Sir Critter brand tee shirts
April 13, 2009 10:34 AM   Subscribe

Sir Critter brand tee shirts
Hey Nature, why don't you class things up a bit?

Sir Critter, my latest t-shirt lineup.

Perhaps not as high concept as Teach the Controversy or Science! but they make me smile none the less. the idea is simple: Nature needs to get its act together, so let us drop it a hint by showing animals dressed up all classy like.

Hope you enjoy!
posted by Jezztek (6 comments total) 2 users marked this as a favorite

WANT! Love the manatee!
posted by youngergirl44 at 8:25 AM on April 14, 2009


I love "Sir Rabbit!"

I am little curious why certain colors are only available in certain shirt styles. I prefer the first row of colors, but I prefer American Apparel shirts.
posted by drjimmy11 at 9:54 AM on April 14, 2009


The groundhog is absolutely classy, in the same way the `dramatic gopher` meme's remixed monacle laden version is. Awesome.
posted by Smoosh Faced Lion at 11:07 AM on April 14, 2009


I am little curious why certain colors are only available in certain shirt styles. I prefer the first row of colors, but I prefer American Apparel shirts

Well, I try to have as wide a spread of options as possible between the basics and the American Apparel. In our stock the basics only come in a few colors but the American Apparel comes in many more. Since there are only a handful of colors in the basics for me to work with, and of those only a few are things I think look good I end up using the a lot of the "good" colors on them.

But, keep in mind you aren't stuck with my I pick! If you hit the 'create your own' tab it'll load our flash designer which would let you set your own colors. In this case Navy, Red and Black are all available on the American Apparel stuff as well.
posted by Jezztek at 11:26 AM on April 14, 2009


Very nice.

If you click the links to the other shirt sites, though, those "tabs" are not in the same order on each page.
posted by backseatpilot at 8:14 AM on April 16, 2009


Awesome. Bought a Sir Manatee shirt.
posted by kcalder at 1:25 PM on April 26, 2009


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