I used to be pretty obsessed with Shaun of the Dead in high school (and on a tangential note, I think you can find me and my friends’ experimental version of Hot Fuzz 2 on YouTube), so I’m honor bound to post any Shaun of the Dead t-shirt I come across. It’s just an added bonus that it comes from 604 Republic, which is a great t-shirt company.
Here’s a pretty witty Jaws reference on a t-shirt from ShirtPunch, a fairly recently reinvigorated daily t-shirt contest. The shirt is, of course, a play on the oft misquoted “you’re gonna need a bigger boat” line from the movie. I think it’s funny–hopefully you do too.
The shirt is on sale for the next 23 hours only at the ShirtPunch store. You can also get it printed on a variety of clothing pieces that are not t-shirts, though I can’t understand why you would ever want to do that.
Anytime you combine Star Wars and Ghostbusters on a t-shirt, the results are probably going to be worth looking at. That is the truth with today’s offering from Teefury, which features two Storm Troopers rangling up a ghost Obi Wan Kenobi Ghostbusters-style. The creativity abounds (just watched the Big Lebowski).
As with all Teefury designs, the shirt is only for sale until midnight tonight, so don’t dawdle. It does only cost $10 though…so that’s cool.
Andy from Hide Your Arms just wrote up a sweet post featuring every single t-shirt from This Is Spinal Tap. Additionally, whenever available, he shows you where you can buy the shirts. Spinal Tap has a wealth of great t-shirts, most notably the green skeleton (pictured above), so it’s definitely worth checking out. Go give it a looksie at HYA!
I post a lot of random Bill Murray t-shirts, mainly because Bill is pretty damn awesome. I’d like to continue that trend with this offering from LTDEX. It’s an interesting style (it kind of looks like a map in some places), so you can guarantee you’ll always have one of the most unique Bill Murray t-shirts in the room.
You can pick it up for $32.00 from the LTDEX store. I know the price is a little steep, but whoever said Bill Murray came cheap (rhyming…)? They print on American Apparel t-shirts.
I posted about Pop Chart Lab’s sweet Bill Solo t-shirt a couple months ago. I loved the design, but unfortunately Pop Chart Lab had stopped making it when they moved to their newest line. Thankfully, they’ve just re-released the shirt with an updated design that is just as, if not more, cool. This design was too cool to be gone forever, so I’m very glad it’s back. Plus, this time we get Bill Murray AND Chewbacca (and a much cooler multi-color design). That, my friends, is a winning combination.
You can purchase the new version for $18.00 from the Pop Chart Lab store. Their blank shirts sound very high-quality, though I have not felt one in person.
Design by Humans just did this sweet Batman The Dark Night Rises t-shirt competition. From this competition, they picked five awesome designs to get printed and sold. I originally was going to post about them as they were released, but I missed it by a little. So, now I’m going to go through and show you one a day. This first one is called “Arise” and is a great blend of Batman, the Bat Signal, and the gritty Gotham City all in one. This was technically the third place design, but I think it might be my favorite. It just has that grittiness associated with Christopher Nolan’s Batman. I dig it.
This t-shirt will cost you $22.00 at the DBH store and is printed on their premium blank t-shirts. I’ve also got a page for Design by Humans coupons that should save you 10% or so on your order. Check back over the next few days for the rest of the Batman shirts.
Sebastian from 604 Republic (a brand I really enjoy) just emailed me about their three new releases. All the designs are pretty sweet–they’ve got Star Wars, Calvin and Hobbes (childhood!) and the Neverending Story. Ok, let’s check ‘em out, in order of how much I like them:
This shirt, named Malvin & Cobbes, is essentially a tie for my most favorite with the Star Wars shirt (I could never rank Calvin and Hobbes low). If this doesn’t bring you back to your childhood and make you want to buy the shirt, I don’t know what will.
This last one is another ode to childhood. I wasn’t as in to the Neverending Story as Calvin and Hobbes, but it’s still a cool design.
The last two shirts will cost you $21.00 each, while the Ride the Falcon t-shirt will cost you $22.00. I’ve got a page with 604 Republic coupons that should still save you 10% or so on your order. I will also be sure to keep you updated with the next batch of sweet shirts from 604 Republic.
I just watched a bit of Old School recently so I had to share this You’re My Boy Blue t-shirt from Crazy Dog Shirts. The design doesn’t really need much explanation–it’s a funny t-shirt from a very funny movie. If you wan’t a refresher on what the shirt is talking about, YouTube is very happy to remind you.
The design only costs $16.99 at the Crazy Dog Shirts store, which is very affordable. They print on American Apparel blanks for your ultimate comfort.
T-Shirt Contest just let me know about their latest design winner, which is this awesome cross of Harry Potter with the ubiquitous Abercrombie and Fitch logo. It’s a very clever design, and it’s a great way to show off your geeky love of Harry Potter in a subtle way–I bet some people will just think it’s an Abercrombie shirt until they get up close. They picked Gryffindor because that house is, of course, the best.
For the next six days you can pre-order this shirt for the magically low price of only $12.00. If you order after that I believe the standard price is $20.00 for non-pre-order shirts. The t-shirt is actually designed by Space Monkey, who does some really cool stuff.