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I can’t decide if Hirsute History are running out of people to immortalise in their hair-loving designs or if it’s cool that there are scientists popular enough to have tees made celebrating them.

Costiness= From $16.99 Buy it at Hirsute History


Neil deGrasse Tyson hits Hirsute History

by Andy on March 28, 2013

I’d never really considered that astronomer, physicist, and all-round ‘cool scientist’ Neil deGrasse Tyson had a recognisable look, but seeing this shirt has made me change my mind on that one.

Costiness= From $16.99 Buy it at Hirsute History






If I were the kind of person that was studying science I’d want that atom shirt all over my body right about now.



Post image for LOTS of New Tees, Hoodies, and More Over at Venus Fallen!

Venus Fallen added 33 new items into their shop, wow, what a selection of products AND styles. A wide variety including tees (of course), long sleeved crewnecks, pull-overs, hoodies, baseball tees, sweatshirts, belts, wallets, buttons – it’s a lot, I’m telling you! It was hard for me to pick only a few to show you, so go take a look in the shop for the whole selection.

Also, the popular and obviously fun Science Gives Me A Hadron tee (that was even shared by the one and only, George Takei) has been made into a zip-up, neat!

Keep in touch with Venus Fallen: Facebook, Twitter


Post image for Schrodinger x “Call Me Maybe” in a very unexpected t-shirt mashup.

I laughed and I didn’t even feel guilty about it.

Costiness=$24.99 Buy it at Skreened


Post image for Shaun of the Dead, Science, and Mad Men meets Portal, new in at 604Republic

We’ve seen the Mad Men and Shaun of the Dead shirts before on daily sites in recent weeks, so it’s quite cool to see them finding a more permanent home at 604Republic. The ‘Science > Beliefs’ shirt I believe is original artwork and I really like it, it’s one of those shirts that is a little bit controversial, but you can’t really disagree with the sentiment. The new shirts are $21 a piece and available now.


Post image for YOLO, Ron Swanson, Pavlov’s Cat and 20% off everything at Snorg this week

Pavlov’s cat is the winner for me this week at Snorg, the Ron Swanson shirt is good for a laugh, and I can’t see the YOLO shirt appealing to regular readers of HYA. The new shirts are $14.95 as usual, with 20% off everything else in store until Sunday.


Post image for Science and Star Wars restocks at Sneaky Studios

It’s not often that I’ll give a simple store restock much attention (unless it’s at Rigu, of course, in which case it is huge news), but I really like these designs from Sneaky Studios so I thought you guys would like to see it mentioned. Oh, and anyone that mentions the price (which is in NZD, FYI) in the comments will receive and overly long reply from me telling you to stop being so cheap.


funny unicorn hat

There’s nothing necessarily wrong with the tees at Snorg this week, they’re all perfectly well made, but they aren’t wowing me, and the ‘colour of the alphabet’ one makes me feel like they wasted a nice bit of type work on a silly joke. Tees are $14.95 this week going to $19.95 next week, girls that describe themselves as “so random” will need to fork out $29.95 for the hat.

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science is awesome t-shirt

Pretty rare that I’ll link to a shirt that is on sale at Zazzle (though we are in the process of testing the service at the moment, so be on the look out for that review), but this science loving shirt posted on Boing Boing looks really cool, and I liked that the top comment in the thread over there was how with it just being a hypothesis that it’s not a very scientific shirt at all.

Costiness=$27.95 Buy it at Zazzle


snorg tees

Three very wearable designs from Snorg this week, with my personal favourite being the gravity offering. They’re $14.95 this week, jumping up to $19.95 after that.


tshirt laundry may 7th releases

I had to look it up, but the Capitol City t-shirt is apparently a Hunger Games reference, I still haven’t seen the film, so I guess I’ll have to catch it on DVD now. The magnets shirt will appeal to science fans, but my favourite of the week is “let’s get weird” which sounds like a failed catchphrase from a late-90s sitcom. Pretty nice bunch from Tshirt Laundry this week.


Six new t-shirts from BustedTees

by Andy on February 24, 2012

science t-shirt

I think that my favourite shirt of the week at BustedTees is the science one, what about you guys?


big bang theory t-shirt

80sTees continue to impress me, they seem to be doing a lot more with their licenses than they used to. Any of you readers Big Bang Theory fans, I think that it might be a good subject for a list post, as ever, let me know if you want me to make it!

Costiness=$22 Buy it at 80sTees


doctor who science t-shirts

I say new, the bottom two have been featured on HYA before, so I assume that they have been released in a different colourway or maybe they were only on sale at the recent expo they exhibited at and this is the first opportunity to pick them up online. The Doctor Who t-shirt however I believe is ‘new new’, and mighty fine it is too. Personally I like the red version on the left, but both colourways are nice.

The shirts are NZD$50 and available now at Cuppa-T.


Daily Shirt Roundup October 19th

by Andy on October 19, 2011

doctor who portal t-shirt at teefury

‘Portal Who’ gotta love it when two popular geeky things collide on a t-shirt design. $10 today at TeeFury.

Definitely one of the better Shroedinger’s Cat t-shirts I’ve seen, well done Qwertee.

‘White Stripes’ is not a new design at Tilteed, but it’s good and it’s only $10 today, so that’s pretty cool.

Nice try, Shirt.Woot, but I’m still not going to wear Comic Sans.

Cool shirt from RIPT today, one for the Nintendo fans out there.

Vegetarian zombies, whatever next? TeeMinus24

‘Murder of Crows’ is on insaneetee at Uneetee, $14.99 instead of $24.99 today.

I didn’t understand this shirt originally (I think it must be an American phrase), but the back story is actually fairly interesting (it comes from slaves only working when their masters were around), check it out at 24tee.

I can’t decide if I’ve seen this Loviu shirt before, or if they’ve used the artist before and he has a consistent style, either way, nice shirt.


monsters of grok science t-shirts

I’ve been seeing Monsters of Grok being linked all over the place (initially at BoingBoing), but I didn’t realise that it was a venture by Jeremy Kalgreen, who many of us will remember from Amorphia and Wear Science, amongst other brands. All the designs on Monsters of Grok are famous band logos that have been modified so the name of a famous scientist is in place of band, and it’s is a brilliant concept for a t-shirt. I really like it, and I’m really proud of myself for not only knowing who the bands are, but also just about all of the scientists too!


Two new science tees at Cuppa-T

by Andy on August 24, 2011

science t-shirts

Really cool artwork on these shirts. One strange thing about this release is that they are Cuppa-T shirts, yet they’re being sold in something called the Sneaky Store. Still, I don’t mind where they come from, though it would be nice if they weren’t from New Zealand so that they could be a bit cheaper.

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science t-shirt

I looked at this design at TeeFury today and immediately recognised Adam & Jamie from Mythbusters at the top, and Kari Byron on the lower left, which made me think this was a Mythbusters shirt at first (by the way, how are there none of those around?) but then none of the other faces fit for the show, and there were too many. So it turns out this is just a generally science-y shirt and the other faces are (clockwise from top) Carl Sagan, Michio Kaiku, Beakman, and Bill Nye. So, basically, Kari Byron doesn’t really fit with this picture as someone that has brought science to the masses, whilst she will be a draw for some viewers of the show, Adam & Jamie are still the top dogs on Mythbusters. This point has been addressed in the artist interview though, with Bradleysmp stating that “this shirt is a thinly-veiled attempt to work Kari Byron into a design.” Fair enough!


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