Reading Hunter S. Thompson’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas as a teenager was a bit of an eye-opener. This shirt features the artwork from the book, which I always thought was quite cool.
You can find the design on sale for $14.00 at I Love Waterloo’s store. They print on American Apparel blanks. I have a different design of their’s and it’s held up very well through plenty of washing.
I dig this new Predator inspired release from Jack Teague at Boy Parker. The style of the illustration is great, and the Game Over text makes me chuckle a bit. Also, it looks like the Predator is bowling with the skull, which I like (though I’m not sure if that’s intended).
Once again, 604 Republic pulls off a masterful combination of two pieces of pop culture. This time it’s “Drive” (OMG Ryan Gosling!) and Back to the Future.
Thanks to TShirt Fight, a new t-shirt has just joined the “cool but a little obscure Star Wars t-shirt” club. In case you can’t see on the image, the shirt reads (in the form of an ewok) “not bad for a little furball,” which is, of course, a quote from the movie.
You can buy the shirt for the low price of merely $14.00 at the TShirt Fight store. Unfortunately, the design is only for sale for another 3 days and 7 hours, so you can’t wait too long.
Threadless just released their collection of 23 Iron Man inspired t-shirts today, with a ton of good designs making the cut. I can’t really choose one–so I’ve given you guys the collage from their newsletter above. I love these big name theme collections they’ve been doing lately–makes for a lot of awesome t-shirts.
You can find all 23 Iron Man t-shirts at Threadless’ store. The “Rocket” design from from Luc Journot is my favorite, but like I said, there are a bunch of great designs. Don’t forget about some Threadless coupons, if available.
We had our first truly warm day today in Philadelphia, which coincided with me discovering this cool Lion King t-shirt on Reddit. I think that’s fate–as I finally got to be outside experiencing the circle of life.
Anyway, you can buy the shirt for ~$22.00 at Skreened. And no–you don’t have to get it printed on a v-neck–you can customize the color and type of shirt (v-neck is just the default). Enjoy!
This is a really cool Star Wars design from DSF Clothing. It features the various phases of the Death Star–from fully functioning to blown up by an X-Wing flying Luke Skywalker, cleverly based on a chart of the phases of the moon. I dig it.
You can buy the shirt for the low price (for such a good design) of $16.00 at the DSF Clothing store.
604 Republic does it again. This is too goofy for words. I probably would have been more likely to watch Star Trek if it had scenes like this.
You can buy this Pulp Fiction/Star Trek mashup of awesomeness for $22.00 at the 604 Republic store. I think my 10% off 604 Republic coupon is still working, so make sure to use that if you buy anything.
This might just be my favorite Big Lebowski t-shirt, which is saying something, because I’ve posted a lot of them. Ale Giorgini, the artist, used a super awesome style in this design. I might have to buy this in both a t-shirt and an art print.
You can buy the design for $22.00 at the Society6 store. You can choose which color blank you’d like the design printed on, but black is definitely my favorite.
Last week I posted Darth Vader as a zombie, and now I’m posting Darth Vader as a fashion star. I like this one better, because Vader looks super goofy, and the quote makes me laugh. Society6 has so many great shirts that sometimes it’s hard to choose a favorite, but this one is definitely on the list.
You can buy Lord of Fashion from Society6 for $18.00. The shirt is printed on an American Apparel blank.