I feel a bit like this t-shirt could have been executed a tad better with a bit of a cartoonish feel. With that being said, it’s still a great design that I will happily wear. I have the utmost respect for Mr. Swanson (of the Parks and Recreation TV show world for those who aren’t familiar), so I can fully stand behind this design.
Though not always applicable, T-Shirt Laundry’s renaming of Game of Thrones does often seem quite accurate for large portions of the books/show. It leaves out all the political scheming, but it does capture just why Game of Thrones airs on HBO rather than NBC.
You can buy Boobs and Swords for $18.00 at the T-Shirt Laundry store.
Given that Bill Hader is leaving Saturday Night Live, Stefon has given us his last nightlife suggestions (barring a guest appearance in the future). I love this shirt simply because Stefon looks so ridiculous. There’s nothing especially interesting about the design, and it probably could have been done better with a little more effort. I’ll forgive it for that, though.
With the release date for the new Arrested Development episodes rapidly approaching, I felt compelled to post this new release from Busted Tees. It features the controversial Alliance of Magicians, who will eventually see the light and let Gob back in. Until then, Gob will have to practice his magic without the Alliance on his side.
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.
Redbubble has such a huge collection of awesome designs. I can find post material for days just from browsing for a couple minutes. Today’s find? This awesome Arrested Development themed Gob shirt. GOB Nouveau is a design from castlepop which captures Gob’s personality pretty well.
You can buy the shirt for ~$26.00 at castlepop’s store on Redbubble. As with all Redbubble designs, you can customize the design to suit your preferences.
I’m not usually a fan of the whole “Keep Calm and…” thing, but this design has won me over. It, of course, references the treat ‘yo self episode from Parks and Recreation. I love that they added Aziz’s face in the background–it makes it so much better than just the plain text.
You can buy the shirt for ~$24.00 at Redbubble. You can also customize the design if you so desire. The only thing I don’t like about Redbubble is the product previews–but I think you get a good idea of what the shirt will look like.
Busted Tees’ weekly t-shirt releases just came out, and this great Games of Thrones shirts now exists. I”m always a sucker for Game of Thrones themed apparel, so I thought I would share with you guys. Westeros Postal Service focuses on service:
Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds. Which is good, because those winters are long.
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.
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.