'All of those particular points fgure within Red, White and Blue.' from the red, white and blue shirt description. 'fgure'? i happened upon that typo by chance, so perhaps go back through it with a fine tooth comb for these little errors. 'We, hope, however,...' is another from the greenspace page.
dunno, not that big of a fan when it comes to knowing why you came up with a particular design and explaining the design itself. for example:
'Trying to carry on the theme of exploring graphic variants of natural structures and also exploring current social themes, with 3D elements so strong within design and also our media I felt now would be the perfect time to try and incorporate a graphic method that would alow [sic] for you to feel as though the design is dragging you in but then also jumping right at you.' ~ too wordy for my tastes, bordering on pretentious. i rather feel berated with social consciousness, ya know? maybe that's just me....
along those same lines, and containing many more spelling and a few syntax errors:
'Due to the ever increasing population of our world our demand for all naturall resources has increased exponentially. This need has led to world wide shortages in many areas especially fuel, with ever increasing prices as well as demange to our environment.
'Our consumption of oil has usually been one of those concerns that rank highly amongst any environmentalist or even those who are simply concerned with surging prices or current shortages. To try and grasp such an idea in a design solution that at least had the quality we wanted known for became far more challenging than coming up with the idea, thankfully though we feel we have the right blend of both design and idea.' ~ i guess i just don't like feeling as if i'm being preached to (made worse by errors). clearly the attempt of the business is to be socially aware and express those ideals, but i think those who are inclined to buy the shirts already get it, therefore don't need a lecture, and those of us who are just looking for a cool shirt don't necessarily need a lesson in current events (trust me, some of us are quite capable of forming our own opinions). all that is to say that you can encapsulate your philosophy far more easily in an 'about us' (at the top, not at the bottom) and leave out the rest.
i would add a 'home' button at the top that's easy to click on instead of the logo.
as far as the designs go, they're good. i think your demographic will like it. reminds me somewhat of ugmonk, but maybe that's just the overall vibe i'm feeling. the photography is good. standard kind of background, but at least it's real.
in all, a pretty good site in terms of looks, imo. you need a lot of work on the text, especially if you feel the need to pontificate and explain each shirt for a couple of paragraphs. i give it a thumbs up, caveats applicable.