Texans love craft beers! That's why we decided to work with the Texas Craft Brewers Guild in creating our Texas Craft Beer tee shirt - showcasing 50 of the very best Texas Breweries. Front and back imprints on a Gildan 5000 100% cotton tee in black. Support your

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Austin's popular Quality Seafood Market celebrated its 75th anniversary on January 25th. Since Quality just so happens to be our favorite joint for fresh oysters on the half shell, we decided to surprise lovely owner Carol Huntsberger with 75 custom commemorative tees to help

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Since 1997, Live Oak Brewing Company has been creating one of Austin’s favorite gems. They recently made it to the list of Forbes’ top microbrews in the US, and has won many awards as the best local beer in Austin. And rightfully so-- this hand-built, home-grown Austin

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For 14 years, Anthropos Arts has brought the benefits of music to all students. And we were proud to create the shirts for their annual year end concert! This non-profit coordinates with school band programs that can’t afford to heavily invest in their students and pays

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For the second year in a row, we entered the annual Impressions Awards- the industry’s most prestigious apparel decorating contest. And for the second time in a row, we won! The 34th annual competition was judged at the Fort Worth Imprinted Sportswear Show (ISS),

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The team showed their unique support by coloring their hair and nails pink. They're offering a limited edition pink t-shirt that we were happy to work on! They can be purchased here for a minimum donation of $15. All proceeds go to benefit the American Cancer Society.

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8 years ago, our good friend opened Mean Eyed Cat as a tribute to his late father, as well as a shrine to Johnny Cash. The Gunhands, Reid Wilson & His So Called Friends, and Chief Rooster were some of the first bands that played to help it get on the Austin

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Outhouse Designs was honored to print the official SXSW primary and secondary designs for music, film, and interactive. We also designed one of the festival’s bestselling designs, Dragonfly, which we spotted all over town.

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For four days this June, Austin will be the Motorcycle Capital of Texas, hosting the state’s biggest biker rally and the fifty thousand attendees from all over the world.  Expect to see some bad ass custom bikes, performers such as Shooter Jennings and Ted Nugent, and some

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The famous Spicewood BBQ joint known for raking in awards took the top honors – People’s Choice 1st Place and Best in Show Judge’s 1st Place- ribbons at the 4th Annual Spicewood Vineyards “Pair It with the Claret” Chili Cook Off on February 25th. Was Opie’s chili really more

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The 33rd annual ISS Show was held at the Fort Worth, Texas Convention Center. Every year, apparel decorators of all sizes & art ranges enter to win recognition for what they do best. Our T-shirt design "Willy Dilly" took the number one spot and "Texas Rocks" followed

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Does it really get any better than the MusicFest? Now in its 27th year, the MusicFest draws thousands of ski-lovin', music-lovin' folks to the snow swept peaks of Colorado each January. The largest group ski trip of its kind in the nation, the MusicFest brings the finest Texas

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Austin is the "Live Music Capital of the World," yet many professional working musicians are self-employed and rarely have access to health insurance. Without insurance, they can't afford preventive health care, including primary medical care, basic dental services

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Outhouse Designs was hungry to partner up again with Texas Monthly for their 2nd annual BBQ Festival, showcasing the top eats across the Lone Star State. We cooked up another batch of smokin’ hot swag for this year’s event, including 2011 collectible tee shirts for loyal festival

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Eighteen craft brewers serving over 75 special and rare Texas-born beers plus live music and sunshine, all to support local non-profits, Austin Sunshine Camps and the Young Men’s Business League. This is our kind of event! Our official festival design showcased two thirsty

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