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What a better way to help with Japan Relief benefit projects, then to buy an awesome T-shirt that you’ll wear with pride, knowing that you’ve done something good? Mighty Fine has a couple of such tees for you, created exclusively for this noble purpose.

Mighty Fine Inspires is the name of a special category in Mighty Fine’s online shop. It features T-shirt designs made especially for Japan Relief projects fund raising, as portion of proceeds from all tees in that section will go toward Architecture for Humanity’s rebuilding efforts in Japan. Not only this cause is noble, but the designs themselves really look great, so we wanted to share some of them with you.

"Lucky Cat" T-shirt design by Tomi Monstre; available in junior's fitted sizes

"Lucky Cat" T-shirt design by Tomi Monstre; available in juniors fitted sizes

"Big Hug" T-shirt design by Patricio Oliver; available in unisex sizes

"Big Hug" T-shirt design by Patricio Oliver; available in unisex sizes

As for Mighty Fine, the label has been in existence for over a decade but it went live with welovefine.com, selling exclusive web product direct to consumers, in spring of 2010. “We have steadily sought to create inventive, fun, smart designs for fans of our licensed brands, which include Marvel, Sanrio, Scott Pilgrim, Sesame Street, Adventure Time, Peanuts and many many more”, says Nicole Campos of Mighty Fine, adding: “we have recently branched out into consumer-built T-shirt designs with our MyTee shirt builder, giving customers the chance to modify their own designs, choose their shirt color, etc”.

Cap Against Drugs T-shirt - available at Mighty Fine

Cap Against Drugs T-shirt - available at Mighty Fine

Mini Count Blah T-shirt - available at Mighty Fine

Mini Count Blah T-shirt - available at Mighty Fine

Only Date Heroes T-shirt - available at Mighty Fine

Only Date Heroes T-shirt - available at Mighty Fine

Mighty Fine also run a fun contest on their website, where they are asking you to guess the next in their X-Men Nouveau line and you can win a free T-shirt – or a three! Megan Lara, whose Nintendo nouveau designs were well trafficked on the web, is working with them on this set, so Mighty Fine is really excited for the big reveal, which they hope will be in a few weeks time.

We cannot wait to see next X-Men Nouveau design! How about you? Would love to hear your opinions on Mighty Fine’s offering, so don’t hesitate to leave a comment below. Thank you!

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Just got an email from Lowman, a.k.a. Jonathan Looman, who is Dutch T-shirt / clothing graphic designer. His company – Lowman – just released a brand new shirt. So, here is the info on it from them:

“We are kicking-off with the first in a series of limited edition typographic T-shirt designs. For this series the main goal will be getting high quality t-shirts with fresh designs on to your beautiful bodies!!

The first design to hit the streets is “Back Once Again”. Already a classic, this one is not only available in the original Black&White combo for Guys and Girls. There is also a very limited summer-color version in Grey&Purple for the guys and Pink&Purple for the girls.

A big plus is that, we made sure that the t-shirts are made from biological cotton and are emission and sweatshop free. So you get a good looking and great fitting Tee, which can be worn proudly”!!

Lowman shirt

Personally – I think it’s one great looking tee design! Like the slightly 80s style letters. Prices depend on T-shirt styles, but they are between 25 and 30 Euros. Now, go ahead and choose your style!

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Browsing the web in a holy quest of finding some cool tee designs, I came across an interesting T-shirt company. Mythic Style doesn’t have that many designs, but they kick ass for sure. I mean, I was blown away buy their design called “Juan De Los Muertos”. Maybe it comes from my secret obsession with mariachi and the Day of the Dead. Just look at it:

juan de los muertos

I picked one more design to be presented here. It’s called “The Soul Train”, and just by first look at this shirt I was instantly reminded of great late Joe Strummer and one of his ultimate hits, “Train In Vain”.

the soul train

All Mysthic Style shirts come in men / women styles and sizes. Designs are printed on America Apparel shirts, which is always a good choice. They use various printing techniques , but mostly it’s silk screening. They tend to differ from many other T-shirt companies by putting the interior print on their shirts.

Shirts cost 28 bucks, and if you purchase at least 3 of them they don’t charge a shipping (and you can get their company’s logo shirt for free). Hope they continue with what they started, maybe some ancient Indian burial ceremony would be an interesting choice for a new design…

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