Things were better in the past when you had to remember phone numbers and find boxes on street corners to make a phone call. Shirt.Woot.
G.I. Joe is the inspiration at RIPT.
DBH are jamming in space.
Qwertee scare me a bit with their Cthulu t-shirt.
Game of Thrones is at Shirt Punch.
I’m going to go ahead an assume that Spartacus is the reason why The Yetee have a Spartan t-shirt today.
Skeleman is at Nowhere Bad.
Th Doctor explains time at OtherTees.
R2D2 gets some love at TeeRaiders.
Shark Attack at the Global Thread Collective.
Made in the Now celebrate Spain’s footballing dominance after their 4-0 win in the European Championship final. It’s a pity they won since I had Italy in a sweepstake with my mates, but you can’t argue with the quality of that Spanish side.
“God Shave The Queen” at 6dollarshirts.
Mutant Ninja Academy at Another Fine Tee.
You’ve got another day of the Snorg 25% off sale.
Someone thinks it’s acceptable to sell a t-shirt with “Dewani Tours: Treat Your Wife to a Killer Holiday” written on it, in reference to Anni Dewani who was murdered in South Africa 18 months ago. Thankfully, the Express chose not to run a photo of the design.
The Kansas City Royals are running a t-shirt design contest, with the winning design being given to the first 10,000 fans through the gate to their August 14th game. The winner will receive 4 tickets to the game which isn’t the most amazing of prizes, but I’d imagine that if you’re a designer and a big Royals fan then it would be pretty cool to have your design worn by 10,000 fellow fans, and would probably be genuinely good local promotion for a freelancer to say they’ve designed for the Royals.
Adidas have released a shirt featuring LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh celebrating their Championship win with their now trademark geek glasses.
Polish model & attention seeker Natalia Siwiec wore this shirt to a game at the now-finished Euro Championships to make it clear that not everyone in Poland & the Ukraine is a football hooligan, after the former Arsenal & England defender Sol Campbell (who also had a few un-memorable games at my beloved NUFC) said that ethnic minorities shouldn’t travel to the games in case they came back in a coffin. There were some issues of racism at the tournament, but thankfully it was not as big of an issue as had been feared.
You know what Syria needs right now? A photo of the President’s wife wearing a t-shirt that says “you my beautiful country” to be published, especially when it feels to an outside as if that beautiful country is rapidly being turned to rubble.
Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence wore a plain grey t-shirt recently and according to the Daily Mail that’s news. Of course I’m only mentioning it for the same reason they are, sweet, sweet celebrity traffic.
The Atlantic Wire have a history of crappy t-shirts related to the ObamaCare debate.