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14 August 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Choice Tees: Ad Shirts collection

If you like nostalgia, you’ll like what these tees are selling- Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Choice Tees: Ad Shirts plus sale is packed with designs inspired by the style of advertisements from the past, up to and including the 1970s. Pop culture, history and hobbies are among the subject matter. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: It Was A Different Time by Spiritgreen lampoons old comic book ads with a collection of hazardous, silly, and dated products.

Nicest Surprise: Cat Fame by transformingegg was a favorite of mine in voting for its excellent palette and retro style.

Shirt I Am Most Biased About: My design Snake Oil Salesman features a subtle skull in service of advertising a dangerous elixir.

This promotion will only last until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday. So if there’s something you like, grab it fast!

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07 August 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: Kick-Off Time collection

Sports of all sorts, from football to baseball to team names and beyond, went head to head in Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: Kick-Off Time plus sale. Whether you’re a sports fan or a sports hater, there’s something in this collection bound to score a few points. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Shuttlecock’s Lament by Apelad has a great punchline, supported by a perfect depiction of cartoon rage.

Nicest Surprise: Fastball by kharmazero uses artistic dashes of ink to communicate speed and action.

Shirt(s) I Am Most Biased About: My design Half-Time the Game imagines a sports game for non-athletes, while Goals keeps things simple with a slogan for soccer fans.

This promotion will only last until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday. So if there’s something you like, grab it fast!

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31 July 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: Movies & Games collection

Mashups merged together cinema and playful pastimes in Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: Movies & Games plus sale. Gamers and film fans will both find a lot to like, but here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Forest Melody by Spiritgreen is a fine bit of pixel art, beautifully making Totoro and friends feel like a magical moment in an RPG.

Nicest Surprise: Revenge Fantasy by Steven Lefcourt is a take on the gaming convention of typing in your name before the game begins… with an appealing Princess Bride twist.

Shirt I Am Most Biased About: My design Oregon to the Future makes the trail go faster with a flux capacitor.

This promotion will only last until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday. So if there’s something you like, grab it fast!

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24 July 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: Countries collection

Your torso will feel quite worldly with Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: Countries! plus sale. You’ll find tees about both real and fictional places, all seen through the imagination of artists. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Made in Japan by Mekazoo collects icons of the country’s most popular exports, arranged in the shape of Japan’s flag.

Nicest Surprise: Airstrike! by Steven Lefcourt was a favorite in voting and sees a gap between Russian buildings as a Tetris opportunity.

Shirt(s) I Am Most Biased About: My design The Old Country is about not quite knowing where your ancestors came from, while Canadian Bacon warns the unaware that Canada’s bacon is nothing like the real thing.

This promotion will only last until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday. So if there’s something you like, grab it fast!

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17 July 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Choice: NSF… Anyone! collection

Shirts with vulgar or potentially offensive messages were the name of the game in Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Choice: NSF… Anyone! plus sale. From visual gags and puns to political messages, there’s something to offend just about anyone. Wear at your own risk! Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Closeout Sale by Jennzilla reframes a classic Seinfeld joke in the style of the show’s logo.

Nicest Surprise: Duck This by krane0223 is a great drawing of a duck, rendered with such attitude that I could believe he’s barking out the shirt’s punchline.

Shirt I Am Most Biased About: My design Global Warming Is Hot knows that climate change is so hot right now.

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10 July 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: Big Bang! collection

Shirt.Woot championed the merits of math and science in the Derby Editor’s Choice: Big Bang! plus sale. Slogans, both serious and humorous, were especially popular, though there’s a smattering of cartoons as well. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Science is Magic by Luke Stiner uses an overprint look to have the text read both Science and Magic at once.

Nicest Surprise: Science, Please! by Vo Maria first impressed me in voting with the retro charm of its illustration.

Shirt I Am Most Biased About: My design Let’s Do Some Science lets the text play second fiddle to a vintage-inspired rainbow emanating from the letters.

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03 July 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: The Letter M collection

Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: The Letter M plus sale left the theme wide open, so whether you like geeky references, silly humor, or clever slogans, these shirts have got you covered. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Most Likely To… by Spiritgreen transforms some of pop culture’s favorite animals into their real world equivalents, complete with yearbook-style superlatives.

Nicest Surprise: Magnetosphere by helgram might be a scientific diagram, but its nesting of curved lines also packs a ton of geometric artistry that makes it fun and stylish to wear.

This promotion will only last until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday. So if there’s something you like, grab it fast!

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