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50+ Hunger Games T-shirts

by Andy on March 26, 2012

50+ hunger games t-shirts

The Hunger Games was one of the most anticipated movies of the year with some people describing it as ‘the new Twilight’ (in terms of popularity, and it opened this weekend at cinemas across the US to take in $150+ million in ticket sales, for the 3rd biggest opening weekend of all time(!). I know that the books are aimed at people slightly younger than me (I’ve taken seeing 16-18 year old girls reading it as a sign it may not be a book for me), but the movie certainly looks a lot more appealing than the Twilight series, and I’m definitely going to be checking it out.

I’ve seen and written about quite a few Hunger Games t-shirts in the daily roundup posts over the past few months so I thought I’d put together a nice and epic list of tees for you all to enjoy. With Hunger Games being a fairly new phenomenon I’ve found that a lot of the usual players haven’t yet caught onto it’s popularity, leaving the print-on-demand sites, most notably RedBubble (even though they have been removing copyright infringing designs lately), to lead the way in terms of apparel for fans of the series. I’m sure this situation will change in time and more brands will release Hunger Games t-shirts, and when they do I will try and update this list.

As ever with these lists, they do take quite a lot of time, so if you could be so kind as to share them with your buddies via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest or any other medium that would be truly fantastic. Enjoy!


1. Let’s kick things off with this ‘74th Annual‘ shirt from BustedTees – $20


2. “Keep Calm and Call Finnick” T-Shirts & hoodies by ReadingFever | RedBubble – £16.68


3. “The Hunger Games – Finnick, Katniss, Peeta, Johanna.” by mioneste | RedBubble -£16.68


4. “The Hanging Tree” T-Shirts & Hoodies by nellmeowmeow | RedBubble – £16.68


5. “The Pony Games” at WeLoveFine.com – $25


6. “I Am the Muppetjay” by bananna620 | RedBubble – £16.68


7. “Mellark Bakery”by PEZRULEZ | RedBubble – £16.26


8. “Cinna Panem Fashion (Black)” T-Shirts & Hoodies by PEZRULEZ | RedBubble – £16.26


9. T-shirt Laundry have a superb Hunger Games ‘Victory Tour’ t-shirt for $18.


10. “Gale Has Game” by 4everYA | RedBubble – £16.68


11. “Mellark Bakery” T-Shirts & Hoodies by FAMOUSAFTERDETH | RedBubble – £16.99


12. “District 13 Mockingjays” T-Shirts & Hoodies by Tom Ledin | RedBubble – £17.67


