Fellow trekkies, let’s face it: the whole pointy eared thing is not a babe magnet, nor is the hand salute; hopefully, you won’t be wearing this V is for Virgin tee at your next pon farr.
If you liked the Periodic Table of Controllers, this Gaming Revolution t-shirt unites said controllers into a glorious console’s revolution; seriously, folks, this one’s a must for gamers!
After exploding both a regular iPhone and its steampunk variant, Dion Briggs is back with WiiXploded; it’s printed with soft-hand ink and AA New Silver shirts and starts shipping today.
Event Of An Emergency is the second tee you’ll ever need: it’s filled with helpful alternate uses for your shirt, from mask and wound dressing to torch rag for you anarchist types.
This Time Travelers Essentials tee is the only shirt you’ll ever need: it includes info on electricity, chemistry and other basic sciences if you feel up to changing making history.
Stormtroopers are pretty poor shots, but they’re apparently pretty good at jamming out the Imperial March; this Rock Out, Rebel Scum! t-shirt is available at Teextile for only one more day.
Red Dot’s SS09 t-shirts continue their signature image fake-outs, this time drawing inspiration from summer beach holidays with snorkels, boxing gloves, headphones and sneakers.
It’s only a concept, but Burak Kaynak and Cem Has’ T-shirt Sketchbook is pure genius: the handy shirt shape lets designers easily jot down ideas whenever inspiration strikes them.
When these pale-faced coworkers say work sucks, they mean it literally: Glennz’ Office Chat t-shirt shows that watercooler talk not includes football and cars but bare necks and blood banks.
Noob button mashers need not apply: David Soames’ The Ultimate Combo is a handy guide for those who live and breathe uppercuts, hadoukens, and the occasional Moonlight Sonata.
Dream of simpler, more pixelated days with this fitted Lil Juggler t-shirt; it’s created by Aussie footballer apparel outfit Gfunk&Batz and sports woven inner & hem labels.
You probably won’t get sniped wearing the This Is Not A Bullseye t-shirt, but its subtle stitched cutout design is guaranteed to elicit double-takes–similar to iso50’s 77 thermal.
Johnny Cupcakes’ new Spring ’09 line is up; our favorite out of his latest “batch” is this Dragon T-shirt; it’s styled after serpentine Asian-style dragons and is limited to a run of 200.
You know we’ve got too many superheroes (and villains) running around with this Hall of Cliche Super Heroes tee; you’ll find just about every archetype, from vigilante cop to gimmicky pet.
Nothing screams badass like wearing an actual badass: Mark Todd’s Bad Asses tees feature badasses such as Rambo, Chuck Norris and Snake Plissken. One more time: badass.
Available for presale, this Game Over t-shirt shows the Mario brothers in their golden years; shuffleboard with Koopa shells and Bowser on an IV drip, who woulda thunkit? Thanks, John!
Manhattan’s famous flying rats are finally getting their own t-shirt: Pigeons Love NY is a simple, slightly messy ode to the Big Apple’s most reviled (yet ubiquitous) feathered denizens.
Even the best-laid plans go awry, or in the case of this Why Witches Don’t Go On Vacation t-shirt, they show why your candy-coated home is no match for a pair of fat German kids.
MWM’s Matt W. Moore has been on a roll lately; he’s partnered with lifelong friend Kristofer Wilfert to release a hand-screened t-shirt line called Glyph Cue with bold, symbolic art.
Crash Test is Glennz’ latest tee is thanks to his new crowd-selected Vote page: momentum can be a terrible thing, especially if your head is attached to your body with plastic.
Just because you like robots doesn’t mean you have to shout it to the world: this Halftone Robot t-shirt is printed with a subtle dotted pattern that looks cool without being flashy.
Looking a bit like Rokysopp’s “Happy Up Here,” this Invasion t-shirt it’s every 8-bit gamer’s dream come true: you’ll get waves of pixel invaders descending on a burning city.
Seeing these good fellas at your local jazz lounge will give you pause, and rightly so: the last bandmember to question the Mob Musicians’ music ended up with cement shoes.
Although we’re slightly put off by the bright colors, this Primordial Duel t-shirt gave us a laugh for its interesting, oversized printed rendition of the classic robots vs. monsters debate.
We’re not sure how we missed this awesome Cut Throat t-shirt by Electric Zombie; it’s not the quickest way to kill the undead, but the gory, bloody details on the slim-fit tee are fantastic.
A heresy of biblical proportions, Chris Thompson’s Zombie Hands t-shirt is a Catholic no-no; it puts an undead twist on Michelangelo’s renowned Sistine Chapel ceiling painting.
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