It’s a vampire bat vomiting ghosts, with lightning bolts and speech bubbles. And, it’s pink. The description is unpalatable, but we’re smitten bitten by Keeley Carrigan’s Bat t-shirt.
Any t-shirt named “Three Little Pigs: Mechanized Assault” has our dollar; no more blowing that house of sticks down. Even better: they’re only $12, thanks to Threadless’ Back to School Sale.
Affliction Clothing’s Kosonsho tee is part of their Heroes and Demons collection; they’ve so thoroughly plastered this t-shirt with art that it looks like armor. Nice touch: purple foil.
While we’re not huge fans of Paul Frank’s Julius the Monkey, this shirt’s fusion with another pop-culture icon, Ultra Man, is simply too much for us to resist. The Kaiju-style lettering rocks, too.
We’re not sure what The Elano is or what story it has to tell, but it sure as heck makes a cool tshirt. Designed by Rayi Wicaksono of Indonesia, you can see more of his work at deviantART.
Chop Shop’s Rock Star Tee has quite possibly eclipsed their earlier We Robot tee in terms of coolness. The tee features 28 classic rockers from ’65-’75; they’ll print in blue or yellow.
The serpentine lines and RGB color scheme of Traditiona’s Snake t-shirt is Japanese inspired, but we’re glad they also threw in some rockin’ skulls at the bottom. Note: tagless and slim-fit.
It’s raining love like its Berlin ’48-’49: Keith Walsh of Turtlehead collaborated with The Polyphonic Spree to create the Love Plane Tee. Both the bomber and its bombs are replaced with hearts.
You won’t really get the CMYK? t-shirt unless you’re a graphic designer or artist, but those in the know will appreciate its subtle humor and sharp design; pay attention to the question mark.
You can’t dog Skwak for being honest: his Throw Up t-shirt lives up to its name, with a truly massive glut of magenta, blue, and yellow monsters on a dark tee. Vomit never looked so cool.
Marc Ecko’s contemporary Cut & Sew has a line of super-cool shirts and hoodies that take classic Star Wars and remix it with trendy all-over belt printing and foil imprints.
Obsessions with sharp, pointy things aside, we like Swords for its simple, silhouetted style. Made by freelancer Ryan of A-OK Mart, the tee is limited to a run of 75.
This Monster Mash Collaboration tee features 97 monsters from 68 Threadless artists. The catch? It’s not yet available–but you can help by voting for it right now at Threadless.
We couldn’t help but crack up at the site of Belgian artist Fabian Decleir’s Rapa Nui 2007 t-shirt. It humorously mixes surfer, band and skater cultures with the statues at Easter Island.
No need to check your laptop–this Wi-Fi Detecting T-Shirt picks up 802.11b/g signals and indicates the strength. It’s removable for easy washing, and requires three AAA batteries.
Rainbow-colored shirts aren’t our thing (tye dye gives us headaches); thankfully, White Bread’s Rainbows tee is blue and shades of grey. Thumbs up for the hand-drawn look.
If Unioreja walked into our office with a resume, we’d hire him on the spot: one-eared rabbit. Controls a gigantic tentacled robot. Thirsts for revenge. Yeah, that’s our kind of bunny.
302designs’ Passion Tee has just the right mix of abstract vector and grunge to get us going, and it comes with a good message: these t-shirts are sweatshop free and 100% organic cotton.
Perfect for cubicle soldiers, Glenn Jones’ “The War Against Work” tshirt is an oldie but a goodie; It’s being reprinted due to popular demand, so grab one if you missed it the first time.
Boxies Tees are ideal for folks who don’t like commercialized, mass-produced tees. In short, they’re anti-tees: each one imperfect, with incomplete messages and smudges.
There’s nothing like celebrating today’s Olympics festivities by wearing a tee for the wrong Olympics. This Mexico ’68 t-shirt features original graphics that are actually quite contemporary.
Obama and McCain may claim to be tough on terrorism, but neither of them have a Clone Army. Choose from your favorite Jedi or Sith Lord this November. Just let the Wookie win, okay?
Archaic Clothing’s Sweep Tee features energetic, but not overpowering artwork that stretches irregularly across the front but sweeps out evenly at the back. Note the red flocked accents.
Threadless legend Glenn Jones has opened his own shop; it’s filled with his signature tongue-in cheek graphic tees. New in the store: Evolution (asphalt), perfect for Lego fanatics.
The “50 Ways To Help The Planet” tee lists, among other tips, “Shower With Your Partner.” As men, we would be happy to make this sacrifice, preferably with an eco-friendly supermodel.
For those who can’t take no for an answer, this t-shirt by Diesel lets you save your breath and make a statement at the same time. The words are handwritten and sporadic, ideal for casual days.
We don’t mean to have back-to-back tshirt posts, but Design By Humans has a one-year anniversary sale until midnight, tonight. Many tees start at only $12, so stop by before the sale’s over!
Brock Davis’ Animals with Eyepatches tee is, well, pretty self explanatory. Pastel colors generally aren’t too manly, but they work well with a dark shirt. That, and patches are manly. Arrrrhhhh.
We actually counted, just to be sure: Olly Moss’ 88 Ghosts tee is an eclectic find, guaranteed to induce some level of staring from passersby. Available at Funkrush in all sizes.
51 robots from film, television, books and toys, all packed onto one tee shirt. It’s almost too much for our giddy 12-year old inner child to handle. Available in charcoal, black or red on Alstyle shirts.
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