So…this shirt is amazing. If you don’t know, this is based on a (famous?) picture of Nixon and Elvis shaking hands (see the original below), only with Nixon replaced with Darth Vader. Obviously, given how Nixon’s presidency turned out, the substitution is pretty hilarious. I like that it works on two levels–first, it’s funny for people who don’t know the original picture because it’s, well, Elvis and Darth Vader shaking hands. But for those who do know the picture, it’s even more humorous, as well as pretty dang political (if you want it to be).
I think this is one of my favorite Headline Shirts designs (and I like a lot of their shirts, so that actually means something). If you want this sweetness on your chest, you can buy it for $20.00 on American Apparel at their store. I also think the coupon I had for them is still working if you wanna check that out. I hope you enjoyed! Oh, read their product descriptions while you’re at the site–they’re often hilarious, and you’re missing out if you skip them.
So I finally finished the last of my five finals earlier today–it feels good to get that load off my back. I figured I’d celebrate by posting a shirt from one of my favorite brands, Print Liberation.
This one is called Save the World, and is quite witty in my opinion. It’s a goofily personified earth vomiting out green sludge, presumably created by humans. I think the message is valid, and more important for you aesthetic minded people, it’s funny, eye-catching, and just looks good.
If you’d like, you can pick it up for $25 at Print Liberation, printed on American Apparel. The stock is very limited so don’t dilly-dally.
This shirt made me chuckle, but also instilled a bit of fear in me due to the large size of Cheney’s mug on the front of the shirt. It’s good life advice though–just don’t be a dick. People tend to not like you if you shoot them in the face with a shotgun, or are a crooked old politician (or just a dick in general).
As with all Print Liberation shirts, the font is great, and the colors are minimal. You can pick it up for $18.00 at Print Liberation. You’ll get it just in time for the elections. It’s also printed on an American Apparel blank.
I need to try to get down to Print Liberation’s brick and mortar store now that I’m in Philadelphia–I imagine it would be pretty cool.
Print Liberation is at it again (it being making cool shirts). The design isn’t complex at all, it’s just simple elements combined excellently to make a quality shirt.
I also like it because it’s not super in your face, as some “green” shirts can be. It’s a good design first, and a political message second (at least in my interpretation).
You can pick this design up for $22.00 at Print Liberation. Unsurprisingly, it’s printed on organic shirts.
So I was a little late to the game on this one. But…I guess the benefit of the oil still leaking is that this shirt is still relevant even if I’m 30+ (I couldn’t find the exact start date) late.
Print Liberation is never shy to point the finger at various instances of douchebaggery happening around the world, which is one of the reasons I like them. They also make the presentation of such finger pointing look pretty sweet, which is icing on the cake.
You can pick up “Oil Blows” for $18.00 at Print Liberation. It’s printed on an American Apparel blank.
P.S. Guess who’s not patronizing BP (whenever knowingly possible)? Me.
I don’t think I would ever wear this shirt in public, just because cramming my views about God (or lack thereof) down people’s throats is just as obnoxious as others cramming their views about God down my throat. That being said, I do find the Atheist Bus Campaign and the controversy around it very interesting. As far as I know the campaign is solely in the UK, and I’m not going to talk about it much here, but if you’re interested, you can check out their website.
And hell, I think the most important part of this shirt is the last two lines. They far eclipse any feelings I have towards the first two.
I know this is most likely about the economy in general, but I’m instead choosing to take it as reinforcement of my plan to never work and just travel around, or, if need be, live like the people on Friends (have an awesome apartment in New York City but hardly ever work). So everyone wish me luck on that goal. Maybe I’ll just blog about t-shirts for a living.
I had this one teacher in high school who would always say “Nothing beats nothing” in regards to not having to work over summer break. I’m inclined to agree, except not actually nothing, just not feeling a compulsion to do anything you don’t want to.
Random life goal sharing aside, you can buy this at Supermarket for $20 on American Apparel.
When Lincoln wasn’t busy fighting Big Foot, he did things like running for and being President (weird, I know). It may be a little late, but if you want to show your support, you can thanks to Retro Campaigns.
It’ll run you $29.95, with all the profits going to the Lincoln campaign (jokes! A bad one at that).