Crooked Head is a brand based in Australia. They have an interesting vision of what Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein would look like with a little makeover. I kinda like it, not withstanding a bit of a resemblance to the Joker.
You can buy the shirt for $30 at the Crooked Head store. I’m not sure if that’s US Dollars or Australian dollars, though. The shirt is printed in a limited run of 50 tees, after which it will not be reprinted.
I felt compelled to post this shirt mostly because of the title: Bambi Hails Satan. But, I also like the design, though I’m not sure I can verbalize why that is so. Still, if you want to show off an occult Bambi, this is the shirt for you.
You can buy it for $20.00 at the DeadLeigh Clothing Store.
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.
The product preview of this shirt isn’t the best at showcasing the design, which is a shame because I love the shirt. Still, with a little imagination, I think you can picture the end product quite well. If you haven’t seen the show, this shirt features Adam, Blake and Anders from Workaholics. Blake’s hair (the long stuff) is especially perfect for this shirt.
You can buy the shirt in this configuration for $23.93 from bomdesignz at Red Bubble. The default configuration is printed on American Apparel, so you could probably save some money if you get the design printed on another type of shirt.
This is an interesting take on the concept of beer goggles from Go Ape Shirts. I must say–I like Beernoculars better. The artist appears to be Dustin Hostetler, aka UPSO.
You can buy Beernoculars for $21.99 at the Go Ape Shirts store.
I love all of Imaginary Foundation’s shirts so much. Unfortunately, they’re just a little too pricey for me to fill my entire closet. That doesn’t mean they’re not fun for me to look at, though. Cloud Rider is an awesome concept, but more importantly, it’s executed really well. Just a great design.
You can buy Cloud Rider for $30.00 at the Imaginary Foundation store (I told you they were kind of pricey).
Hopefully there are some other Community fans reading troundup. This is an official Abed t-shirt from NBC, and I love it. Sometimes the official shirts pale in comparison to the third party shirts, but I think this design is really well done and captures Abed well. One might even say the design is cool. Cool cool cool.
You can buy it for $26.00 at the NBC Community store. It’s a little pricey, but worth it for a good Community design.
I don’t think this shirt requires much explanation, so I shan’t give one. Just think of the terrifying nature of an undead Darth Vader, and you get this shirt. You can buy it for 16.99 Pounds at the Tidy Shirts store.
Hat tip to Andy for posting the shirt originally–and I definitely agree with him about a version with more clean lines (though I like this version as well).
This post is a bit of a tease, because Deter Clothing is currently sold out of this shirt. I wanted to share it anyway, though, so sorry if this leaves you unfulfilled. Maybe if enough people pester them they’ll reprint it. Overlaying images on top of Presidents’ portraits isn’t a new concept, but I like Deter’s execution, so this tee gets two thumbs up.
Were this shirt to get reprinted, you could buy it at the Deter Clothing store for $28.00.
You may remember Foster the People’s catchy song Pumped Up Kicks from last year. Well, it turns out that Threadless recently held a design competition for Foster the People t-shirts. They chose four designs, of which “Torches” is definitely my favorite (though the other designs are also well done). You can buy the shirt for $19.50 at the Threadless store. Check for some Threadless coupons to save some money.
Also check out the zoomed in version of the shirt to catch all the cool little details: