Feistees is essentially a t-shirt blog/website where we discover new tees and monitor all of the shirt-a-day websites in existence, so you don’t have to. What are shirt-a-day websites? These are the daily deal websites that offer t-shirts for around $10. As more sites of this type continue to emerge, it has become rather difficult to keep up with all of the daily deals. That’s where we step in. We check for updates several times an hour and display them together in one place, pretty much guaranteeing that you never miss another great t-shirt deal. In addition to this, we also feature and write about the best new movie, TV, geek, music, gamer and pop culture t-shirts from the most talented designers on the web, allowing you to have the first opportunity to show off these unique expressions of originality.
Finding out about new t-shirts before anyone else is the direct result of our ongoing relationships with more than sixty online stores and numerous other designers from around the world. Our goal is to create an extensive gallery of some of the most unique and hard to find movie, TV, video game, music, food and pop culture tees available online. We love discovering new tees that slip through the cracks of the bigger stores. There are countless designers out there just waiting to have there designs discovered. Whether you sell and ship your own products or post custom designs to your shop on Zazzle, CafePress, RedBubble, etc, we would love to see your work. Send us a link via our Contact Us page. We also love to learn about great tee designs available online, so if you stumble upon something that you think we should feature, don’t hesitate to let us know about it.
We want to thank several individuals who contributed to the design of this web site. Graphic Designer Mike Peters graciously allowed us to use his gallery lights image that tiles across the top of each page of Feistees. Check out more of Mike’s awesome work over at Swaylo.com. Another big nod has to go to our office cat Olsen (a girl), who lightened the mood by wandering onto our desks to say hello and to chase the mouse pointer across the screen.
I also urge you to check out GlutenFreeTees.com, a sister site that was designed to raise awareness for those struggling with celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity.