T-shirts and Tanks

Kanye's 2020 Presidential Merchandise Is Expensive, Possibly Plagiarized and a Lesson for Future Candidates
October 13, 2020 at 10:49 am

It’s hard to take Kanye West’s presidential run as seriously as he seems to. He’s not even on the ballot in some states, and this always seemed like more of a branding opportunity than an actual attempt to land in the Oval Office. But, of course, Kanye still dropped official campaign merchandise. And, on brand for Kanye, it’s much more streetwear drop than traditional campaign merch...

Shirt Lab Forge Registration Opens
October 7, 2020 at 11:22 am

Shirt Lab founders Tom Rauen and Marshall Atkinson have put together another top-level virtual decorated apparel education event, this time focusing on the intricacies of e-commerce platforms. You can preview an online event guide here. “One of the biggest problems many small businesses and shops in this industry currently face is the ongoing challenge of…

Latest Biden Merch Features Trump Tax Returns Jab, 'Will You Shut Up, Man' Debate Quip
September 30, 2020 at 1:45 pm

The 2020 presidential campaign is getting even more heated with one debate in the bag and a little over a month until election day. Keeping the trend of combative merchandise, the Biden Campaign's latest releases mock Trump's tax returns and celebrate a quip from the debate last night. We've seen similar merchandise from the Trump Campaign...

OkCupid's Merch-Heavy #VILF Promo Campaign Wants You to Be the Sexiest Voter You Can Be
September 24, 2020 at 2:11 pm

OkCupid, one of the many dating services available today, is trying to bring some romance to the civic duty of voting in the 2020 election. It's doing that by introducing a full line of merchandise like bags, lawn signs and T-shirts that say “Be a #VILF,” which, of course stands for, “Voter I’d Like to…” well, you know...

Why Did This Disney 'Aladdin' Shirt Sell For $6,000?
September 22, 2020 at 12:33 pm

Corbin Smith put the shirt, originally printed in 1992, up on Virtual Flea, a livestream flea market. Smith was reportedly looking to flip the shirt, which he got for $500 last year, for $2,000. With a starting bid of $1, he watched as the shirt went for a total of $6,000...

California Avocado Commission Is Going Promo-Heavy to Compete With Mexico
September 16, 2020 at 11:24 am

The California Avocado Commission is trying to boost local produce pride by introducing a full line of California Avocados merchandise, such as apparel, bags, stickers, magnets and more. Competing with Avocados From Mexico in the marketing race is tough, but this is a good start...