A more modern, Star Wars oriented, take on army men. This one is only available for 24 hours, so you don’t have much time to make up your mind.
You can pick up Imperial Army Men from the Teefury store. It’s only $11, but like I said you only have a limited time to purchase.
Busted Tees just put a new round of $12 tees up and this addition is very timely for the impending Christmas season. The shirt is based on one of my favorite Will Ferrell movies, Elf. You can’t beat some holiday wholesomeness for just $12.00. Buy it at Busted Tees. You should also check for coupons before you buy and maybe you can save even more.
This moment might be more iconic for 76ers fans like me, but that doesn’t mean everyone can’t enjoy a steller design commemorating Allen Iverson’s step over Tyronn Lue in the NBA championships. Lue seems like he might have gotten the last laugh with his post NBA career, unfortunately.
I’m glad to see that Out of Print Clothing kept up releasing designs during my brief sabbatical. This shirt caught my eye, and while Heinlein might be more my speed that doesn’t mean I don’t enjoy some Asimov. You can’t really go wrong with such a comparison. The shirt comes from the first edition cover. If you haven’t read the Foundation series, you should do that…and then buy the shirt.
I’m choosing to make my return with this selection from Headline Shirts. As is customary, their designs exhibit a smidgeon of…randomness. If you enjoy Darth Vader riding an old style bicycle, or enjoy the conversations that might result from wearing such a shirt, then this design might just be for you. You avoid wearing the hardcore Star Wars shirt, while still signaling the world that you’re down with Jar Jar Binks.
You can currently pick up the design from Headline Shirts for the sale price of $24.00. It’s available in mens and womens sizing.
Even if it is just a remake of Helicopter, Flappy Bird still seemed to win the hearts of millions of smart phone users. The app developer pulled it, citing fears of addiction to the game (a bigger man than I, given the money the app was pulling in). Enterprising Redbubble artist OMGitsSussy then jumped in with this R.I.P Flappy Bird t-shirt.
You can grab the shirt for $24.95 at the Redbubble store. As with all the Redbubble designs, you can customize the color and t-shirt.
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.
The Beard’s defense hasn’t been so hot lately, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy that illustrious beard (especially in No Shave November). This is definitely one of the better James Harden beard themed t-shirts out there–buy it if you’re a Rockets fan or a Thunder fan still holding on to older and better memories.
It’ll cost you $18.00 at the Octane Shop store. They have it in a few colorways, which leads me to believe they may intend it as a generic t-shirt as well. I’m sticking with it being James Harden themed, though.