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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?
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.
A collection of fan-contributed t-shirt designs that pay tribute to Marvel’s cocky, red and gold armor-clad hero, Iron Man. Our personal favorite is Dan Burgess’ Melting Point, but it’s really hard to pick just one.
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.
No, it’s not that kind of dog fight, it’s a TA kind of dog fight – balloon animal versus origami canines, duking it out thought bubbles and all on this funny tee from David Thorley, available at Threadless.
Designer Phil Jones (aka “murraymullet”) proposes this funny Python-inspired design for Threadless. Vote for it now, and you could be wearing it soon. Yup, that’s Phil, modeling for the Tee on the right.
Let’s salute Threadless for the last 10 years of fun sidewalk brightening, thanks to their clever crowd-sourced tees. If you’re late to the party, jump in: it’s all chronicled in this truly entertaining book.
You can look directly at David Schwen’s elegantly whimsical Burger Eclipse tee, complete with subtle sesame seeds, over at Threadless without burning your retinas or packing on the calories. Well done.