Need some skull-themed jewelry? Or a t-shirt commemorating literary horror masters? Or how about jewelry that mimics blood? In the spirit of Halloween we’re running a sale on our favorite frightful, gory, or just weirdly creepy goodies in the Lost At E Minor store.
Need to stock up on cool, edgy, irreverent, chic, or just downright bizarre tees? Now through September 12, get $5 off any guy’s tee in the LAEM shop. Just use the code LAEMTEES at check-out to receive a discount and fill your closet with graphic goodies. Visit the Lost At E Minor t-shirt collection to start shopping.
Domestic Sanity clothing brings art and nostalgia to the wearer. Their designs are inspired by childhood themes – both good and bad – that we carry with us as adults. From a bear who is scared of the dark, to a stylized lady liberty, Domestic Sanity’s designs walk the line between playful and serious. And they’ll bring the same play and statement to your t-shirt collection. Shop for these in the Lost At E Minor store.
Doesn’t everyone young and old need a menacing rabbit on their clothing? The Balletcats certainly feels that way, introducing a line of incredible youth t-shirts. From an historic armadillo and alligator treaty, to a wise lesson about theft, these shirts are an absolute for any pint-sized t-shirt fan. Or for anyone willing to squeeze themselves into a kids size. Check out these new goodies in the Lost At E Minor online store.
Berlin ad agency Scholz & Friends has done the unthinkable: actually make us want to look at butt cracks. In a print ad campaign they did for German handcraft company union Das Handwerk, overexposed plumbers — photographed by Markus Mueller and art directed by Michael Johne — donned strategically designed T-shirts to make their sorry excuse for plumber’s crack instantly much more excusable. Unfortunately this also gave us a highly unimaginative idea on how to make cleavage instantly repulsive.
Fashionable and avant-garde, Bad Taste Factory shirts highlight pop culture icons in unexpected ways. The Vulcan Jesus tee shows us that Star Trek fans come in all forms; while the Buffy shirt is an undeniable way to rock everyone’s favorite vampire fighting crew. Our favorite part about Bad Taste Factory is not their irreverent play on pop culture images, but the shirts that they print on: men’s tees are slim cut and fashion-centric, and the women’s are an uber-hot sleeveless boatneck. Shop for assorted Bad Taste Factory goods in the Lost At E Minor online store.
One part wilderness, one part fashion, all Poppy and Moe: a vintage-inspired knitwear brand with a fabulous line-up of hand-drawn graphics. We love this brand for the nature undercurrent in their designs, all printed on chic silhouettes: a fox with flowers meets an off the shoulder pullover, a cat goddess living on a deep-plunged racerback tank. Check out our favorites in the Lost At E Minor store.
Attention Skyrim fans: this nerd mashup is available for only a few more hours at Tee Fury. The design is inspired by my love of the most amazing game in recent history and one of the greatest animated comedy shows of all time.
You don’t have to live in Williamsburg to love the You Killed Brooklyn tee by Urban Cricket. With a feel for the vintage and a personalized illustration style, the Urban Cricket product line speaks to anyone with a love for casual wear and a hint of creativity.
Muve is an alliance of two artists: Mike, an illustrator from Washington DC, and Ryan, a photographer from New York. Their ideas and designs evolved into Muve, a clothing company dedicated to voicing creative freedom with respect to sub-cultures of the past, present, and future.
The typical family portrait: conservative dad, homemaker mom, a sweet kitten in each lap and a pie in the oven. Another gem from The Balletcats, a Lost at E Minor favorite for delightfully unexpected takes on, well, everything when it comes to t shirt design. The Perfect Parents tee is exclusively designed for Lost At […]
Danot has created a stunning line of new illustrated tanks and tees, featuring our latest obsession, the Forlorn tanktop. Is it a bird? Or a face? Or all of the above? Dive into this graphic and decide for yourself. While you’re there, check out the other great new Danot pieces in the Lost At E […]
The Arquebus Clothing Brand, based in Brooklyn, is dedicated to designs that are self-expressive and meaningful through imagery or typography. They are bold, positive, inspirational, motivational, witty, philosophical and very wearable. We love these pieces inspired by nature, history, and everyday living. Some favorites can be found in the Lost At E Minor store.
Okayboss is an illustrator based in sunny Sydney who combines the powers of PB&J sandwiches, cats on the Internet, and a pocketful of edible crayons into a rainbow Voltron drawingbot. His shirts are anything from abstract space particles, to hands with expressions, while his music-inspired art prints are playful, witty, and gorgeous. Okayboss items are available for sale in the Lost At E Minor Store.
I first came across Insight 51′s Garage Artists t-shirt series not long ago when I stumbled upon the first Guido Crepax tee they put out. Being a Crepax fan, this was a huge one for me. Since then I’ve came to know and follow through them some awesome artists like Julien Langendorff, Madsaki, (fellow Portuguese […]