individualized shirt

anonymous asked:

If they're just selling shirts for that price, yeah, a ripoff. But if they're selling the shirt+ individual custom tailoring, makes more sense.

it’s not individual custom tailoring, I worded that wrong. I meant it’s a line of shirts that are designed to “fit women’s bodies” but for butch women (basically some extra buttons, wider collars like normal mens shirts but on “women’s shirts”), you just order the shirt and it’s mailed to you, it’s like 125 dollars for one long sleeve button down.

why are comic book artists so obsessed with drawing girls’ individual boobs 

like … shirts dont do that 

not even skin tight ones

not even skin tight costumes should be doing that, unless they literally made cups for their boobs, which would be super impractical and uncomfortable and dig into the bones in the middle of their chest



Hey everyone, I’m doing a second printing of the T-Shirts I sold at Massachusetts Independent Comics Expo! All T shirts are individually screenprinted by hand by me and my buddy (who is rocking the Bite Me shirt above!) on soft and breathable, v-neck, unisex t shirts from Forever 21.

 Sizes run a little looser (from the photos featured, the middle is a size M, the shirts on the side are a size S). If you have any question on size suggestions hit me up!  

T-Shirts are $18 (+shipping, which runs around ~$5). Pre-orders can be made through email (, please include “T shirt pre order” somewhere in the title. Payment is through paypal at or Venmo. 

Pre orders end in 10 days on Nov 14! 

I feel like i need to apologise...

… i got a message from one of my followers he mentioned his concerns about  one of the images i shared on my blog since it has a white individual wearing a shirt with a decorated Native American skull on it. I didnt think it would be offensive I should have been more sensible about this kind of things i should def. work on that  so i wanna apologise if i offended anyone especially any of my native american followers, i will be more careful from now on about anything i shared on my blog .

so if i do anything like that again feel free to come over and kick my ass :)


Heartwarming Kickstarter raises $22K to make clothes for people with Down syndrome 

Downs Designs produces jeans, capri pants and shirts for individuals with Down syndrome, a genetic disorder that leaves patients with developmental delays and intellectual disability. Patients with Down syndrome are physically built differently than other people, and as a result often lack access to well-fitting clothes, furthering negative perceptions of people who have the disorder and increasing the condition’s social stigma.

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i made some self-indulgent cute haikyuus because i’m too deep into this fucking sports anime and i need help

you can buy them as a sticker pack on my redbubble!! you can also buy them as posters, t-shirts, individual phone cases etc if that floats your boat. if there’s enough interest in these, i’ll make a second set with eight more characters!

shop haikyuus in my redbubble store! (p-pls)

A few weeks ago, I launched a Booster campaign selling shirts to raise funds so that PBP can have more contests and cool interactive events.

Danielle H. aka Nobuhime, showed her support by purchasing a shirt, however since the campaign didn’t reach 20 shirts, they gave her back her money and no shirt for Danielle… ;A;

Printing individual shirts would have been a lot more expensive, but I really wanted to do something to thank her for her support, Et Voilà! 

It took a lot longer to finish because mid-way through I decided I didn’t like the first drawing and started all over. 

Anyway, I drew Danielle in the shirt she would have gotten, and she told me how she wanted her hair. I think it turned out really cute; I hope you like it too, Danielle! Thank you again, so much!! 

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