This Rock, Paper, Scissors Tee is no ordinary shirt: it’s part of an augmented reality game where a hand emerges from your tee to challenge you; no tee? Get a printable version here.
As one commenter puts it, Emile Kumfa’s Aqua Mob t-shirt is a crazy mix of Hitman, Bioshock, and the Red Ring of Death; whatever it is, we’re seriously digging this all-over print at DBH.
Psycho Reindeer’s Pocketnaut t-shirt gives new meaning to the phrase “pocket rocket;” we can’t imagine there’s too much air down there, but whatever floats your spacesuit, buddy.
Aside from a few strange sign choices, Johannes Krohn’s Alien Assault t-shirt is an exercise in 8-bit isometric awesomeness with giant robots, laser beams, and hapless humans.
Pay your last respects to the original Facebook with this Necronomicon t-shirt; if you’re a fan of R’lyeh you’ll definitely want to unfriend Cthulhu, because it sure as heck dislikes you.
Not that you’re going to be kissing anyone over your headset, but Patrick English’s Modern Warfare-inspired Strong Mints t-shirt is perfect for guys who don’t mind an explosion of flavor.
Minkowski disciples may think of 4D as time, but most mathematicians agree that this 4th Dimensional Space t-shirt is as good as it gets; flatlanders could get hurt staring at this tesseract.
We’d still watch Conan O’Brien if his Tonight Show was on tomorrow at 12:05, but NBC’s hosting fiasco has us riled up; buy this I’m With CoCo t-shirt to show your support for the hair.
Take technobabble literally with this USB Port t-shirt, which if true would explain why our throughput seems content on staying put; now if only someone would make a proper FireWire shirt…
No kid on Beeblebrox would play space cowboys and indians without a thermionic shield emitter, but Mark finds out the hard way about his backwards neighbors in this Not Cool tee.
Warning: this t-shirt may cause a geekgasm: When Geek-ness Goes Retro plays to tech blogs everywhere with lolcats, konami codes, and rayguns, but we’ll (zombie) bite: do want.
Mostly analog and barely digital, playing pinball often tilts towards magic than science; this Pinball Wizard t-shirt is a flipping-good homage to masters of old-school coin-op pwnage.
If color swatches make your heart skip a beat and Pantone Charts make you pant, Wisseh’s CMYK 2.0 t-shirt is the perfect addition subtraction to your four-color wardrobe.
Pirates and ninjas go toe to toe (and parrot to samurai) again with Jeff Battocletti’s Epic Battle t-shirt, which gets a well-deserved reprint filled with scars, swords, and all sorts of skullduggery.
Available today (1/6/10) only at TeeFury: this Plumber t-shirt is further evidence that Mario and Co. should consider a career change, especially after a recent flood of complaints.
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.
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