8 Shops Where You Can Add to Cart Punny & Pinoy Graphic T-shirts

Here are brands that offer some awesome graphic tees you'd want to add-to-cart right now!

Comfortable and easy to wear, T-shirts are always reliable, especially in this tropical country where the sun is up most often than not (even when the rainy season has begun). But while the shirt has a simplistic, functional design, it can still be stylish and represent our personality, thanks to the many cool prints out there. If you’re searching for such tees to wear, this list might help you out. Here are brands that offer some awesome graphic T-shirts you’d want to add-to-cart right now!

Linya-Linya

Linya-Linya was founded by long-time college friends turned workmates Ali Sangalang and Panch Alvarez. With Ali’s witty lines and Panch’s caricatures, the two have decided to mash it up together, and the result is today’s popular brand known for their hand-drawn punny designs that are really relatable to us Pinoys.

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Artwork

Artwork offers a cool lineup of tees, pouches, totes, and hats. Aside from their very Pinoy statements, most of their designs also feature bold illustrations and striking collages paired with vibrant colors that cater to different types of people who like to express themselves through what they wear.

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Spoofs by The T-Shirt Project

Spoofs, as its name suggests, pokes fun at iconic brands, movies, and logos through its designs. Some of the prints you can find from their lineup are the Squid Game spoof “Squid Balls”, the Pringles mascot turned into Heneral Luna, The Good Doctor spoof “The Good Drinker”, and more!

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Shop here: Website | Shopee | Lazada

Don’t Blame The Kids

This brand’s name is in itself already a statement, reflecting its positive vision for the future of kids everywhere. Thus, DBTK’s bold and vibrant prints that often feature iconic characters from our childhood really appeal to the youth.

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Matikas Artwear

Matikas Artwear makes cool prints that touch on our nostalgia. From that epic spaceship we conjured up using clothespins to the high-octane races we’ve had sitting under the sewing machine, Matikas Artwear’s prints really remind us of our simple yet awesome childhood.

Shop here: Shopee

BURRP Tees

This T-shirt brand has a wide selection of eye-catching designs that emulate the grungy look of classic pop art prints. Their many designs could really speak to different lifestyles and reflect one’s love for food, exercise, bicycling, and Pinoy roots.

Shop here: Shopee | Lazada

Team Manila

Team Manila’s lineup of graphic tees really captures the identity and culture of Manila, as well as the Filipino experience. They also have the Daily Grind label offering motivational prints for Pinoys out there who are committed to their hustle.

Shop here: Website | Shopee | Lazada
Location: 635, 1116 Quirino Hwy, Novaliches, Quezon City

Indio Filipino Clothing

Here’s another brand to check out if you’re channeling your Filipino identity into your garb. Indio Filipino has some bold designs depicting the baybayin and other elements that represent our culture such as the tamaraw, sarimanok, and more.

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