Posted in News, Reviews, tagged back print, brew, cool, cotton, custom, design, desteenation, hat, hawaii, ink, logo, online, retail, retro, seatlle, shirt, shop, size, store, style, t shirt, tavern, tee, tshirt, vintage on April 12, 2008|
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I’ve known about Desteenation for quite some time now, and every now and then I would check their website just to enjoy in their beautiful, vintage style shirts which are always connected to actual taverns, brew companies and other cool places across US of A. I think it’s a great idea for a tee company, since I’m a huge fan of brew companies (and their products, of course). Luckily, Desteenation prints some of that companies’ logos on their 100 % cotton shirts, using multi-colored ink. Some of the shirts even have a back print, and they also make some nice retro hats. I randomly picked some of their T-shirt designs to be published here, but make sure you check their website for many more cool designs.
I read on their blog that they’re pretty busy nowadays, dealing with new designs (can’t wait to see it) and possibly distributing their shirts through some major companies. Apart from their retail stores (one in Seattle Fremont neighborhood and other one at Kailua- Kona, Hawaii), you can always order their shirts through their online shop. Many sizes and styles (men, women, 3XL, ringer…), as well as custom sizes (avaiable on request). Prices are 22 US bucks, and the shipping is free if you live in “the promised land”.
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Posted in News, Reviews, tagged american apparel, cool, design, graphic, online, screen-print, shirt, shirts, split the atom, store, t shirt, tee, tees, tshirt on April 9, 2008|
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Hey there, tee lovers!
Well, for my first post I have decided to take a look at some of the crazy and very cool designs there at Split the Atom. As some of you may know, all their designs are printed on American Apparel shirts, which are 100 % percent cotton (plus they look really nice). Designs are screen-printed, using the highest quality methods. I have randomly chosen four of their designs, and if you’re into designing cool tee graphics you can submit your own design there at their site.
As far as the prices are concerned, they are expressed in GB pounds (usually around 15 pounds per tee), which doesn’t come as a surprise if you know it’s an UK online store. I think the price is fair, having in mind you buy DESIGNERS shirts from them.
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