Sunday, June 27, 2010
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Support the boys of East Tokyo United with the Giant Killing T-Shirt series from Crocktees. We are big fans of the anime, sport, and all the sponsors real and imaginary. So GoGo ETU and represent the Japan Football League with any of the following tees. And if you or some friends want customized jerseys just drop us a line and we'll desgin you a customized link!
Thursday, June 17, 2010
We got a plug from Rachel Maddow about our What Would Rachel Maddow Do t-shirt! Well maybe not actually from the host herself, but at least from her official show blog "Maddow Blog." We want to thank Rachel for the tweet from @MaddowBlog on Twitter, and thanks for the support!
Saturday, June 5, 2010
Another One Piece inspired t-shirt from Crocktees. Staying on the World Government theme we have created the One Piece Marines logo t-shirt. Make sure to place the Marine logo on any apparel you want, using the vector art we have created for the logo. And stay tuned for more One Piece artwork!
Possibly the best quote of all time. Straight from Barney Stinson played by the one and only NPH, comes Crocktees' How I met your Mother t-shirt, "When I am sad, I stop being sad and be Awesome instead. True Story." Aren't you feeling more awesome already from reading this post? Thought so!
Thursday, June 3, 2010
WE ARE SPARTA... well at least for the day. We have hit 300 followers on twitter, a pretty big milestone for us. So through Friday June 4th throw us a follow @crocktees and tweet with the tag #crocksparta to enter and win some free tees. Xtra points for using @ of any kind, new followers, @ to a friend... whatever! Thanks for the support and go SPARTA from Crocktees!
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
After failure after failure, BP must be held accountable for the largest oil spill in history. Crocktees brings you Beyond Pollution t-shirts. Because the tragedy of the Gulf Coast will go beyond this year and beyond this decade, but it cannot be beyond BP and the oversight that caused it. Boycott BP now, and make them responsible for the mess they caused.