Closet overflowing with more smart-ass tees than you know what to do with? Well add one more to the pile. It’s the most meta t-shirt you’ll see today, from of the wiseacres at TopatoCo and Fumboo.
Think Google is going to let all those awesome Doodles go to waste? At the Google Doodle store, you can order the doodles as prints, on T-shirts, mugs and even stamps and skateboard decks.
Are you into vintage T-shirts and apparel? Check out RogueRetro on Etsy. Shop owner Amanda gets her quirky clothes and accessories from thrift shops and yard sales all over the United States.
Designed by Art Lebedev Studio, the Traveler’s Phrasebook t-shirt makes it easier to ask for directions in foreign lands. Simply point to an icon and make your best “where is it?” face.
Designer 6amcrisis realized that the Rifleman’s Creed – which was absorbed into pop culture thanks to Full Metal Jacket – can also be applied in the Star Wars world. Get the Vader version here.
Etsy shop Sharp Shirter specializes in humorous and quirky animal graphics. Their Cardinal Warrior graphic is particularly enchanting. The designs are also available as pullovers, hoodies and prints.
Yep, in case you missed that day in school, there’s a t-shirt to remind you every day. Do not go messing with bears. They will eat you. And they will enjoy every tasty morsel – including your shirt.
Did you know that a kangaroo was faster than a greyhound? Guess we missed that day in school. Learn something new every day with this speedometer-inspired tee by Thomas De Santis.
We can understand why this design got a low score on Threadless, but we still can’t suppress a smile whenever we look at it. Probably because we’re sick of Venn diagram jokes. Except this one.
An American flag made of items from a Japanese video game that has an Italian plumber for a super hero. It’s a Benetton design. Cop it now from Ript if you like it because it’ll be gone tomorrow.
What happens when a timeless game meets an impossible object? We actually want a real Penrose triangle Monopoly board to play, not just a T-shirt. The pieces would have to be magnetic though.
Let’s all go to the lobby and have ourselves a… stealthy covert operation? People might spit their popcorn out when they see you wearing this fun tee from Leon Ryan over at Threadless.
Whether you’re a fan of the Oakland Raiders or Mortal Kombat, Lord Raiden will terrorize your opponents with his glowing eyes, teleportation combos, and lightning-powered end-zone dance.
Who needs a sonic screwdriver when you got an oil pouch and pincers? Daleks? Zoidberg will literally have them for dinner. Then again, we not be safe with a nutcase for a Time Lord. WOOP WOOP!
Even when under the spell of a Jedi mind trick, stormtroopers pretty much look the same all the time. But isn’t that the point of an army that started out as clones in the first place?
We can always count on Glennz to make us laugh with his clever, graphic tees. This one reminds us of The Hurt Locker, but is a lot less dangerous. Look out for enemy snipers bearing NERF guns.
There is a day when every meme must come to an end. Sadly, that day has arrived for poor Nyan Cat. There’s no pot of gold (or 8 more lives) at the end of this Pop-Tart cat’s rainbow – just a toaster.
It’s dangerous to hey! ho! let’s go! alone – take this awesome mash-up of the classic Ramones presidential seal graphic with all things Zelda. Yes, it’s also available in green. Designed by MangaKid.
The Game of Thrones‘ Eddard – or any of the Starks for that matter – would make for a depressing weatherman. Hilarious Winter is Coming T-shirt designed by Faniseto.
Classic movie monsters King Kong and Godzilla descend upon a city and challenge each other… in a game of chess. A hilarious idea adorably executed by La Fraise member BubuSam.
Simply said, Gnome Enterprises makes some pretty boss shirts. We can’t get enough of their subtly quirky, but always cool style. The designs and t-shirts are all handmade in Brooklyn.
Screw the whole controller-free gaming thing. It’s time to take full advantage of your physical controllers and sneak in a little meal while you keep playing. Another great tee from Glennz.
We’ve known from the beginning of season one that Breaking Bad is not going to end well, but that doesn’t mean that Jesse and Walt can’t have a little fun along the way – Ã la Calvin and Hobbes.
Bitmap’d is to gaming as Last Exit to Nowhere is to movies. The awesome designs make references and pay homage to classic games without being tacky. The SMB 3 shirt is freakin’ boss.
Blown up, pixelated versions of Master Chief, Isaac Clarke (Dead Space), Big Daddy, Marcus (Gears of War) and a Helghast trooper. Made by Michael Myers for High Score Society.
Drinking and playing Street Fighter usually results in bad button-mashing. But here’s one drink guaranteed to deal a single nasty combo move, no matter how much you swig. (Today only, 9/4!)
Some of the world’s most brilliant minds honored with the logos of equally legendary musicians in geeky apparel Monsters of Grok. The designs are also available as bags, hoodies and women’s wear.
Thomas Sullivan’s man-eating-seal-eating-turtle-eating-shark-eating-squid-eating-whale design presents a bizarre food chain in a Russian doll style. Wait – there’s a man eating seal?
Mark Zuckerberg and Dwight Schrute – both hated, both nerds. A rightful parallelism courtesy of artist Mike Mitchell. All proceeds from the sales of the shirt go to the Mona Foundation.
im8bit put together two of our favorite things to create his tee for Threadless: Space Invaders and Angry Birds. It’s currently being scored so it hasn’t gone to print yet, but it might be fun if it does.
From The Mountain – the same company that gave us the legendary Three Moon Wolf t-shirt – comes the next powerful animal-themed wear: Big Face Animals. Has big faces of animals.
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