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Daily T-shirt Reviews and Spotlights.
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Below are the most recent tee shirt design reviews along with the latest t-shirt designer and brand spotlights. Featuring designs and artists from all over the world like a tee magnet.
Recent T-shirt Reviews
The Missing Peace T-Shirt design features a puzzle piece with a white dove on it that simply fits into a hand grenade. The white dove being one of the most obvious symbols of peace and the hand grenade being one of the most obvious symbols of war. There is an absolute brilliance about this design that [...]
The Burp! T-shirt design shows what happens after a rubik’s cube has been twisted and turned too many times without being solved. Complete with a bit of green hurl and a white flag of surrender, this guy has had enough! Goodness knows that many have never been able to complete this puzzle and further more [...]
The Unicorn Stripper T-Shirt design features three carousel unicorns, only one of these mystical beasts has gotten rather bored with its everyday job and has decided to take a new ‘path’ making a better use of its pole. The poles going through the unicorns’ backs look dreadful. This is not what unicorns are like at all! No story [...]
The Office Props Tshirt design by Glennz illustrates a cardboard cutout of water cooler attached to the water line so people would end up drinking plain ole tap water rather than premium bottled water. This illustrated idea at least saves a step or two such filling a big heavy jug with tap water and setting it up at [...]