This is genius. I’m amazed that no one has done it before. They aren’t actually for sale because the guy that created them actually respects copyright (zut alors!) but I wouldn’t be surprised if these were to turn into some kind of limited edition shirt sanctioned by Transport for London. It should be noted that the guy who created the shirts has some pretty neat stuff available to actually buy, too.
Not a bad week at all from Snorg, though I do wonder how often I could wear the “don’t read…” shirt before the already quite thin joke was completely run into the ground. As usual the new shirts are $5 off the regular price this week so you have until July 7th to grab them on the cheap.
Pretty good bunch of tees at Snorg this week, I really like the quark one since it would make me look smart if I wore it. I’m sure I’ve seen that Monty Python concept elsewhere though. $5 off for the rest of the week as usual going up to $19.95 next week.
Sometimes a t-shirt manufacturer will come out with something that I’ve never seen before, and whilst I’d never wear it I have to respect the kind of mind that decided to make a camouflage t-shirt made of cat silhouettes. If I had a hat on, I’d take it off to Goodie Two Sleeves and their design team right now.
Get 25% off your order with the coupon codeSUMMERTIME and there’s free shipping (worldwide) when you spend $75 or more.
I can’t be the only one thinking that a t-shirt about methadone (even if it is spelled incorrectly) is just inappropriate, right? Haha, you’re addicted to horrible drugs, let’s make a joke about it… unless I’m missing some kind of reference.
Not a bad week at all, I’m not too into the time shirt just because it’s based on a meme and that lacks long-term appeal to me. I feel crumby is a touch juvenile for me, but I can see this being an excellent kids shirt or being worn by a cheeky younger cousin. So that leaving the alliterative tee as our wonderful winner of the week at Snorg. New shirts $5 off this week as usual.
Highlights here in this sprawling, 21-minute (!!!) odyssey include a gaming-as-addiction montage (:38 seconds), a Pong tutorial from Jeff Bridges and Harry Dean Stanton (2:03), a three-piece tribute to Michael J. Fox (8:57), and a montage of digital dance offs (10:29)!
See a full list of the films as sequenced at YouTube.
Spotted on the Internet last week: a gallery of fake cereal box designs, most with a sugary, pop culture twist. Some of these have likely appeared previously on HYA, but two of my faves are posted below; you can see the rest here or by clicking on the image squares below.
When I saw that Goodie Two Sleeves were selling a One Direction t-shirt I was a bit concerned, but this is clearly the best One Direction t-shirt ever made and if I had a hat on I’d doff it to them right now.
The Game of Thrones tee made me laugh, but I wouldn’t want to wear it as a tee, it’s a one-trick pony, people laugh the first time they see it and then never again. I’ve got no idea what’s going on with the dog shirt, anyone?