13. “Golden Mockingjay” by Happy Goat T-shirts – $10.99


14. “The Hob Trading” by PEZRULEZ | RedBubble – £16.26


15. “Anger Games” by pixhunter | RedBubble – £16.68


16. “Hunger Games Stay Alive” by mbecks114 | RedBubble – £16.68


17. ‘Mockingjay’ all-over print t-sihrt at Newbury Comics – $19.99


18. “The Hanging Tree” by ratgirlstudios | RedBubble


19. “Farewell District 12″ by FAMOUSAFTERDETH | RedBubble


20. “Tick Tock” by ashedgreg | RedBubble – £15.38


21. ‘I bread Peeta Mellark’ by alliecatisallama at MySoti – $24.96


22. “The Boy With The Bread” by Leah Price | RedBubble


23. “Mellark Baked Goods” by Joviana Carrillo | RedBubble – £15.38


24. “Everdeen Hunting Co-operative” by PEZRULEZ | RedBubble


25. Hunger Games ‘Steak’ t-shirt previously on sale at Tanga.com


26. “Hunger-lympics” by WinterArtwork | RedBubble – £17.38


27. “Stay Alive” by kt1171 | RedBubble – £16.68


28. “Fabulous The Capitol” by bananna620 | RedBubble – £16.68


29. District 14 Taco shirt formerly available at Shirt.Woot, unknown whether it is currently available elsewhere.


30. “Peeta Cares” by bananna620 | RedBubble – £16.68


31. “Everdeen’s Wild Game” by bananna620 | RedBubble – £16.68


32. “Peeta Has Croissants – Yellow” by 4everYA | RedBubble


33. ‘Team this is not Twilight’ by alliecatisallama at MySoti – $22.55


34. “Property of District 12″ by teddanza | RedBubble – £14.60


35. “District 1 Souvenir Shirt” by MeteorMuse | RedBubble – £16.68


36. “District 4 Souvenir Shirt” by MeteorMuse | RedBubble – £16.68


37. This fantastic design was previously available at TeeFury but I don’t know if it has turned up anywhere else since then.


38. “District 12 Souvenir Shirt” by MeteorMuse | RedBubble – £15.99


39. “District 11 Souvenir Shirt” by MeteorMuse | RedBubble – £16.68


40. “District 12 Miners” by pixhunter | RedBubble – £16.68


41. Fan made Experimental Jetset style design.

And now for a great series of tees by Rachel Thomas


42. “The Capitol” – £16.68


43. “District 1″ – £16.68


44. “District 2″ – £16.68


45. “District 3″ – £16.68


46. “District 4″ – £16.68


47. “District 5″ – £16.68


48. “District 6″ – £16.68


49. “District 7″ – £16.68


50. “District 8″ – £16.68


51. “District 9″ – £16.68


52. “District 10″ – £16.68


53. “District 11″ – £16.68


54. “District 12″ – £16.68


55. “District 13″ – £16.68


56. “The Districts of Panem” at BustedTees – $12.99


57. Here’s something a bit different, custom Hunger Games footwear.


58. There’s lots of official Hunger Games merchandise on Cafepress, to be frank most of it isn’t interesting.


59. “Career Tribute – District 1″ by PEZRULEZ | RedBubble – £16.26


60. “Career Tribute – District 2″ by PEZRULEZ | RedBubble – £16.26


61. “Career Tribute – District 3″ by PEZRULEZ | RedBubble – £16.26


62. This design (which I don’t believe is for sale yet) turned up on Reddit.


63. Funny fan-made shirt that another Redditor made for when they went to watch the movie.


64. Hungry Hungry Games at snorgtees – $19.95


65. Tributes by fishbiscuit at Tshirt Contest.


66. “Hunger Weapons” t-shirt at Blue Butter – $24


67. How-To: Hunger Games Mockingjay T-Shirt @Craftzine.com blog

That’s the list for now, I will be adding to it as more companies release their shirts to celebrate the books, and also a huge film (3rd biggest opening weekend of all time). I do hope to make the list less reliant on RedBubble shirts as I’d like there to be more variety, hopefully tee companies feel the same way. If you enjoyed the list please do share it around and let people know about it, or leave a comment, and if you know a good tee that I’ve missed from the list be sure to let me know about it in the comments, or via Twitter or Facebook.

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25 of the best t-shirts in the world

The list from FABNOB represents 25 of the best t-shirts that they’ve featured in their store over the past few years. I think it gives a bit of an insight into what Australians like on their tees, space, animals, and sunglasses!

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cat t-shirts

I was thinking to myself that I hadn’t seen an epic tee list from anyone for a while, and then I open Google Reader and Coty has gone and compiled a quite amazing list of 101 t-shirts all about our feline friends!

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bill murray t-shirt

I got an e-mail from RedBubble that showed their top five best sellers in certain categories (t-shirts, posters, prints, that kind of thing) and I thought that it would be interesting to share with you. I don’t know what order they should be in, I just know that these are the top 5 according to RedBubble themselves. Predictably, all the designs have a pop culture reference in them in one way or another, proving that if you want to make money on RedBubble, art is nice but a reference will get you everywhere.

