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4-legged Tee Giveaway! PLUS The A to Z of Animal Tees

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Mon 13th BREAKING NEWS: Greg of GWP Studio has come on board as a supporter of this giveaway, and the deadline to get your entry in has been extended 24hours – now closing Midnight Tuesday 14th (PST – USA time).

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GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Read the follow-up post here.


On Saturday I published the largest online post I’ve ever undertaken on the Tees In A Pod blog – Rumble In The Jungle: The A to Z of Animal Tees. It’s one for all walks of life and one that I hope many will enjoy reading.

To mark the occasion, GritFX are re-publishing the post right here on our Magazine (see below) and are pleased to unite with three of our creative peers to bring you a first… a 4-legged T-Shirt Giveaway!  ONE WINNER takes all! Our winner will take home a “Please Don’t Feed The Animals” tee by GritFX T-Shirts; a “Go Green” tee by Saucewear; a “Wise Owl” tee by LadyUmbrella Ladies T-Shirts; and a “Splatter Wolf” tee by Wolves VS Lions.
4-legged T-Shirt Giveaway! 4 animal tees to be won!

Here’s what you have to do to win:

Leave a comment right here* on our Magazine before Midnight Tuesday 14th (PST), telling us what YOUR favourite animal is…. and it doesn’t have to be on the list below!

* We are also taking entries on our Facebook fan page. 
Do both and increase your chances of winning…!

That’s it!

– Anyone can enter from anywhere. Fans under 18 years of age must have parental permission to enter.
– YOU MUST COMMENT (below or on Facebook) TO ENTER THE DRAW – ONE winner will be selected at random on Wed 15th September. (comment below PLUS on Facebook to double your chances of winning!)
– If you are chosen, you will be notified via email or Facebook (depending on your entry). Winner must respond within two days. If you do not respond within that period, another winner will be chosen.
Prize is 4 T-SHIRTS!! One winner will take home a “Please Don’t Feed The Animals” tee by GritFX T-Shirts; a “Go Green” tee by Saucewear; a “Wise Owl” tee by LadyUmbrella; and a “Splatter Wolf” tee by Wolves VS Lions.
– We will also randomly pick a runner-up who will win an assorted GritFX postcard pack.

A massive THANK YOU goes out to Kelly (Saucewear); Rob & Elena (LadyUmbrella); and Will (Wolves VS Lions) for making this giveaway possible!



 We have some peer COUPON CODES to share!

Friends & fans of GritFX T-Shirts can save cash on any t-shirt purchase from the stores of our generous peers:
20% OFF Wolves VS Lions with COUPON CODE: GritFX20
15% OFF LadyUmbrella Ladies T-Shirts with COUPON CODE: Grit15
15% OFF Saucewear with COUPON CODE: GritFX15

GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Read the follow-up post here.


Rumble In The Jungle: The A to Z of Animal Tees

What’s your favourite animal?

Most of us will have an answer to that question which means that there is never a shortage of designers putting animals on tees, nor consumers who want to buy animal stuff. You hear people ask if the t-shirt marketplace is becoming oversaturated with choice. In the case of animal themed t-shirts, I don’t think there can ever be too many!

When thinking about this animal themed post, I thought it could be fun to look at an A – Z of animals on tees, whilst taking a look at symbolism and the various qualities that certain animals represent. I hope it serves as a source of enlightenment and inspiration because, after all, knowledge is power and if we can understand the reasons people want to buy a certain animal on a tee, then we could also discover marketing angles.

I haven’t included everything there is to know about each animal, as that would make this post as humungous as a woolly mammoth! However, I have included a number of links at the bottom where my information was collected from in case you wish to read more.

Many animals didn’t make the list, and I took license in allocating letters to some that readers may question. Please don’t shoot the author… it’s not hunting season! Rather, leave a comment telling us all about YOUR animal themed t-shirt/s.


A – Arachnid
Arachnophobia, or the fear of spiders, is one of the most common phobias. Spiders have been the focus of fears, stories and mythologies in various cultures for centuries and in some criminal societies the spider was used to express commitment to that life. With this negativity also comes creativity, and spiders are considered one of the most creative insects on the planet – symbolic of an ability to excrete one’s own artistic world.
A - Arachnid T-Shirt Design Examples
Arachnid T-Shirts by (L to R): Russian Criminal Tattoo Designs (@RussCrmnlTattoo); Cool Bug Stuff; and Psychosis: Urban Lifestyle Apparel (@psychosisgear).


B – Bear
Symbolic of Introspection, Primal Power/Strength, and Awakening Unconscious. To European and Native American Shamanic people, this power animal symbolises awakening the strong force of the unconscious, with the bear totem symbolising determination for the Shaman who would commune with the spiritual world. In a loving environment, this animal symbol showers love and generosity in return.
B - Bear T-Shirt Design Examples
Bear T-Shirts by (L to R): Wildlife Ink; AAA Native Arts Gallery (@aaanativearts); and Matthew Parsons (Facebook Page).


C – Crow
Most European traditions view the crow as a sign of bad omens, problems and death. The crow is known to represent the darker elements of human nature. One theory is that negative raven symbolism arose from their appearance on battlefields, and in Norse mythology (primarily the mythology of Scandinavia), Odin – the god of wisdom, war, art, culture and the dead – would have Huginn and Muninn (a pair of ravens) fly all over the world and report back with information.
C - Crow T-Shirt Design Examples
Crow T-Shirts by (L to R): Darkside (@Darkside_UK); I Love Waterloo (@ILoveWaterloo); and Selene Dracourge – Shadow Magi Group (Facebook Page).


