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.
T-Shirt Laundry just released one of my favorite Game of Thrones t-shirts. Tyrion “The Imp” Lannister hasn’t gotten a whole ton of love, and this shirt fixes that. I think Tyrion is pretty badass, so any shirt that characterizes him as such is fine by me. I also like the image of Tyrion in pimp attire, t’is funny stuff.
You can pick up the Impin’ Ain’t Easy shirt for $14.00 over at the T-Shirt Laundry store.
I posted the sweet Dire Brew t-shirt from 604 Republic a bit ago. This t-shirt is very similar to that one–it puts a slick Game of Thrones reference into a beer themed t-shirt. Whereas the 604 Republic shirt came from Stark Brewing, this one is Baratheon Brewing, so it’s quite different. I think I like the actual design of the 604 Republic one a bit more, but this one is still definitely cool, and it only costs $10 (so it’s affordable too!).
This shirt is for sale for only 24 hours, and then it will be gone. As I said, it does only cost $10. So buy it soon, or watch it disappear (though if you prefer Stark Brewing you’ll be fine).
My list of Walking Dead t-shirts is still being written, but until that comes out, here’s another sweet Walking Dead shirt to wet your appetite. This one is a great zombie take on the Occupy movement. Funny and topical t-shirt–good stuff.
This Occupy Atlanta t-shirt will only cost you $10.00. But, it’s one of those limited edition shirts that are only sold for 24-hours. You have 6 more hours until midnight tonight to buy the design, and then it’s gone forever.
I’m back with Internet after a day-long outage caused by some careless construction workers. Thankfully, I got it back just in time to share this awesome Community (the TV show) t-shirt with you. The shirt is essentially an ode to Troy and Abed. The styling is pretty awesome–it’s got a Sesame Street theme going to it. Not sure why that was chosen, but it’s very unique, and I definitely dig it. Plus, Troy and Abed would love that the shirt is in a cartoon style.
You can buy this awesome Troy and Abed t-shirt for only $10.00 at Teefury. Remember though, this design is only available until midnight tonight, and then it’s gone forever. Don’t miss out! Here’s two more Community shirts for your enjoyment.
Threadless just released an awesome set of t-shirts from one of their popular artists, Mike Mitchell. This entire line of shirts is dedicated to cartoon portraits of famous people (or other “living” things). Of these many awesome portraits, my favorite is one depicting Ron Swanson from Parks and Recreation, because…well, because Ron Swanson is a total badass. It’s odd seeing him as a crying cartoon, but the rare moments of weakness that he shows must be immortalized forever. This shirt gets a solid A+ from troundup, and I will probably add it to my collection soon.
Today’s Teefury shirt fits perfectly with my latest obsession for Walking Dead t-shirts. The design is called “The Walking Red” and somehow manages to mash-up Star Trek with The Walking Dead. The design is pretty creative, so kudos to midgerock (the designer).
Like all Teefury designs, this t-shirt is only for sale for a mere 24 hours and only costs $10. That basically means you’re spending very little money for a shirt you probably won’t see many other people wearing–you’ll be unique as a snowflake. You can purchase the design from the Teefury store, and remember you only have until midnight to pick it up.
This Dutch kid I live with just introduced me to The Walking Dead, and I enjoyed the first two episodes so much that I just had to go and find a Walking Dead themed t-shirt for y’all. I found a bunch of cool ones, and I am in the process of making up a larger list of them. In the mean time, though, you guys can enjoy this shirt–an excellent mashup of Christopher Walken and The Walking Dead. Walken’s name lends itself to all kinds of great puns (Walken on Sunshine, anyone?), with this one being an excellent use.
This shirt costs a mere $14.99 at the T-Shirt Bordello store. They print on Gildan t-shirts. As I said, be on the lookout for a full list of Walking Dead t-shirts in the very near future.