Spun Dry is another goofy design from one of my favorite T-Shirt designers, Glenn Jones. But, besides the actual T-Shirt, what do you think of those custom Spidey whitey tighties! What geek wouldn’t want to have Spider-Man’s logo covering his crotch. OK, maybe that would be just a small proportion of geeks – but still.
If you either 1. love Spider-Man, or 2. secretly want a pair of Spidey branded whitey tighties, then head on over to Glennz Tees to pick up Spun Dry for $19.95.
Posted on 25 May '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. No Comments.
No I’m not, but you can sort of be Iron Man. How? I never thought you’d ask! Easy. And the best part is that it does not involve metal or welding tools! Sound good so far? More importantly, you don’t have to have the disposable income of a billionaire to become Iron Man. Sold yet? Thought so. By now you want the newest shirt from NerdyShirts. The Iron Man inspired tee is the perfect wardrobe compliment for when you go and see Iron Man 2 a second, third, and for you uber comic geek types, a fifth time.
The Iron Man 2 T-Shirt is available now from NerdyShirts for the presale price of $14.95. See, I told you that you didn’t need to be a billionaire to be (at least sort of) Iron Man.
Posted on 3 May '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. No Comments.
It’s been way too long since we’ve featured a shirt from our friends over at Despair Wear. This shirt idea seems so obvious that I’m surprised that it I haven’t seen it done before (or maybe it has ben done and I just missed it). This fun shirt is a bit of a deviation from the typical Despair Wear tee, which typically focuses on designs that aid in demotivation (you know, the opposite of motivation).
The Flash is printed on an asphalt American Apparel blank and is available now from Despair Wear for $18.99. This is the perfect shirt for those of you who wish you could flash someone but don’t have the guts to do so. Or, maybe you just T-Shirts featuring comic book characters in witty situations.
Posted on 30 March '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 1 Comment.
Joe Carr is no stranger to the Threadless community. In fact, he has been printed multiple times and is a regular contributing member at Threadless. You might recognize him by his Threadless screen name, Isaboa. Alongside the release of his newest Threadless tee, Carr decided to do something not seen within the community before. He created a comic Book based on his Full Throttle Threadless Select Design and has made it available for free download at his site, Antiquated Press. You can download the comic book inspired by the Full Throttle design here.
“The story is of an alien fighter, going about his daily routine. Interacting and working like we all do. The reader is given little bits of the alien’s life, the whole scenario begins to develop when the alarm sets off sending the whole dramatic sequence into action. I do have the rest of the play in my head and maybe I will draw it out, but I just wanted to leave it at the scene of the alien defenders heading into battle with an unbelievable foe… I felt like we pretty much have enough information about the shirt’s character at that point. He is a defender, a father and husband, a good man who puts his life on the line for his planet along with his fellows… his pals.”
If you wanna make the physical version, then print this file first. Next, flip the pages you printed back into the paper feederÂ and print this file. Staple along the spine, fold, and you’ve got Joe’s “Full Throttle” comic book!
Posted on 23 February '10 by Coty, under T-Shirts. 1 Comment.