D – Dog
Dogs are symbols of courage, vigilance, loyal fidelity and are emblems of faithfulness and guardianship. In Celtic symbolism, the dog is considered good luck and because a Celt was rarely found hunting without a hound nearby, the dog became a symbol of a skilled hunter. Dogs are also the archetypal symbols of shapeshifters, and under the Chinese zodiac, the dog represents persistence in adversity, sensitivity, honesty, reliability, watchfulness and/or a nosy nature.
D - Dog T-Shirt Design Examples
Dog T-Shirts by (L to R): Busted Tees (@BustedTees); MiNGLED (@MiNGLED); and Outdoor Addix (Facebook Group).


E – Elephant
The elephant can be seen in symbolism across many cultures. A symbol of strength and power, the elephant was the mount of Kings of India and as a devastating weapon of war, came to symbolise the gods of warriors. The Chinese also see the elephant as a symbol of energy, strength and power, whereas Buddhist cultures see white elephants as a symbol of patience and wisdom. To others this animal represents commitment, gentleness and communication in relationships.
E - Elephant T-Shirt Design Examples
Elephant T-Shirts by (L to R): Matthew Dunn Art (@matthewdunnart); The Spotted Olive (@TheSpottedOlive); and Anita Inverarity (@AnitaArt).


F – Feline
The cat is the Pagan Symbol of the Arcane and is said to have exhibited psychic ability. Folk lore connects the cat to many bad luck stories and symbolic meanings range from a devil to a god. In Western traditions it’s the cats association with the night which has connected it to mystery, witchcraft and magic. Their connection to the moon can also be seen in ancient Egyptian symbolism where the cat was sacred and depicted on the head of their lunar goddess Bastet. The cat is also symbolic of independence, balance and wisdom.
F - Feline (Cat) T-Shirt Design Examples
Feline (Cat) T-Shirts by (L to R): Obey The Purebreed (Facebook Page); Paws and Effect (Facebook Page); and Kelly Cavender (@KCavenderDesign).


G – Goat
Babylonians gave us the symbol of Capricorn (the sea goat) and having seen the goat primarily climbing the mountains, it became a symbol of man striving to reach God. Today the zodiac sign symbolizes character traits such as creativity, intelligence, dependability, and calmness. The goat can be a symbol of practical wisdom and an emblem of a man who wins victories through diplomatic means. That said, it also represents stubbornness and a wild nature along with masculinity and sexuality.
G - Goat T-Shirt Design Examples
Goat T-Shirts by (L to R): Get Yer Goat; bEDOsHIRTS (@bedoshirts); and Peacockcards (@peacockcards).


H – Horse
The horse represents numerous traits – Stamina, mobility, strength and travel; Love, devotion, and loyalty; Intellect, wisdom, power and nobility – among many others. The winged horse is viewed as a symbol of “the soul able to fly beyond the realm of physical life” and a symbol of “high-flying imagination”. As one of the most honoured Celtic animal symbols, the horse is associated with war, as well as the night, the moon, mystery and belonging to the sun god.
H - Horse T-Shirt Design Examples
Horse T-Shirts by (L to R): Zen Threads (@ZenThreads); Saga Shirts; and Jolly Amusing.


I – Iguana (representing the Lizard Family)
The Iguana is part of the lizard family and represents conservation, agility and is about and promotes dreaming. In the dreaming realm, it can mean the power of observation or perceptiveness. Dreaming of this animal can represent having too much of these qualities, or not enough. As a reptile, this animal totem represents adaptation. The Mayan’s considered the iguana sacred, and in ancient Egypt and Greek symbolism the lizard represented divine wisdom and good fortune.
I - Iguana T-Shirt Design Examples
Iguana T-Shirts by (L to R): Tropicando (@Tropicando); Art Box; and Tee Party.


J – Jackal
Anubis, the god of mummification, is depicted in Egyptian mythology as a man with the head of a jackal. Anubis was worshipped as the inventor of embalming, and considered the ‘guide of souls’ with the connection to the jackal coming from the Egyptians’ observations at cemetaries – where jackals would lurk around tombs and graves. As a scavenger animal, the jackal is reknowned for cleverness and can therefore symbolise a devious or mischevious person.
J - Jackal T-Shirt Design Examples
Jackal T-Shirts by (L to R): Heather Bruton; Cisnenegro (@cisnenegro); and The Anubis Shop.


K – Kangaroo
The kangaroo is a national symbol of Australia, used on the Australian coat of arms and some currency, and is thus associated with the country and culture in several ways. This Australian marsupial hails from the Macropodidae family – with macropods meaning “large foot”. As a power animal it symbolises balance and strength and in dreams it foretells unexpected and exciting trips. Incidentally, a group of kangaroos is called a “mob” (although they are not known for contract killings).
K - Kangaroo T-Shirt Design Examples
Kangaroo T-Shirts by (L to R): Rick London (@ricklondon); Colin Tobin (@ColinTobin); and Rotem Gear (@rotemgear).


