Anna Lencioni did the artwork for this clever shirt depicting “the story of a tree who raised a boy to become a hero, and gave everything to do so.” It’s available at Sanshee.com
We’re loving both the Egyptian-themed and original graphics on these handmade, silk-screened jams from the curated shopping experience that is Seattle’s Cairo Vintage.
Revamp your wardrobe with a grand prize of TEN Threadless tees of your choice. Hit the entry form for lots of chances to win. Three runners-up each get two t-shirts. (Ends 9/16/2012 12:01am EST.)
We already know that dogs paved the way for manned space flight, but why not cats instead? Show your support for the feline space program with this limited-edition tee by Austin Martin.
Bamboota pays homage to the French electronic duo, whose partnership has made millions around the world dance harder, better, faster, stronger to their robot rock and technologic music. Sticker too.
Mary Shelley’s iconic monster finds his way onto this artful and emotive t-shirt from UK designers The Affair, captioned with the classic line “You are my creator, but I am your master.”
A classical depiction of the Triforce from The Legend of Zelda by graphic designer Cory Schmitz. Available in Gold/Black, Bronze/Green and a limited edition Black/Gray. Also comes with 1″ pins.
An programmable platform for displaying videos, images and animations on a t-shirt. The design includes a large LED grid, speakers, camera, microphone and an accelerometer for interaction.
While it may be hard to justify paying almost $50 for such a simple t-shirt – and an unlicensed one at that – you’d be surprised how hard it is to find the same design on a good fitting tee.
UK-based apparel shop Lazy Oaf collaborated with DC comics to release a line of fly Batman clothing and gear. The shirts, sweatshirts and T-shirts feature large prints of Batman and his logos.
…it is worshipping the dark lord. That’s the keen observation made by Jerrod Landon Porter in his amusing design featuring kitty and his pentagram of cleanliness. Available as a t-shirt or hoodie.
The awesome James t-shirt by skate, surf and snow fashion brand Neff, featuring a lion wearing a cap backwards. The t-shirt is available in black and white. We need a wallpaper of this graphic.
This officially-licensed Marvel t-shirt has a glowing “arc reactor” in its chest. It’s makers make no claims about it keeping shrapnel out of your heart, probably because only it runs on AAA batteries.
A fleece pullover hoodie filled with hieroglyphs from ancient Hyrule, perfect for Legend of Zelda fans. It comes with a 1″ Eye Switch button and is also available as a T-shirt.
TwinSrpnt creates tees which reflect the myths and legends of good and evil, each with a unique design perspective. Our faves: The demonic Inframundo, rage-filled Typhon and two-headed Quetzalcoatl.
These delicious cereal and marshmallow bits are part of every Cylon’s nutritious breakfast. Best served a cup of Starbucks, of course. Available through 5/18/2012 only over at The Yetee.
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.
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