So Many Shirts and Only One Body

Where I chronicle the multitudinous array of t-shirts of various pictorials and witty sayings. Also posts of wonderment!

Monday, May 28, 2007

"Bat meets owl. It's B'Owl!"

I like Michael Gillette's designs like the wolf's tee but I'm drawn towards the Owlette tee because it reminded me of that wise owl I once had that made me a mixtape. The Perfect Mixtape.

Monies: US$35

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Friday, May 25, 2007

Totally Rad

Shawnimals, made up of Shawn Smith and Jennifer Brody, who did this guy, also do t-shirts. T-shirts like this Totally Radish tee that even a man would also love to wear.

Monies: US$15

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Thursday, May 24, 2007

Beach Genji

I love anachronisms!

It just seeks to challenge people's perception on the continuity of time and place. That's why I'm so excited about Namitatsu (or Wave Master).

What a combination! Japanese art by Hideo Takeda and surfing! That's enough to blow up Einstein's thinking of the time-space continuum.

Monies: US$48


Wednesday, May 23, 2007

Taste Like Chicken

The only way I can describe Tasty Tees is that their lineup is like an art gallery. You have a range of mediums like expressionism by Judy Sue Kushner; collage by Jeroen Aertgeerts (above) and ghetto cubism by R.B. Morris III.

And true to their name, these t-shirts are pretty tasteful.

Monies: US$20

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Tuesday, May 22, 2007

"You Talking to Me?"


I discovered this t-shirt that was only selling through E-Bay many years ago. Before I could buy it, it vanished just as quickly as it once appeared.

Recently, someone pointed me to the direction of Empire of the Damned and lo and behold, the maniacal energy seen through the fusion of anime and Travis Bickle.

Monies: US$24

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Monday, May 21, 2007

The Alphabet

R. B. Morris III, who draws what I call, ghetto cubism, now has really limited-edition t-shirts. How limited are they? Try 48.

So far, Morris III printed up two designs, A and B (see above) respectively. Each AA tee comes with a hand-signed and numbered tag. Also, according to Morris III, your dreams will come through. How can you be against that?

Monies: US$20

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Friday, May 18, 2007

With Apologies to Jesse Jackson and A. A. Milne

Yeah... I'm not really gonna touch on this.

Monies: US$10

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Thursday, May 17, 2007

Cooks Rule!

Now a t-shirt to be worn by the rest of the general public that are not in the culinary field. Thanks, Chefwear!

Monies: US$11.95

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Wednesday, May 16, 2007

Monsieur T's Spring / Summer Line and an Overrated Woman

Originally this was supposed to be a post about Monsieur T's Spring / Summer collection, especially Martin Ontiveros' delightful Devil's Puss tee (US$28) and the 50% sale off Monsieur T older wares but I want to take this moment to speak my peace.


If you purchase one of them Free Paris t-shirts, I will hate you. I'll stab you in the eye and castrate you. Even if you were a woman, I'll sew a pair of male genitals on you, so I can still carry out the act.

In other words, we won't be the best of friends if you buy a Free Paris t-shirt.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

I Spit on Your Grave

Sheepshead's lineup are the kind of t-shirts one would pass by, then return for a second viewing because your noggin couldn't processed what you've witness before.

I'm glad... finally, a t-shirt about the Dalai Lama... oh, wait.

Monies: US$20


Monday, May 14, 2007

We Now Return To Your Scheduled Programming... Somewhat

Okay so the blog interface isn't working as well as I hope but enough's enough. I'll try to work within the restrictions because my e-mail is swollen with t-shirt sites and I hope this will appease you guys. Let's get to it, shall we?

From Hong Kong, we have mashPotato with their interesting lineup. I like this t-shirt because it describes what I always feel whenever I surf other t-shirt sites.

Monies: US24.50

Ten Bills may have to change their name if their sale of US$7 per t-shirt continues. T-shirts like Everyone Wants a Peace (shown above) and Radio Flyers are selling out quickly.

Monies: US$7

The Ironic T-Shirt Corporation have lovely t-shirts at non-explotative prices like F the Media (N.W.A. should re-unite and make a rap with that title) but the Tom Cruise Freedom of Speech tee just grabs me by the short hairs and refuse to let go.

One can write (in erasable marker) the many of things that Cruise might say like "I'm a poo-poo head!" or "My penis looks like Xenu or the result of an undiscovered VD." So many possibilities...

Monies: US$17

I'm from a little island called Singapore and not many people know about it but we're well-known for our non-existence; public caning; outlawing chewing gum; the Merlion and of course, Annabel Chong. Yup, despite our achievements, we're known for producing a pornstar but not just any pornstar, one who held the world record for biggest gangbang in 1995.

And to answer your question, the tally was 251.

Anyway, Singaporean t-shirt company, Local Brand sells this t-shirt, I guess, as a source of national pride.

Local Brand t-shirts are printed on... er, America Apparel. There's a joke somewhere in that sentence.

Monies:S$30 or US$19-something something.

One of my favorite artist, Jim Mahfood has a store that you can buy to show your appreciation for the man's art like the Lil' Cat Girl tee, the fine ladies can rock in.

If that doesn't float your boat. Here's a picture of a satisfied customer in said t-shirt, telling what you can do to yourself.

Monies: US$25 (includes shipping within the US)

Anybody here still read Archie? Is Archie still a fickle-minded bastard who still has spoilt Veronica lodge on his booty call list? around? Go for Betty, you freckled-face bastard! I swear his indecision makes me think he's a closeted homosexual.

Speaking of which, remember Jughead Jones, the gluttonous woman-hater? Phantom Flyer has a new design on this old school character.

Monies: US$12

That's it for today. I'll leave you with an article on the history of the ironic t-shirt. You wear the stuff, now learn about it. Read it through and read it well. Pop quiz on a Friday.


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Wednesday, May 09, 2007

"Dave, My Mind is Going"

Something's screwy with the Blogger interface. Will update soon.

Tuesday, May 01, 2007


The Jaunty Scamp is about to embarked on some far flung continent filled with exotic delight. There's a really good chance that there will be no Internet so chin up, I'll be back anon.

Sharp As Toast is having a US$14 sale for some of their t-shirts and they're selling like hot cakes or some other equally delicious treat if you're not into hot cakes.