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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.

With the overabundance of “Firefly” and “Dr. Who” inspired designs that show up on the daily t shirt sites, it’s cool to see a nod to a classic American television show such as Happy Days that almost anyone can identify with. Another Fine Tee‘s “Fonzarelli Motorcycle Co.” by Catch A Brick renders the surname of the coolest cat from Milwaukee in a logo treatment worthy of gracing a vintage British motorcycle fuselage.

As t shirts featured on Another Fine Tee are available for 72 hours and this design made it’s debut 09/04/12, Thursday (09/06/12) is the last day you’ll be able to pick up this design You better get outta here now before you miss it.

Vespertine Machine‘s “Sleep When You’re Dead” makes a statement I can appreciate, seeing that most of these posts are written in the wee hours of the morning. I get the feeling brand owner Jesse Barack doesn’t sleep much either, focusing his time on both this brand and the production company Films Royale. Grab this tank top while the weather is still warm from Vespertine Machine’s online shop, and visit the Polypore site to see Films Royale’s latest project.