shirts where 100% of British Heart Foundation. This concept uniquely fuses fashion, music and charity, and is all set up by four friends who are still at university, Richard Mutimer, Olly Page, Andy Waterhouse and Oli Shilling, from Bury St Edmunds.
Coffee & Cigarettes Clothing Co. is an independent clothing company launched in Fall 2011 which heavily Influences are derived heavily from various music scenes, particularly by the attitude and ethos of punk and hardcore but also by the aesthetic of indie music scenes, and skating culture. Just take look at Strange Flowers T-shirt to get the feel.
Feed Just One, comes from Mother Teresa quote that says, “If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.”, the socially responsible clothing organization was started with a simple idea, a batch of 24 shirts, and a MySpace page back in 2007. They set up at concerts and music festivals and traveled the country selling shirts and now every single shirt from them means donating $ 7.50 to Think Humanity.
If you’re wondering when will owls hang out together take over the parliament or why ferrets are fun, but when a group of them get together it’s all business — you have to give Gaggle of Tees a few seconds to change your perception on how small groups can thrive to make big impacts.
The shirts are based on the idea that groups of animals have cool names – a group of crows is called a murder of crows, a group of owls is called a parliament of owls, etc. With 10% of anything you buy at Gaggle of Tees donated to do-good foundations, you know how good it works. Just make sure you pick the right tee for yourself
Gaggle of Tees: Website
LUVD is clothing brand with passion. And its passion is not only flooding the earth with good looking tee shirts and other kinds of apparel but also to brings a very strong message of encouragement while offering a means to support worthwhile causes. It works hand-in-hand with community (Falling Whistles, Discover the Journey, Preemptive Love Coalition and Lifewater International) and consumers (you!) to realize its dream.
A little bit more about LUVD after the break:
On January 12, 2010, Haiti was struck by a magnitude-7.0 earthquake, the country’s most severe earthquake in over 200 years. The epicenter of the quake was just outside the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince. The capital city was devastated.
It has now been weeks since the devastating quake. The latest estimate offered by the European Union citing Haitian authorities stands at 200,000 people dead and many more injured. This number is comparable in scale to the 2004 Asian tsunami, which was estimated at 230,000 people dead.
Many earthquake victims in Haiti are still dying due to the lack of medical attention, food and basic sanitary conditions. There are now reports of erupting violence and an imminent public health disaster, which might make the death toll climb even further.
Local Celebrity concern to Haiti relief and launched a special Yele Haiti tee ($30 or $20 for A-List price) for Wyclef Jean’s organization. This shirt was designed to raise support and awareness for their ongoing efforts, and also to give you something to wear that will hopefully help you strike up conversations with people about another way to help out. If you would like to buy this shirt in bulk, please contact Local Celebrity.
This tee is an authentic Local Celebrity brand t-shirt, Made of 100% super-soft cotton and 100% of profits donated to Yele Haiti!
On January 12, 2010, a massive earthquake struck Haiti, causing unbelievable damage inside and around the capital city of Port-au-Prince. Here are one of ways that you can get involved to aid in the relief effort: $10 from every purchase of this Rahzo tee shirt ($20.00) will be directed to MercyCorps for Haiti Relief Efforts.
The t-shirt for Haiti is inspired with nice bluish color and amazing combination of shapes that formed a lady face. It looks exotic for both men and women.
What so great about Rahzo tees is that their tees are using sustainable bamboo garments!
Fabric woven from bamboo yarn is light, almost translucent, and softer than cotton. It has a natural quality that feels like silk, but has the advantage of being machine-washable. This natural fiber is hypoallergenic, absorbent, and fast drying. It is naturally anti-bacterial and will not hold odor. Like other natural fibers, it allows the body to breathe as the fabric absorbs the perspiration away from the body.
And because of its natural antibacterial properties, it needs no pesticides. This fabric is cooling in summer, warm in winter, and environmentally friendly year round.
Rahzo’s sustainable bamboo garments were produced using renewable-energy, wind-powered, eco-friendly, carbon-neutral facilities, with sustainable processes wherever applicable, a low water footprint, and low-impact farming practices.
So if you like this good looking tee from Rahzo, don’t hesitate to buy it now, especially the shirt I mention earlier. Not forget to remind you that every dollar you spend on this tee helps our brothers and sisters in Haiti.
The news about earthquake struck Haiti recently definitely blew our mind. Haiti is the poorest country in the region and solving this problem all alone is nearly impossible. They need our help. One of respected t-shirt maker, Threadless, is trying to knock t-shirt fans empathy by creating this superb shirt. All sales made from this shirt will be donated to Haitian through American Red Cross.
Can you read the sentence written in this design? I had trouble too reading it. Apparently it’s written in Creole language, one of official language in Haiti (beside French). It reads as “Men anpil chay pa lou” and can be translated as “Many Hands Make the Load Lighter”. They can’t solve this humanity problem alone and they need us. World’s hand on this matter definitely will a relief to their pain.
As incentive, Threadless is giving low price for this good-looking typography tee shirt (designed by Thomas De Santis), only US$10 for both guys and girls size. Ask your friends (and of course yourself) to contribute and help our brothers and sisters in Haiti.
First thing first, let me tell you the equation:
Movember (yes, that’s next month!) + No Star (my fav vintage-styled tee maker) = Mo Star
So what’s the catch here? I’m sure you’re aware that Movember is a yearly, month-long celebration of the mustache, highlighting men’s health issues. But do you know that your mustache can cure cancer?
As reported by Mustache Glory, there are a pair of popular charities that seek to cure cancer through the growth of glorious mustaches — Movember and Mustache vs. Cancer. You gotta check on the two organization. But I want to particularly talk about the Movember Foundation, an organisation started in 2003 which later set to encourage men to grow mustaches in the month of November to raise money for prostate and testicular cancer.
The charity claims that to date, over $47 million has been raised through official moustache-growing campaigns in the U.S., Canada, UK, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia and Spain. Isn’t an impressive numbers, telling us the potential power mustache? Now, stop keeping that stupid mind-set of “Please.. It’s just a mustache!”
Getting back to No Star, the clothing label has teamed up with Movember and is both donating proceeds form all our mustache tees and starting a team of our own…a team to be reckoned with for Movember movement. From the collection, you got three mustache-theme tees to choose from:
Mustache are Dead — a tee that illustrates reborn-mustaches’ comeback from closet cool to fraternity must-have in almost overnight.
Guns — a long-time best seller tee shirt that shows you the facts that people with mustaches kill people. Guns? They don’t kill people.
Nosewings — this tee appreciatethe awesomeness of people with nosewings. Nosewings are little, bristly wings that tickle lips, catch food and help you take flight in social gatherings.
So, which one is your mustache tee?