New York counter-culture fashion outfit Supreme teamed up with Campbell’s to make a line of t-shirts, caps and Vans shoes plastered with the soup company’s iconic red and white can.
Glennz latest design offers up a glimpse at the future of bandage technology, with specially-cut bandages for every wound type. We doubt they’d stop bleeding from even a tiny chainsaw though.
RedBubble seller satansbrand mashed up the names of the houses in Game of Thrones with the logos of existing beer brands. The graphics are available as T-shirts, hoodies and stickers.
T-shirt designer Danielle Furman may not be the best at spelling, but she’s a champian at humor, managing to make a simple joke funny without making a tacky graphic. Only available til 4/30/12.
Harry Potter’s world has many memorable characters, both good and bad. Root for the ferocious four of J.K. Rowling’s series in the Fab Four format popularized by Experimental Jetset.
The spectacularly-named How to Carve Roast Unicorn offers now offers up tees inspired by both Star Wars and famous brand identities – based on his Barn Bocock’s clever logo series.
We know all too well that the line between winners and losers can be painfully thin. This t-shirt from UK-based shop Quiet British Accent is dedicated to the less fortunate competitors.
Grizzly Bear. Check. Automatic weapon. Check. Ammo belts. Check. Laser beams for eyes. Check. The complete package summed up on a single t-shirt. Thanks Blake… for making our day.
Sneaky Studios pays tribute to Star Wars with two clever tees – one is a classical depiction of Darth Vader as a well-known religious figure, and the other a stylized playing card graphic.
Stephen Sanderson designed a NASA-style patch for the ragtag crew of the Millennium Falcon in honor of one of the most dangerous missions ever completed, here or far, far away.
6 Legged Tees are treated with permethrin, a repellent that keeps insects like mosquitoes, ticks and flies away and lasts up to 70 washings. Each shirt is silkscreened by hand using organic inks.
Well, this didn’t take long. Nike jumps on the red hot bandwagon that’s been sweeping the basketball world, courtesy of the New York Knicks’ hidden treasure, point guard Jeremy Lin.
We always envisioned Sasquatch as a more gentle beast – like the abominable snowman. Designer Mr. Nicolo prefers to think of the creature as an angry, green-toothed, purple-haired, freak of nature.
This just in: After searching long and hard for Waldo, the elusive mystery man has finally been captured. At least that’s what we’ve been told – and we get all of our news from t-shirts.
…are a Shark’s Best Friend. At least that’s the message conveyed by Nils285’s tee of a shark with razor-sharp diamond choppers, ready to cut glass, chew you up, and spit your out. (Thanks, Darren!)
Terry Fan’s idea of a real life Care Bear. We’d like to think that this bad dude was originally brown before he tore the fur out of Share Bear and Cheer Bear. Also available as prints and gadget skins.
Oh Yeah! Designer Dan Smash knows that a pot of hot coffee is as revitalizing as a pitcher of Kool-Aid. We’re not sure if we have that same crazed expression before or after having a cup of joe.
We’re not sure if we want to eat Pac-Man, but we sure would like to exact revenge on those pesky ghosts. Speaking of ghosts, where’s Clyde? The cherry on top is the cherry on top of this graphic.
Water-cooler talk? Please. This ain’t the Talk Room. Ain’t no place for ranting or gossip. Hang by the break room for some reckless breakin’. That’s how it’s done. Designed by Chris Koelsch.
Another awesome design from Fangamer. Gaming Loop is a subtle nod to the face buttons of the Super Nintendo system. It has two variants – the North American and the Japanese color schemes.
Breakfast HOOO!!! Tony the Tiger’s got nothing on the Lord of the ThunderCats and his cereal, filled with your recommended daily allowance of the power of Jaga. Plus you can’t beat that freebie.
Designer Paul Dickinson’s Kong t-shirt crowns the mighty ape with some well-deserved headgear. One of the many cool original designs printed on organic t-shirts at UK shop Goodfibres.
It’s The Winged Crusader and Bird Wonder, the billionaire bloodsucker and the avian acrobat. Dina Prasetyawan takes out the human side of DC Comics’ crime fighting duo in this T-shirt design.
Turns out that Skyrim started out as an 8-bit game on the NES back in the 1980s. Don’t know what Fus Ro Dah means? Clearly you haven’t been playing enough. Also available in sticker form.
6amcrisis is back with another Star Wars tee, this time with what he thinks would be an appropriate banner for the Skywalker family. We think PadmÃ© is more important than the Death Star though.
Want to show some love to the hardwood classics and greatest games that we watched over and over again during the protracted off-season? Get these throwback NBA team shirts by â€˜47 Brand.
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