Blood is the New Black has some crazy t-shirts–this being one of them. Still, I find myself oddly attracted to it. It’s definitely an interesting statement on fur and what it means. You wouldn’t get red paint thrown on you, but you could probably start some interesting conversations. Anyway, I dig it, even though its a bit of a departure from the usual t-shirts that I feature on troundup.
You can pick it up for the slightly stiff price of $44.00 at the Blood is the New Black store.
I read Game of Thrones way back before there was an HBO series dedicated to it. In fact, it was one of my favorite fantasy series growing up. I don’t read much fantasy nowadays, but I did thoroughly enjoy HBO’s interpretation of Mr. Martin’s excellent story. I also enjoy Snorg Tees take on Game of Thrones’ rise to prominence. Despite the Lannisters being, well, major pricks, I still do enjoy this t-shirt. For those who don’t know, the Lannisters are an incredibly rich family, making this blinged out shirt very applicable, and very funny.
I give props to Snorg Tees for making a pretty clever and humorous Game of Thrones t-shirt. You can pick it up for only $19.95 at Snorg Tees. I believe they still print on American Apparel. I also recommend that you check out Game of Thrones in either book or TV show form (or both).
Teefury’s shirt today is an awesome, Ron Swanson themed, Parks and Recreation t-shirt. Parks and Rec is another one of the shows I really enjoy (and it comes back this Thursday!), so you can bet I dig this shirt. Ron Swanson is a bacon and eggs loving caricature of an over-the-top libertarian. I think this shirt effectively captures Ron’s passion for bacon and eggs.
I love how they drew Ron in this design. They truly do his hair and mustache justice. It”s a pretty goofy rendering, and I love it.
You can grab this Parks and Recreation t-shirt for today only for $10.00. As with all Teefury shirts, after today this design will vanish forever. Only those smart enough to glorify the Swansonator on their chest will have access to it in their closets.
As one of their recent t-shirt releases, Busted Tees put out this awesome Archer (the TV show) themed t-shirt. Archer is a crass, but very funny TV show that I enjoy from time to time. I think part of the reason I’m so attracted to it is the high number of former Arrested Development actors involved (3-4 if memory serves me). ISIS (International Secret Intelligence Service) is the intelligence agency that the lead character, Archer, works at under his mother’s direction. Archer’s selfish and obnoxious personality sets the perfect stage for some hilarious situations. I recommend you give the show a try, although if you’re easily offended that might not be the best idea. Check out this link for a taste of the show. Warning though–things may seem a little odd if you don’t know the characters.
You can wear the ISIS logo on your chest by buying this t-shirt for $20.00 from Busted Tees. I’m also happy to announce that I’ve collaborated with Busted Tees to offer you an exclusive 25% off coupon code. The code is good for 25% off all regular priced items. Busted Tees is also currently offering a Buy 2, Get 1 free deal, which you can also find at my Busted Tees coupon site. You should do the math to see which one saves you more money.
Hopefully you guys know how much I love Arrested Development by now. It’s definitely my favorite TV show. The writing is just amazing, and it has a superb cast as well. I love how every time I re-watch an episode I catch some new, funny detail. Given this fact, I was pretty ecstatic when I saw that Teefury had just released an Arrested Development t-shirt, especially one based on the Inc 500 company, Gobias Industries.
This shirt has some great references. In addition to the Gobias angle, the text at the top reads “Sudden Valleys Finest Coffee”, which is another hilarious bit from the show. You’ve got the doves and the cards from Gob as well, and the illustration of Tobias and Gob is quirky and great. I definitely dig this design. In fact, I’ve already purchased it!
In addition to being a hilarious and awesome t-shirt, it also has a great price. You can pick it up for only $10.00 from Teefury. As with all Teefury shirts, though, it is only for sale for 24 hours and then it’s gone forever. You have about 20 hours left to buy at the time of this posting. Don’t miss out on a great design for a low price.
The glorious reason for living that is Shark Week is almost upon us. In two days, Discovery Channel will be swimming (shitty pun…) in a metric ton of shark programming. Now, one could let last years disappointing Shark Week impostor (what the hell was that, Discovery? I want more than just shark attack shows) get in the way of their excitement. I will not do that though. I have faith that Discovery will get back on the horse and actually teach me about sharks. I wanna see sharks, not the same five people who got attacked by sharks. Plus, it gives sharks an undeserved bad rep. So, despite these lamentations, I will still muster up the excitement that Shark Week has commanded in the past. As such, I wanted to write this post up with just a few cool shark week t-shirts. If you order quickly enough you might be able to get them in time for the festivities.
