The second edition of animals are now available from ADHT Shirts, including the first ever customer inspired design! These four new shirts are sure to get you through the rest of the summer.
Get to know these 4 new shirts a little better with their stories.
‘Slow and Steady Food’
The first ever customer inspired design submitted by John T. to our Design the Next Shirt BrunoFour contest. John’s idea of “a turtle working in fast food” inspired the first shirt in the 2nd line of tees from ADHT after winning the popular vote in the BrunoFour.
Not all turtles can get a black belt in karate, some live average lives and make a living any way they can. This turtle works at the local fast food restaurant.
This shirt is available in American Apparel’s ‘Grass Green’ in sizes S-XL (while supplies last).
‘A Sheep Named Sue’
A sheep getting it’s hair cut. It’s as simple as that. It happens every day, but not like this. Not in a barbershop and not so the sheep can be deployed out to war. Well that’s just whats happening to Sue (yea his dad liked Johnny Cash) on this new shirt. Style is sacrificed for comfort, can’t have Pete Wentz hair when you’re in combat wearing a helmet. That’s just not practical.
This shirt is available in ‘Mint’ from American Apparel in S-XL.
What’s the most American bird you can think of? An eagle? WRONG. That might be your answer in 1776 or even 1976, but its 2013 and there’s only one thing that says ‘Merica more than that. You guessed it. A duck, drinking a beer, smoking a cigarette with his comfort clothes on as he’s about to watch some slot car racing. This duck doesn’t even watch it for the crashes like everyone else. He watches for the speed. The dirty, hot, sticky speed.
American Apparel ‘Butter’ in your standard American Sizes.
‘Late Night Entertainment’
Walruses playing instruments. Goes together like peanut butter and anything. This particular Walrus strayed away from the common set of instruments you would think a walrus played. How many times have you seen a walrus playing a wind instrument such as a saxophone? Well that old stereotype is put to bed with Bruce as he took it upon himself to learn the least popular percussion instrument next to the triangle. And man can this walrus play the xylophone. The featured act in a late night club, the clang of island music is that much more soothing when played with flippers.
This ‘Coral’ shirt from American Apparel wont fit a walrus, but it will fit you just fine.
So there they are, the next to animals to make their way from the wild to your closet. Find any of these shirts in the ADHT Store.