Terry Fan’s idea of a real life Care Bear. We’d like to think that this bad dude was originally brown before he tore the fur out of Share Bear and Cheer Bear. Also available as prints and gadget skins.
Oh Yeah! Designer Dan Smash knows that a pot of hot coffee is as revitalizing as a pitcher of Kool-Aid. We’re not sure if we have that same crazed expression before or after having a cup of joe.
We’re not sure if we want to eat Pac-Man, but we sure would like to exact revenge on those pesky ghosts. Speaking of ghosts, where’s Clyde? The cherry on top is the cherry on top of this graphic.
Breakfast HOOO!!! Tony the Tiger’s got nothing on the Lord of the ThunderCats and his cereal, filled with your recommended daily allowance of the power of Jaga. Plus you can’t beat that freebie.
It’s The Winged Crusader and Bird Wonder, the billionaire bloodsucker and the avian acrobat. Dina Prasetyawan takes out the human side of DC Comics’ crime fighting duo in this T-shirt design.
Want to show some love to the hardwood classics and greatest games that we watched over and over again during the protracted off-season? Get these throwback NBA team shirts by â€˜47 Brand.
Designed by Art Lebedev Studio, the Traveler’s Phrasebook t-shirt makes it easier to ask for directions in foreign lands. Simply point to an icon and make your best “where is it?” face.
Yep, in case you missed that day in school, there’s a t-shirt to remind you every day. Do not go messing with bears. They will eat you. And they will enjoy every tasty morsel – including your shirt.
Did you know that a kangaroo was faster than a greyhound? Guess we missed that day in school. Learn something new every day with this speedometer-inspired tee by Thomas De Santis.
We can understand why this design got a low score on Threadless, but we still can’t suppress a smile whenever we look at it. Probably because we’re sick of Venn diagram jokes. Except this one.