L – Llama
Llamas played an important role in Inca culture and were a primary source of transportation, clothing and food. Inca religion, based on the worship of nature gods (sun, moon, rain, mountains), involved sacrificing 100 llamas on the first day of every lunar month. The animal thus became an important symbol with nobility often buried with llama figures. Today the llama is still a vast resource for Peru and can be seen on the Peruvian flag. As a symbol of endurance, the llama can also represent standing up for one’s self.
L - Llama T-Shirt Design Examples
Llama T-Shirts by (L to R): MongoWear (Facebook Page); Alisa Christopher (@alisatana); and Signs of Life.


M – Monkey
Under the Chinese horoscope, the monkey is regarded as quick/keen of wit, highly observant, and curious. To others it can represent mischief, benevolence or humanity. The monkey can symbolise agility and playfulness and where some cultures consider monkeys to be devilish, others embrace this playfulness and their imagination. The “See no evil, Hear no evil, Speak no evil” totem (see below) teaches us not to rely on sight, sound, and speech for truth, but to develop our sixth sense of knowing.
M - Monkey T-Shirt Design Examples
Monkey T-Shirts by (L to R): 8 Ball T-Shirts (@8balltshirts); Omunky (@OMUNKY); and BluAlien.


N – Narwhal
Sometimes called sea unicorns, Narwhal sightings reinforced the unicorn legends. Like the mythical unicorn, males are known for their long, spiral, ivory tusks. In the Middle Ages, these tusks were thought to possess magical and curative properties. The Narwhal can symbolise the nourishing of others, wisdom and a deep comprehension of issues. They are connected to themes of coldness, resisting captivity, pursuit of freedom, the body as a weapon, and “poking holes” in the theories of others.
N - Narwhal T-Shirt Design Examples
Narwhal T-Shirts by (L to R): Squid Ink (@squidinkie); Brian Walline (@Zoodio27); and Tinaseamonster (@tinaseamonster).


O – Owl
The owl is deeply associated with magic and is said to bring us wisdom. To the ancient Greeks, the owl is a symbol of Athene, the goddess of foresight and knowledge. As a nocturnal creature, it is symbolic of psychic ability and intuition. Native American tribes viewed the owl as a protector against harm, whereas in other cultures (China, Egypt, India) the symbolic meaning of the owl is associated with death – as in, the guardian of the after-life.
O - Owl T-Shirt Design Examples
Owl T-Shirts by (L to R): Pandora Apparel (@PandoraApparel); LadyUmbrella (@ladyumbrellaltd); and Death & Taxes Designworks.


P – Pig
The pig has become synonymous with several negative attributes, especially greed and gluttony. In Buddhism, the pig usually represents desire in all its forms and attachment to material possessions. However, in Celtic and ancient Egyptian cultures, pigs are icons of abundance and fertility. In the Chinese tradition, it can also mean abundance and one who is easily angered, and in the case of the Chinese zodiac, it is considered a symbol of honesty and determination. “When pigs fly” is a phrase used to scoff at over-ambition.
P - Pig T-Shirt Design Examples
Pig T-Shirts by (L to R): Busto The Pig (Facebook Page); Baby Talk Clothing; and AnimePeggy (@AnimePeggy).


Q – Quetzalcoatl
The Aztec culture had complex mythology and this is where we find Quetzalcoatl – an Aztec god also known as the “Feathered Serpent.” It brings together the green-plumed quetzal bird (symbolizing the heavens and the wind), and the snake (symbolizing the earth and fertility). Quetzalcoatl represents life, motion, laughter, health, sexuality, and the arts and crafts of civilization such as farming, cooking, and music.
Q - Quetzalcoatl T-Shirt Design Examples
Quetzalcoatl T-Shirts by (L to R): Ariadna Corona (@Arikodi); Art Attack; and siXsiXsiX.


R – Rabbit
The rabbit often appears in folklore as the trickster archetype, using his cunning to outwit his enemies. The rabbit is also viewed as a symbol of love, fertility and vigilance. Additionally, the rabbit is used as a symbol of playful sexuality which relates to its reputation as a prolific breeder. As a symbol of rebirth, the rabbit has an association with spring and Easter. The species’ role as a prey animal also lends itself as a symbol of innocence – another Easter connotation.
R - Rabbit T-Shirt Design Examples
Rabbit T-Shirts by (L to R): Susan Sanford; Detour Designables (@detourshirts); and Design Bakery (@Design_Bakery).


S – Sasquatch
Sasquatch is the English word for “Sésquac”, meaning “wild man”. Colloquially known as “Bigfoot”, the Sasquatch is a legendary primate-like creature that some believe is a real hominid living in America. Sasquatch lore dates back to early Native American tribes and whilst reknowned for harrassment of humans, the entire body of reports suggest that the Sasquatch is not a violent creature. On the contrary, the Sasquatch can represent imagination and has become a symbol of what might exist and what is waiting to be discovered.
S - Sasquatch T-Shirt Design Examples
Sasquatch T-Shirts by (L to R): GritFX T-Shirts (@GritFX); Brian Brasher (@etherbrian); and W + K Studio.


T – Tiger
In Japan, the tiger is the emblem of the great warriors known as the samurai. In this case, the tiger represents courage. The Chinese consider the tiger the king of all beasts. This title came from recognising that the stripes along the forehead resembled the Chinese character of “King”. It reminds us of the impossible, triumphs, the beauty of freedom and is a symbol of reverence. As a zodiac sign it represents rebellion, power, passion, a daring nature, and vigor. The tiger can also represent a colourful personality.
T - Tiger T-Shirt Design Examples
Tiger T-Shirts by (L to R): Rotem Gear (@rotemgear); Nature Wear; and Joshua Robin Kaplan.


