I just got an email from Rob at GraphicLab about their cool new Star Wars themed t-shirt (Chewbacca to be exact). This design, titled Chew Toy, is a very quirky take on the Mos Eisley Cantina scene from Star Wars: A New Hope (I think I got that right). I believe the little toy Chewbacca is dragging around is Greedo, although it has been some time. Even if my details are possibly a bit fuzzy, I still think this is a fun and fan-specific Star Wars shirt. It’s also a bit goofy, which I always like.
If you dig Chewbacca’s Chew Toy and want to pick it up for yourself, it’ll cost you only $10.00 at GraphicLab. The shirt is only on sale until Sunday, and then it’s gone for good. This makes it quite a limited edition, and also makes it essential not to delay if you want to pick the shirt up and wrap it around your torso.
So…I really dig this Yoda t-shirt from the Portugese (I think) brand, Camiseta. I think Camiseta translates into “shirt”, so these guys are pretty literal in naming their company. Anyway, this is one of my favorite Star Wars t-shirts ever, which is saying something given how many awesome and witty Star Wars t-shirts there are out there. This one is just great–I feel like blending Yoda and Kung-Fu was a pre-determined stop on the natural progression of the Internet. If you can’t see because of the images size–Yoda is catching a fly-like X-Wing with a pair of chopsticks. Comedy ensues.
I love how much detail they went into with depicting Yoda–you see every little wrinkle, and it looks super realistic. I also like how he looks very much like the Karate Kid trainer guy (dunno his name). The headband definitely helps achieve this. This is one of the designs where I think the concept itself is great, but the implementation is even better. Kudos for making a truly unique and awesome Star Wars t-shirt, guys!
The only slight negative to this t-shirt is the price. It will cost you a fairly hefty $55.00 to pick it up. While this may be quite an investment, I think it’s worth it if you’ve got the money, as the design friggin’ rules. They even let you split it into two payments of $27.50, if that makes it easier for you (I’ve never seen an installment payment plan on t-shirts before!). Check this awesome design out at the Camiseta store–the small pictures on this post don’t do it justice.
Let me know in the comments if you like this t-shirt as much as I do! I really do think it’s the bees’ knees–certainly one of my favorite shirts in a long time. Maybe I’m just weird though…
I’ve talked about my love for The Big Lebowski before, and, well…that hasn’t changed. I especially dig this one because of the 8-bit graphics. It’s just awesome–I love the action shot of him bowling (which looks like it came straight from an old video game), and the closeup is pretty cool itself. It’s just a quality design, especially for the Big Lebowski aficionado.
If you’re interested, you can pick this one up for $22 at MySoti. It’s designed by the artist Jude Buffum, who makes many more of these cool 8-bit designs. He’s done designs for other Big Lebowski characters (not the proper nomenclature!), as well as Office Space and a few others. I recommend you check them out too.
What can I say about Monty Python and the Holy Grail other than that it is undoubtedly one of the kings of the comedy world. I feel like 99% of people (or maybe just youth) can quote at least one line from this movie. Whether it be a knight fighting through numerous flesh wounds, or a peasant talking politics, this movie has it all. It’s a classic, and it’s awesome, and I’m going to post a bunch of shirts dealing with it. I hope you enjoy. Here’s today’s installment of Movie Mondays–Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
3) Killer Rabbit from 80s Tees. The picture on the left is the front of the shirt and it reads “It’s just an ordinary rabbit, isn’t it?”. They couldn’t have been further from the truth, as the back of the shirt indicates.
There’s something about this movie…something that made me watch it twice in one weekend. I think a lot of it has to do with Zach Galifianakis; yet there’s some charm that goes further than that. For whatever reason, I love this movie, and laugh prolifically when viewing it. I’m a little late to the game, but I’ve decided to share my favorite t-shirts dealing with The Hangover. Enjoy…and revel at how many of them deal with Zach Galifianakis having a baby strapped to his chest…or a satchel. Also, this is the first post in a weekly series I’m starting called Movie Mondays. So, without further introduction, here are the top The Hangover t-shirts. Enjoy!
Another one from Snorg Tees, and another one involving Mr. Galifianakis. It’s a satchel…Indiana Jones wears one.
As I was writing up a few posts on pop culture shirts, more specifically shirts from movies, I thought, hey, why not make this a regular thing (and use tons of commas)? Thus, the idea for movie Mondays was born. Every Monday, I will post up a big list of shirts from one of my favorite movies (or probably sometimes TV shows). Expect the first edition by the end of the day. I’ll give you a hint, the title deals with something that happens the morning after you drink way too much alcohol.