These garments are lovingly silkscreened by the folks at Commonwealth Press, an artist-run shop located in our hometown of Pittsburgh. They’re darned good at what they do, have mastered all the application techniques we require, and they treat their customers and employees right.
Calamityware is a tiny, five-person, one-dog company headquartered in Pittsburgh. We love bringing the darkly whimsical view of our founder and chief monster-maker, Don Moyer, to life. Our products are high quality, meticulously manufactured items that make wonderful gifts for you and other weird-adjacent people in your life. Our goal is to make you smile.
So glad I bought this shirt. It’s 2020, the world is insane, and I’m wearing a holiday shirt before Thanksgiving. I need joy in my life, and for the love of Clark, the dinos and Christmas tree give it to me. I wish there kitchen towels in this pattern.
The arms are a little long, but maybe that's appropriate for a shirt that features creatures whose arms are a little short. Maybe that evens things out. Soft, stretchy, and fun.
This shirt is so comfortable, and the fit is perfect for me. Woman, 5’4”, 140 lbs with slightly chubby upper arms. I usually wear S or M in shirts, but sometimes size S is too tight in the upper arms. This shirt fits me exactly right. This is thinner than a standard long-sleeve t-shirt, which I think makes it even more comfortable. The artwork looks great.
Love this holiday shirt! I’m sure I’ll wear it year round!
I wish I had bought more of these at the time.
Now it’s sold out ☹️
I love how soft the material for this shirt is; the sizing is accurate, as well. The first time I wore it, I got compliments from a couple of my high school students - you know how shocking it is for a teenager to compliment a teacher...yeah, it is THAT cool!
I love the quality of this shirt. It's just right for wearing under my Christmas vest. HO,HO, HO!
Husband, that normally prefers to ignore the xmas holiday, just loves it!
my father's birthday in 12/21.He made 2 mistakes 1. bragging that no one had gotten him any X-mas related item for his b-day in yrs. 2. spinning a yarn about Valasa(?) raptors eating all of Aunt Dot's divinity & he & his cousins getting the blame & having to shovel the sidewalks(cause we all know the great ice age was mainly located in Muncie, IN) Thank you for providing quality vengeance. He was given it early & is planning to wear it on Thanxgiving,
I got this as a gift for a picky person, for whom I get silly Xmas shirts because then it does not really matter if he likes them or not; they are silly Xmas shirts. This year, it was the Santa Rex from Calamityware, because, um, it is hilarious and yet beautifully done. I wasn't sure it would even go into his "once-a-year" holiday rotation. But he likes it! He really, really likes it! It is the end of January and he wore it this weekend because *it is so soft!!!!* "It is so soft I have to wear it!" he said! So good on you not only for the delightful design but for choosing the proper substrate on which to display it! And thank you for making my Xmas a bit happier.