Looking for cool t-shirt designs.
December 27, 2009 7:38 PM   Subscribe

Help me find a site that sold cool t-shirts.

I have no idea how to find this site, but I remember it had some cool designs. One design I remember had a skull image made of silhouettes of crows...there may have been a coffin at the bottom too. Another design involved a standard shirt pocket, and had maybe a baby bird, or some other creature, peeking out. (I'm pretty sure the latter was at the same site...)

If it's any help, the site was white, had maybe about 50 designs, and had a slim black navigation bar on top. Yeah, not too helpful, I know.

Can anyone point me to the site, given this meager information? I've looked over all the "help me find cool shirt designs" threads here with no luck.
posted by bkudria to Clothing, Beauty, & Fashion (13 answers total) 13 users marked this as a favorite
threadless.com probably
posted by abitha! at 7:45 PM on December 27, 2009

Brooklyn Industries?
posted by unknowncommand at 7:48 PM on December 27, 2009

Response by poster: Ok, just to clarify, it wasn't Threadless, Oddica, Glenns, T-Shirt Hell, Busted Tees, Shirt.Woot, or Design By Humans.

Also, I'm pretty sure it was a single designer, male.
posted by bkudria at 7:50 PM on December 27, 2009

Response by poster: abitha!: Yep, that's the one, but not the designer I'm thinking of. Must have got it muddled, so ignore that bit of evidence. The other design I'm 99% certain was from the site I'm looking for.
posted by bkudria at 7:53 PM on December 27, 2009

Best answer: don't know if this'll help or not but you can type in what you're looking for here and it'll search all sorts of places for t shirts with the image please dress me
posted by abitha! at 7:53 PM on December 27, 2009

Palmer Cash?
posted by pised at 9:27 PM on December 27, 2009

Response by poster: pised: Nope.

I really wish I could remember some of the other designs from the site. I do remember that many of the designs used the full area of the shirt, they weren't just prints centered on chest, they sometimes wrapped around, used the sleeves, etc.

I think there may have been a design with a (leafless) tree with the base at the bottom hem of the shirt, possibly on the side/hip area.

The designs were usually some sort of metaphor, not simple funny gags, although some may have had dark humor.
posted by bkudria at 9:39 PM on December 27, 2009

teefury.com ?
posted by jedro at 9:42 PM on December 27, 2009

Response by poster: Doh, doing a little more stumbling around, I was able to find it.

Of course the shirt I described doesn't actually exist, I was thinking of this one and this one; and the tree shirt.

Found it by looking past the 1st page of results on please dress me so abitha! gets best answer.
posted by bkudria at 9:47 PM on December 27, 2009

I have that tree shirt! :)
posted by That takes balls. at 5:00 AM on December 28, 2009

Juxtapoz magazine has a shirt selection whose designs match the spirit of some of your descriptions.
posted by cross_impact at 5:12 AM on December 28, 2009

posted by marimeko at 8:01 AM on December 28, 2009

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