Inktober Roundup: Artwork For Days

by on Oct 13, 2017

If you’re an artist, or you know anyone who creates art, even casually, you probably know it’s “Inktober” right now. All over Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Deviant Art, Tumblr, and various other websites, artists are posting their daily creations, complimenting others on theirs, and planning their next piece. We thought it was only fair that, twelve days in to Inktober, we’d post some of our favorite artistic tees.

If you’ve been around TeeHunter for any length of time, you know we’re all about supporting independent artists. We partner with brands like RedBubble, Design By Humans, and Sawyer who all support independent artists who put their awesome designs on t-shirts. Since it’s Inktober, we thought we’d pull some of the coolest artistic t-shirts out to celebrate.

After all, that’s what a good t-shirt is: art.

Buffalo Tee (Light Blue)

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Take this t-shirt for instance. It’s from one of the brands we partner with, called Sawyer. This gorgeous piece of watercolor art was created by a local Utah artist, Seth Johnson, who’s known for his unique, outdoor watercolor paintings.

Get Lost T Shirt By DesignerDallas Design By Humans

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This piece of art comes from Design By Humans, who support over 15000 awesome artists from around the world. They’ve got more cool tees just like it, all with their own unique themes:

The Road Goes Ever On

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Flower Face

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Speaking of other brands that support thousands of independent artists, there’s RedBubble. They, too, make it super easy for artists to get noticed and sell their work. If you’re friends with an artist, or are an artist yourself, you know how much that means. Artists can’t live on goodwill alone, unfortunately. We need to get paid, too.

With RedBubble, you’re looking at all sorts of tees for just about everyone, including incredible fan-art, like this one for Assassin’s Creed:

Ezio Auditore

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There’s also just good old fashioned art, too, that’ll make you look super hip and trendy:

Sunset Waves

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All in all, Inktober isn’t about any one kind of art or artist. That’s the point. Whether it’s fan art, or watercolor, or art with a distinct purpose:

or message:

Coexist T Shirt Womens

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Inktober is for everyone – especially those of us who like our art in the form of a sick tee.

So, support an artist, and check out more awesome works of art below and let us know which one is your favorite. Are you an artist with a cool piece that you’ve put on a tee? Why not submit it? Got a t-shirt brand that supports independent artists? Tell us about it. We’d love to work with you. Art is for everyone, and it deserves to be shared.

Happy Inktober!

More Cool Artwork:

Magic Man

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My friends call me Diana (Distressed Version) T-Shirt

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blue scratch T-Shirt

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Autumn T-Shirt

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Autumn Girl T-Shirt

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Dandylion Flight – Reversed Circular

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A Winters Tale

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Happy Countryside

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mother of liberation Buddhism Goddess Tara

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BELIEF

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Red Dawn

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ASSASSINS – Blood Version T-Shirt

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Mystic Tee by Carl Saenger – Premium

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Jimi Hendrix splatter T-Shirt

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Daenerys Targaryen – Fire and Blood

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Elizabeth is a Portland-based freelance writer, who spends her time playing with her cat, blogging, working on the three-billion writing projects she has bouncing around in her brain, tutoring kids in writing and reading, and perusing the streets of Portland, looking for the best coffee shops and book shops.

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