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joy division star wars t-shirt

In the run up to Star War Episode 1 being released in 3D next month (an event I’m sure no one will complain about ridiculous amounts as if George Lucas literally robbed them of a childhood) Might Fine have teamed up with LucasFilm to release limited edition designs that will be available for one week and one week only. This week (until Sunday 15th) they have the above Joy Division inspired design created by Reece Ward, who is of course no stranger to HYA or Star Wars. You can pick up this design as a tee for men or women for $25, or as a hoodie for $49.


Pixel M by Reece Ward at MySoti

by Andy on September 1, 2010

pixelated mickey mouse t-shirt

Pixelated tees are hardly a new concept, but that doesn’t stop this tee with a definitely-unidentifiable character on it from being really cool, good work Reece!

Costiness=£15.81 Buy it at MySoti


star wars t-shirt

There are a lot of Star Wars fans out there, and there are also a lot of graphic designers out there, and let’s presume that there is at least some overlap between the two. I assume that when Lucas Film call (or more likely e-mail) a designer and say “hey, make us a t-shirt” the designer gets pretty excited, and when they offer to pay them for the pleasure they get downright delirious, so I’m sure that Reece Ward is pretty happy to have another shirt landing on (presuming he’s a fan, of course), and pretty happy that it’s a good design.

Costiness=$19.99 Buy it at Star Wars Shop


star wars t-shirt

Reece Ward has been featured on this site quite a few times, and sometimes that was because he’d made a cool shirt that riffed on Star Wars, and judging from the amount of tees that Reece designed based on the galaxy far far away, you could tell he was a fan. It’s probably a dream come true for Reece that Lucas Film have asked him to create some legit Star Wars designs that don’t have to sit in that murky legal grey area known as “Parody-land”, and the above is the first in a series of tees that wil be released over the coming months. It is ridiculously geeky, but I kind of like it.

Costiness=$21.99 Buy it at the Star Wars shop


Love Is Blind by Reece Ward @ redbubble

by Andy on July 24, 2009


Clever stuff Reece, clever stuff.

Costiness=$24.34 Available from RedBubble

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202 Star Wars T-Shirts [Lists]

by Andy on July 16, 2009


I think that you’d be pretty hard pressed to find a series of movies that have gained as much of a following as Star Wars, and as you’d expect that has resulted in a huge amount of t-shirts being produced that reference the films in one way or another. So, being HYA, I thought that I’d better make an unnecessarily large list of them. As always, the t-shirts are not ranked, the numbers are merely there as an illustration so that we all know which is which, so being #1 or #202 means nothing. Some of these tees will be pretty recognisable as they’ve been featured on HYA before, and some were also in the 101 Robots List from last month, but if you know of any I haven’t featured then please let me know in the comments. The list has also been split up into pages to ensure swift loading times (my server may probably wouldn’t like people loading 202 pictures at a time).

As you would expect these lists take quite a long time (this one took about 30 hours, seriously), so if you deem it worthy, it would be fantastic if you could promote this article in any way. Twitter, Delicious, StumbleUpon, Digg, your own blog, carve the URL onto a tree, anything!

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99 Problems by Reece Ward at redbubble

by Andy on July 15, 2009


I don’t really listen to a lot of hip hop, and when I do it’s usually a unusual remix that I’ve stumbled upon on Hype Machine, but even I have been known to blast out 99 Problems (especially the ’99 Anthems’ Jaydiohead remix) when the moment strikes me. I get the feeling that I may need to explain this design to anyone that isn’t British. On the rare days when it is merely overcast and not raining us Brits (okay, we might occasionally get a bit of sun) will happily lick away at an ice cream, and a vanilla cone with a Cadbury’s Flake stuck in the top (amazingly, there is a semi-NSFW image in that google image search link if you have the safe search filter on ‘moderate’ or ‘off’) is known as a ’99’. I think that when I was young they cost 99p as well, but I severely doubt that is the case now. See, now it makes sense to everyone, and everyone thinks it’s funny, good work Reece!

Costiness=$24.14 Available from RedBubble



With all due respect to Reece Ward, because I like his stuff, I don’t think that this tee should have been given quite as much love as it has received, because it’s a cool idea but it feels like it’s just plonked onto the shirt, which I guess is a limitation of what you can do with a POD supplier (RedBubble in this case). However, the poster version would look good on the wall of any geek.

Costiness=$24.14 Buy the tee at RedBubble

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I thought that the e-mail from Reece about this tee was pretty funny, and since sharing is fun, here you go:

I’ve delved deep into my sole to create my latest t-shirt.

Not only have I decovered the meaning life, the universe and everything…

…but I’ve made a pretty t-shirt too.

I like the way that sentiment sums up this tee design as well, about corporations being like a new, shiny form of religion (what’s that, there’s something else I can queue up for outside the Apple store?), but I think the argument is somewhat crippled when its being sold on a t-shirt, although thats probably the post-modern point.

Costiness=$24.34 Tee Link


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