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Brian Tong is a long time favorite of Design By Humans and we're always watching him on The Apple Byte in his fresh new tees. We've asked him to share with us his favorites tees each month. Click "Thumbs up" below if you agree with his Design By Humans picks.
Still the Biggest Hero on the block.
It might be winter, but I'm still thinking about beaches. South Beaches.
I've go lots of love for the Lebron South Beach colorway shirts.
My new favorite here. Why aren't you all over this?
Love the color scheme and the abstract use of the Panda face. A perfect shirt for purple fans.
Shine bright like a diamond...
This is the ultimate Guardian of the Galaxy, spinning Saturn on his finger tip. A perfect match with the Galaxy Foamposites.
Mr. Nicolo's edge is all over this Baboon's face.
A Panda with an attitude. Yes.
Hawaii is like a second home to me, and I've gotta have this turtle tee to go with my Jordan Green Glows.
Love this design and the inclusion of art inside of the whales.
I'm going with an ocean theme, and these graphic waves flow perfectly with the Lebron IX South Beach kicks.
This looks exactly what I look like under my shirt, so I had to go with the Big Green Machine.
A little bit of nature with everyone's favorite forest spirit!
I grew up worshipping the Fab Four Heroes in a Halfshell. Must Have.
This takes me back to Hawaii and ending the day with the last wave.
Getting amped up for this year's summer blockbuster with this iconic Kaiju tee!
The fiercest bowl of ramen you'll ever have. Nom Nom Nom.
Love the colors and the two different styles of sketch work and paint brush strokes.
This visually abstract and really unique design brings something different to DBH.
A shirt that supports relief efforts in Haiyan long after the typhoon hit.
Arguably, one of the greatest TV series of all time. This shirt is worth Breaking Bad for.
Love the paint brush feel to this picture with Koi fish that represent perseverance.
A little fun with the Chinese Yin and Yang. I dig modern twists on traditional symbols.
Digging the color on this shirt and it's the perfect match for my pair of Jordan IV "Green Glow".
Comic book fans will love this one. How many heroes can you spot on this shirt? Use it to pick up on girls. Maybe.
A fierce looking tee with Hydro74's unique artistic style. No monkeying around here. This shirt is all business.
A real message with style. A tribute to the panda and all animals that are battling extinction. This is a can't miss.
Let's go to space. Love the colors, against the muted background. Plus, these are a perfect match for the Kobe 8 Easter's.
The Yin Yang represents the way of life and how opposite forces are interconnected. The koi fish represents perseverance in adversity. This killer design brings them together.
I really dig the natural color tones on this shirt with the combination of death and beauty of nature that makes for a great contrast.
Who cares if El Dia de los Muertos has passed? The bright neon colors makes this shirt come alive.
Do I really have to explain why this is amazeballs? The paint brush style of one of the all-time great Street Fighters is all you need.
I'm loving the hand drawn feel of this piece and the contrast of a beautiful girl in a toxic environment. It makes a statement about our current world, with and edge.
One of my favorite shirts on DBH all-time combining vivid colors, a fierce feline and the perfect match for my Lebron 8 Pre-Heat kicks. Look 'em up.
It's summertime and how are you NOT going to rock this at the beach. Get the ladies attention and get sticky...with your tentacles.
I love this take on the classic tiger pose that you've seen in many Asian art pieces. Now I can wear it.
It's a bold and colorful take on the king of the jungle and this shirt will go with almost any pair of Lebron's. Gimme.
Bright popping colors on a Samurai figure that's typically set against darker colors and tones. This guy stands out
Love the subtle colors and pencil art style with one of the most detailed shirts you can find on Design By Humans.
If you can't tell already, I'm a big kdeuce fan. This exploded skull with its neon colors won me over right when I saw it.
Another sick kdeuce design with his signature brush strokes that will match any classic pair of Jordans that you want to rock it with.
I'm a fan of DBH's Collective shirts, because you can pick your own color with the design. Love this brush painted geisha against a red or purple shirt.
I have the original, and this new color scheme is darker and bolder with the silver shark. And that gold tooth!
This Collective shirt from dzeri29 shows off a panda like you've never seen before. The neon paint drips against a black shirt make this one pop. Plus, I like pandas.
A bad ass Manga Style girl with guns. 'Nuff said.
I always wanted the original ZebraArt shirt, but they sold out back in the day. The neon take on this design just pops.
It's the Year of the Snake for Chinese New Year, and Mr. Nicolo brings another killer and impactful design that matches a bunch of my Kobe Bryant kicks.
Love the deep color on this shirt and the it reminds me of a scene from a popcorn flick with a dark helpless mood.
I'm a sucker for a cityscape and lots of bold and bright colors. This one delivers.
kduece has been on of my favorites on DBH since day one with his Asian influenced tees. Plus, the red and black color combo works with any pair of Jordans.
Brian brings his high energy and edgy style to the latest and greatest in the tech world. The self-proclaimed "Tech-Knowledge-G" is covered with tech 24-7, with substance to back up his style. Brian regularly appears on CBS, CNN, Headline News and local TV stations and radio networks while hosting several of CNET's most popular franchises.
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