I’m kind of disappointed to see this Bill Murray t-shirt in the top 5, not because I don’t like it (who doesn’t love Bill Murray?) but because it’s just a LiveTrace of a photo and the designer admits that they don’t know who the original photographer is, and I think that if I were the photographer I’d like to at least be asked before one of my images was used on a t-shirt.


If I complained about the Bill Murray shirt then you won’t be surprised to find that I have similar qualms about this Breaking Bad inspired ‘Los Pollos Hermanos’ t-shirt since it’s practically the same as the original design from the show with just a bit of distressing to it. It is a pretty cool logo though so I can see why people are buying it.


Pretty sure I’ve featured this “Time-y Wimey” Doctor Who design by Tom Trager before when it was on one of the daily sites, but clearly it has been popular on RedBubble as well.


Very nice Troy & Abed x Calvin & Hobbes mashup by MeganLara. I like this because the mashup isn’t just two random pop cultures items picked because they’re popular, but because they actually make sense together.


‘College of Winterhold’ is a design referencing Game of Thrones, and that’s about as much background as I can give you on it, but college style designs like this are always popular so it’s hardly surprising that this has made it to the top five for February.

I know that I often write about items on HYA that skirt the edges of copyright infringement quite frequently and don’t pull people up for it, but I feel that this case is slightly different to the usual since there haven’t been large enough changes to the images for it to be deemed fair use in my opinion. Let me know in the comments if you think my thoughts have missed the mark.

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valentines t-shirts

I’m such a romantic fella that I’m sure Mrs. HYA thinks that it’s Valentine’s Day every day (I let her go large at McDonalds wheneve she wants, chivalry is not dead my friends), but for many others that is not the case. I know this list is too late to save you if you’ve forgotten to get your lady/gentleman a present for today, but it’s still a really cool list from our friends over at Found Item Clothing.

Heart Attack: 50 T-Shirts For Valentine’s Day

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T-shirt news for January 26th

by Andy on January 26, 2012

star wars argyle t-shirt

Very nice argyle Star Wars t-shirt today at TeeFury.


Seems to me like this is the kind of design that Shirt.Woot should have been selling in the run up to Christmas.


RIPT drop a Milton Glaser-inspired Doctor Who t-shirt.


Harry Potter Muggle Ale shirt at Qwertee.


Those troublesome Tribbles are at Shirt Punch today.


Skyrim is the inspiration for this Nowhere Bad shirt.


I have no idea what the inspiration is for this design at The Yetee.


Star Wars meets Firefly today at OtherTees (who have a snazzy new site).


TeeRaiders have a Doctor Who design as well.


24tee go for the niche with one of the stars of the (surprisingly enthralling) King of Kong coin-op games documentary.


DBH love owls. On that subject, I saw a man walking down the street with an owl yesterday. Owls are great.


Hey look, Tilteed are selling one of their lesser seen designs again.


I have no idea what the kanji (presuming it’s Japanese) on this shirt says, so buyer beware at TeeMinus24.


Tee Gazette have put together their 10 favourite tees from the Storenvy marketplace for January.


Sock Monkee have released their Ampertastic Mr. Fox design as a print.


Adam over at IAMTHETREND busts six commonly held myths about his employer Storenvy.


Wrongwroks have released a parka with a faux fur trim.


Threadless have made some tees available to be put on Xbox avatars, and they cost about $1 each, but here’s the real kicker, if you want a hoodie you have to pay $2. They’re pixels, just because it costs double in real life doesn’t mean that they should cost double on the Xbox marketplace!


Glennz has made some more designs available as hoodies.


Mashable have a guide to building a strong online community around your brand.


Everything is on sale at Myth Clothing.


This Rihanna ‘thug life’ tattoo picture has been doing the rounds, but it’s her John Lennon t-shirt that interests me the most.


Here’s Katy Perry wearing a pretty cool hoodie (and I suspect a cool skull-based all over print t-shirt too).


Buy one get one free (on tees, not hoodies) at Eleven Eleven.


Typography Shop have put all their hoodies on sale.


Sehubabe have released a hoodie and t-shirt for Transardentes 2012 (a Belgian electro rock festival).


TanDan have been added as a brand store at A Better Tomorrow.

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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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Daily T-shirt Roundup for January 9th

by Andy on January 9, 2012

sloth goonies t-shirt

I’m not too excited by the Sloth & Crossbones Goonies shirt at TeeFury today, you?


Very cute illustration style on this Shirt.Woot tee, maybe this shirt will perk you up to stick with your New Year’s resolutions?


Not the kind of Star Wars t-shirt that I’d wear, but a pretty cool concept from RIPT nonetheless.


Can anyone explain to me why The Yetee are describing this felines as pizzacats?


Very cool Fantastic Mr. Fox inspired t-shirt at Shirt Punch today.


GraphicLab have a shirt that is a little lost on me, it’s a mashup of The Impossible Man from the Marvel universe and Magnitude from Community.


Star Trek inspired visual pun from TeeMinus24 today.


I’m fairly sure that this TeeRaiders design is the first Warehouse 13 shirt that I’ve seen.


Stupidhurts.us give this well worn phrase another run out.


OtherTees have a Doctor Who shirt that I’m sure I’ve seen before.


Qwertee make a connection between Portal and zombies.


We don’t have Fresca over here in the UK, so this 24tee shirt is wasted on me.


Cool new shirt at DBH today.



There’s a couple of new shirts up on pre-order at Goodjoe.


Loviu reiterate their ‘barbie is a slut’ stance.


Tilteed have their boomerang-based design up again.


Catch of the Day Tee have nothing for us, again.


Tee Gazette has an update on the Boston Tee Party event being held in the summer.


I saw this t-shirt on Flickr months ago and it’s taken me until now to remember to post it.

Co-Tee TV Episode 88: Moustardche, Javaboi Industries, and Hot Dogs from Coty Gonzales on Vimeo.

Coty has a new episode of Co-Tee TV up, featuring Moustardache, Javaboi Industries, and Hot Dogs.


The selection process may have been unscientific, but it’s nice to see HYA at the top (the position may or may not mean anything) of this list of the “21 Most Important t-shirt blogs of 2011.”


Tee Hunter take a look at the A Bathing Ape x Star Wars collection.


Fuel Your Creativity have an article about starting a clothing line with no money. It does make it all seems a little easy in my eyes, but there are worse stepping off points.


Here’s another t-shirt from PalmerCash I bookmarked ages ago but never got around to posting about.


2sickbastards have got up to 50% off their art prints until January 13th.


Snapback hats are now in store at Glamour Kills.


Did you know that howies was part of Timberland? I say was because as of the start of this year they bought themselves out and are now an independent business again.


Terratag‘s up to 50% off sale has hit it’s final week, ends on Friday.

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anchor t-shirts

To be honest, I don’t think that there has been a lot of call for a a list of t-shirts with anchors on them, but as I look through this list of 60 anchor-inspired t-shirts that Adam has put together, I realise that is is a really cool design element and that there are a fantastic shirts in the list, well worth checking out.

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9 Iconic Sweaters Drawn from Pop Culture

by Andy on September 4, 2011

inconic sweaters

Sure, you can’t buy these (at least not yet), but it’s still a really cool illustration showing some iconic sweaters from the worlds of cinema, TV and music. Weezer caught wind of this post by Found Item Clothing and mentioned it on their Facebook page, resulting in an avalanche of traffic for Travis. I’m sure this post on HYA won’t bring him similar internet fame, but hopefully you guys will enjoy checking out these lovely illustrations.

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summer t-shirts

Great idea for a list by IAMTHETREND. Whilst I wear a lot of black and gray t-shirts, summertime does call for something a bit brighter and fresher, and this list of 50 shirts has got a lot of freshness. They don’t even have to be summer tees, you can just look at this as a list of 50 really cool tees.

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angry birds t-shirts

I’m not an Angry Birds addict, I have a few of the free apps on my phone and I enjoy them, but I don’t obsess too much about getting three stars on every level. Games are meant to be fun, remember?

Tee Gazette has put together a great post listing some fun and clever Angry Birds t-shirts, they released the list back in February so there’s no guarantees that everything will still be in stock, but it is still worth checking out.

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tank tops

As I’ve mentioned in the past I’m not really a fan of tank tops, I don’t have a problem with other people wearing them, but despite having a mighty pair of guns I’m not too comfortable showing off the amount of Andy that a tank top would. Due to this, I don’t write about tank tops or vests all that often, so I was happy to see that Complex Mag had put together a quick list (in paginated gallery format, ugh) showing off their favourite 8 tank tops for summer. Their choices are a bit mainstream though, so if you’d prefer something a bit more indie check out Adam’s list of 60 tank tops he posted last year over at IAMTHETREND.

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List of Tri-blend t-shirts

by Andy on July 16, 2011

tri-blend t-shirts

One of my favourite kinds of tees is a tri-blend; they’re soft, they’re stretchy, they look great with a simple print, and they’re just generally very wearable. It was because of that that I introduced the logo outline tri-blend to the HYA shop, I only want to stock things there that I personally really like, and I am very proud of how that t-shirt turned out. Tee Spotter put together a list of tri-blend tees back at the start of the year that I’ve only just unearthed from my bookmarks. Unfortunately that means that more than a few of the shirts are now sold out, but the list is still well worth looking at.

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Travis, who designs and prints movie t-shirt at Found Item Clothing asked me if he could help contribute to the blog by writing a list, and of course I said yes, he’s written loads of great shirt lists (and other posts) over at It Goes to 11 and knows a lot about tees. This list was meant to be 10 items but Travis couldn’t stop himself and ended up with a great list of 26 Captain America t-shirts, now that’s the HYA spirit!

Marvel continues to churn out live-action film adaptions for its A-list characters. Thor debuted (to mixed reviews) in May, followed later in the same month by X-Men: First Class, which effectively rebooted the mutant franchise with a Cold War-flavored prequel that explored the Magneto and Professor X backstory (and subsequent schism).

Both, however, are likely to be overshadowed by Captain America: The First Avenger, which opens later this month (July 22nd, to be exact) and will provide the last bridge in the run up to next summer’s looming behemoth, The Avengers. (That film will pull together the team’s core members — the Hulk, Iron Man, Hawkeye, Thor, Nick Fury, and Captain America (natch) — for what promises to be an epic exercise in comic book filmmaking.)

To mark Cap’s big screen arrival, then, we’ve compiled a list of 25 26 topical tees that reference the character in some manner. As with all of our t-shirt compilations, we’ve tried to strike a balance; featured below are new designs, vintage cuts, licensed products, bootlegged spoofs, eBay deadstock, and the like.

These tees, mind you, are ranked in no particular order. Price and link included after the image…

1. The 8-bit meme shows no sign of abating. Pictured here, along with Cap, are three foundational members of The Avengers roster: Thor, Iron Man, Hulk.

Available for $25 at Mighty Fine, an L.A.-based imprint that pairs impeccable production values with clever graphics pulled from film, television, and comicdom.

2. Our second design parodies the Angry Birds phenomenon.

$24.94 at Buy this t-shirt at RedBubble.

3. Avengers assembled, with their leader at the fore. The composition of the team — Captain Marvel, anyone? — suggests that the art was purloined from a mid-’80s issue of the comic, but the tee itself was printed by Junk Food Clothing in a distressed fashion to lend it that vintage quality.

$30 at Buy this t-shirt at 80sTees.

4. An example of the increasingly popular costume print trend, only applied in this instance to a sweatshirt (hide those arms, yo…).

Note the detailing on the hood, which reproduces the eye holes from Cap’s mask and his so-called Eagle ears (but strangely eschews the “A”).

