New Guidlines On Getting Reviewed

Also, i’ve updated my guidelines for sending me links and pictures of t-shirts to review:

Here’s my guidelines for getting posted:

  1. I like pictures of people wearing shirts, or pictures of real shirts, i’m not keen on faux shirts, ie. photoshopped t-shirt templates and will only post those if they are extraordinary
  2. Tell me a little about the t-shirt designs, printing process or your company that is cool, different, remarkable
  3. I get a lot of email, if I haven’t posted after a week it’s probably buried in my gmail never to be found again, it’s nothing personal, I only post about 5% of stuff i’m sent, send me new designs and stay in touch, I read all my email
  4. stay in touch with me on twitter @karllong

56 Responses to “New Guidlines On Getting Reviewed”

  1. Robin says:

    Love the blog, and check out for some off the wall shirt designs. Not for the timid or easily offended!

  2. Jason says:

    Hey what’s up. Just wanted to let you know we got 3 new shirts for stock on our online store. We are pretty happy with this batch. All of our stuff is music inspired. Some people may not understand our designs or where we are comming from but if you are into music you will defintely understand. Check it out. We got something for everyone. Any questions or comments please email me or leave a message on our website. Take care.

  3. His Marque says:

    Greetings from DAB,

    We’re a couple of San Francisco locals launching a new blog to introduce our tee shirt line….naturally we wanted to reach out to tcritic in hopes of garnering your help and support in launching our site…if nothing else, just to assist us in spreading the good word!

    Cultish in composition and culled from a fine assortment of theatrical playbills, medicinal ads, music sheets and secret societal symbology, DAB expertly caters to those comprising the stock of huckster, haberdasher, prognosticator, apothecary and a host of other odd fellows.

    Thanks for your time and consideration and thanks for all the great work you do!

    Doctor and Barber

  4. Fat Fakir says:

    We’ve recently started a tee shirt label called Fat Fakir, based out of New Delhi, India. Would love to know what you think of our stuff.
    Fat Fakir is the brainchild of an artist/travel photographer and a serving army officer. Our name, an oxymoron in itself, was born from our love for the bizzare and quirky and that is the sort of artwork we are trying to create for our shirts. Our first range is inspired by typical Indian images, with a quirky twist.

    You can check us out on
    or on (which is still under construction, but has a handful of designs on the page).

    Would love to hear from you.


    Fat Fakir

  5. Jay says:

    We are a group of 5 friends with a passion for fashion and a strong drive for success set out on a journey to make a statement not only in the clothing industry, but the world.

    Wierdoz represents all of the different cultures that reside in the streets from skateboarders, hip hop heads, graffiti bombers, tattoo enthusiasts, and lovers of quality fashion. Our missions is to allow consumers to express themselves everyday through our unique brand of clothing. Wierdoz way of life challenges individuals to be who they are in spite of criticism and ridicule. Being weird is being unique and Wierdoz Clothing celebrates the uniqueness of each individual and pushes for them to stay true to themselves.

  6. Gatsy says:

    You’re a real deep thinker. Tnahks for sharing.

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