Man, I love to hate on W+K sometimes. Mostly because I imagine they all get paid in trillions, wear free Nikes + make fun stuff all day long. I think at least one of those is true. Enter, the W+K shop. I don’t think it’s called GOODS but I like calling it GOODS. They sell…goods. Lots of ‘em. And they’re mostly…good. One of the trillionaire fun-time-having sneakerheads emailed this morning to tell us about some new holiday letterpress pieces up in the shop now. You should totally check them out. You should also buy that t-shirt in the grid. Do you know why? Two reasons. One: it’s awesome. Two: our own Carolin Harris designed it. Big up CH!
Our homeslices over at Das Monk have just released 7 new shirts in a series they’re calling Warped Summer. I think there are some gift-giving holidays approaching…just sayin’.
Thank you everyone for entering! Our winners are…
#6 Jeremy P won the 18×24″ Special Characters poster!
#29 Lisa T won the Tasty Beverage Co. t-shirt!
#38 Bonnie C won two 8×10″ typography prints!
Congratulations! We’ll be in touch soon to get your shipping addresses. In the meantime, visit the Two Dumbs Etsy shop or the Tasty Beverage Co. shop to pick out your prizes!
Hi Everyone! We’ve got another awesome giveaway for you guys! We’re giving away one 18×24″ poster and two 8×10″ prints from Special Characters as well as one Tasty Beverage Co. t-shirt!
Special Characters is a collaboration between two very talented designers, Jaime Van Wart and Critter Wentworth. They had a show of typographic posters and prints at the Busy Bee Cafe in Raleigh back in March, and they just got their Two Dumbs Etsy shop up and running. Go check it out!
Tasty Beverage Co. is an upcoming business working to bring delicious beer to downtown Raleigh headed by the wonderfully awesome Sean Pratt. Go check out the fun selection of t-shirts [designed by Jaime Van Wart] in the Tasty Beverage Co. shop, and support your future local beer shop!
Both Two Dumbs and Tasty Beverage Co. would also like to thank ahpeele for making the printing possible.
This contest will have three winners, one getting a 18×24″ Special Characters poster, one getting two 8×10″ Special Characters typography prints, and one getting a Tasty Beverage Co. t-shirt. To enter, just leave a comment saying which prize you would like. The winners will get to pick which poster/prints/shirt they would like, so check out the shops to figure out what you want!
Contest ends next Friday night, [9/24] at 11:59pm. We’ll announce our winner on Monday morning. Good luck!
#9 ALEX K!
Thank you to everyone who entered the Das Monk giveaway + congratulations to our four winners!!!!
Congratulations, Emma! You were, coincidentally, our 4th commenter. You can add some fresh shirts to your arsenal.
Thanks for participating, everyone!
It may be a little late for back to school, granted. But is it ever too late for back to awesome? Nope, it’s not. We’ve teamed up with our friends at Adapt-Studio to bring our readers some truly dope shirts from their new Fourth is King imprint.
One lucky winner will nab both of these new shirts. Read below for instructions about how to enter…
This time around, there are three ways to be entered to win:
1. Follow us on Twitter and send an @ response our way about the contest.
2. Become a fan on Facebook.
3. Leave a comment on this post about your favorite t-shirt in your personal collection.
Contest ends this Sunday night, [10/11] at 11:59pm. We’ll announce our winner on Monday morning. Good luck!
Excellent + bizarre new t-shirt series KURURA, a new line from Screen Factory out of (where else?) Poland. I love Eastern Europeans.
The shirts haven’t dropped yet, so check back at the KURURA site or, if you happen to be in Myslowice, Poland the shirt’s will premiere at the OFF Festival.
I discovered Yack Fou two years ago, when walking with my classmates amongst hoards of people at a flea market in Berlin. We noticed that a guy in one stall had on a threadless shirt designed by a fellow College of Design student, and so we made our way over to say hello. Small world, huh? That guy just happened to be one of Yack Fou’s artists, and he told us about the company while we perused his stall.
Yack Fou is a group of Berlin-based artists who screenprint shirts, make buttons, canvases, and even wall decals. You really should check out their website, there is quite a variety of awesome illustrations to chose from. Right now they’re having a sale, but you’d better hurry because it ends tomorrow!