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Originally offered as a limited edition poster, We Live Here Too‘s “Skull Mandala” is now available on a super soft t shirt. I completely missed the We Live Here Too logo hidden in this design the first time I saw it. Add the fact that Craig Robson’s skulls are flawless, and the result is an undeniably captivating addition to your wardrobe. Visit wlh2.com to purchase this t shirt, and follow them on Twitter or Facebook so that you’re the first to know when their next gemdrops.

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There is the rare occasion when I’m going somewhere that doesn’t require a button down shirt or polo shirt, but my everyday uniform of a t shirt with an attention-getting, oversize print doesn’t exactly fit the bill. I just don’t want to be stuck donning a boring old blank t shirt. Luckily, Johnny Cupcakes has my back with their “War” pocket t shirt. Part of their new “BASICS” collection, they have taken a little more subdued approach with their branding. “War” features the latest reincarnation of their “Make Cupcakes Not War” slogan, and I think it’s the best version yet.

If you dig this new shirt, and plan on purchasing your own, be sure to act fast and head over to the Johnny Cupcakes online shop or pop in one of their bakeries. The other pocket t making up this new collection, “Crossbones,” has already sold out.

I’ve been anxiously awaiting United Pixelworkers‘ return, and it looks like it was well worth the wait. They’ve made updates that include extensive sorting options by gender, size, collections, etc; and the ability to request reprints (I’m putting in one for the “Milwaukee” t shirt right now).

Special addition pre-orders were previously available for 1 month, but they are now only up for 1 week. The upside of this change is quicker delivery. Stand out from the crowd with the “UNTD PXLWRKRS” t shirt in its new colorway. It showcases their custom typeface in red-orange and blue ink that really pops on the asphalt blank. If you’d like a more subdued version, request a reprint on the previous Heather Lieutenant version.

If you like what you see, I highly recommend following United Pixelworkers on Twitter @pixelworkers to avoid missing out on their limited edition pre-orders.