U – Unicorn
Unicorn symbolism can be seen in various religions and cultures, from biblical references to the Royal coat-of-arms of the United Kingdom; where, united with the lion, the unicorn symbolised a new order supported by the balancing forces of nature – sun and moon in harmony. The unicorn is a symbol of truth, dreams, purity, magic, and freedom; when seen chained, it illustrates man’s fear that a free unicorn (or free mind) is a dangerous beast. The unicorn can also represent one who is fierce yet good, selfless yet solitary.
U - Unicorn T-Shirt Design Examples
Unicorn T-Shirts by (L to R): Crazy Dog T-Shirts (@crazydogtshirts); Snorg Tees (@Snorgtees); and Soge Shirts (@sogeshirts).


V – Viper
The viper (snake) can symbolise shedding the past and changing the future. As a complex Celtic animal symbol it represents the process of creation, rebirth, fertility and healing. Along with transformation, the Celtic perspective also shows the snake as a symbol of secret knowledge and cunning. The snake swallowing it’s tail is a symbol for eternity. Double snakes are common symbols in many cultures, respresenting the integration of opposites and advanced communication.
V - Viper (Snake) T-Shirt Design Examples
Viper T-Shirts by (L to R): Melhi (@melhi); Oliver Hibert – LTD Tee (@LTDTee); and Fly53 (@FLY53).


W – Wolf
The wolf is seen as a symbol of great respect/honor as well as hatred/persecution. Fear of wolves is accepted as a natural human reaction, with the wolf depicted as evil in the folklore of medieval Europe. The “Big Bad Wolf” and the werewolf are symbols of this fear, whereas to Native American tribes, the wolf was the PathFinder/Teacher which came from an admiration of their intelligence, courage and strength. In Norse mythology, the wolf is a symbol for victory; as a Celtic symbol, it is a source of lunar power. The wolf can also represent free will.
W - Wolf T-Shirt Design Examples
Wolf T-Shirts by (L to R): Wolves VS Lions (@WolvesVsLions); Nerdy Shirts (@nerdyshirts); and Yehteh (@yehteh).


X – Xenomorph
In pop culture, xenomorph is well known as a reference to the film Aliens, being the name given to the bad-ass extraterrestrial creatures in the movie. The word ‘xenomorph’ was invented to mean “a strange form”, derived from the prefix “xeno-” (meaning ‘strange/alien/foreign’) and the suffix “-morph” (meaning ‘form’). As such, the word is primarily connected to monsters . Dream translations are relatively linear, with the presence of a xenomorph in your dream (or, more likely, nightmare) meaning you may be in an ‘alien’ situation.
X - Xenomorph T-Shirt Design Examples
Xenomorph (Alien) T-Shirts by (L to R): Headline Shirts (@headlineshirts); RoadKill T-Shirts (@roadkilltshirts); and Split Reason (@splitreason_com).


Y – Yak
Centuries ago, a great trans-Himalayan trade existed between Nepal and its neighbour Tibet. The large (standing up to 7.2ft tall at the shoulder) wild Ox of Tibet was the primary source of transportation during this time. Also used to plough fields, provide meat, milk, butter, wool and dung for fuel, the the wild Ox (Yak) provided for all the needs of the Tibetans and Nepalese and came to represent the ‘all-good’, with nomads calling them “wish-granting”. The Yak can also symbolise one who is reliable and persistent, or one who is self-protective and disagreeable.
Y - Yak T-Shirt Design Examples
Yak T-Shirts by (L to R): Jeremy FishSuperfishal; endemicworld (@endemicworld); and MakaluWear (Facebook Page).


Z – Zebra
The Zebra teaches us the beauty in individuality. It’s distinctive stripes serves as a protective camouflage against predators, who are often unable to pick an individual out from the herd. However, for herd members the stripes have the opposite purpose as each has a unique pattern. The zebra is therefore often used to represent how we too can develop our individuality within a group dynamic. A third spiritual meaning for the stripes is related to the integration of opposites.
Z - Zebra T-Shirt Design Examples
Zebra T-Shirts by (L to R): Tat2 T’s (@tat2ts); Per Ove Sleen (@POSn); and Olechka Art (@OlechkaArt).


I can not conclude this post without a special thank you to some of my peers whom answered the call for help on twitter… thank you to Jean Roth of Rotem Gear (@rotemgear); Brad Kelly of the T-Shirt Review Blog (@tshirtreview); Kelly Murphy of Saucewear (@saucewear) & The Tee Gazette (@TeeGazette); and Tees In A Pod’s very own Amanda Ryan of Creature Creations (@naturecreations). Thanks guys. Without your help, I’d still be searching the internet for examples!


