Link, the Hylian teenager, might not have his own Facebook profile (or does he), but you can still Like Link buy picking up this T-Shirt from Don’t Blink Tees. I mean, seriously, this protagonist of Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda series has been around since the 80′s. The least you could do is Like the guy.
Joss Whedon fans unite! Here are 10 of the greatest Whedonverse characters on one shirt. Were you insane for Buffy The Vampire Slayer? Did you cry foul when Firefly was cancelled? Did you rejoice when Serenity was released? Did you fall down in tears when it was announced that Whedon would direct The Avengers? If you said yes to any of those questions then this is the T-Shirt for you. Show you support for your favorite sci-fi writer!
Joulethief put together an awesome mock Where’s Waldo movie trailer featuring a Jason Bourne like Where’s Waldo. Pretty nifty! Of course, if you enjoyed that trailer than you’ll absolutely adore We Got Him by Nicholas Roberts.
The last time I blogged about Old Navy I was a bit of a grammar Nazi. But we’ll let the past be the past. I’ve long been a fan of Old Navy. I think I bought my first pair of Old Navy jeans in the seventh grade. I’ve upgraded to Levi’s since then, but I still love a good pair of Old Navy shorts and Old Navy and GAP solid color tees have long been a part of my wardrobe arsenal. Now it looks like they’ve upgraded their basic tee to the new Old Navy Best-Tee (I wonder if Threadless will get mad). The best part is they’ve got Mr. T to promote it.
Universe famous actor Mr. T and world renowned Old Navy have teamed up in this brand new infomercial, not yet released to the public. Mr. T’s bestie, dazzling actress Anna Farris, was having major tee troubles. Luckily, it’s Best-Tee to the rescue!
The new Old Navy Best-Tee has been totally reinvented to be the greatest, softest, best-fitting t-shirt in the history of everything. Don’t believe us? Well, think again. Check out these infomercials we made explaining why:
I love these mock informercials! They’re sort of a mashup of those silly Old Spice Man commercials and Threadless’ Ten Buck Tony. Mr. T is awesome as always. Side note: why is it that Mr. T doesn’t seem to age? Anna Farris is actually quite funny in these commercials as well. They picked the best comedian to show off the curve enhancing new Best-Tee.
This is an obvious attempt at Old Navy trying to go viral through the use of social media. The commercials have only been online for 5 days and they already have over 100,000 views each. In comparison, one of Old Spice Man’s videos on YouTube has a staggering 40 million views. Let’s see if Old Nave can achieve THAT kind of online notoriety!
Like triangles? Love Ugmonk? If you said yes to at least one of those two questions then you will (you should at least) adore Mountains from Ugmonk. This is actually a re-released design from the Minimal Series released by Ugmonk last spring. The design is highlighted by a new colorway and is now available in hoodie form.
These Superman Caped Knee High Socks from 80sTees is so bad that they’re awesome. Seriously, if you’ve got the audacity to use these socks (of course, with shorts not long pants) then you’ve earned a pair of thumbs of up from me. There really isn’t much more to be said about these.
And if you’re amongst the die-hard group of people that will dig these socks then you probably will love Justice League: Doom, the latest DC Animated movie. Justice League: Doom is available now from Amazon for $18.99.
Today Apple unveiled The New iPad (for all intents and purposes it’s the iPad 3). The updated iPad features an upgraded rearside camera that some have said will revolutionize how we document our lives (I think the iPhone already did that), iPhoto (a welcome core app addition), and the mythical Retina display (we all knew it was coming).
With all the excitement behind the The New iPad, I sit here and watch the keynote and can’t help but think of Steve Jobs. I can’t help but think of what Steve Jobs would have thought about this iPad, how he would have unveiled it, and what he thought of its stripped down name. The iPad looks to be another excellent update to what has become arguably Apple’s flagship product. I’m just sad that Steve Jobs wasn’t here to see it come to fruition.
Keep that goal of yours close to you and write it on your sleeve. Literally, write it on your sleeve. Don’t feel like ruining a perfectly good T-Shirt? Try a GoTee Shirt from Betabrand. Once you receive your T-Shirt all you need is a goal in mind and a sharpie.
“The GoTee is more than a rugged crew shirt. It’s an entertaining excuse for you to accomplish something — anything. Like climbing a mountain. Or eating a mountain of Rocky Mountain oysters. Or painting a porpoise portrait. Or perhaps teaching a porpoise to paint portraits.”
I admit that I’ve just jumped on the Jeremy Lin bandwagon. I’ve seen the highlights and I have even sat through a game and watched him play. He is the truth. The only question now is whether or not he can play alongside Melo. We will see. Jeremy Lin is primed to become the first ever bonafide Asian-American NBA superstar. You’ve got my support, buddy.
It’s not just a black rectangle. No. It’s an homage to the Black Fax. Confused? Here you go, courtesy of Wikipedia.
“The term black fax refers to a prank fax transmission, consisting of one or more pages entirely filled with a uniform black tone. The sender’s intention is typically to consume as much of the recipient’s fax ink, toner or thermal paper or disk space as possible, thus costing the recipient money and/or denying the recipient the use of their machine (this is similar to computer-based denial of service attacks). This is made easier because the fax transmission protocols compress the solid black image very well, so a very short fax call can produce many pages.
Black faxes have been used to harass large institutions or government departments, to retaliate against the senders of junk faxes, or merely as simple pranks.
The basic principle of a black fax can be extended to form a black fax attack. In this case, one or more sheets are fed halfway through the sender’s fax machine and taped end to end, forming an endless loop that cycles through the machine. Not only can solid black be used, but also images which will repeat endlessly on the receiver’s machine until his or her toner runs out.”