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Need a design for your group, but not sure how to design your own custom t-shirt? Take a look at some of our inspiration blogs to get an idea of the fun, creative designs you can assemble for your group with our designer tool.

Slow Motion Beautiful

Slow motion makes everything beautiful.  We don’t know why, but it does, indisputably (we can think of a few exceptions: dialogue, surgery, rocks...but they only serve to prove the rule).  Check these guys out, their skill, their boards, and their tshirts...and get inspired. 




A few years ago, I was fortunate enough to meet a man named Greg Barnes at a conference. This man was the designer of apparel that spread the word on anti-racism and inspiration. His line of clothing was called Eracism. T-shirts like this one that state “The greatest failure is to not try” is a statement that is meant to inspire people of all races, religions and political viewpoints. Clothing like this makes a statement that provokes deep thought and introspection. What inspiration is in your closet?

The Best T-shirt...in the World.

Great news everybody: we have the best shirt in the world!  We now have American Apparel’s Fine Jersey T-shirt.  Warn your other shirts, this one is going to replace them all. It's a 4.3 oz 100% ring spun combed cotton shirt that is gorgeously soft and a perfect  modern fit. It's my personal favorite, and it will be yours, too.

The Promised Land of Soft, Non-Hideous Tees

So, I have a tirade I've been meaning to get around to. Bear with me, I'll attempt to keep it on the non-gratuitous side (no promises).

Custom Tip

A good amount of our custom tshirt work consists of printing a photograph on a tee shirt.  Done well, it looks great.  Done poorly, it’s sort of insulting to whomever is in that photo.

The WhoopTee Difference

A number of the tshirt shops around the internet are just that, shops on the internet, maybe run by one or two guys in their parents’ basement who are good at web design but don’t know tshirts.

Welcome to the WhoopTee Blog!

You know that old adage, “Clothes make the man (or woman)”?

Here at WhoopTee.com, we couldn’t agree more. Sure, maybe what we wear doesn’t ...