Created By: Amanda Vare “Manz”, GritFX, Movies, TV, and Pop Culture Tshirts


Post references
Links to all the sites that provided information:
Wikipedia; An Etymological Dictionary of Classical Mythology; Paganism/Wicca; What’s your sign? Discover the world of signs and symbolic meanings; House of Names; Incredible Art Lessons; Chinese Horoscopes; Joelle’s Sacred Grove Entrance; Symbolism Wiki; Speaker for the Animals; Like A Cat; Wild Speak; Chinese Zodiac – Chinese Astrology; Masonic Info; Ask/Define; New World Encyclopedia; eLook; Tao of Tattoos; Viewzone; The Curious Dreamer; Ancient Egypt: the Mythology and Egyptian myths; Kwintessential; The Jackal; The Master Of Speech; Socyberty; Urban Dictionary; Associated Counselors & Therapists; Emily Gems; Hub Pages; Lost Civilizations; Answers.com; Sacrifices in Ancient Cultures; National Geographic; About.com; American Museum of Natural History; Enchanted Learning; Macrame Owl; Symbolic Meanings Blog; Khandro Net; Myth Encyclopedia; Reptilian Agenda; Myths-Dreams-Symbols; BFRO.net; Wicked Winks; British Life and Culture; Fantasy Ireland; Symbols; Sweet Mystics Pack; Like a Cat; Dream Dictionary; Baronet 4 Tibet; Tibeto-logic; Power Animals; and Rainbow Crystal.


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  1. Penguin – Hands Down
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    Posted by David Roshinski | August 29, 2010, 10:59 pm
    • I just tried to do a threaded reply as it would be cool to comment back to many of these entries!! Oh well… I should talk to our webmaster to see what can be done.

      Thanks again for entering this wild giveaway.

      Posted by Manz | September 8, 2010, 9:21 pm
  2. I love Polar Bears, but Highland Cows are cool too!

    Posted by Sally Latham | August 29, 2010, 11:34 pm
  3. Tough one! I guess I would probably go with squirrel though. Those little fellas are just too much fun!
    .-= Erin ´s last blog ..The New Man in Charge =-.

    Posted by Erin | August 29, 2010, 11:36 pm
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  7. This may sound weird, but my favorite animal is an Elephant, followed by a skunk…they’re just a tiny bit adorable minus the smell.

    Posted by Marcella Cook | August 30, 2010, 4:10 am
  8. I think ive got to go for the tarantula!
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    Posted by jared thompson | August 30, 2010, 8:01 am
  9. I would have to pick the narwhal. he is just so darn cute. :)

    Posted by lola malone | August 30, 2010, 1:39 pm
  10. Bengal tiger

    Posted by Vic Weiford | August 30, 2010, 1:59 pm
  11. I have a hard time not loving penguins

    Posted by Lorenzo | August 30, 2010, 2:07 pm
  12. Easy… I love dogs

    Posted by kristy | August 30, 2010, 2:39 pm
  13. Favorite animal has to be the whitetail deer. Mmm tasty!

    Posted by Sturta | August 30, 2010, 3:14 pm
  14. simple..but a Dog! 😉

    Posted by Karla Sceviour | August 30, 2010, 4:51 pm
  15. 4-legged Tee Giveaway! PLUS The A to Z of Animal Tees…

    I found your entry interesting do I’ve added a Trackback to it on my weblog :)…

    Posted by Body Workout 101 | August 30, 2010, 5:07 pm
  16. dun dun… dun dun… SHARRK.
    my favorite animal is definitely a shark.

    Posted by clarise | August 30, 2010, 5:22 pm
  17. dolphin!

    Posted by Christine Coyle | August 30, 2010, 5:31 pm
  18. My favorite four-legged
    animal is a horse.
    Other wise it would be a sparrow tailed kite.

    Posted by Trin Rimes | August 30, 2010, 6:02 pm
  19. BUNNIES!!!!!!! :)

    Posted by Molly Faraday | August 31, 2010, 2:28 am
  20. I love giraffes! Beautiful! Thank you to all the designers for making this contest possible :-)

    Posted by Melissa | August 31, 2010, 2:45 am
  21. Sloths, definitely.

    Posted by Rachel | August 31, 2010, 4:04 am
  22. I have to go for a KOALA.. They r fuzzy =)

    Posted by BBThemesUnltd | August 31, 2010, 5:50 am
  23. Has to be the King of the Jungle for me. The Lion :)

    Posted by Rachael | August 31, 2010, 8:18 am
  24. Bears!

    Posted by Charles | August 31, 2010, 9:39 am
  25. I like tigers, white tigers to be exact!

    Posted by BBpatriotStorm | August 31, 2010, 12:52 pm
  26. Liger, all the way baby!!!
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    Posted by Ty | August 31, 2010, 7:34 pm
  27. ManaTEES!!
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    Posted by Diane | August 31, 2010, 10:46 pm
  28. I absolutely love tigers, on fb too

    Posted by nicky hawley | September 1, 2010, 12:14 am
  29. my fav animal is a bunny rabbit aawww

    Posted by trista hevey | September 1, 2010, 7:29 pm
  30. can’t go wrong with the crows. where are the snails?!

    Posted by pintworks | September 1, 2010, 8:19 pm
  31. Love the cats
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    Posted by Susan Terral | September 1, 2010, 8:42 pm
  32. UNICORN! for sure :)

    Posted by Czarina V | September 2, 2010, 2:50 am
  33. Dog for sure. I have participated @ http://www.e-junkie.info/2010/08/giveaway-by-i-am-brand.html
    i hope i win somewhere

    Posted by Leenagmail.com | September 2, 2010, 4:49 am
  34. Dog….al the way!
    Another tee giveaway at: http://www.e-junkie.info/2010/08/giveaway-by-i-am-brand.html
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    Posted by Gunjan | September 2, 2010, 5:36 am
  35. Dogs rock because of their intelligence and especially their loyalty

    Posted by Sean Mclaughlin | September 2, 2010, 1:23 pm
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  38. Penguins all the way

    Posted by Christine | September 3, 2010, 5:25 pm
  39. I Luv Horses..I grew up with Riding Horses and going out into an open Field and just riding one for awhile is just Peaceful..:) And, i also have to say DOGs, they are precious.:)

    Posted by Steven B. | September 3, 2010, 5:38 pm
  40. I love lynxes :)
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    Posted by Debra P | September 3, 2010, 8:41 pm
  41. I love the Buck off T shirt because I am a Capricorn. Too funny, the Goat! But I have a lab and the Get to the Point would be my favorite because my dog is my best friend.

