I am a Firefighter by profession, but a designer by passion. I love creating snarktastic designs and shirts for the REAL people of the world. Be uniquely you. I hope you enjoy a design for the inteligently sexy..."tan lines".
We invited our fans to submit their best summer inspired design. Now we want you to vote! The winning design will be produced and sold on our site. Winning artist gets $750 + a $150 Headline giftcard. Voting ends June 17th, 2015.
I'm an architect. I don’t usually design t-shirts. Buildings are more my thing. But there’s only so many plans you can draw, before you want to turn your hand to something more creative. Give me Photoshop over CAD any day. I hope you like my shirt. I love the seaside. And I love ice cream. And...
Community Manager by day, shirt designer by night.
Ariana is a painter and illustrator with a background in graphic design. She enjoys antique typewriters, glazed donuts, and the oxford comma. This design was inspired by the quest for the freshest fish around.
I am a professional illustrator/graphic designer with a keen eye for detail and a passion for aesthetic design. My background in design includes traditional Illustration, digital illustration and graphic design for licensed sports apparel including the NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, MLS and NCAA.
Graphic Designer, Musician and Life Coach from Oakland California.
I'm a 28-year-old cyclist and extreme sports enthusiast from Houston. I'm also a new dad to a lil baby girl. Graffiti was my first love, and during the summer I like smoking good bud, drinking good beer and shooting bullets.
I’m a recent grad of University of Minnesota in Architecture. GO GOPHERS! In my caffeinated, zombified arch student life I have also tried out some graphic design works. My design of a slice of watermelon smiling with its seeds and wearing sunglasses reveals the joy summer brings out in everyone.
This little dude sleeping in your faux pocket shirt captures the glory of sleeping in on those lazy summer days. Designers Ryan Ibarra and Gabriela O'Connor are recent architecture school graduates -- and currently catching up on lost sleep.