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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

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Jugrnaut and Chip Tha Ripper Collaboration T-Shirt

Collaboration T-Shirt Back

I happened to stumble across this shirt last week while browsing online.  Jugrnaut is a streetwear clothing brand and retail store out of Chicago, IL.  While clicking to check out their t-shirts, this gem popped out at me and I couldn’t stop laughing.  Ignoring the fact that I couldn’t figure out the black male cartoon character at first, UNTIL I googled Chip Tha Ripper . He is a music artist who has performed with such performers as Kid Cudi.  Apparently a lot of his albums contain cartoon work of him and thus Jugrnaut collaborated with him (and allegedly has several times before) to bring you this t-shirt.

Why was I laughing? Well come on, if you were born in the 80’s then you definitely grew up watching The Jetson’s, Flintstones, Simpsons, etc, etc.  I don’t know why it tickled me so much but seeing all these female cartoon characters together from my childhood on a t-shirt and after figuring out who Chip was; this design got 100 times funnier.  Especially the fact that I don’t think Jane Jetson would fall for a gansta rapper smoking a doobie.  I mean I can’t even imagine Chip Tha Ripper flying around Orbit City and sneaking into the SkyPad Apartments past Rosey.  Personally I think he’s more Judy’s type.

Cost = $34.00    Buy it at Jugrnaut

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T-shirt News for January 20th

by Andy on January 20, 2012

stand by me t-shirt

Thank you TeeFury commenters for explaining to me that this is a Stand By Me t-shirt.


I am rarely a fan of Shirt.Woot‘s art shirts, and this design doesn’t convince me otherwise.


Scooby Doo t-shirt at RIPT today.


The cool thing about this Shirt Punch tee is that parts of it glow in the dark, cool to see a Totoro shirt as well, Mrs. HYA would love this one.


I couldn’t really get into Spartacus: Blood and Sand, it was all a bit too much for my tastes, even the lure of Xena’s boobs wasn’t enough to keep me watching! This shirt is from The Yetee.


Like many people, I’m well over the ‘Keep Calm’ meme, but this OtherTees shirt made me laugh.


24tee really do love The Big Lebowski.


It’s another Star Wars vacation design from TeeMinus24.


It’s been a while since I posted a Wotto design, good to see him back in action at DBH.


Hey look, Tilteed are selling this tee by a.mar.illo again.


Mint Magazine have an interview with prolific t-shirt artist Drew Millward.



Craig Robson has added some new posters to his store, Daggers For Teeth.


Buy two get one free with the coupon code TRIPLETHREAT at BustedTees.


New arrivals at YourEyesLie.


Tee Gazette are giving away a shirt from LIES and FILTH.


Buy one get one free on everything in the Plain Lazy store.

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T-shirt News for January 18th

by Andy on January 18, 2012

dexter t-shirt

Any Dexter fans in the house? I’m sure this TeeFury design will be right up your street.


I don’t think that sounds like a good idea AT ALL. Shirt.Woot.


RIPT couldn’t decide on a reference today so they had to just use all of them.


I don’t get it. Nowhere Bad.


Awful lot of skulls today at Shirt Punch.


One for the atheists over at Stupidhurts.us.


I don’t watch Archer, but I’m fairly sure that’s what this TeeMinus24 shirt is referencing.


There’s a new Doctor Who t-shirt at 24tee.


As long as you like all-over prints this shirt at DBH is rather lovely.


Hey look, Tilteed are selling that cool sushi t-shirt again.


Design Juices showcase 50 t-shirts with interesting typography.


T-Post are giving away the T-shirt Stories documentary DVD (which I can’t find anywhere in the UK, and I don’t know if I can order it off French Amazon) to people who subscribe to their tee service.


Green Day are running a t-shirt design contest, except you have to be part of their ‘Idiot Club’ to enter, and that has a $20 annual subscription, so you effectively have to pay to enter this contest… lame.


Miles To Go are running a poster sale until Friday.


Wrongwroks have opened a 2nd store in China, it’s fun to watch Tony’s brand expanding.


