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DesignByHumans T-Shirts

DesignByHumans T-Shirts
Design By Humans features graphic tees, phone cases and wall art prints from over 15,000 diverse international artists from all around the world. Embedded in the culture of Design By Humans is a passion for brilliant design, detailed illustration and a strong appreciation for all things creative. Shop over 2,000 designs in our store, all of which can be found across different shirt and phone case categories like funny, pop culture, abstract, fine art, and many more. Design Contests At DBH, we support and inspire artists to create the best products for fellow humans. The special t shirt design contests often involve guest collaboration with Design By Humans.

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We Sell T-shirts by the e-Shore We Are Become Pals is a new book by Joey Comeau and Jess Fink. It’s the story of two awesome teenage girls, Jane and Helen, and their friendship and exploits. Much of it was published on Tumblr, and is now printed in this handsome hardcover edition. Vintage Plaid Playing Cards by Dan and Dave Inspired by a vintage aesthetic, these U.S. Regulation Playing Cards in plaid are offered in a Striking Arizona Red and a Casual California Blue. They're the perfect accompaniment for everyday use, but also feature posh details and amusing activities never before paired with a deck of cards. From the natural color palette, leatherette box, off-white faces, and illustrated joker of the majestic Buck to the crossword puzzles and definitive recipe for the world's oldest known cocktail, the Sazerac, it's no doubt these cards were designed for men and are among the finest ever produced. "For us, these cards bring back fond memories of childhood camping trips with our grandfather.

101 Fashion Tips and Tricks Every Girl Should Know When it comes to fashion and style, it sometimes seems that everyone and their mother (literally!) have tried-and-true tips and tricks they absolutely swear by. Some are useful, while others … well, not so much. With that in mind, we’ve culled 101 of the best from the best: designers, lifestyle experts and, of course, our staff.

DIY Recipe: Coconut Milk Shampoo Due to the drying nature of conventional shampoos that strip hair of natural oils, many naturalistas have turned to the no-poo and co-wash movements to care for their natural hair. However, for some, the hair & scalp just don’t feel clean without rich, sudsy lather to wash the sweat and build-up away. If you’re one of those naturals, then this Coconut Milk Shampoo is just the thing for you! Unlike conventional shampoo, the lather in this recipe comes from a reaction between the coconut milk and the castile soap – not harsh cleaning agents that will create a squeaky, unhealthy head of hair.

Accentuate the Good, Contour the Rest A handful of women were blessed with a genetic goody bag full of wonderful treats like high cheekbones, a defined nose, and a chiseled jaw – the rest of us…well, we got a contouring brush. Let’s get to know our faces. Accentuate the good (contour the rest), and find comfort in knowing that every woman on the cover of a magazine had the same thing done to her. What is “Contouring”? Contouring is the act of using dark or light colors to make features recede or become prominent, respectively. Contouring adds definition, structure, and dimension. A Beauty Guide with Heart The smoky eye is sultry. It’s alluring. It’s enigmatic. Think ‘smoke’ – it’s dark and mysterious. There are no hard lines and it blends into nothingness.

Guided Tour & How to Use Welcome to Joy of Clothes. We have created a quick guided tour of our site to make it easier for you to find your way around and to discover our large array of content and tools. You can create a virtual model of yourself and try on clothes to create looks in Style Me. Putting Me Together: Building a Remixable Wardrobe, Part 1: Reimagining Clothes Thank you for all of the great responses you guys sent in for the Wardrobe Help Survey! After reading the survey responses it was evident that wider questions about wardrobes were begging to be addressed. I wanted to squish them all into a neatly packaged series, but it got overwhelming so I decided to scrap the Work Your Closet series idea and turn it into a regular part of this blog. That way, we can cover topics like closet organization, finding your style, shopping for your body type, etc. over the long haul. Today, I really want to start the posts on building a remixable wardrobe. Again, I'm not an expert.

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