Designer t-shirt Meat Free Stella McCartney

Stella McCartney has designed a t-shirt and tank-top to raise awareness of the Meat Free Monday campaign.

Featuring a print by Linda McCartney – “Lucky in Daisies” – and made from organic cotton jersey, the t-shirts retail at £125 and tank-tops at £115.

Designer tshirt by Stella McCartney Meat Free Monday campaignThe tank-top featured in the Sunday Times Style magazine back in May, and both items are likely to be hugely popular with shoppers, as well as playing an important role in raising the profile of MFM.

The designer t-shirt was launched in the Stella McCartney flagship store at Bruton Street, London

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Dirty Habit T-shirt design criticised

SUPERSTAR WA footballer Buddy Franklin’s debut as a high-end T-shirt designer may be shot down in flames – thanks to a design that may breach anti-tobacco advertising laws.

The controversial T-shirt features a large print of a model smoking, underscored with the words: DIRTY HABIT.

Anti-smoking group Quit has complained loudly about the shirt – saying it is prohibited under anti-tobacco promotion laws and sends a dangerous message to kids from one of the AFL’s highest profile role models.

The Hawthorn goalkicking demon launched his designer T label – Nena & Pasadena – last month.

But the Department of Health and Ageing confirmed yesterday it would investigate the T-shirt, which designer Paul Edwards argues sends an anti-smoking message.

“We feel that the mere fact that the slogan is DIRTY HABIT sends a pretty obvious message that the Nena & Pasadena crew finds smoking, even when being done by the gorgeous woman, pretty uncool and merely a dirty habit,” he said.


Extracted from Article by : Grant McArthur From: Herald Sun July 06, 2010

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Bob Dylan artwork T-shirt

Artwork produced by legendary folk singer/songwriter Bob Dylan is to go on sale in the UK, it has been announced.

All of the pieces being offered were completed by Dylan between 1989 and 1992 and belong to a portfolio known as The Drawn Blank Series.

Each piece is signed and dated by the star, with prices expected to be in the range of £1,250.

But for those whose budget will not extend to a print, a music T-shirt dedicated to Dylan is another effective way of showing support for the popular musician.

The singer is still a regular performer and is currently gearing up for a tour of Europe which is due to take place in June and July.

Extracted from an Article by Charlie Hardman,

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Fishy Tees !

When Steve Fisher, a vendor at the Saturday Hingham Farmers Market, was laid off from his job last May, he turned the challenge into a victory.

Instead of wallowing in self-pity, Fisher and his wife, Jill, grabbed onto the opportunity of turning his artistic abilities and love for fishing and her marketing skills into a new business, “Red White & Bluefish.”

Steve’s technique is to apply textile paint to a recently caught fish and then place a T-shirt on top of the fish and rub it. Their product line features brightly colored, highly detailed hand-printed apparel and accessories imprinted with fish, lobsters, crabs, and shells through a unique “fish printing” process. Their success is a classic example of the saying, “When one door closes, another opens.”

Steve Fishers Fishy Tees !Steve had been in the sign and graphics business for more than 30 years when he lost his job. Jill currently works in the marketing department of a nationwide mortgage lender. In her free time, she organizes the family business, orders supplies, schedules markets, and does some of the printing.

Extracted from an article and photo by By Carol Britton Meyer, GateHouse News Service &

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Fundraising Mental Health Tshirt

A Topeka, Kansas, USA man hopes his T-shirt creation will raise people’s spiritual consciousness — and generate money for a local mental health agency.

Gary Plemons, 51, a resident of the Landmark Plaza apartments at 1001 S. Kansas Ave. in downtown Topeka, has commissioned a local shop to print gray T-shirts with a drawing he made and the words, “Jesus is My Psychiatrist” and “The Word of God is My Therapy.”

Plemons said he came up with the saying based on his life’s experience.

“He’s definitely a psychiatrist,” Plemons said, referring to Jesus, “and your therapy is right there in the Bible.”

The first shirt rolled out of the print shop Wednesday. By noon Thursday, Plemons said, he had sold 12 shirts for $10 apiece.

Source : Extract from Article, “Topekan starts T-shirt fundraiser” By Phil Anderson, The Capital Journal (

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T-shirt makers bring hope

Launched in March 2009 during some of the worst economic conditions since the Great Depression, Bring the Hope founders Mike Marker and Jeremy Chastain had one goal in mind: to bring a little optimism to the world.

And they’re doing it one slogan at a time — thanks to their Fortville-based T-shirt company. Using their professional skills, Marker (a public affairs consultant) and Chastain (a screen printer) create words of hope, which they print onto shirts sold to support various causes and organizations, including KidsFirst Foundation, Folds of Honor Foundation and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Chastain, 41, recently was busy screen-printing T-shirts that would benefit victims of the earthquake in Haiti — with 100 percent of the proceeds going to the Caribbean country.

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Eco T-shirts made from recycled plastic bottles

Two US based companies have recently launched whose fabric is made from recycled plastic bottles.

A Lot to Say rPET T-shirts

A Lot To Say’s a brand new eco-brand, offering T-shirts made entirely of recycled bottles. Each T-shirt’s emblazoned with a catchy big word or phrase like Hot or Virgin — with fine print beneath the bold word explaining the eco-relevance of said word (i.e. Virgin: plastic is what most shampoo and conditioner bottles are made from and they add to over 25% of waste in landfills. not sexy) — giving the T-shirts a rather sensationalist-then-very-preachy as well as sort of confusing (Does the 25% refer to all plastic? Or just the shampoo-and-conditioner bottles?) feel. The T-shirts are printed by a water-free printing process called “air dye” that requires less energy and reduces water pollution, according to A Lot To Say. Both T-shirts and tanks cost $35.99 each.

Be Present renew tees

be present, a Colorado-based green yoga clothing company, added a line of “Renew Tees.” Made from rPET and organic cotton, each Renew Tee’s made in the U.S. and printed with water-based inks — and upcycles 3 to 5 plastic bottles from the landfill, according to the company. Get one of 3 designs — a lotus with lily pad, buddha, or a tree — for $35 – $39 each at Be Present.

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World goes nuts for three wolf moon t-shirt

World reaches us from’s Charlotte Cowell that a global internet sensation has been caused by a slighlty odd looking pastiche t-shirt of 3 wolves howling at the moon ! According to Cowell

“The maker of the three wolf moon t-shirt, The Mountain, has found itself with an overnight internet sensation that’s increased the company’s Amazon sales by 2,300 per cent.

The craze started after an ironic joke review posted by Brian Govern, a student at Rutgers University, USA, 6 months ago on, which attracted further joke reviews for the t-shirt on the Amazon sellers page. “Once I tried it on,” wrote Brian “that’s when the magic happened. After checking to ensure that the shirt would properly cover my girth, I walked from my trailer to Wal-mart with the shirt on and was immediately approached by women…”

three wolf t-shirt

Since then sales of the t-shirt have gone through the roof. Before the Amazon explosion just a few of the t-shirts were being sold each day, but now sales have reached 100 per hour. The Mountain is now printing 1000’s of more t-shirts to cope with the demand and the story has attracted the attention of the BBC and Daily Mirror in the UK, while a comical You Tube marketing video has received 21,000 views in the past two days. ”

Each to their own I say …. 🙂

Tag Rubgy shirts & jerseys

The tag rugby season is about to kick off and are pleased to offer the following great value tag rugby shirts for your team.

OPTION 1 – Front Crest & Team Name on Back – €16.99

rugby shirt crest

With this tag shirt you can have a rugby ball crest on the front with your tag team name wrapped around it the crest and then your Team Name printed on the back of the shirt. You can also choose any colour shirt from the palette of shirt colours below.

tag rugby tee shirt with team name and crest

OPTION 2 – Front Crest & Team Name & Number on Back – €21.99

With this tag rugby shirt you have the same as Option 1 above plus an individual number printed on the back under the tag rugby team name.

tag rugby tee shirt with crest, team name and individual number on the back

OPTION 3 – Front Crest & Individual Surname & Number on Back – €24.99

With this tag rugby shirt you have the same as Option 2 above plus an individual Name and Number printed on the back.

tag rugby tee shirt with team crest individual surname and number on back

Rugby T-shirt Colour Choice :

You can choose from the following shirt colours for your team’s t-shirts.

Valueweight T-shirt

Please note pricing above is for minimum order quantity of 10 – 25 shirts

Ordering your tag rugby shirts couldn’t be easier, just fill in the details of your team name and what you want printed below and we’ll email you promptly to confirm your order and issue you with an online invoice which you can pay securely online by Credit Card or Paypal.

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Team name and what you wanted printed tag shirts :

(What shirt colour you would like, ink colour you want, questions etc)

Light up your tee shirts !!

You may soon be able to literally light up your tee shirts with a new ground breaking technology which has been developed by Japanese company Dai Nippon Printing (DNP) Co Ltd. DNP have developed a light emitting ink that can be printed on clothing such as tee shirts.

Using existing printing methods and equipment with the new DNP light emitting ink added can deliver light emitting designs and graphics of bright luminescence when a voltage of around 3 volts is applied and this voltage can be driven with a low voltage tiny battery. DNP intends to deliver commercial products over the next five years.

So who knows in a few years you may be able to literally light up the room with your latest t-shirt design !!