HYA isn’t going dark in protest of SOPA/PIPA (mostly because I don’t think anyone would miss it) but a lot of other websites are.


Rigu is still a thing.


Karmaloop have a video about L’il Wayne’s new clothing line (that doesn’t look at all like every other BAPE-esque brand out there), TRUKFIT.


604Republic have upped the prize in their design competition.

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sesame street fighter

I got an e-mail from a guy named Matt about this design (and others mashing up Sesame Street & Street Fighter on RedBubble) and I was really excited as I clicked through, only to be somewhat disappointed with what I found. That isn’t to say these this design and others are bad, but the name “Sesame Street Fighter” conjures up images of 8-bit designs for me, and I think that style would be really well suited for this mashup, but then again I could be completely wrong, you guys might go nuts for these.

Costiness=£11.84 Buy it at RedBubble

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ninja turtles t-shirt green

The style is a bit too immature for my liking, but then again this is a t-shirt based on a kids TV show, so I can hardly mark it down for that.

Costiness=$25 Buy it at Atslopes

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Planet Express Logo t-shirt by Busted Tees

I’m a really big Futurama fan, I couldn’t understand the reasoning behind canceling it in the first place (look at the huge DVD sales and syndication across the globe, how couldn’t this show be making money) and was really happy to see the ‘movies’ and even happier to hear about the new episodes that are being shown in the US (right?) that haven’t made it to the UK but I’m sure I’ll find a way to see them. Planet Express has a pretty cool logo and this is one of those tees that I, as ‘that t-shirt guy’, would get a lot more respect for wearing from my friends than anything that Threadless or Design By Humans could ever print, but I guess that’s kind of the point of BustedTees.

Costiness=$20 Buy it at BustedTees

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The chances of you seeing me wearing this hoodie from 80sTees are on the lower end of ‘slim to none’, but that doesn’t stop me thinking that it’s awesome, and that it would be a good go-to for a costume if you only had a few hours notice for a fancy dress party. Can you imagine just walking down the street wearing this?

Costiness=$60 Available from 80sTees

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Lets form Voltron! by Local Celebrity [Review]

by Andy on September 29, 2008


What? Did I just manage to go a whole week without writing about a tee from Local Celebrity? I guess you could say the same thing about going a whole week without seeing a tee that was about Voltron!


Anyway, here we are with yet another Voltron tee that gets a lot more love from my friends than the usual arty stuff that I usually cover my unnecessarily-hairy torso with (you got a mental image of that? awesome!). As with the other Voltron tees I’ve reviewed from Local Celebrity, this one is fully licensed and features artwork that accompanied the show when it was first broadcast on television, which I think it almost a necessity in a culture that’s as otaku as anime people and tee people can be.


So, you’re looking at this tee and thinking, “hey, they’re printed it in a burnout-esque kind of style” or perhaps “I wonder how they got that vintage look?” Well, this tee is actually printed completely normally… except the print is on the inside. Unusual right? So, if you turn it inside out it looks like a regular t-shirt with the writing backwards, but I think that it gives it a good look, not necessarily a vintage look, but something reminiscent of a vintage look, which may or may not make sense to you. If you’re worried about having the print going directly onto your chest and the problems that you cause, you can’t feel the print at all, and the tee itself is super soft as well, in case you’d forgotten my gushingly positive reviews of their tee quality in the past.

Costiness=$27 Buy it at Local Celebrity

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According to the description:

scrappy was an old columbia studios character that failed. it’s like a mickey mouse human version

I’m not really a big fan of retro designs, but I like the story behind this, using a cartoon character that never caught the public’s imagination. Just colouring in the character’s hat and leaving the rest as outlines and background colour is pretty cool too. I’m not really sure if its available to buy, but the uploader has put the pic into the Independent T-Shirt Labels Pool on Flickr so its entirely possible that they made the tee themselves, so if you really want one just drop the user a message and you might be able sort something out.

Photo Credit: Scrappy by sbariniesto (the picture is ‘all rights reserved’ but hopefully me liking the tee will mean I don’t get an e-mail asking for the pic to be removed)

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