This first one, Live Every Week Like It’s Shark Week from Jon Kruse at Mediocore Clothing, is most definitely my all-time favorite Shark Week t-shirt. It manages to combine two awesome things–Shark Week and 30 Rock–into one great t-shirt. I already own this tee, and I will be doing my best to wear it all week.
This second tee, A Day to Remember from Victory Records, also manages to bring in the 30 Rock quote. They also depict very well what Shark Week was last year–a bunch of Sharks chomping down on unsuspecting humans. I love the sheer carnage going on in this shirt. It’s officially my second favorite Shark Week shirt. It costs $20.00 and is printed on American Apparel.
I don’t like this design quite as much as the previous two shirts. Still, if you like sharks, you can show it with this shirt. It’ll run you $26.97 at Palmercash.
It’s surprisingly difficult to find good Shark Week t-shirts on the Internet. There is an abundance of crappy designs, but only a few good ones. If I missed a cool shark shirt please let me know. This post isn’t meant to be comprehensive or anything, but I’m always looking to add quality Shark Week tees to my posting catalog.
I posted a Community t-shirt back in May, and I thought that I would continue that trend since I really do like the show. The cleverness of the writing sometimes reminds me of Arrested Development (which I’ve been on a little kick of lately).
I came across this specific design while browsing around Snorg Tees. It features Greendale Community College’s incredibly outrageous attempt at eliminating the concept of race. The mascot stems from the Dean’s overwhelming desire to be 100% politically correct, but that’s a story you’ll have to get from the show. Anyway, I think it’s a good interpretation of what a Greendale Human Beings t-shirt might look like. As far as I know, this isn’t directly licensed, so I think Snorg Tees came up with it themselves. I enjoyed it, though if you don’t watch the show you’ve probably already stopped reading by now out of boredom.
You can pick this t-shirt up and support the Human Beings by going to Snorg Tees’ store. It will cost you $19.95 and is printed on those sweet American Apparel blanks I love so much. I’ve also got a Snorg Tees coupon page, although I think the most recent code has since become inactive. Talk with me in the comments about how much you love Community–I get bored with just having conversations in my head.
If you’ve read my blog for a decent amount of time, you probably know that I am a huge Arrested Development fan. As such, when a t-shirt company that I already really like makes an Arrested Development shirt, I, well, get a little giddy. This shirt, Bluth Family Crest, from 604 Republic caused such giddiness in me.
This shirt is just a treasure trove of little references that Arrested Development fans will love. The chicken, the bananas, the hook, and so much more are all there. It’s just a great shirt, and it does Arrested Development, one of the best written (and just best) TV shows, justice.
P.S. Cross your fingers and pray that the Arrested Development movie really does happen, and, more importantly, that it maintains the incredible quality of the show.
Community has quickly become one of my favorite TV shows (of both cancelled and active shows), so I had to post this shirt. I actually first saw this shirt on a Community writer in a behind-the-scenes clip, which caused me to instantly look it up. Starburns is a character from the show who has trimmed his sideburns to look like, well, stars. This shirt probably isn’t at all funny if you’re not familiar with the show, but…if you are a fan of the show, I hope you enjoy it. Also, if you’re not already a fan of the show, you should watch a few episodes, get hooked, and become a fan. Then you can enjoy this shirt. Their most recent episode, a paintball spaghetti western, is off the chain hilarious. You probably need to be familiar with the characters to get its full effect, though.
If you wanna pick up this Starburns shirt, you can nab it for $25.00 from the NBC Store. Show ya luv for Community!
This shirt was designed to commemorate the 80th anniversary of Popeye the Sailor (January 17th 1929 was the day of his “birth”), which I’m a little late on unfortunately. However, I am glad I managed to find it, because I dig it quite a bit.
I eat a very large volume of spinach, so I can appreciate and support Popeye’s inclination towards those muscle building green leave (not those green leaves). The design’s goofy, the colors are cool, and it’s available for 17.50 pounds from Regal Clothing. Go check it out, and support my spinach eating compadre.