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Pretty good week from Snorg

by Andy on June 25, 2013

I wasn’t too impressed last week with the offerings from funny t-shirt company Snorg, but this week things are looking much brighter, huzzah!

Shirt $14.95 this week as usual, raising to $19.95 next week.


Long time readers will be aware that I’m a big fan of Blade Runner, though I probably haven’t watched it for a couple of years, so I was really happy to see this minimal Spinner t-shirt on sale at Super7. Here’s their blurb for it:

From the not-so-distant future of 2019 comes one of the most iconic vehicles in film history: the flying SPINNER car!

Inspired by the concepts of Syd Mead as realized in the seminal science fiction classic BLADE RUNNER, the SPINNER DESIGNER T-SHIRT has been uniquely rendered with the blue of the car and the blue of the shirt merging together to create one stylish design. Whether you are on the ground ordering noodles on soaring past monolithic billboards in the sky, the SPINNER shirt is sure to turn heads (and tortoises).

Available in Human sizes small thru 2XL.
(Nexus-6 sizes have been retired.)

$30 each
Available NOW!


Soooo, Jurassic Park was released in 1993, TWENTY YEARS AGO, anyone else feel old right now?

It’s good to hear from Santa Carla Boardwalk because I do like their concept of ‘in-world’ movie t-shirts, I know there are other people that do it but I am a bit of a sucker for this style when it comes to po culture tees. They’ve also updated their website with a fresh new look that I like, mostly because they appear to be using the same theme for their website that I am with the HYA shop, great minds think alike!

Costiness=£16 Buy it at Santa Carla Boardwalk


I haven’t actually seen Drive yet, but I do really like that Back To The Future design, and the rest of this bunch aren’t half bad either.


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There’s nothing wrong with this design, I just don’t know why they’ve decided to release it, surely the ship has sailed (sorry…) when it comes to t-shirts based on Cast Away?

Costiness=€19.95 Buy it at Dr. UEEE


See, now this is how you make a movie-inspired shirt.

Costiness=£18 Buy it at Last Exit to Nowhere


Two new designs inspired by the movies “Creature from the Black Lagoon” and “Faster Pussycat Kill!Kill!” are available at Malgusto. They are currently on a preorder offer of €12,95 until March the 7th. After that period they’ll be released at the price of 17,95€.

Andy: Thanks for the submission!

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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.


rambo plastic army man t-shirt

If I had a 3D printer (and I’d really like one) this would probably be the first thing I’d make. I’m pretty amazed it doesn’t exist already, which seems to be a theme with imaginary items on Glennz shirts.

Costiness=$21.95 Buy it at Glennz


Post image for Die Hard, Halo, Django, and the Walking Dead t-shirts at BustedTees this week

If you’re wondering why the Die Hard shirt says “Mister Falcon” instead of the rather more well known and more NSFW version, it’s because in the edited for TV version that is the word phrase that was dubbed over the original. The more you know!



1984 doublethink t-shirt

Am I the only person that rolls their eyes when their ‘political’ friend references 1984 when talking about something happening today? We get it, you watched a movie and probably read half the book, now you’re Che Guevara.

Costiness= From $16.99 Buy it here


retro star trek t-shirts

These have been out for a while but I’m just seeing them now, but I guess that with them being based on retro poster art, and the original iteration of Star Trek that being a few weeks late posting about them isn’t too big of a deal. Really nice designs from Juan Ortiz, I love this retro style that is so popular at the moment. Shirts are $25 a piece and available now.


walley world national lampoons t-shirt

I know that National Lampoon’s movies are held dear to the hearts of American’s, much more so than those of us in the UK, but you guys know I’m a sucker for tees that treat fictional things as if they were real, so I just had to post this “Walley World” t-shirt from 80sTees. Oh, adn FYI, Walley World is a real place.

Costiness=$22 Buy it at 80sTees


welovefine x transformers t-shirts

Impressive selection of winners from WeLoveFine’s design contest for Transformers, a couple of the tees look like the kind of thing you’d expect to be Transformers merchandise (not a bad thing, necessarily), but I think that the ‘Vitruvian Prime’ design was a worthy winner of the $1,000 grand prize.


Post image for Be more like Bond with Daniel Craig’s Barbour Jacket from Skyfall

If you are a proper English country gentleman you have a Barbour jacket, the older and smellier the better from the looks of most people I see wearing them, but eagle-eyed viewers may have noticed James Bond / Daniel Craig wearing a Barbour jacket in Skyfall last year, and the very same jacket, a collaboration between Barbour and someone I’m not cool enough to have heard of called Tokihito Yoshida, is to be released at the end of this month for the fashionista-friendly price of £399.

It doesn’t really appeal to me (I’m fairly attached to my Patagonia outerwear), but since it’s already sold out at End Clothing (without one even been shipped) it’s a fair to say that it will be well sought after and probably even collectable.


last exit to nowhere coupon code

I don’t know how long this Last Exit to Nowhere coupon code will last but I get the feeling it won’t be forever so it’s probably a good idea to use it before you lost it. SALE15 gets you 15% off at the checkout.


Post image for ‘Ugly Christmas’ style t-shirt inspired by National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation at Santa Carla Boardwalk

That might be the longest title I’ve written all year!

‘Ugly Christmas Sweater’ style designs seem to have been getting a lot of action this year, more so than last year, so I assume that there is demand out there for them. I think that as a meme it’s actually quite neat, it does at least require some skill when you compare it to something like Keep Calm where all you have to do is find the right font and you’re good to go with any half-baked concept.

Costiness=£18 Buy it at Santa Carla Boardwalk

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Post image for Fantastic Monty Python collage shirt at Chop Shop

I must be honest and say that I haven’t actually seen the whole back catalogue of Monty Python, I’ve watched bits here and there and know about the major things they’ve done, but quite a lot of the references on this epic collage tee from Chop Shop are a mystery to me. I’m sure it will look pretty great to the hardcore fans though.

Costiness=$23 Buy it at Chop Shop


Four new shirts at BustedTees this week

by Andy on November 9, 2012

Post image for Four new shirts at BustedTees this week

I’m just going to geek out over that Shining inspired shirt for a second. The image they’ve used for the graphic is actually of the Timberline Lodge in Oregon (where parts of the movie were filmed), but the actual inspiration for the film was The Stanley Hotel which is in Colorado (they have the film on a continuous loop on channel 42 in the guest rooms), I can’t decide which building they should have used on the tee, but it’s pretty cool either way. Solid week of design at BustedTees.


Post image for Star Trek T-Shirt Design Contest Winners Revealed at

If you’re wondering why so many of these Star Trek t-shirts have Uhura on them, Nichelle Nichols was one of the judges of the contest, which probably explains it. Still, it’s good to see more well-designed Star Trek shirts out there since it does seem to be an area that is sorely lacking considering how popular the series has been in it’s various iterations.

Buy these Strak Trek t-shirts at


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