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31 December 2010 ~ 1 Comment

Tee Contest Year in Review(s) 2010

As the year wraps up, I thought it might be fun to take a look at some of the coolest designs that were printed this year. I’ve selected a favorite shirt from each month, making this a list of 12 of the best and brightest pieces in tee design this year. Without further ado…


Triskaidekaphilia by James Murphy (sweet n sour)

“…what won me over was the cheerful approach to hardcore tattoo imagery.”
New this week at Threadless, January 20th, 2010


Nature Is My Mother by Lars Wunderlich (TheW)

“…the design has a smooth flow, a cool organic feel, and looks pretty spectacular when worn.”
Recent releases at Scribtee, February 13th, 2010


Peace by Andy Gonsalves (andyg)

“It feels like an ambassador from a simpler time…”
New this week at Threadless, March 13th, 2010


Mr Cosmos by sebasebi

“…it speaks to the potential of the universe, and the potential within each person.”
Mr Cosmos at Springleap, April 24th, 2010


Unseeing by Sonmi

“I love the way it flows across the shirt, for a mysterious and almost spooky effect.”
New this week at Design By Humans, May 2nd, 2010


MMXIII by matheus lopes castro (mathiole)

“The whole composition has a drowned sense to it, with the quiet feeling of life escaping.”
Threadless: New this week, June 30th, 2010


Tipi Man by Ginette Lapalme (ginetteginette)

“…brilliantly walking the line between pure beauty and pure weirdness.”
Threadless: New this week, July 28th, 2010


Math by tenso GRAPHICS

“Pairing that idea with the retro feel of plain lined drawings was the perfect finishing stroke…”
Threadless: New this week, August 4th, 2010


Sanguine Parliament by thunderpeel

“Here, no one is an innocent…”
Design By Humans: New this week, September 19th, 2010


Be on the Safe Side by yonil

“It creates a sense of motion that keeps me looking.”
Design By Humans: New this week, October 24th, 2010


The i in TEAM by Jaco Haasbroek (Haasbroek)

“…one of those simple, elegant solutions that leaves you speechless…”
Threadless: New this week, November 17th, 2010


Space Inside of Me by Rodrigo Chinellatto

“They took a great design and realized it in the most high-end way possible…”
Camiseteria impresses with recent prints, December 20th, 2010

Resource posts of 2010

Tee Curators and their Favorite Shirts, May 17th, 2010

Holiday Shopping List: Contest artists gone indie, November 22nd, 2010

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25 October 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Scribtee’s 25% off sale

Really nice to see a 25% off sale from the folks at Scribtee– their site has a lot of great designs that I’ve reviewed in the past. Their typical prices are a bit high for US customers, so the price break makes now a great time to pick some up.

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24 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Scribtee’s 25% off Summer sale

Scribtee has some great designs, including some like Blame it on TV and Nature is my Mother that you might have seen reviewed here.

If high prices have kept you from purchasing so far, let the 25% off Summer Sale be your excuse to splurge 🙂

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06 July 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Scribtee’s Morning is Coming

Morning is Coming by adhika rahmani is the latest print at Scribtee. Strong geometry sets the tone, simple but bold. The sun escapes from the dark triangle of night by unzipping it- unlike the far away stars, the sun isn’t constrained by its shape and can plot its own exit from it. I like the mischievous quality of the sun, he reads as a playful toddler just discovering that he has the power to control and shape his world. It’s a nice, solid design that tells a story.

Winners at Scribtee earn $500.

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21 April 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Blame it on Television at Scribtee

Blame it on Television by Jose Anthony Aguero caught my eye with its bold message. A recent winner at Scribtee, it takes a usual t-shirt no-no and turns it into a strength, using a strictly square shape to remind the viewer of all the TV screens they encounter. Text is at the heart of the design (clean and effective), surrounded by a collection of black and white advertising that hammers home the loudness and ubiquity of commerce. Always nice to see message-based designs, especially when they look this cool.

Winners at Scribtee earn $500.

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13 February 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Recent releases at Scribtee

There are so many contest sites these days that sometimes it’s easy to overlook some of the smaller sites. And it’s too bad, because they’re often putting out some really nice work- albeit sometimes at odd intervals, making them difficult to follow.

This is certainly the case with Scribtee, which has been releasing some pretty amazing artwork since I last posted about them. Nature is My Mother by Lars Wunderlich immediately caught my eye, as it’s a great design that has made the rounds at other sites and somehow remained unprinted. But those other sites’ loss is Scribtee’s gain, because the design has a smooth flow, a cool organic feel, and looks pretty spectacular when worn. Another stand-out is Wake Up! by Attila Szamosi, a sweet mix of character design and text work. It’s really a masterful piece, the kind of design you’ll want to keep looking at because there’s just so much to appreciate. Multiple type styles, amazing coloring, and even a hint of an environment peeking out from the background. This is impressive stuff, all the more so because it feels so fun and effortless.

Winners at Scribtee earn $500.

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31 August 2009 ~ 0 Comments

Life’s Good Contest at Scibtee

Scribtee has teamed up with the electronics company LG for their latest contest, built around the theme Life’s Good. Designs should adhere to that theme, and also incorporate the color pink.

First place receives the LG Design-Handy BL40, $500 in cash and a $50 shopping voucher for Shirtcity. Second place earns the LG Mini-Notebook X110, $300 cash and a $50 shopping voucher for Shirtcity. Third place will get the LG Foto-Handy Renoir and a $50 shopping voucher for Shirtcity.

Enter before September 30th, 2009 for your chance to win. Community votes and a panel of judges will determine the winners.

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