$60 at 80stees.

5. The quote can be attributed to Dwight E. Eisenhower, the celebrated military leader and 34th President of the United States, but the tee’s origins are otherwise murky (a story arc, perhaps?). Anyone with insights on this should chime in below…

Sourced via an image search on Flickr.

6. Dirty Harry’s signature catchphrase, repurposed here in tribute (we think) to Cap’s teenage sidekick, Bucky.

$23.94 at Redbubble.

7. Given that Captain America’s powers were acquired by way of a “super soldier serum,” one thinks this next design smacks of personal hypocrisy. Included here for the throwback art (dig that boombox there on the right) and the wink-wink, nudge-nudge copy on the product page.

$25 at Mighty Fine.

8. On a related note, our next design is a timely reminder that there’s more than one “America.” Hegemony is such a fickle muse…

$20 from the culture jammers at Buy this t-shirt at Headline Shirts.

9. Here’s Cap as the pitchman for Marvel Con 1976, which seems only apropos given the year’s historical significance (t’was America’s bicentennial anniversary). We’d like to think that this was probably a genuine design from back in the day, and reprinted of late to ca$h in on its retro properties.

$27.99 at Superhero Stuff.

10. A bit of self-awareness here, with original art from Kerry Gammill, Thomas Florimonte Jr., and Martin Thomas, noted Marvel contributors all.

Found at Flickr.

11. No list of Captain America tees would be complete without one featuring his arch foil, the Red Skull.

$21.99 at Superhero Stuff.

12. Shrink-wrapped deadstock — a ringer, no less — from 1975…

Listed on eBay and likely sold before this goes to post.

13. Cap’s (fictional) microbrewery reworks the Fosters logo to clever effect (and calls into question his message from shirt #7).

$24.94 at Redbubble.

Cap tip (pun totally intended, booyah): Shirtoid, a growing archive of tees inspired by geek and sci-fi culture.

14. A new design from Mighty Fine (one of several in fact), conceived in homage to the iconic work of the celebrated graphic stylist, Saul Bass.

$25 at Mighty Fine.

15. The iconic Arm & Hammer trademark gets reworked here as a Cap & Thor mash-up.

$24.94 at Redbubble.

16. But where, pretell, are the red boots?

$25 at Mighty Fine.

17. A montage of spandexed superstars, in this case quite literally.

$24.94 at Redbubble.

18. These colors don’t run.

$25 on eBay.

19. A well-executed spoof that acknowledges the United States’ neighbors to the north.

$20 at Buy this t-shirt at Busted Tees.

20. A throwback sketch of our hero, complete with stoic countenance.

$15.95 at Superhero Stuff.

21. Cap’s shield, fractured. Embedded within are pulpy images borrowed from the comic strip.

$25 at Mighty Fine.

22. An artifact from the ’70s, complete with notebook paper. The artwork is thought to be that of Jack Kirby, one of Marvel’s most famed illustrators, writers and editors from the era.

Currently $8.99 on eBay.

23. Nerd alert: this next shirt is an out of print design from a 2007 promotion exclusive to comic book retailers.

Currently $10 on eBay.

24. Distributed at the 2010 Comic Con to build awareness for the film’s panel, this Camp Lehigh tee is also out of print swag with a clever twist.

We can’t decode the reference with total certainity, but Camp Lehigh, according to comic book lore, was the setting for Cap’s first encounter with his sidekick, Bucky. We also believe that its on-screen counterpart houses the experimental research program that turns Steve Rogers (Captain America’s civilian identity) into his titular, alter-ego.

The detailing, along with the olive drab tone, is clearly designed to convey an Army-issued authenticity (and it does so rather effectively).

Back detail:

Currently $24.83 on eBay.

25. This last design, the punningly titled “Fighting Crime Doesn’t Pay,” imagines what might happen if our superheroes lost their livelihoods.

