Another mashup tee for you guys–this time featuring a collision of the Batman and Breaking Bad worlds. If Walter White was morally ambiguous before this shirt, just imagine what he’ll be like when he becomes Bane.
You can buy the shirt for $20.00 at the TeePublic site.
We had our first truly warm day today in Philadelphia, which coincided with me discovering this cool Lion King t-shirt on Reddit. I think that’s fate–as I finally got to be outside experiencing the circle of life.
Anyway, you can buy the shirt for ~$22.00 at Skreened. And no–you don’t have to get it printed on a v-neck–you can customize the color and type of shirt (v-neck is just the default). Enjoy!
This is a really cool Star Wars design from DSF Clothing. It features the various phases of the Death Star–from fully functioning to blown up by an X-Wing flying Luke Skywalker, cleverly based on a chart of the phases of the moon. I dig it.
You can buy the shirt for the low price (for such a good design) of $16.00 at the DSF Clothing store.
Those absurd red hats make any Devo themed t-shirt automatically interesting. I suppose that’s a good thing for this Whip It t-shirt from Goodie Two Sleeves. You can show your Devo appreciation by buying it for $24.95 at the Goodie Two Sleeves store.
Design by Humans is pulling at my heart strings with this Space Invaders x Darth Vader mashup. I never stood a chance at resisting the urge to post this shirt (almost like they used…the force).
I can’t grow a good beard, but that doesn’t mean I can’t appreciate this new beard themed shirt from Buy Me Brunch. It’s fresh off the press–just released this Thursday.
You can buy the design for $22.00 at the Buy Me Brunch store. It’s printed on what I assume is an American Apparel tri-blend blank.
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.
Steven Chastain wants to spread science awareness through t-shirt comedy. I can get behind that cause. His Kickstarter project has three days remaining, and he currently has raised $2,095 of the $3,200 he’s shooting for. My favorite design is definitely the “Ockam’s Brand Razors” featured above, though you can check out all his designs on the Kickstarter page.
P.S. Is Ockam also a correct spelling (I’ve only seen it Occam), or am I missing part of the joke?