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Issue #47 designed by Siggi Eggertsson and available at T-Post.Pros: Amazing attention to detail on these shirts, inside the shirt you have a printed editorial and on the front you have the artist interpretation of the editorial. T-Post uses American Apparel blanks so you know that I love the fit and feel and the softness. The tees are tagless for itch free comfort. The designer info accompanies the editorial and is printed on the inside of the tee. T-Post tees are unique and one of a kind.Â Cons: No ordering of back issues at T-Post. You need to “subscribe” to T-Post in order to receive future issues in the mail. Luckily, you only get charged when a new issue is released rather than having to order a years worth of issues (tees).Â Price: 19 EUR ($28 US).
Exploded Atari 2600 by The Exploded Store.Pros: I love receiving tees from the Exploded Store because they are always a conversation starter! If you’ve got a friend who is a gamer or a geek I am sure that they will be able to appreciate this tee as a present. Exploded Atari 2600 is printed on an American Apparel blank.Â Cons: None, it’s simply a fun, techy shirt!Â Price: $17.
Any Space Invaders fans out there? If so you might want to check out this product from Archie McPhee. These intergalactic ice trays will take you back to the day you opened the Atari 2600 on Christmas morning.Â Each 8″ by 4-1/2″ tray is 100% pure silicone, oven-safe, dishwasher-safe, raygun-safe! Ice Invaders is available at Archie McPhees’s for $8.95.Â
And of course you need an appropriate tee to much your new Ice Invaders ice tray. The shirt is called Space Invaders Attack and it’s available from bytelove for â‚¬22.00 (~$29 US).Â
Here’s a great tee designed by Brooklyn based brand, Faux Sure. If you’re an old school gamer then this tee will bring twinkles to your eyes! My old school gamingness only goes back to the NES. I am remember how skilled I was in the art of blowing into the cartridge. Though, I am sure that for many of you gaming started before the NES. Atari anyone? I think I’m going to dust off my old Game Boy and play me some Super Mario.Â
Here are two others tees from Faux Sure, in the same style as Classic Video Games. I really dig this style! All of the tees are printed on American Apparel and are available at Faux Sure’s Etsy Store for $21.50. Even better, you get a free tote bag with every order of $40 or more, which means that if you’re planing to pick up two tees then you get a free Faux Sure tote!Â