Apoplectic Press: Strange and Subversive T-Shirts and Anti-Greeting Cards.
Apoplectic Press is one of the internet's weirdest places to shop for t-shirts and greeting cards. Our selection of disobedience-inducing products combines a crisp graphic style and an irreverent sense of humor with political messages from a progressive, environmental, anti-war and atheist perspective. Our t-shirts are inspired by the Daily Show and The Colbert Report and by street artists like Banksy. The greeting card collages are informed by Monty Python and Edward Gorey's bizarre Victorian illustrations and the text is influenced by George Carlin's deliciously hyperbolic rants. Our t-shirts and greeting cards are intended to communicate that, although you hold certain opinions regarding humanity's apparently unanimous mission to self-destruct, you haven't yet lost your sense of humor.
In order to provide additional choices of fabrics, t-shirt styles, prices and image sizes, we have created two separate online shops. Above each design you'll find links to both our Spreadshirt store and our CafePress store. Differences between CafePress and Spreadshirt are explained in the sidebar. Please note that the links in the "t-shirt categories" section of the navigation bar only lead to CafePress pages.
Apoplectic Anti-Greeting Cards are only available through CafePress. We've expanded our selection to include Birthday Cards, Anti Christmas Cards, New Baby Congratulations Cards, Wedding Cards, All-Occasion Greeting Cards, New Year's Day Cards, Graduation Cards, Thank You Cards . Upcoming themes will be Easter, Valentines, Retirement and End of Times/ Rapture Greeting Cards for all you zany Armageddonists.
All designs are available at our CafePress Shop on Premium 100% organic cotton t-shirts from Econscious and American Apparel. Our Spreadshirt Shop has 100% organic cotton t-shirts from Anvil and Alternative Apparel. Spreadshirt also has some really nice Tri-Blend Vintage Tees from American Apparel.
DISCLAIMER: Apoplectic Press does not accept responsibility for any of the following side-effects associated with exposure to our merchandise: social alienation, estrangement, scorn from any of Rupert Murdoch's media holdings, disownment, itchiness, anti-sycophancy, loss of bladder control, angst, drowsiness, befuddlement, or imprisonment for thought crimes. (May also contain traces of adjective-saturated hyperbole.)