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Daily News & Tees for December 9th

by Andy on December 9, 2011

clockwork orange t-shirt

Apparently this Clockwork Orange t-shirt is referencing something that’s popular on YouTube I’ve never heard of, and judging from the comments on TeeFury today it’s not something I need to know about.


‘Infant Mutant Ninja Turtles’ from Qwertee is a concept that you would have thought someone would have picked up on a long time ago, and yet I don’t think I’ve seen it before.


Quite a nice Inception-based shirt from Nowhere Bad today.

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Dark Bunny Tees takes on Inception

by Andy on December 16, 2010

inception t-shirt

This morning I saw on Twitter that Dark Bunny Tees had released an Inception-themed t-shirt, but as I was just wasting time in a car park before a dental appointment I didn’t have time to investigate further, and when I came back to work this afternoon I couldn’t find the shirt anywhere on the Dark Bunny site. Intrigued, I headed back to their Twitter feed to find that it was on pre-order, so I think it’s being kept a secret on the main site, and just shared with fans on their Twitter and Facebook pages. I’m hardly surprised that Dark Bunny have made an Inception tee, it was my favourite film of the year and I’m sure that’s the case for a lot of other people too.

It’s being released in January, so I would assume that’s when you’ll be receiving the shirt if you were to order it now in this short pre-order window (it’s only available until Dec. 18th at midnight, GMT presumably), and as a reward for getting in on it early you’ll be paying £3 less than the usual rate of £15, which is a nice little saving.

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inception t-shirt

I went to watch Inception last week at the cinema and was totally blown away, I’m glad I didn’t wait for the Blu Ray because I don’t think even our 52 incher can handle the magnitude of awesomeness this film projects. Clearly, I enjoyed it, otherwise there’s no way I’d be posting this simple tee that only really makes sense to people that have seen the film.

As I was in the car park after the movie a group of people were walking past me talking about how confusing it was, really? Maybe it’s because I work on a computer all day so I’m used to following hierarchies of folder and things like that, but I thought that it was fairly easy to follow, was it really hard for any of you guys to get it?

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