Whether it’s a bar crawl or a Death Star trench run, there’s one man who’s always got your back: Wedge is My Wingman is a tribute to the only X-Wing pilot you’d want on your six.
“Oh, crap!” moments are part of life, but an astronaut’s work is far from trivial–this Crack! t-shirt by Joshua Kemble illustrates both the sheer beauty and deadliness of space.
We’re not sure you’d want to be flashing the Geek Hand Sign in south-central LA, but even coders and web-devs have their own subculture–except they tag code instead of walls.
The Empire’s pilots are a special breed: they have an antiquated sense of style, and they insist on flying like real men by using unshielded TIE Fighters–unlike those sissy Rebels.
Killing two birds (or lambs) with one stone, this gingerbread Dr. Hannibal Lecter can always satisfy his gruesome habits: if he runs out of victims, Cannibal only need eat himself.
Its name may be simple, but this Dinosaur t-shirt by Shred explodes with gory detail; not for the faint hearted, a pack of velociraptors reduces several helpless humans into shredded pork.
It’s the heavily hyped matchup that wasn’t meant to be, but we’re sure that fans on both sides of the great Kobe vs. LeBron debate are waiting for next year; available in white or black.
Available today only (6/17) at TeeFury, David Staffell’s Hunting is No Joke t-shirt is a tongue-in-cheek look at what happens when you blend retro graphics with real-world expectations.
You probably don’t want to be within a few hundred miles of zombie outbreaks with this The Machine tee, but we’re digging it’s cerebral take of the classic Terminator poster.
Sesame Street turns into the mean streets with this Puppet Brawlin’ tee; cookies fly as this Street Fighter-styled shirt depicts Big Bird and the Cookie Monster getting their feathers ruffled.
Loy Valera’s What Is Your Profession? t-shirt is the spitting image of a visual pun: he could have had a jockey riding a disc, but his hand-drawn style really shines with a ghetto blaster.
One man’s offense is another alien’s defense: in deference to our ET overlords, arcades on the other side of the galaxy usually rename Taito’s classic game as “Space Defenders.”
Forget the movie franchise; this old-school Aliens vs. Predator t-shirt by Amex Bros. shows how it’s done with a Mars Attacks-style alien in a robot suit battling a T-Rex.
Available today only: Philip Tseng’s Turtle Power t-shirt asks the question, “What if the TMNT were real turtles and tortoises?” The answer: the slowest ninjas you’ve never seen.
There are bad days to sail, and then there are days like this Murphy’s Law t-shirt by Alvaro Arteaga; there’s nothing like a kraken, a griffin and a sea dragon to really mess up your day.
Alkemy’s Sunglass Shirt will have passersby doing a second take, not because of the shades and suspenders–they’re fake–but the real metal loops that you can hook your fingers through.
Dylan DeLosAngeles’ Learn to Juggle t-shirt explains why you see so few jugglers around nowadays: the vast majority get decapitated or flambâˆš©ed before they master the art.
J!NX’s Robots are Metal t-shirt is a double entendre that goes out to all our laser sword wielding, energon consuming, Jedi-assisting buddies; just don’t go all The Matrix on us, okay?
Essentially half a century of aliens on one t-shirt, Celebrity Alien Invaders pits a Space Invaders defense ship against hordes of Marvin the Martians, A.L.F.s, E.T.s and a TIE Interceptor.
This Everyone’s A Trekkie t-shirt proves that Darth and Yoda are actually closet Trekkies, as they find the backwards Federation a welcome break from the harsh realities of their own galaxy.
The real story behind The Wizard of Oz gets told with this Heartless t-shirt; the truth is, there was no wizard–just a series of black market organ heists led by Dorothy “House-Dropping” Gale.
School’s out and summer is upon us, which means hordes of tourists; for those who prefer to be left alone, Reason Clothing’s Go Love Your Own City is a polite way of saying GTFO.
The only food you’re liable to find on this digital Trash tee is spam, but it’s a lot less smelly the real-world equivalent; still, a Recycle Bin would have been much more eco-friendly.
We don’t doubt the veracity of this Real Men Thumbwrestle t-shirt, although they could stand to take a shower; ironically, the stringy hair and gritty details makes for some pretty cool line art.
The analog equivalent of Apple’s iPod Nano ads, Five Crown Clothing’s Neon Cassettes Drip t-shirt hearkens back to a time when mixtapes were literally made with tape.
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