Many popular print online shops Xmas Baseball Christmas Tree shirt. have aligned with some type of T-shirt sales. The bad news is that they are available, as always, for a very limited time. The good news this is just the beginning, a little taste of the upcoming holidays, if you will.But let’s not waste time with the introductions and let’s get straight to the point, with the specifics.The one sale that expires the soonest, in less than 24 hours, is the Neatoshop Horror Sale. If you love some horror on your tees, you can select from the many options they have in the dedicated section with 20% off!It’s been 9 years since Jeff Sheldon embarked on the adventure known as Ugmonk. He started with a few typography pieces. The market was asking for the modern, minimalist, high quality t-shirts he was putting out. He had reached worldwide success and decided to continue. With each new launch more and more people knew about Ugmonk, thus giving birth to a downright community. You could feel the heart of the brand because it was never build based on a business model.
It was something Jeff was looking for and felt the market wasn’t offering Xmas Baseball Christmas Tree shirt. Add the “trial and and error” mindset and you have perfectly rounded, comprehensive products people love to talk about. In the end, the internet and social media propelled this brand to the heights it deserves. And there’s still a lot more to go.But for now, this is where Ugmonk dwells: 9 years of passion for design translated in a celebratory launch. One that happens every year. This “tradition” reflects the consistency and maturity of a brand that celebrates the creation process as its main source of power.This year’s anniversary set features a custom designed “9” along with a 9-triangle mark representing the nine years of Ugmonk.The t-shirt features the anniversary “9” printed with water-based ink on a super soft triblend black fabric. The nine emblem is cast from solid metal and coated with a special rose gold matte finish. Each set also includes an individually-numbered card (1-200) to signify the limited nature of the anniversary sets.