We Want to Know: What’s Your Favorite Threadless Design?

What Threadless design styles do you love? Butts? Space? Cats? Cat butts? Everyone has a favorite Threadless design (or favorite 100 Threadless designs). And we wanted to know just what designs were the peanut butter to your jelly, the cheese to your pizza, the taco to your Tuesday. So we turned to social to ask the question: what’s your favorite Threadless design? And from classics like “Funkalicious” to new designs that heart butts, this list has it all.

Scroll down to see what some pretty cool humans picked as their favorite Threadless design of all time. And if you don’t see your fave on this list, we wanna hear from you! Leave your favorite design(s) in the comments.

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Love Your Butts” by Ana Catarina Matos

Let’s Summon Demons” by Steven Rhodes

Ah Munna Eat Choo” by Nathaniel Kusinitz

Corporate Zombie” by Nik Holmes

The Communist Party by Tom Burns

Astronomical” by Wayne Struwig and Andrew G. Hobbs

Wefie” by ilovedoodle

Funkalicious” by Christopher Golebiowski

Butt Bone!” by Rafael Jurado Castillo

Rabbit Hole” by Ross Zietz

Harry the Potter” by Nestor Gomez & Nacho Diaz

Summer is Coming” by BBDreamDesigns

At the Record Store” by Pigboom Kaboom

Tree of Knowledge” by Rikki

Girls Are easy to Draw” by BRANDARA

Cookie Loves Milk” by Jess Fink

Dino Hug” by Lim Heng Swee

Social Catastrophe” by Darruda

Friday, I’m in Love!” by Loy Valera

Leafy Deer” by Ross Bruggink

Attack of the Cutest Monster” by Nana Dalla Porta

Yosemite” by Andy Smith

Bands” by Grant Stephen Shepley

This is Not a Pipe” by Genee Cosden

Infinity MPG” by Ross Zietz

Everest” by Andy Smith

Didn’t see your top pick? Comment with YOUR favorite design(s) below!

Find your own fave here! 

Carlyn Hill

Content & Strategy Manager at Threadless by day, dad joke aficionado, cartoonist, & contributor for sites like HelloGiggles and The Mary Sue by night. When I’m not writing or drawing, you can find me in my cave of a room hanging out with my boyfriend, Netflix.

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