Slow Hands or Creepy Hands?

While I was checking out the latest RANDR Tees design, Gargoyle, another T-Shirt caught my eyeballs. The shirt is called Slow Hands, but it might as well be called Creepy Hands because that’s what it is…slightly creepy! The shirt is eye-catching, that’s for sure and would be a definite conversation piece. If you take a close look, you’ll see that the right hand is reaching for the heart, while the left hand is reaching for the junk. God, I love this T-Shirt.

Slow Hands is available now from RANDR Tees for $25.

This Is Spinal Tape

Looking for some interesting packing tape? This is the roll for you. Brought to you by the fine people over at BustedTees. And of course, while you’re there you can even buy a T-Shirt or two!

It’s also useful for those of you that simply like to put tape on your bodies. Are you one of those?

This Is Spinal Tape is available now from BustedTees for $8. Click on the Fun Stuff category to find it.

Arquebus Clothing: Don’t Give Up The Ship

The guys over at Arquebus Clothing recently got a hold of me to let me know of their latest release: Don’t Give Up The Ship. Upon first inspection, I was really drawn to the large type and styling of the new tee. In fact, I actually took the next step of exploring what the rest of their T-Shirt designs looked liked. Lo and behold, the rest of the line was awesome. The line sort of reminded me a bit of 410BC crossed with Random Objects – and that’s a good thing because both are brands that I love. My favorite from the bunch is the wonderful An Idea is Salvation by Imagination design. I really dig the colorway of this particular shirt as well as the quote by renown architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Did you know that I have a framed photo of Fallingwater hanging in my room? Yup.

The Arquebus Clothing designs featured below as well as a bunch of other awesome tees can be found at the Arquebus Clothing online shop and are priced at $20 a piece.

Shirt Detects When You’re Being Poisoned (or Drunk)

Now this is pretty rad. Warning Signs is a new type of T-Shirt designed by New York University students, Nien Lam and Sue Ngo. It is designed to detect the presence of large amounts of Carbon Monoxide. I can see it being useful if you ever find yourself stuck in your car inside of an enclosed garage, but I fear that at the point the warning sign may be a bit moot. In the video below, you can see the “veins” in the heart below turn to a light blue color in the presence of large amounts of carbon monoxide. The duo also say that they are working on a T-Shirt that will detect when you’ve had a bit too much to drink. I’d buy that shirt.

“Warning Signs is a visualization of the pollution that exists invisibly all around us. When the wearable senses carbon monoxide, the piece subtly changes color and pattern to indicate higher levels of carbon monoxide in the atmosphere to the wearer and those around him or her. This piece was designed and created by Nien Lam and Sue Ngo.”

Fingetica

So Live Fast Apparel is a brand new brand based in the UK and they’ve got barely a MySpace and just two tees in their Big Cartel shop. What they do have, however, is Fingetica. I actually think that the print on the shirt is a tad too big and the sketch style not quite my taste. Nonetheless, I just had to post this tee here because of its name – Fingetica. It’s an obvious play of the popular Helvetica font. I found myself saying Fingetica a lot today simply because of this shirt. The execution of the shirt might not be all that great, but, the name of the shirt is brilliant. You can pick up Fingetica from Live Fast Apparel for £10.

Fingetica

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

Evasion by Oiseau

The latest tee from out friends over at Tilteed is … a bit scary! I’m sure it’s one of those tees with deep meaning, but man, does it freak me out! I mean, that head looks almost corpse like. If I were still taking Anatomy, I’d wear this shirt to class every day. Okay, maybe not everyday but a lot. This shirt seems almost Hitchcockian in theme and style. I can feel the tension, dark undertones and identity issues often seen in those classic Hitchcock films just by looking at this tee.

Evasion is available now from Tilteed and is printed on a silver American Apparel tee. It’s available for $12 but you can save $2 by using the coupon code “TILTCOTY” at checkout!

Evasion available at Tilteed

410BC Fall 2009 Collection

410BC is back with their Fall 2009 Collection and it’s their most impressive to date. It seems that with each release 410BC shows growth and maturity. You can definitely see how far they’ve come since Skate Wolf! This new line is probably the darkest collection yet, albeit in a very subtle way. A lot of anatomy references, which I don’t mind at all.

Along with the traditional tees they’ve got a varsity jacket, button-up dress shirt and a cardigan to compliment the collection. The release date for the Fall 2009 410BC Collection is set for August 7th.

410bc

410bc

410bc

410bc

Human Anatomy Patchwork

You’ll always find something when perusing Etsy, like this handmade patchwork human anatomy shirt! Man, was the second halfof that first sentence a mouthful. Like most other things at Etsy, this shirt is a DIY project done by Etsy member, takeahalliday. And according to the product page, it “is perfect for wearing with leggings, jeans, or if you’re really daring, by itself!” Interested? It’ll set you back a cool $70. I’m thinking that this is one of those “statement” shirts. 

Human Anatomy Patchwork

Human Anatomy Patchwork