While it’s not the first Tetris/construction t-shirt ever (scroll through the comments here), Hans Krebs’ Russian Cargo tee is by far our favorite for its neat lines and even neater blocks.
We’ve got good and bad news about Flying Mouse’s 9 Ball tee/hoodie; the good: Pluto is back in play; the bad: planetary pool is not what it’s racked up to be if you’re the cue ball.
It’s a good thing that Jonah wasn’t born today, or we’d be missing a whale of a story: this Send WiFi t-shirt is not so much a lesson in being fishwrecked as it is about geeky priorities.
Never argue with a pint-sized pronunciator or he’ll hhwip your diapered butt: much to the chagrin of talking dogs, this Cool Hhwip t-shirt is a big (hair) inside joke for Family Guy fans.
Developed to deal with the crush of holiday shoppers, Robo Santa is holly, jolly, and gigantic; neither rain, nor snow, nor carolers will stop this uber-Claus from delivering its gifts.
Silent and deadly takes on a different air: we’ve wondered what ninjas do behind the scenes, but this We Strike After Lunch t-shirt reveals that even on the can, they’re still on the job.
Two polar carnivores duke it out in this epic King of the Arctic tee; if yesterday’s last-minute shopping was any indication, they’re fighting over the last parking space at the North Pole Mall.
Thinking man’s brand the-affair is back with two tees from Geek Lit 101: Deep One is based on H.P. Lovecraft’s undersea monsters while 42 celebrates Douglas Adam’s Answer.
Today’s techies have nothing on the original mega-dweebs: this Ancient Geeks? t-shirt poses a question Socrates-style while also reppin’ his homies Homer, Aristotle, and Plato.
Bob Ross (aka the Mr. Rogers of painting) is a legend for anyone who watched him on PBS growing up; SteveOramA honors the late TV artist and host with this ThEarlYears t-shirt.
The hallowed ranks of mad scientistdom finally become attainable for the common man with this InstantEvil t-shirt; just add wonderflonium, a dash of NPH, and a bad horse chorus.
It may be only monochrome, but we wouldn’t want Michelle Santiago’s The Swarm t-shirt any other way; the detailed all-over print is buzzing with fantastic winged wasp carnage.
If you liked today’s Iron Man trailer, here’s a metal suit of a different era: Robbie Lee’s Battle of the Ironclads tee teams up the Monitor and Merrimac in a sequel to his (sold-out) first tee.
Don’t have a cow, man, the Simpsons are still around–albeit with an artistic makeover; this Springfield Still Life t-shirt turns our favorite animated family into inanimate objects.
We’re not sure if this SkyNet t-shirt is an exercise in cognitive dissonance or cyborg destruction; with Los Angeles the latest city to join the Cloud/Cyberdyne, it may be time to call on Connor.
Galactic history may have turned out differently had those Death Star plans gotten lost: this That’s No Spoon t-shirt may not be fully armed and operational, but it is multi-functional.
Threadless veteran Chow Hon Lam is more creative in a day than we are in an entire year, and Flying Mouse 365 proves it: he’s making one new t-shirt every day for a year. Thanks, Joao!
We’re continuously hungry on the interval [now, infinity], but this pi*z*z*a t-shirt is a not-so-discrete solution for maximizing our stomach volume; we’ll have an isometric slice of pi, please.
History may have been different had Darth McCartney and his troopers been Storming Abbey Road instead of The Fab Four; Here Comes The Death Star and Darth Sidious’ Garden, anyone?
Live long, and puppet: this Party Trick tee proves that Spock’s greeting also makes him the life of the party–at least until he Vulcan nerve pinches everyone after too much Romulan Ale.
Check out the official pictures for the Star Wars x adidas apparel and footwear lines; part of its Spring/Summer 2010 collection, it’ll be available in January 2010 at adidas Originals stores.
Simultaneously realizing every little boy’s dream and low earth orbit is no small task for a 3rd grader; this Accidental Astronaut t-shirt is a coin-op ride’s version of the Konami code.
We’re not sure if this space traveler has landed on an event horizon or a really dark planet, but this Where’s The Ship t-shirt reveals the interstellar perils of forgetting where you parked.
Because Admiral Adama kicks pasty white vampire ass any day: this Team Edward tee is a must for BSG fans (and any other sci-fi fans) tired of hordes of screaming teenie boppers.
If Mario thinks taking out koopas is hard, he should try paying taxes: David Creighton-Pester’s This Game Sucks t-shirt shows what happens when 8-bit fantasies meet 9-5 realities.
Turn yourself into a walking camera museum with Adam Frame’s 101 Cameras tee; a snapshot into photographic history, it’s packed with everything from twin lens reflexes to polaroids.
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