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2011 began more than promising with some really cool T-shirt designs,  to our joy, judging by the emails we’ve gotten so far. If you already checked best designs & tees in 2010 by our choice you will be interested in some of the new designs we want to present in this article.

New T-shirt releases in 2011

We’ll start with VXRSI, a sports-based brand which celebrates art of competition in it’s truest form. They have a number of new arrivals in their online shop, including shirts, hoodies, beanies and some other items. To see it all click on picture below.

Evolve T-shirt by VXRSI; $28.00

Evolve T-shirt by VXRSI; $28.00

Springleap – a submit & vote design platform – have announced their latest winner. It’s Mekazoo is the winning design Brute Force Brigade for the Springleps’ latest Open Theme December 1 Competition. If you like this tee and want to order it click on the picture.

Brute Force Brigade by Mekazoo @ Springleap; $24.00

Brute Force Brigade by Mekazoo @ Springleap; $24.00

Not only Socialfabrik added few new designs to their online shop (they  feature Deadbeat Clothing, too), but they”re also offering a whopping 25% discount on all items until the end of January. All customers need to do is use the discount code JANUARYSALE at the checkout. Click – click!

Woodland T-shirt by Socialfabrik; £20.00

Woodland T-shirt by Socialfabrik; £20.00

WolvesVsLions just got a new shirt in, called Don of the Jungle. It’s their largest print yet and is printed on black men and women’s tultex. They have also recently launched a new website. Not only that – you can get a 10% off your order by using the code SESTO at the checkout.

Don Of The Jungle T-shirt by WolvesVsLions

Don Of The Jungle T-shirt by WolvesVsLions

Retro Campaigns is a small, LA-based brand that designs and prints tees recalling memorable characters and moments from American political history. Their new shirts in 2011 feature Woodrow Wilsons, Jesse Jacksons and Michael Dukakis campaigns.

Jesse Jackson For President 1988 Campaign T-shirt by Retro Campaigns; $19.99

Jesse Jackson For President 1988 Campaign T-shirt by Retro Campaigns; $19.99

We’re sure you’ll find something interesting for yourself among these offers because you know that when we recommend something it is of great quality and value for money. We also always (well, mostly) feature clothing that is made the independent way, which is what you support, too. Right?

If you like what you see – make sure to leave a comment below!

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Well it’s not a free mp3 by Melanie Fiona as you might have thought – it’s another portion of T-shirt news. I will start with the cool T-shirt concept by LTD Tee, who collaborated with Netherlands premier illustrator BFree on this wonderful unique tee design.

Off To Nowhere box set by LTD Tee

Off To Nowhere box set by LTD Tee

The Off to Nowhere Box Set includes: 8.5” x 11” art print, certificate of authenticity & artist bio, LTD Tee postcards and custom LTD Tee Box, as always. Box set is available for $26.99.  You can save 10% this week on all LTD Tee products by using discount code NOWHERE!  Available in both men’s and women’s sizes.

In case you’re a T-shirt designer and love concepts such as Threadless, Springleap, Design By Hümans and others you’ll be happy to know there’s another one starting. Loviu is a new web site that allows designers to submit their artwork and fans to vote for their favorite designs. The most popular designs will get printed on and sold as T-shirts.

Loviu opening T-shirt contest

Loviu opening T-shirt contest

Speaking of Design By Hümans – they have new Flickr!, new “shirts of the day”, some reprints and other cool stuff, such as a discount code with 10% off on all orders til December 16th – the code is 5TSNMC (you just write this code at the checkout and recieve a 10% off).

Storytelling T-shirt by neonbeast at Design By Hümans

Storytelling T-shirt by neonbeast at Design By Hümans

Also, Springleap runs a new T-shirt contest. Designers that can produce the best T-shirt design can stand a chance to win $625 that is R5000 in cash. They can enter any designs they like, time is limited because they only have 4 days to enter. More info here.

Midnight Summer Dream by kharmazero at Springleap

Midnight Summer Dream by kharmazero at Springleap

And I’ll add this with EndangeredWear newest tee called Bombs Away. The tee is limited to just 50 copies printed on American Apparel shirts and they are going quick. The price is $18.99 and you can also have a 10% off any order by using the promo code: hohoho (this is valid for just a few days, so better hurry up)!

Bombs Away T-shirt by EndangeredWear

Bombs Away T-shirt by EndangeredWear

Have some other cool T-shirt news? Please share with all of us by leaving your comment below! Danke schön!

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Springleap.com has another winner, folks! This time it is called “Brilliant” and it is made by designer theinfinityloop. Take a look at it, I think it’s really great, if not brilliant!

Brilliant

Design shows just a couple of gentlemen cats hangin’ out at the pub experimenting with their food. I especially like tees in brown color, so it’s a plus in my book for sure, but be your own judge. This shirt is available for $19 or 15 Euros there at Springleap.com online shop.

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More Springleap news everyone – People Against Suits and Ties and Springleap.com have teamed up to bring you a great new competition running concurrently with our regular bi-weekly competition! Design the OFFICIAL T-shirt for Casual Day and win R5000 (About US$600) in cold hard cash, t-shirts, not to mention the massive exposure and kudos with proceeds going to help disabled people.

Celebrity P.A.S.T. Members Graeme Richards 'TV Presenter' and Tansey Coetzee 'Miss South Africa' strutting 'Just A Tee Suits me Fine'

Celebrity P.A.S.T. Members Graeme Richards 'TV Presenter' and Tansey Coetzee 'Miss South Africa' strutting 'Just A Tee Suits me Fine'

Deadline for submission is 12th August 2009! Time to get cracking with those TEE-licious designs.

Details here!

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Springleap.com has another winner! The winning tee design is called Spring Bottle and it was designed by Brazilian artist by the nickname of Cash. Now, that’s a cool nickname, ’cause he has certainly earned nice ammount of cash by winning Springleaps’ competition. Here’s the design.

springleap

I personally don’t like the design so much, as the concept behind it – a man (or some kind of a buddhist-monk) riding the bull, opening the jar and letting out the butterflies, as the sign of the spring. If you’re not familiar with Springleap.com, it’s the online “submit’n’vote”-platform, where they have bi-weekly winners, whose designs are being printed on finest tees and sold to you for fair prices.

I’d just like to add that there are more and more sites like this around the world, heck – there was even one in my homeland of Croatia! Seems like this concept works for some, but they have to be serious about it, just like Springleap seems to be.

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Springleap.com visitors have chosen another winner this week, and it’s called “Here comes trouble…” by German design DeeDeeKid, very talented deisgner whose portfolio is full of wonderful graphics. Here’s the winning design:

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My impression is thatcolors he picked for his design fit perfectly with black shirts, on which the design is printed, so if you like funny / cartoonish / iconic tee designs, make sure you get this one (it’s $19 or 15 Euros).

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Springleap.com is a T-shirt platform, similar to Threadless or Design By Hümans. That means it is open for all tee designers to submit their designs and gain votes for them. Design that gets the most votes is getting printed. So, Springleap’s latest winner is called “Humanity will be next”, and is made by the Netherland’s designer diamind.

winner

This means that this T-shirt is available for your pre-order. And while you’re browsing Springleap’s nifty website, you might as well check their other shirts / designs, I know you’ll find something nice for your body… Oh, and the prices are quite fair, which is a plus ($15).

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