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We’re going to need a much bigger boat to deal with the likes of this Kaiju, as he rises from the ocean, aping the iconic JAWS poster design, about to dine on a small marine craft. Also available on hoodies, prints and more.
We’re going to go out on a limb and guess that many talking birds have been taught to swear by their owners. Swearing Budgies has documented some of these foul-mouthed pets. Available on mugs and shirts from Shot Dead in the Head.
New York-based artist Je-Yeon Kim’s annoyance with people and their phones won the Pet Peeve Challenge contest over at Threadless. Sometimes it seems like we have no clue how to interact with real live humans. Wait, what did you say?
The ultimate tee for Chris Pratt fans envisions a world in which the superstar tames velociraptors from the comfort of his Star-Lord helmet. We’re betting that an infinity stone would have made quick work of Indominus Rex.
Since it’s confirmed that endurance athletes should add bacon to their snack list, now is the time to create a visual reminder. How about this tee from madkobra for Threadless? No marathon in sight? It’s ok – that porcine power is still ace.
Prime Premne’s take-off on the classic Beatles Abbey Road album art sees George, Paul, Ringo and John replaced with the Michelin Man, the Pillsbury Doughboy, Mr. Stay-Puft and Baymax crossing the road. Available for a limited time.
You’ll have people grinning at you when you’re working out, but you won’t be able to tell whether they’re admiring your bench prowess or this amusing t-shirt you’re wearing. Either way, you’ve got the robot hero on your side, er, chest.
The toughest crime-fighting landsharks from the mid-’90s are back! At least in awesome t-shirt form. These half-man/half-shark urban heroes are ready to clean up your neighborhood. Sadly, the Dino Vengers are nowhere to be found.
SharkRobot’s tongue-in-cheek tee mashes up two of geekdom’s greatest creations – Pokémon and The Avengers. Pikathor, Captain Amerisquirtle, Charmander Man, Hulkasaur (and Nick Fury) are all here to save the day. Assemble them all!
The perfect shirt for H. Jon Benjamin fans, BazNet’sBob’s Burgers/Archer mashup pays homage the fact that the same guy voices two diametrically-opposed characters with the same voice, both of which make us laugh endlessly.
Apparel for fight fans. Roots of Fight makes t-shirts, tank tops and sweatshirts based on the greatest boxers, MMA fighters and trainers, including Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, Freddie Roach, the Gracies and Bruce Lee.
Suaré New York’s current collection features monochrome sweaters, hoodies, t-shirts and raincoats lined with 3M reflective material that pop nicely in the dark. The store even made a t-shirt that was reflective all over.
In Public Enemy’s Fight the Power, Chuck D laments, “Most of my heroes don’t appear on no stamps.” Graphic designer Madina made sure that his heroes would receive that treatment. Also on t-shirts and postcards.
Brooklyn-based apparel shop Extracurriculars has some ill wearable memes. It’s t-shirt and baseball cap parody sponsored content, turning it into a brand of its own. The t-shirt comes in white or black. We were not paid for this post.
Macedonian illustrator Enkel Dika created this record-smashing tee design perfect for fans of music on vinyl, horses or music on vinyl for horses. Available in turquoise or white, 100% preshrunk cotton jersey.
Artist Katie Cantrell’s hilarious spin-of on the classic Three Wolf Moon meme, these canines only howl when its time for some pepperoni pizza. And here we thought the moon was made entirely out of cheese.
There’s nothing worse than bland Mexican food. If you find yourself in this situation, you’ll want to be armed with a bottle of hot sauce. Midgerock’s amusing foodie t-shirt envisions the right way to store the spicy stuff.
Princess Leia, your face is a mess. Leka’s awesome t-shirt mashes up Star Wars with Star Man, combining the iconic album art of David Bowie’s classic Aladdin Sane with the Rebel Alliance. Also available on prints, pillows, mugs, etc…
Enter now for a chance to win a $150 to spend on awesome pop culture t-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies from our friends at shirts.com. Two more winners each get $25 each. Our faves: Riker’s Holodeck and the Wolverine Hoodie. (Ends 8/19)
DEATH MTN or rather, DE▲TH M✝N is a new clothing line founded by Polygon’s Mike McWhertor, who also co-founded Meat Bun. The shop’s style is an unholy union of fantasy, video games, heavy metal culture and 90s fashion.
I Love Ugly cashes in on the World Cup with its on point Football Collection. The line features minimal soccer jerseys as well as print-heavy apparel, including shirts, sweaters, shorts and five panel caps.
Declaration has created this awesome series of officially-licensed Assassin’s Creed t-shirts that don’t look like video game t-shirts. Whether Ezio, Connor or Edward is your guy, they’ve got you covered. Sorry, Altaïr.
An homage to the lead characters of three classic basketball movies: Jesus Shuttlesworth from He Got Game, Sidney Deane and Billy Hoyle from White Men Can’t Jump and Kyle Lee Watson, Shep and Birdie from Above the Rim.
Joel Fortunato’s Doughboy creates illustrations inspired by his obsession with monsters, pop culture, and baked goods. Best of all, his new line of numbered, limited-edition cotton t-shirts comes packed in an awesome vinyl cupcake toy.
Like its button down shirts, Wool & Prince’s upcoming crew neck, v-neck and polo shirts are made from wool that’s odor- and stain-resistant, while being practically as soft and light as clothes made from cotton.