Have you checked out this week’s NEW TEES yet? Well, how about we hear a little bit about each design from the designers themselves! You can also click a designer’s name to go to their new design.
"These are actually life drawings of my late pet jackalope Harold, taken lovingly from childhood sketchbooks and diaries and re-rendered into a repeat pattern of beautiful memories. Thank you Threadless for allowing me to honor Harold in the form of clothing for all the world to see." Buy this tee now!
Nikoby: “’Forward’ all started with [fellow Threadless member] Chuck Pavoni posting an idea he had in the Threadless forums; the sketch really caught my attention and I thought it would be a great shirt design for last year’s Future contest. We struck up a collaboration and I began my work by doing a pencil rendering of the astronaut (the final rendering and colors were done in Photoshop). The design didn’t win the contest, although we got a really good response from the Threadless community. Turns out, it was a good idea and look at us, we got printed! I’m really excited that I could work with Chuck and help with his first print!”
Chuck: “This design was inspired by our forward march into the future. The world is constantly changing, including the way that we dress, talk, and the places we live. One thing that should stay constant is our human decency, and good values! I hope you like it. :)” Buy this tee now!
"While it would be infinitely more profound if I said the lonely and barren stretch between the living and the dead inspired this design, I mostly just wanted to send as many people as possible to the mausoleum of the late great Lou Albano. If you’re in the lower Hudson Valley, pop those coordinates into your GPS and prepare for a road trip!" Buy this tee now!
“With this design, I hoped to communicate that our perception is dependent on our personal experience. A sloth would think a tortoise is relatively fast since tortoises typically move about twice the speed of sloths. Why not be even more slothful, hitch a ride, and get where you are going twice as fast? Thank you to Threadless, all my forum comrades, and everyone else that has supported me thus far.” Buy this tee now!
"For those who only read what matters" Buy this tee now!
"Batman was a boy who lost his parents to violence and became a superhero to surpass this experience, and to become a better man. This bat wants to be a superhero to become a better bat, and to be a man." Buy this tee now!
Buy these new tees and more in this week’s catalog!