I really like these designs, their from a small company called Chor Bazaar based in India that does designs celebrating aspects of Indian culture, without the usual stereotypes. The one with the car is called the “AMBASSADOR: 18 cc’s of Indian Cadillac ruling the roads since 1948“. I personally really like to see good design and ideas coming from where we often associate cheap labor and sweatshops. Ironically a lot of Chor Bazaar stuff is printed on American Apparel.
Category archives: Foreign T-Shirts
Shout out to my local bar tender at the Briny Pub in Pompano Beach FL. I was telling her about Tcritic, and she loved the idea, and even gave me site to look at, palmercash.com, and I’ve got to say it’s a good call. This is the perfect T-shirt for you Americans to wear when you go off on that trip to Europe
Awesome t-shirts from Brazil (i think), i’m not sure but they seem to be a kind of Brazilian Threadless that enables voting on t-shirt designs and encourages people to submit designs. Anyway, I love this one, even more poignant coming from South America.
I wonder how much it costs to get them shipped to the states?
I don’t know where to buy this shirt, but it rather reminds me of the whole consortium advertising. “beef, it’s what’s for dinner” and “go to work on an egg” and “I’ve got one word for you…. Plastics”. Anyway, how about a malaysian rubber, sounds rather exotic
This was a great find in Denmark. Calvin & Hobbes was never licenced so this was quite a find. It’s super old now, like 10 years or something, shame really, it used to start a lot of conversations.
Roughly translated it means “cool bannannas wear dark glasses”