Zombie Liquorice Contest Winner Announced

Thanks to everyone that submitted their favorite horror movies of all time and thanks again to Zombie Liquorice for sponsoring this giveaway! Do you want to know who won? Only one way to find out – watch the video! The winner will take home this Bone Ranger tee designed by Dan Mumford for Zombie Liquorice!

Zombie Liquorice

I’m Getting Too Old For…

Growing up in the 80′s, my mom loved the Lethal Weapon series of movies, though I think she secretly watched it just to see Mel Gibson. Nonetheless, I had my share of Lethal Weapon re-runs on HBO and TNT and playbacks on VHS. More recently, she purchased the entire Lethal Weapon collection on DVD. My mom is progressive so that means she’ll probably be picking up the series once more on Blu-ray in the next 2-3 years. Did I mention that she already owns the movies in both VHS and DVD formats?

Anyhow, check out this shirt from Crispy Tees, a joint venture from the guys collectively known in the T-Shirt and design communities as The Black Axe. The shirt features Roger Murtaugh (Danny Glover) with a twist to his usual catchline. Too Old For This Shirt is printed on an American Apparel blank and is available now from Crispy Tees for $18.00.

Too Old For This Shirt

Too Old For This Shirt

Hello: Word Bubble

So the word bubble has seen a resurgence of sorts with the explosion of Web 2.0 design elements. You do not have to look far to see the word bubble incorporated into brand logo. Heck, I’ve even used it for Co-Tee TV! But this shirt from Endangered Wear takes the word bubble to the next level. Seriously, to the next level.

Hello is limited to a print run of 50 and is printed on a red American Apparel tee. You can pick one up today from Endangered Wear for $17.99.

Hello by Endangered Wear

Hello by Endangered Wear

Product Placement by Josh Eacret

So I just got through watching the newest episode of The Totally Rad Show (I’m a huge fan) and I couldn’t help but notice the shirt that Dan Trachtenberg had on. A little Google voodoo-ery and I was able to track down the shirt that sparked my interest. It’s called Product Placement and it was designed by Josh Eacret for Dutch Southern. This turned out to be a pretty cool find since Dutch Southern produces excellent T-Shirts that parodies some of my favorite movies.

When I first saw the shirt, I thought it was a rip off of the popular Spoilt shirt from Threadless and designed by Olly Moss. But on closer inspection, I couldn’t figure out any of the movies. It turns out, the individual illustrations are fictional logos/brands from movies, and hence the name, Product Placement. Brilliant! I don’t want to spoil the shirt for those of you that want to try and figure out what logos came from what movies so I won’t mention any of the movies featured on the shirt. Instead, if you’d like to know the entire run down of the products and the movie that they are taken from then definitely check out the product page at Dutch Southern. And while you’re there, you can pick up Product Placement for $19.

Watch Episode 131 of The Totally Rad Show (the one with this shirt) below!

Product Placement

The Cubicle Project Part 1

So, I’m super stoked that during the past year of T-Shirt blogging I’ve received tons of T-Shirts to review for both my blog and on Co-Tee TV. But, I’ve been running out of space in my small apartment since packages have just been piling while the-Shirts keep coming (I’ve got not complaints when it comes to the last part of that sentence).

In the hopes of getting organized, I’ve assembled a little 3×3 cubicle that I’ll be using to store and organize T-Shirts that have been sent to me, have been reviewed and ones that still need to be reviewed.

The cubicle itself was easy enough to put together. I picked up a Closet Maid branded cubicle from Target for a little under $40. And it took me about 20 minutes to assemble.

In this video you see that just a few of the cubicles are filled with tees. Well, I’ve only gone through and inventoried just 1/4 of shirts that I have sitting around apartment. Also I share with you a random a picture that mysteriously ended up in one of the cubicles and also some Beatles stuff.

In Part 2 I’ll show you the cubicles filled (to the brim) and how I inventoried the tees. Until then, enjoy!

Classified: Human

Some of you might remember the Human Ingredients shirt that I posted a few weeks ago. Remember I complained about it being a bit messy looking? Well, it turns out that someone had previously done a similar shirt and guess what – it looks much nicer and a ton neater! Here is RedBubble arttist, animo’s take on the Human Ingredients shirt:

Ingredients

Ingredients

And while I was perusing her store I noticed a couple of other tees that caught my eye, including Classified: Human. This shirt is so uber geeky cool, I love it! I would have definitely put it on my 101 Science T-Shirts list if I had seen it before!

Classified: Human

A Messy Shirt by Brother Adam

I think the product description of this shirt summarizes it nicely: Neat symbolism for a messy practice!

I won’t go into more detail than that. But if  you’re still confused as to what this shirt is hinting at then you might want to google the name of this shirt. The design is called Bukkake and it is available at Adam de la Mare (Brother Adam) RedBubble store. $25.93 is all you’ll need to give up to get your hands on this shirt.

Bukkake by Brother Adam

Celebrate Talk Like A Pirate Day

Well, this post is about two days too late! But arrghh, who cares! The world would be a better place anyway if every day was Talk Like A Pirate Day! Maybe not. So it might no longer be September 19 (official Talk Like A Pirate Day) but that doesn’t mean you can no longer pick up this shirt. In fact, quite the opposite is true. You can pick up Omnitarian’s Corsair Class from Fair & Bare now for just £16. And hey, think of it this way: buy this shirt now and you’ll be super ready come September 19, 2010.

Talk Like A Pirate

And for those of you who are entirely confused about this holiday, here’s what Wikipedia had to say:

International Talk Like a Pirate Day (ITLAPD) is a parodic holiday created in 1995 by John Baur (Ol’ Chumbucket) and Mark Summers (Cap’n Slappy), of Albany, Oregon,[1] U.S., who proclaimed September 19 each year as the day when everyone in the world should talk like a pirate.[1] For example, an observer of this holiday would greet friends not with “Hello,” but with “Ahoy, me hearty!” The holiday, and its observance, springs from a romanticized view of the Golden Age of Piracy. The holiday is a major observance in the religion of the Flying Spaghetti Monster.

Hello, I Am iSteamMac

Now, if you were a fan of the iSteamPhone shirt designed by Kevin Tong earlier this year then you’ll absolutely love the iSteamMac. Kevin Tong once again delivers a wonderful illustration with his exploded Mac design, in his familiar steampunk / da Vinci style. This 2-color oversized design is a welcome addition to the exploded family of shirts that mashes up an existing exploded tee, the Exploded 128 by Garry Booth.

If you admire the work of Leonardo da Vinci then this tee might be for you. If you’re a Macintosh fan then this shirt is yet another must have. And if you’re a steampunk fan or builder than this tee would look great while you work on your real life steampunk Mac!

The iSteamMac is available now as a T-Shirt for $20 and as a 18″ x 24″ print. The shirts are printed on American Apparel blanks so you can expect the quality to be top notch.

iSteamMac by Kevin Tong

iSteamMac by Kevin Tong