    Posted by Linda Davison | September 3, 2010, 10:00 pm
  42. Probably got to be man’s best pal the dog although sea horses are soooooo… cool and mystical

    Posted by philip smith | September 4, 2010, 3:08 am
  43. What a great collection of very cool T-shirts!
    .-= JM´s last blog ..Hyena =-.

    Posted by JM | September 4, 2010, 5:04 am
  44. I love the yellow-eyed owl one! Perfect for fall.
    Bad Kitty caught my eye, too, since we are trying to teach our kitten to stay off the kitchen counter. I find myself saying that a lot these days.
    .-= Adrienne´s last blog ..Dragonfly Field Guides =-.

    Posted by Adrienne | September 4, 2010, 5:17 am
  45. […] It’s time for the TTG TOTD, and we’re featuring yet another animal, thanks to the mammoth compilation that GritFX T-Shirts has put together on their online magazine. Check it out if you haven’t yet. If you love […]

    Posted by TTG Tee Of The Day – I Spit On You by Signs Of Life « Tee Gazette | September 4, 2010, 6:05 am
  46. My favorite is a GOAT!! I just love them. Not sure if I really care for the shirts shown here, except for maybe the capricorn one. Thing is, I’m not a capricorn. There are other tees that I think are awesome!

    Posted by Michelle Bright | September 4, 2010, 7:20 am
  47. Capybara (worlds biggest rodent)

    Posted by Cory | September 4, 2010, 6:27 pm
  48. Posted by Abi Mochtan | September 4, 2010, 6:46 pm
  49. I love my dogs that are Dachshunds so I guess I really love the letter D too! :-)



    Posted by Shannon | September 4, 2010, 7:50 pm
  50. Love the horse by Jolly.
    .-= eden´s last blog ..Sky Watch Friday =-.

    Posted by eden | September 5, 2010, 2:43 am
  51. Narwhal hands down!!!
    .-= Joby´s last blog ..Ladies sorry Gents I bring you… =-.

    Posted by Joby | September 5, 2010, 5:25 am
  52. My cat. She lives in the shed & does her own thing. But, she knows when I’m upset & comes to sit with me if I cry. She rocks xx

    Posted by Joanne Rodgers | September 5, 2010, 5:33 am
  53. […] the popular Australian marsupial, the kangaroo! Why, you ask? Well, because I’ve tapped into The A to Z of Animal Tees blog post found over at GritFX Magazine! Head on over and check it […]

    Posted by TTG Tee Of The Day – Kangaroo vs. Car by Colin Tobin | Australia featured blogs | September 5, 2010, 6:36 am
  54. Since I’m Canadian I’ll pick a Moose (sorry Monkeys)
    .-= Lisa aka @those2girls´s last blog ..Day Trips Major Fun with Minor Expense =-.

    Posted by Lisa aka @those2girls | September 5, 2010, 7:14 am
  55. Keep the comments going! There’s still time to be entered into this insanely wild contest!
    .-= Kelly (saucewear)´s last blog ..we do not need a rusty old maverick – 1000 =-.

    Posted by Kelly (saucewear) | September 5, 2010, 7:17 am
  56. You have some pretty hilarious t-shirts here! I tweeted this contest(@hairgirl1966) and subscribed to email. and of course “like” on facebook :)

    Posted by Becky Mapes Jahnke | September 5, 2010, 10:18 am
  57. I love Polar Bears

    Posted by Emma Cella | September 5, 2010, 10:44 am
  58. The Madagascan Aye-aye – They’re amazing! Googleimages ’em up, pronto. Also, check out the etymology of their name on wikipedia.

    Posted by Steph Meyer | September 5, 2010, 10:49 am
  59. They are all great.I would have to say my fav is in the Feline section.
    “Obey The Kitty”

    Posted by Dana R | September 5, 2010, 11:19 am
  60. Leopard

    Posted by Dave S | September 5, 2010, 12:00 pm
  61. om gosh these shirts are AWESOME!!!

    Posted by faye ross | September 5, 2010, 12:29 pm
  62. my favourite animal is a snake :)

    Posted by Karen Scammell | September 5, 2010, 1:38 pm
  63. Black Labs, absolutely!

    Posted by Marie Leclerc | September 5, 2010, 2:19 pm
  64. Since my trip (earlier this summer) to the Columbus Zoo, my favourite is Pallas’ Cat.

    Posted by Brian Gryphon | September 5, 2010, 2:25 pm
  65. Koala Bear. They are so damn cute

    Posted by Jules L | September 5, 2010, 3:05 pm
  66. I’m a big crypto fan so ‘Sasquatch is my friend’ gets my vote :n)
    .-= matt_kay´s last blog ..matt-kay- @GritFX Wow on the Marines thing! Ill check out the contest Thanx Manz -n =-.

    Posted by matt_kay | September 5, 2010, 3:10 pm
  67. i love the wolf teeshirts there awesome!!

    Posted by paula | September 6, 2010, 9:59 am
  68. You know what, I’m gonna have to say Mongoose.

