Our friends over at GLENNZ Tees are at it again – this time with an explanation of how crash test dummies study while they’re getting ready for their jobs. Works on more levels than most t-shirts.
Represent your favorite writers and characters with the Word Series shirts. The Moby Dick shirt is full of win, even if you’re no bookworm. Also the Vonnegut shirt, if you know what his logo means.
Ian Leino, who created those fun Lost beer glasses, has an equally fun new tee which shows off the most awesome weapons from classic games. See how many you can name (spoiler in 3rd photo).
We can honestly say we have mixed feelings now that Lost is at an end, but we couldn’t put a period on it without mentioning this amusing tee, which showcases the safety card for Oceanic Flight 815.
Classic video game characters who wish to remain anonymous should just put a paper bag over their heads, because as this shirt shows, pixelating their faces only makes them more recognizable.
Avant Belgian designer Martin Margiela has raised a fist in solidarity with the smoking community by creating shirts and t-shirts with custom size pockets for your cigarettes. (Kids – smoking is bad.)
Seriously, what else would the extra letter in aardvark stand for? We can’t picture anything else, so we’ll concur with Ross Matlock in this goofy t-shirt he’s designed for Threadless.
Cops and doughnuts – a classic combo if there ever was one, but Forent Bocognani forgot who eats what when he made this t-shirt design. Chief Wiggum has nightmares that look like this.
We’re thinking that graphic designers should appreciate the sentiment behind this amusing tee from Threadless, but really, are pixels truly square? Another debate for another day.
Marvel at the boring guts of Apple’s magical and revolutionary device with Garry Booth’s Exploded Pad T-Shirt and Poster. Booth claims that each shirt is lovingly washed with Unicorn Tears.
The latest winner in shirt.woot’s T-shirt Derby answers the question, just exactly how does a Magic 8-Ball work? Without a doubt it is certain you may rely on this t-shirt.
Love zombies and Star Wars? Check out this awesome Imperial Undead tee by Shawn Conn. If you thought the Empire was evil before, now theyâ€™re undead and hungry for some rebel flesh.
Because one does not simply catch the 11:15 to Mordor, this convenient map of Middle Earth from Reagan Lee for Threadless brings Tolkien’s world closer to ours in a modernized fashion.
Something about the primary colors and that smiley Lego head on this tee from teextile takes us back to a kinder, gentler place. Printed on slate American Apparel tees using softhand plastisol ink.
Could the smoke monster from Lost escape the island and take refuge in our cleaning equipment? This funny tee from ript, available today only, helps us visualize that possibility. Go Smokey go!
No one actually looks good in a Tron costume. Rolf Nelson cut down on the nerdity and added a bit of super glow-in-the-dark ink to come up with the awesome “My Other Ride Is A Light Cycle” shirt.
Cyclopses are cool, especially the slightly timid one in this More Scared tee by Philadelphia illustrator Tim Gough. It’s black ink printed on an athletic grey track American Apparel tee.
A murder most fowl has been committed on Sesame Street! This nasty little kitty is smarter than Sylvester, because why settle for a teeny Tweety Bird when you can go for the Big Meal?
The Walker This Way T-shirt by Scott Robinson is doubly old school, an epic mash up of 80s rap stars and, well, AT-ATs. The shirt design is available today (4/12) only, so go run and grab one.
Design team Dark Igloo’s BOOOM! shirts debuted at the 2010 MoCCA Festival. The white shirt features a mix of 13 heroes, while the black shirt has 10 villains. Can you name all of them?
…if you’re on fire. Come to think of it, no one would want to catch you with flames shooting from your body. This high-level ninja technique is now passed down to us in the form of a t-shirt or hoodie.
Looks like somebody’s best friend has gotten their jaws on TRON’s disc. This funny t-shirt is printed with awesome glow-in-the-dark ink and designed by the warped minds of The Chopping Block.
The Force is strong in this card. Whatever game you’re playing, when someone pulls out this card it’s game over. The Ace of Vades T-shirt, designed by Beradan – is available at MySoti.
Yet another rendition of the never ending battle between rock, paper and scissors: “Each guy has one gun full of blanks, and they don’t know which one.” Mexican Standoff by Snorg Tees.
Electric Zombie’s 2010 Spring Summer line has arrived, so zombie lovers can chill out this season while looking stylish in some cool new threads, including this creepy-looking Gilbert tee.
Serial killer/family man/recent widower Dexter Morgan pays a visit to Dexter’s Laboratory in this amusing mash-up. It’s available for one day only (in T-shirt form, of course) at Tee Fury.
Created by UK illustrator Ben Foot for Threadless, this gentle and heartfelt plea from the majestic winged buffalo probably won’t get anyone to quit eating, or laughing for that matter.
Nope, it’s not a food challenge on Iron Chef: Nintendo. 2 mushrooms enter, 1 mushroom leaves. You’ve only got 24 hours to grab this fun Mario-inspired t-shirt by free_agent08 from ript.
Are you just sick and tired of graphs? Ok, maybe you’re just nonplussed by the things. Either way, this Grapathy T-shirt is for you. And if you don’t like it, you can just shut up.
Nearly every superhero struggles with balancing their privacy with serving the public, but this The Flash t-shirt isn’t what we had in mind: his private life gets very, very public.
Evolutionary biologists have been going about it all wrong; this I Found The Missing Link T-shirt reveals it has less to do with fossil deficits and more to do with attention deficits.
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