T-shirt for Readers

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This design, of an iconofied book reader over the phrase "tijd voor lezen" (lit. time for reading), is the emblem of a Dutch literacy program geared towards getting people to read more when they have "down" time - like on the train for instance. They have all kinds of cool resources, including books and magazines to read on the trains, visits by authors, book clubs etc. Seems kind of quaint in an age where more people would get excited about free Wi-Fi on the train, but we thought it was a nice innocuous thing for a government to be doing for its citizens - as opposed to say, secretly pawing through their library records? Anyway, it's a really cool design and it's in Dutch, so what more do you really need to know that you can't read about later?

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Ninja Mau Plushie

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Ninja mau is here, and it's getting bigger and bigger. It is now 7 inches x 7 inches. It's made with fleece, felt, and stuffed with polyfill.

Jump...Kick...Climb...Ninja Mau knows all kinds of ninja skills and he is SUPER strong. Don't try to fight him because you won't win.

Ninja mau love to sleep, eat and play. Adopt him and bring him home with you. He's a great companion.

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Lucha Libre! New Gulaschbaron Design

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Gulasch Vs Terreur - the Ultimate Lucha - Design & © by Terreur Graphique

Uha. It's finally done! The latest design out now!

Only 50 pieces sold online. Strictly limited. Every serial number imprinted. It will never come back. T-Shirts available for Ladies and Gentleman in silver. A baseball shirt version is available in asphalt / white.

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Bass Pro Shops T-shirt: Get Your Bass In The Boat

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Fishboy artist Paul Ocepek designed the "Get Your Bass In the Boat" and "Does this shirt make my Bass look fat" t-shirts among others currently available at Bass Pro Shops.

 
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New Fishboy Shirts At Bass Pro Shops

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You can't miss the new Fishboy designed shirts at Bass Pro Shops. They are right up front! Show above is "Get Your Bass In the Boat". Don't miss the outrageous "I've got a crack in my Bass and the Crappie came out" also available exclusively at Bass Pro Shops.

 
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Validus Apparel - "lost in time"

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Cool new t-shirt from Validus Apparel called "Lost In Time" available for $19.50

 
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Free Gift - Free Shipping - Final Days

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Fishboy.com is offering free shipping, discounted prices and a free gift with every order in the final days of their giant moving sale! Details at www.fishboy.com

Hurry items will sell out quickly!

 
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YOUgraph - T-shirt Graphics Software

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Wonder where a lot of "designer" t-shirts come from? A lot of them come from pre-conceived elements from software like YOUgraph.

Each YOUgraph graphBOX contains 30 vector graphART designs perfect for t-shirts and the fashion market. Each graphART design is royalty free, ready to print and created by the designers of YOUGRAPH.

The vector graphART in every graphBOX can be resized in any dimension with no loss of resolution. The images are downloadable files in the extensions (.cdr) of Coreldraw and (.ai) of Adobe Illustrator.

Each graphART comes with several vector elements, so you can let your creativity go wild and create new amazing designs.

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SWIM WITH THE FISH Look For Fiddleheads

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Organic cotton tee from one of our sponsors. See link on the right -------------->

 
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Twilight Full Cast Juniors T-shirt

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Twilight Full Cast Juniors T-shirt features characters from the twilight movie. The movie t-shirt is a vampire love story. It is a great collectible for women's clothing.

 
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Star Wars T-shirt: It's a Trap!

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Star Wars fans instantly recall the moment General Akbar utters the warning "It's A Trap" when the rebel fleet attacks the Death Star in Return of the Jedi. (I think I have my Star Wars references correct - tell me if I'm wrong).
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New T-shirt Site: ShirtFight

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ShirtFight is a weekly themed t-shirt design contest where YOU pick who wins! Submit your designs, vote on your favorites, hang out, win cash & prizes, buy shirts...

Ready to rumble? Think you’re tough enough?

 
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Duke Nukem T-shirt

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I used to love playing Duke Nukem! It was funny!

Buy the t-shirt

 
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Where Did You Get That Shirt?

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Where Did You Get That Shirt is now open. A new web site designed specifically for the promotion of unique t-shirts. Since they opened visitors have posted over 600 original T-shirts to the site.

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Foreign Family - F'in Fresh Designs

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Foreign Family has some great graphics, modern, thought provoking and of course very fresh.

www.foreignfamily.com

 
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Paddle Faster I hear Banjos from Funny Ass Ts

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From Funny Ass T-shirts: "Nothing says vulnerable like two guys in a canoe in the back country, and nothing says redneck rape like the sound of a banjo!"

 
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Lust T-shirts

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At Lush T-shirts its mostly quantity over quality - mainly one color slogan t-shirts but there are a few good ones mixed in (hopefully they are not just stolen from other t-shirt companies but I suspect they are).

A lot of old saws like "Kiss Me I'm Irish" and "Frankie Says Relax" plus some enticing lesbian shirts like "It Aint Gonna Lick Itself". Hmmmm what exactly does the mean?

 
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The T-Shirt: A Collection of 500 Designs

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Perhaps the ultimate icon of this generation, the T-shirt originated from tea and shirts. The history claims that seventeenth-century workers downloading tea boxes from boats in the harbor of Annapolis in the US wore a kind of short sleeve shirt that was eventually named the T-shirt in reference to the tea as well as form of the shirt, which resembled the letter "T:. By the 1920s, the word T-shirt appeared in official U.S. dictionaries. Over time, what was originally just a form of warm-weather work clothing has evolved and developed a life of its own. The T-shirt, in its simplist form, makes a statement about the wearer. Whether political, artistic, or humorous, a T-shirt displays a message that reflects the ideals of the wearer. T-shirts are one of the world?s most prolific forms of graphic message and personal statement, both commercial and personal. This collection looks at the T-shirt and its many forms. The chapters include The Legend of the T-shirt, Power of an Idol, Duplication of Art, Declaration, Mobile Posters, Simple and Fashionable, Design Element, and Technique. Altogether, this volume provides an immense catalog of 500 designs for inspiration and enjoyment for designers, crafters, and T-shirt enthusiasts.

 
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Generation T: 108 Ways to Transform a T-Shirt

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Make it yours. This inspirational guide with DIY attitude has everything you need to know about the world’s great T-shirt: how to cut it, sew it, deconstruct it, reconstruct it, and best of all, transform it. • Features more than 100 projects (plus 200 variations) for customized tees, tank tops, tube tops, T-skirts—even handbags, a patchwork blanket, iPod cozies, leg warmers, and more. • Not a DIY expert? Not to worry. More than one third of the projects are no sew, meaning anyone who can wield a pair of scissors can put a personal stamp on her wardrobe. But the sewing basics are here too: backstitch and whipstitch, gather and ruche, appliqué and drawstrings. • And the mission statement for Generation T: Ask not what your T-shirt can do for you; ask what you can do for your T-shirt. And then Do-It-Yourself!

 
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