$20 at Buy this t-shirt at Threadless.

26. Lastly, the original cover art from the inaugural issue of Secret Wars, Marvel’s massive crossover event, which places the Captain front and center.

$19.50 at Amazon.

Thanks for reading this post and props to Andy for providing us with the forum. List your faves below!

Watch the trailer for Captain America: The First Avenger below!

Thanks again for the post Travis, you’re welcome to post any time!

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portal t-shirt

I put that little bit at the end of the title so that people on Twitter didn’t click on the link and get their hopes up expecting to see a massive list of Portal tees. With it being Portal of course, I could just do the first ten then use a portal to take me straight to the hundredth tee.

Best Tshirts Ever (who seem to be setting themselves up for a lot of hard work with that name), have put together a list of some cool Portal tees, some of which have appeared on HYA, some of which haven’t, so why not hop over there and check it out.

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aboveEarth space collage t-shirt

Just for a change Chop Shop have released another silhouette collage, this time showing twenty-three historic missions into space. My eye was immediately drawn to SpaceShipOne at the bottom of the collage (labelled 04) because I thought it hadn’t been into space, but apparently it has, achieving the first ever privately-funded journey into space back in 2004. It’s a pretty cool design and I’m pretty sure that all you science-y readers out there will like it. Oh, and of course, this shirt was released on Tuesday because it was the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin making the first manned spaceflight.

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More than 100 Doctor Who T-shirts

by Andy on April 14, 2011

doctor who t-shirts

Hide Your Arms has gained something of a reputation for creating epic t-shirt lists and obsessing over films and TV shows to find t-shirts. When it was first suggested to me that I write a list of Doctor Who t-shirts (if you have an idea for a list send it in) I thought that it might be a tough ask since I don’t watch the show. I don’t have anything against it, I just already spend too much time watching TV shows, though since practically everyone says it’s good I probable should give it a go. Still, since the fans, or at least one fan, wanted a list of Doctor Who t-shirts, I made it my mission to hunt them down.

As you’ll find in the list there are quite a lot of good Dr. Who t-shirt designs out there, but nowhere near as many as with Star Wars, which is hardly surprising considering the popularity gap between the two, so I haven’t been able to create a list on the epic scale of the 200 shirts in the Star Wars list, but I think the current 119 designs is still fairly sizable. It’s also quite telling that many of the designs riff on the same themes, which suggests to me that Doctor Who designs haven’t been explored too deeply by the more creative t-shirt designers out there. You’ll also notice that a lot of shirts come from a few different retailers, which is frustrating for me since it looks like I’ve only looked in a handful of places, but the truth is that I’ve searched long & wide and not come back with many stores that sell Dr. Who t-shirts. Whether this means we will see more in the future (or that I have simply not discovered a treasure trove of excellent designs), who knows.

As ever, these lists take an awfully long time to put together, so if you would like to share the list with anyone via Twitter, Facebook, StumbleUpon, Delicious etc. I would be very grateful, your sharing keeps new people visiting the site, and that in turn means that I am able to keep writing them.

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x-men t-shirts

That title is probably a giveaway that this isn’t another epic HYA list that I drive myself crazy writing for several days, made far too long and has many errors in it, that I then flog within an inch of it’s life trying to get other people to blog/tweet/facebook about it. This list is actually enjoyable to read, to me at least, since it clearly doesn’t take itself too seriously and has some fun X-Men t-shirts in it (like the on above, which was photoshopped, then turned into a real t-shirt design).

Check out the full list over at Found Item Clothing’s Blog.

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iamthetrend spring broke list

It’s seeing things list this that make me think I’ve got to stop being so damn lazy. Adam over at IAMTHETREND has put together a HUGE list of more than 50 clothing companies, all of which are offering exclusive discounts today (and almost all today only) that range from 15% off to a whopping 60% off. There’s a lot of brands on the list that I’ve talked about in the past, so you’ll definitely want to check it out.

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