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!

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

6 Degrees

We haven't posted anything from No Star because there are other sites, which featured them rather tastefully but when I saw this...

... I just had to post this.

This is rather witty, no?

Monies: US$24

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Monday, February 25, 2008

Tough for a Lady

Gregg Gordon design rock posters and he also designed this for the ladies.

Too bad fellas.

Monies: US$16


Sunday, February 24, 2008


AkumuInk came up with this horrific image of my parasitic twin in my chest, gasping in horror at the outside world she's been missing out.

And this t-shirt where I always see my phallus as a three-headed hydra.

It's like they are seeing into my brain!

Monies: US$21

Note: Is the guy above posing in a men's room? That's gotta be a first.

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Wednesday, February 20, 2008

"Sic Semper Tyrannis!"

It's Latin for "thus ever to tyrants" and is also the state motto for Virginia, which kinda sucks for them because it would be linked to Lincoln's assassination.

Gorilla Riot Apparel has this zero cool t-shirt of Lincoln under History 101.

Here's the front.

And here's the weapon of choice at the back.

There are other presidents like JFK and Reagan, though the latter narrowly escaped with his life, printed on the same apparel, which, in my own opinion, is strange as from afar, all the designs almost look similar.

Monies: Only 4 Lincolns.

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Monday, February 18, 2008

Thrill Her

You don't hear from Michael and then all of a sudden his Thriller album returns for a 25th anniversary hoorah.

Listening to the re-mastered album, I kinda miss the good old days of Michael back when he had a tan and was able to breathe out through a nose.

Even Zombie Michael from the Thriller music video looks better than Michael-of-now.

Monies: US$22


Saturday, February 16, 2008

Something For the Weekend

Just in time for President's Day.


Friday, February 15, 2008


It's the day after VD. Here's more dissent from the lovelorn.

Monies: US$18

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Thursday, February 14, 2008


Today's for lovers but what about the loners?

If you're single, why not proclaim your status with this t-shirt from Storyville. That's right, you can tell Hallmark to shove their overly-priced VD cards up their buttocks!

Also, if you study at UT, you can easily pick up the t-shirt from their store at 2001 Guadalupe.

Monies: US$20

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Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Rainbow Connection

I looked at this design from Never in Wonderland Clothing and I'm still not sure what it means but I'm certain it will be a conversation starter.

Monies: US$10


Tuesday, February 12, 2008

Wassaaaaaa... Biiii

Diego sent this design from Wasabi. I like the design, especially on the girl but that piece is not sold on the site. Still, you can get the guy's from here.

As it's powered by Spreadshirt, you can try the retro shirt apparel they have.

Monies: 25€ - 30€ or US$36 - US$44


Monday, February 11, 2008

Ooh... Fusion

Our latest e-mail comes from Acropolis Apparel and they described their t-shirt designs as, "ancient historical ideology with contemporary society."

I took a gander at their website and saw this.

I like.

The aesthetics sure but I like it mainly for the boom. I'm such a man...

Monies: US$32


Sunday, February 10, 2008

What I Got - Scribtees

Here's something from Germany.

Via FedEx, no less.

It's from Robert Goldbach and he's part of Shirt City that is a do-it-yourself and a t-shirt design competition (Scribtee). Like the offspring of Zazzle and Threadless. And also European.

This is what I got - a t-shirt, two coupon cards and this...

... a handy instructional guide to washing your t-shirt. Okay, show of hands, how many of you actually pay attention to the tags on your t-shirts? Not many people do but Shirt City, they keep the faith. They had it printed out for you t-shirt benefit. Every year a t-shirt looses its luster because you DID NOT TURN IT INSIDE OUT when you wash it! Oh, the humanity!

Coupon cards are useful. If you're a cheap bastard like me.

Now the t-shirt... excuse the crappy lighting but it's actually much prettier than that. This is not AA apparel or any that I'm familiar with. It's soft and it fits by steroid-filled frame very well. Could this be... a new wave of European fabric?

The design I got... well, maybe it's just me and I'm missing out on some in-joke but what the hell is a "psychogorilla"? I know it's a portmanteau of "psycho" and "gorilla" but the gorilla doesn't look psychotic? It looks docile, like it would munch on a banana and forgo tossing barrels at you.

The logo on the back of the t-shirt is a visually attractive. It's simple and it accentuates the "scrib" part out.

Shirt City is doing a bang up job. I'm not too wild with some of their simplified vector designs and cliché illustrations but with a little more variety and artistic expression, Shirt City shouldn't have anything to fear.

[edit: after the post, Robert came back with a reply. Shirt City prints on Continental Clothing, which is eco-friendly and soft. Robert also stated that Shirt City was the first to come up with the "make-your-own-t-shirt" concept, waaay before Zazzle or Spreadshirt.

There's also the vector issue. There are limitations to what they can print, which I understand.]

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Friday, February 08, 2008

Got Glaucoma?

This t-shirt from Turn Nocturnal is for you.

They only have two t-shirts for sale. Here's hoping for more.

Monies: US$15


VD for the Weekend

The good folks at [2 one 5] have a Valentne's Day Sale. Three tees of their choosing for US$30. Should be a better alternative than a boxful of chocolates.


Thursday, February 07, 2008

The Bomb-Digitty

I used to be in the army and I was taught the basics of bomb making and bomb diffusing. It's not as fun as you might think. It's just plenty of nervous synergy of det cords and C-4s, finalized by the nervous striking of the primer...

Actually, it's kinda fun.... though, we do not advocate senseless warring, it's pretty awesome to blow shit up.

T-shirt from Icon go boom!

Monies: US$25


Wednesday, February 06, 2008


The Jaunty Scamp is all about the cause. So when Roman Apparel said that they are selling specially-designed t-shirts, where half of the proceeds go to support the SOLD Project education fund, I'm on board.

The SOLD project spreads awareness of the plague that is child prostitution.

Monies: US$32

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Sunday, February 03, 2008

Lightning Beatman!

I have no idea how the musician Lightning Beatman sounds but making snap judgments on the t-shirt alone, I beat they rock so hard, they make your ears feel good and dirty.

24,90 US$37

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