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14 January 2020 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Picks: Workout Schmerkout collection

Shirt.Woot asked artists to be exercise-averse with their Editor’s Picks: Workout Schmerkout plus sale, leading to the creation of designs that glorified laziness, extolled the virtues of alternate forms of athletics, or even told stories about what sucks about working out. Whether you exercise or not, there’s bound to be something in the mix you’ll relate to. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Avocardio by walmazan first won me over in voting with the way it turns an avocado pit into a pudgy belly.

Nicest Surprise: Avoid Sports by MEKAZOO was another voting favorite for its sophisticated retro style.

Shirts I Am Most Biased About: My design Reading is Exercise wants to train your brain, while Good For the Hearts wishes real life worked more like Zelda.

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

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07 January 2020 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Picks: Textography collection

Artists exercised some creative wordplay in the Shirt.Woot Editor’s Picks: Textography plus sale. The collection’s emphasis on hand-drawn letters resulted in some very unique pieces, and more than a few pop-y phrases that will impress Star Wars fans. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Tea Makes It Better by jasneko was a voting favorite for the pure warmth and coziness its lettering communicates.

Nicest Surprise: Very Good! by sebasebi, another design I liked in voting, impresses with the enthusiasm and quirkiness of its color palette.

Shirt I Am Most Biased About: My design Slow Down stars a friendly sloth.

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

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30 December 2019 ~ 0 Comments

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

Wordplay united with clever visuals in Shirt.Woot’s Derby Editor’s Choice: Punsylvania plus sale. With designs tackling pop culture, animals, slogans and more, there’s something for just about anyone in this group of tees. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Missing You by MEKAZOO first impressed me in voting with its excellent (and timely) aim joke.

Nicest Surprise: Craft Beer by Randyotter delights with the pure enthusiasm of that bottle’s face.

Shirt I Am Most Biased About: My design Up Owl Night uses a neon light look to enhance its late night theme.

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

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24 December 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Choice: Dogs derby collection

Man’s best friend was subject to some excellent t-shirt tributes in Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Choice: Dogs derby plus sale. From pop culture dogs to artistic and funny compositions, dog owners are in for a treat with these designs. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: St. Bernard by AcraigL makes its canine star the subject of a gorgeous stained glass window.

Nicest Surprise: Brain Food by Patrickspens takes the old “the dog ate my homework” trope and makes it feel fresh again with some extremely cute cartooning- I especially like the notepaper lettering!

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17 December 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Derby Top Picks: Product Labels collection

Pop culture references were translated into commercial products in Shirt.Woot’s Derby Top Picks: Product Labels plus sale. Baby Yoda is selling lots of tasty treats, as you’d expect, but some quirkier characters and references also snuck their way in. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Ozy’s Squid Cleaning by Wheels03 is a very stylish reference to Watchmen’s unfortunate weather patterns.

Nicest Surprise: Space Kawaii Ramen by MEKAZOO first won me over in voting with its adorable frog soup.

Shirt I Am Most Biased About: My design Soup is the Best Medicine parodies pop art with a cozy, down home reference.

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05 December 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Picks: Mini Derby collection

Shirt.Woot’s Editor’s Picks: Mini Derby plus sale isn’t united by a theme- artists were free to create art about just about anything under the sun. References to the holiday season and smash hit The Mandalorian series were particularly popular, though there are also some artistic pieces in the mix. Here’s what caught my eye…

Best of the Bunch: Baby on Board by Wheels03 is my pick for best of the Baby Yoda references, a solid illustration that emphasizes its cuteness and adds an original joke.

Nicest Surprise: Kitty Tree Love by Thatquietgir1 has a lovely color palette, communicating a holiday theme without the usual bright greens and reds.

Shirt I Am Most Biased About: My design A Happy Little Christmas Sweater imagines Bob Ross getting into the holiday spirit.

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02 December 2019 ~ 0 Comments

Shirt.Woot’s New Christmas Stuff: Gift sacks, tree skirts and aprons

Shirt.Woot ushered in the Christmas season with some holiday products the site has never offered before: gift sacks, tree skirts, and all-over print aprons. This was great news for participating artists since these unusual product types are a rare opportunity and have unique sizes and proportions to tackle, but it’s also very cool for customers since holiday gear tends to be quite traditional, making these designs that approach the holidays with geeky humor stand out from the norm.

Best of the Gift Sacks: “Sack of Crap” Large Gift Sack by Fishbiscuit5 is my favorite because it’s so perfectly suited to the Woot audience. The art and slogan directly reference the site’s famous Bag of Crap tradition (in which random mystery items are sent to buyers at a low price, with some receiving useful items while others get broken or useless ones). But even those who have never nabbed a BOC can appreciate the low key, playful sarcasm of calling the gifts you hand out enjoyable crap.

Also of note: My design “Reading Reindeer” Large Gift Sack makes Rudolph not just Red, but Well-Read with a pattern of books and pairs of reindeer sharing a read. This would be an especially good choice for those gifting a lot of books this year, or looking for a festive way to store holiday reading material.

Best of the Tree Skirts: “Catmas” Tree Skirt by DoOomcat circles the tree with a whole bunch of cats enjoying holiday decorations in different ways, whether they’re stealing a candy cane or sneaking into a present. It’s a great concept because it plays into the habit cats have of climbing Christmas trees- if they’re going to be in there creating chaos anyway, you may as well celebrate it!

Also of note: “The Nice List” Tree Skirt by DoodleToots has a lovely sentiment, and hand-drawn text that feels warm and retro, like a Christmas card on your grandparents’ mantle. I really like the way the art curves around the tree on a scroll.

Best of the Aprons: My design “Gingerdead” Apron makes some cookies into zombies, for an all-over print that mixes holiday cheer with pure cookie carnage.

Also of note: My design “Merry Drinkmas” Apron and its companion piece “Merry Feastmas” Apron are for folks who know that the best part of the holidays is all the food. Rows of beer, wine, meats, and desserts are translated into stitched sweater style for extra winter coziness.

The Complete Set: “Merry Christmas” by Simic is the only design to be offered on all three product types, offering a unique opportunity to match all your holiday gear. I like how the art evolves to fit each format, curving around the tree for the skirt and squeezing in a snowman in the extra space of the apron.

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

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