Posts tagged ‘T-shirt’

August 31, 2011

Four Day Mega Sale on ‘Bear Hug’ Tee Shirt and Prints

by Accidental Bear
Guess who is a fan.

 About the design:

The design is based on the old notion of a “bear hug,” or a big powerful embrace. Except, you know, from an actual bear. An actual bear who is probably angry because he smells your peanut butter sandwiches but can’t find any.

Who’s behind the design? Pigboy Tees is a t-shirt design collective that combines the talents of Matthew Parsons (Fanboy) and Chris McVeigh (Powerpig). Tees for geeks and geek lovers.  

  

‘Bear Hug’ is now up for sale on Nowherebad until Sept 4th.

Shirts are $12

Prints are $10

Both $20
They also have a Facebook page where they run competitions to win shirts/prints. Check it out – http://www.facebook.com/nowherebad


August 23, 2011

The Bearded Gamer T-shirt

by Accidental Bear

 

On Sale today for ONLY $11. Get it and get me one too! theyetee.com

The Gamer

Design: powerpig

Man and machine.

About The Artist

I’m an author, illustrator and photographer living in Halifax, NS who enjoys creating clever, quirky and often comical pictures that employ everything from action figures to backyard wildlife.

August 13, 2011

All Eyes on Matthew Parsons’ T-shirt Art: ‘Bear Hug’ & ‘Don’t Care Bear’

by Accidental Bear

Bear Hug (Dark) T-Shirt  by Matthew Parsons

An Englishman living in Canada. Mathew Parsons is a dedicated fine art photography graduate who is passionate about imagery as a form of expression and communication. He spotlights and puts emphasis on self-challenge, within the realms of photography and video, to convey impressions, emotions and statements conclusively. He hopes that his work entertains and motivates others to think more. I always encourage and promote that.

Don't Care Bear (brown) by Matthew Parsons

For many more amazing designs go HERE

Caped Crusader  by Matthew Parsons

For more information and to get your filthy paws on these goods CLICK

Please email me: matt@matthewjamesparsons.com

July 15, 2011

Timber! T-shirts: Only 161 Days until Christmas

by Accidental Bear

the t-shirts…
TIMBER! t-shirts are hand-drawn and hand-screened in a garage in California. All shirts are made in the USA.

www.timberpreservationsociety.com

the beginning…
In early 2006, artist and six year screenprinter, Chad Eaton, drew a lumberjack line drawing and printed it on a few t-shirts for his own amusement. Friends began asking for them. Friends of friends began asking for them, and before he knew it, he was listing them online for sale. This became the perfect outlet for Chad’s drawings, and to Chad’s surprise, has continued to grow year after year.

the story…
All of the TIMBER! designs fit into a story that sets a conflict between lumberjacks and their bosses with forest dwellers, including bigfoot, stuck in the middle. Each design adds more to the story, and as a body of work, have created a complex mythology involving issues with environment and labor among other things.

www.timberpreservationsociety.com

June 9, 2011

Eugene and Jonnie: Support Great Charities, Buy Great T-shirts; I AM A MAN / WOMAN WHO LOVES…

by Accidental Bear

 

http://eugeneandjonnie.com/

Support Great Charities

For every I AM A MAN / WOMAN T-shirt sold in the month of June we will donate $5 between the It Gets Better Project in support of anti-bullying and Minnesotans United for All Families in support of marriage equality.

Customer Expectations.

The prelaunch offering of our I AM A MAN / WOMAN T-shirts will run through the end of June at which time we will send the final numbers to the screen printer. Once printed, the T-shirts will be packaged and shipped with lots of love via USPS.

Full website launch June 25th!

Directly following the pre-launch, we will be bringing you Eugene & Jonnie – offering designs every two weeks.

Eugene & Jonnie
18 N 4th Street
Suite 711
Minneapolis, MN 55401-1977

(877) 852-4777

hello@eugeneandjonnie.com

 

http://eugeneandjonnie.com/ 

 

June 8, 2011

Christians Now Hate Old Navy: But What Will they Wear?

by Accidental Bear

Gary Cass of DefendChristians.org says Old Navy is promoting a lifestyle that is in “complete rebellion against God.”

“Rather just focusing on giving good products to their customers, they want to use their products now to advocate for a very controversial topic, much less a very immoral and very deadly topic,” notes Cass.

The T-shirt designs include a white shirt with “Love Proudly” written in the colors of the rainbow, and a black shirt with rainbow-colored stripes. Cass tells OneNewsNow that an economic dent in the company’s profits may be the only way to change things.

“Unfortunately we have to do the hard work of communicating our outrage, our frustration — and then following that up with some kind of practical expression such as taking your business elsewhere,” he suggests.

According to reports, the T-shirts will be available at 27 Old Navy stores until the end of June or until supplies run out. Facebook followers of Old Navy’s “Love Proudly” campaign are criticizing the retailer for not distributing the shirts through all of its outlets and only making a few dozen available at the select locations.

What’s your greatest concern for society when you see businesses

openly support and encourage perversity?

Vote in our poll

May 20, 2011

For the Love of a Chubby: T-shirt Designs

by Accidental Bear

T-shirts by Scott Hutcheson
A 28 year old photographer, film critic and designer living in St Louis Missouri. Scott co-own a design firm called Phoenix Dsgn, and makes movies in my spare time.

via www.etsy.com

February 13, 2011

SOMETHING HAIRY

by Accidental Bear

I am here to be a myth buster! There is indeed an entire webside dedicated to the love and appreciation on hairy backs. Well, if they turn you on or they’re your fetish , or perhaps you just need a fuzzy place to lay your head, I found the place for you

http://hairybackedman.blogspot.com/

“Confessions of a Hairy Backed Man”

‘Fur Back’ T-Shirts Just in Time for Spring

Are you a furback and proud of it? Why not advertise your hyper-hirsute status with one of these great new T-shirts? The actual text of the shirt reads “Fur is Back” but the “is” is cleverly minimized so that the shirt reads “FUR BACK” from a distance — thumbs up for putting the words on the back of the shirt, too.

Comes in a wide rainbow of colors and in all sizes, can be ordered online fromwww.bearnation.us.

Of course, if you really want to broadcast that you’re a furback, you take your T-shirt off, but this is the next best thing if you’re cold or shy.

(Personally, I kind of love the term “furback” — in fact, it might be my favorite term for my people.) Posted by HairyBackedMan