a new shirt by the dude that brought you “Every Time A Cat Cleans Itself It Is Worshipping The Dark Lord” comes a new shirt with a title almost as long.
AIN’T NOBODY GOT TIME FOR DAT ADVENTURE
shirt is available to order now! ships next week!
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Andy: Having never seen Adventure Time I’m sure that you’ll understand why I just don’t give a damn about this shirt, even if it does look to be quite a faithful reproduction of the show’s style.
This is probably one of the weirdest concepts for a t-shirt design I have seen, However the site claims that they are selling fast. So If you should happen to be a slightly obsessive Karl Pilkington fan you can get yours at the appropriately named ‘Fashion Victim’ for £22 http://www.fashionvictim.bigcartel.com …
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Another week, another batch of tees trending on the Internet. The good, the bad, the ugly…
>The first of “16 people who don’t realize they’re being douchebags”.
>Frat bros trigger campus debate with insensitive slogan tees (but the one below is likely P’Shopped).
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Another quality pop culture design from Ian Leino, the two styles work really well together and all the little details are just right.
Costiness=$20 Buy it from Ian Leino
I’m not the breeding type, mind you, but if I did have twins, they would be required to wear these shirts every day.
Via: This Is Why I’m Broke
Read more of Travis’ writing at BuzzFeed.
I wrote and scheduled a post about this image above wondering how on Earth someone had made this and not have put it on a POD site, and then after I read through more of the comments where I found on Reddit it turns out that it is on RedBubble already, so all is right with the world after all.
Costiness=£16.73 Buy it from Han Zhao @ RB
If I were the kind of person that was studying science I’d want that atom shirt all over my body right about now.
As you’d imagine I don’t really understand why Yoda needed to be transported into the Hunger Games, but at least there’s a fun ‘cut it out’ sign language design that I presume has accurate signing on it. Both tees $14 at Tshirt Laundry this week, and the poster is $9.
This is a funny shot, but I find the original intended-use of this sweatshirt a bit odd too, why would you want Mickey looking into your chest?
A pair of clever new designs at RedBubble to share.
The first remixes The Big Lebowski with Dune to comedic effect.
“I bowl. Drive around. The occasional acid flashback…”
The second, using a throwback costume print approach, tells everyone that you are kinda a big deal. #unfuckwithable
Also $24.54, here.
Both shirts developed by Gabe Pearlman, a.k.a. Dream Juice.
Read more of Travis’ work at It Goes To 11.
When I was younger and I’d go on family beach holidays it was almost inevitable that my Dad would try and dig a big hole in the sand. Not for any real reason, just because he could, which is probably as good of a reason as any when you’re on holiday. That’s the opposite of this shirt at Glennz, but it was the first thing I thought of. On the product page they’ve named the tee ‘amatuer’, which I’m just presuming is a typo, unless someone can explain to me why it might be different?
Costiness=$21.95 Buy it at Glennz
Memes are by definition something that don’t last long, and the longer it goes on the worse it gets, from riding the crest of awesomeness to being beaten like a dead horse, and then finally ending up on breakfast news programmes. I generally don’t like meme t-shirts, and these designs at Tshirt Laundry are no different, I especially wouldn’t want to wear the Rule 34 shirt because I wouldn’t want to have to repeatedly explain to people that rule 34 means there is porn on the internet for every niche and fetish that you can imagine. What if you wore this shirt near your Grandma, the horror!
It’s not the best week ever, but that Big Bang concept is new to me, so a slight doff of my cap to Snorg for that one.
Pretty solid week from BustedTees, one which reminds me that I’ve not even a look at American Horror Story yet. I’ve heard good things, but there’s just too much good stuff to watch these days. I’m sure that cynical Andy should hate the Beets by Schrute tee, but it made me laugh so I’ll let it pass.
Here is a line of t-shirts guaranteed to make you laugh. Not only does Madhouse have a good sense of humor but there is also a good story behind the company. All of the art is done by the owner, Jared, who has a unique style. Check it out!
Andy: It’s been a while since Madhouse was mentioned on HYA, good to see that his design skills have improved, it’s pretty amazing what he does considering that he has a limited range of movement (brand founder Jared has muscular dystrophy).
I can’t call this a vintage week at Tshirt Laundry, though the 8-Bit Angels design isn’t without it’s charms, which is a bit annoying since it’s not available as a tee. Don’t forget that these shirts as well as everything else in their store are $14 in their Valentine’s sale.
The flower on the lapel (or where a lapel would be) is a lovely touch from Glennz.
Costiness=$21.95 Buy it at Glennz
Not the best week ever at laFraise, but I do think that the gingerbread man design is very cute.