    Posted by @trudesign | September 6, 2010, 5:51 pm
  69. Chupacabra FTW! 😀

    I hope I win, my wardrobe is seriously lacking in the awesome T-shirt category, and these 4 are awesome!! Thanks for the contest, and the A-Z was great!!

    Posted by Michelle | September 6, 2010, 6:32 pm
  70. Hey I liked the last tees among these three in most of them…like Monkey, Elephant, Jackal and Zebra ones were the best :)
    .-= Graphic Design ´s last blog ..Crowdsourcing for Graphic Designers – Come and Conquer! =-.

    Posted by Graphic Design | September 6, 2010, 10:54 pm
  71. It definitely has to be the red panda!
    .-= Marty´s last blog ..Fuck yeah- Ratatat! Awesome in… =-.

    Posted by Marty | September 6, 2010, 11:11 pm
  72. Tiger is my favorite!!!

    Posted by Ricardo | September 6, 2010, 11:24 pm
  73. The common old chicken as they r great fun as pets & the eggs r yummy too:)

    Posted by @kikicomp (wendy) | September 7, 2010, 3:03 pm
  74. Hi Manz

    I think you know my answer – it is of course dogs – great competition!
    .-= Walkydog´s last blog ..Comment by =-.

    Posted by Walkydog | September 8, 2010, 1:09 pm
  75. I have to say Zebra as they’re horses, but stripey! >.<

    Posted by Phil Stringfellow | September 8, 2010, 2:51 pm
  76. I love all animals but if I had to choose just one I would choose a cow. Those eyes get me every time! Thanks for the giveaway I am such a big LadyUmbrella fan!

    Posted by hannah evans | September 8, 2010, 3:40 pm
  77. Meerkats rule!!

    Posted by Louise strachan | September 8, 2010, 6:10 pm
  78. My fav are chinchillas..have you ever seen one eat a raisin??? ADORABLE!!!!

    Posted by Beth | September 8, 2010, 8:30 pm
  79. Owls are my favourite! They do look rather distinguished and wise!

    @swtthing3 on Twitter

    Posted by Mary C. | September 8, 2010, 8:53 pm
  80. I love the tiger! The Indo-china tigers once roam the wilds of Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos but the growing human population have threatened their kind. It’s a rare specie on my side of Asia nowadays but efforts are being made to save the Indo-chinese tigers from the brink of extinction.
    .-= My Dogspot´s last blog ..Pet Pride and Camera Critters 010- Doh!!!!! =-.

    Posted by My Dogspot | September 10, 2010, 6:01 am
  81. My favorite animals are owls, felines, cryptids, & ducks

    Posted by Sharaya Miracle | September 10, 2010, 8:11 pm
  82. I love my cats, one is thin one is fat, but how I do love my cats. Both are black and are sleeping as I’m speaking :)
    .-= Mali´s last blog ..200 links from my Facebook =-.

    Posted by Mali | September 12, 2010, 3:55 am
  83. Monkeys by a nose for favorite.

    Great post!

    Posted by david D | September 12, 2010, 10:50 am
  84. My favorite is the meerkat,got to hold a baby one once it was so cute !

    Posted by AMANDA LETCH | September 12, 2010, 11:22 am
  85. My favorite animal is giraffes for SURE! They are beautiful long necked creatures that are so graceful. They can also stick their tongues up their noses which is sorta gross but also kind of awesome. 😉 CHOWDAH!

    Posted by Amber Arnao | September 12, 2010, 4:08 pm
  86. I like the quetzocoatl as it speaks to a piece of my heritage and it is beautiful and unique!

    Posted by Lunachique | September 12, 2010, 4:27 pm
  87. My fave is the dog! (Boston Terrier), then next in line would be the Owl

    Posted by Melissa Lawrence | September 12, 2010, 5:59 pm
  88. Ty for the chance to win such a super “awesome ” giveaway from such awesome tee companies!! I actually LOVE all animals:)my fav are tigers..but actually love all..I help out with animal rescue in Ct and Ma and my daughter is following in my footsteps and goes to zoo camp and volunteers for animal rescue…..Mary @alongcamemary1

    Posted by Mary Rodowicz | September 12, 2010, 6:25 pm
  89. I would pick a bird because I would love to soar above the clouds. (less car traffic that way) :)

    Posted by Eva D | September 12, 2010, 6:30 pm
  90. It is mostly a toss up so I don’t play favorites (and in case mine are reading this) but I am a bit fan of dogs and cats, each for opposite reasons! Dogs > cats though…

    Posted by Grant | September 12, 2010, 6:37 pm
  91. totally the WOLF !

    Posted by Claudia M | September 12, 2010, 7:07 pm
  92. i’ve always wanted a capuchin monkey to make my morning latte. just puttin’ it out there.

    Posted by Kelly D Brown | September 12, 2010, 8:18 pm
  93. My pick would be the Green Sea Turtle

    Posted by Ryan B | September 13, 2010, 10:32 am
  94. Polar bear! I can us the fur to keep warm while waiting for a T shirt!

    Posted by estella miller | September 13, 2010, 1:45 pm
  95. Kangaroos!

    Posted by RFRube | September 13, 2010, 2:07 pm
  96. My favorite animal is the mourning dove.

    Posted by hj | September 13, 2010, 2:21 pm
  97. I would definitely have to go with the wolves! 😀 versus lions! ;p

    Posted by jacob carl martin | September 13, 2010, 3:57 pm
  98. My favorite animal is a Liger!
    .-= Cody Strawn´s last blog ..I need your help2011 will be the year of life for me- and =-.

    Posted by Cody Strawn | September 13, 2010, 6:18 pm
  99. Youm guys are Super Awesome 😀

    Posted by ShawkyJozeff | September 13, 2010, 6:26 pm
  100. My favorite animal is a bear, nothing specific just any bear. I’ve always wanted to raise a cub from birth.

    Posted by David Griffin | September 13, 2010, 7:16 pm
  101. Posted by atarikari | September 13, 2010, 7:19 pm
  102. The narwhal is pretty amazing, especially since some people don’t think it’s real. It’s just has a magnificent horn and it’s a whale, that should be good enough reason right there.
    .-= David Griffin´s last blog ..gabiebabie-murknation- Why Fable III Might Be The Game The =-.

    Posted by David Griffin | September 13, 2010, 7:20 pm
  103. Got to be the Tiger. Rawrrrr :p

    Posted by Lisa | September 13, 2010, 7:37 pm
  104. My favorite animal is the PENGUIN :)
    .-= Megan (Running Foodie)´s last blog ..Weekend Update =-.

    Posted by Megan (Running Foodie) | September 13, 2010, 8:04 pm
  105. i love wolves

    Posted by Jolene Brinklow | September 14, 2010, 12:25 am
  106. My favorite animal is the monkey!

    Posted by Cindy Moore | September 14, 2010, 1:30 am
  107. pandas! 😀
    .-= Andrew Dominguez´s last blog ..Today I want to be a pirate and sit on a cornflakes =-.

    Posted by Andrew Dominguez | September 14, 2010, 10:23 am
  108. Panda!

    Posted by Monika | September 14, 2010, 12:41 pm
  109. Sun Conures! They’re just cool.

    Posted by Bob Nix | September 14, 2010, 3:32 pm
  110. tigers all the way!

    Posted by Lisa | September 14, 2010, 4:00 pm
  111. Giraffes stand out above the rest
    things we take for granted become a quest
    drinking..holding their neck up straight
    amazing with just 7 vertebrate !!

    Posted by Lucie C. | September 14, 2010, 4:02 pm
  112. my favourite animal is the platypus. :)

    Posted by Vita | September 14, 2010, 4:16 pm
  113. PANDA!!! 😀

    Posted by Jana | September 14, 2010, 4:17 pm
  114. My favorite animal would have to be an elephant… digging their intelligence.
    .-= Kim´s last blog ..Threadless Releases 9-13 =-.

    Posted by Kim | September 14, 2010, 5:19 pm
  115. My favorite animal is the Beef Cow. Please add me to the line 4 the T give away. Thx.

    Posted by QBall45 | September 14, 2010, 5:21 pm
  116. Placing an entry on behalf of Azareel Resendiz – aka @Dr_Disco on twitter…

    Favourite animal = A love-a-dub dove. :)

    Posted by Manz | September 14, 2010, 8:43 pm
  117. My fave animal has to be a cat, and when they are malting they leave you with a fresh fur tee!!


    Posted by Natalie wilson | September 14, 2010, 10:48 pm
  118. fav animal….. really tough choice…. but will go with the animal of my birthsign, the mighty lion…..


    Posted by tom wilson | September 14, 2010, 11:21 pm
  119. I love all kinds of bears. polar, grizzly brown and black

    Posted by nicola hawley | September 15, 2010, 12:01 am
  120. THE ZOO IS NOW CLOSED… stay tunned for news about our winners!

    Thank you all for the comments – loved all of them!

    Posted by Manz | September 15, 2010, 12:11 am
  121. […] had 229 entries through the A-Z of Animal Tees post and the GritFX Facebook page. Click through and check out the array of animals listed as […]

    Posted by 4-Legged Tee Giveaway Winners | GritFX T-Shirts Magazine | September 18, 2010, 12:40 am
  122. Some of the tees are really nice! :)
    .-= Cashmere´s last blog ..September Double Celebration =-.

    Posted by Cashmere | October 8, 2010, 1:54 pm
  123. […] much that many different categories of t-shirt designs have evolved. I came across some wonderful animal designs on t-shirts and decided to compose a collection of my own as well. I’d like to share these 25 […]

    Posted by 25 Stunning Animal T-Shirt Designs – An Inspiring Collection! | The best Tutorials | October 14, 2010, 9:33 am
  124. Oooh, you’re such an inspiration. I love this blog post!

    Posted by Magdalen Jacks | December 17, 2010, 2:58 am
  125. Great compilation of designs and stuff.I love the t-shirts designs especially the wolves design.

    Posted by dog training tips | March 12, 2011, 6:59 am
  126. Australian Kangaroo t-shirt is awesome, the pure reality of an Australian.
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    Posted by Dee | March 15, 2011, 8:17 pm
  127. Loving the t-shirt designs, I like the zebra and tiger t shirts!
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    Posted by Nisha | April 27, 2011, 1:47 am
  128. Animal design on clothes really a fantastic idea. Design and logos are looking very beautiful.
    I like tiger shirts.

    Posted by LABRADOODLE PUPPIES FOR SALE | June 1, 2011, 10:12 pm
  129. Interesting posts here.. thanks for sharing so much in your blog.. Greets, web designer

    Posted by Adrian | July 7, 2011, 1:31 pm

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