Build Robots Today and Fight Aliens Tomorrow!

I absolutely adore this T-Shirt from the Sneaky Studios Store. This is definitely robot propaganda at its finest. What else are we gonna use to defend ourselves against an alien invasion? I mean, it turned out okay for post-apocalyptic 2029. You’ve seen Terminator, right? Love the wish, though I wish that the price point was slightly lower.

Build Robots Today is available now from Sneaky Studios Store for $50 New Zealand ($40 US).

Tech Noir + Other Stuff

It’s been a while since I’ve blogged about Found Item Clothing and our good friend Travis Greenwood. Well now is as good of a time than ever to get all caught up. As you might know, Found Item Clothing faithfully recreates T-Shirt designs from popular movies of our youth. One of their most recent designs is called Tech Noir from the immensely popular 1984 Sci-Fi flick, The Terminator. This is classic James Cameron before he made 3D blue people. I kind of like the old James Cameron a better, but I digress.

Not sure of the Tech Noir reference? Its from the nightclub of the same name featured in the film. It was location for the initial sequence between Kyle Reece and the then pre-Governator T-800. Tech Noir is available now from Found Item Clothing for $19.95.

Travis has also been busy blogging over at the official Found Item Clothing blog, It Goes To 11. Check out the interview that he recently did with Jon Martin of Shirtoid. And if you’re feeling especially patriotic then head on over to Hide You Arms for a list of 26 Captain America T-Shirts that Travis put together as a guest post.

New Doctor Hazmat: Happy M.A.C.

The mad scientist’s over at Doctor Hazmat recently released their latest tee, Happy M.A.C., featuring the ever joyful Doctor Hazmat sidekick, M.A.C. You may remember, M.A.C. from Co-Tee TV a few episodes ago, he’s the long time friend, and assistant to Doctor Hazmat and incidentally the Doc’s first creation. M.A.C. stands for Multi-purpose Autonomous Cyborg, but it could easily also stand for Most Awesome Cyborg! M.A.C. is definitely a cute little creature, so be sure to keep your eyes on him!

“M.A.C. is always assisting Doctor Hazmat in the lab, and things don’t always go as planned. He’s been blown up, eaten, ran over… lets just say he’s been through a lot. But today is his lucky day. The Doc has given him a day off! YIPPEEEE!”

Doctor Hazmat tees are known for their big designs and bold color combinations, but as you can see, Hello M.A.C. is more on the subtle side. The grey design on the slate American Apparel T-Shirt is a refreshing variation to the other Doctor Hazmat designs.

Happy M.A.C. is available now for presale from Doctor Hazmat for $25.

It’s What’s On The Inside That Counts

Dutch Southern continues with their movie themed shirts with this beauty, It’s What’s On The Inside That Counts. Hollywood tends to feature the glitz, glamour and beauty but this shirt is the exact opposite. It’s What’s On The Inside That Counts features some of films more “colorful” characters. In other words, the ugly dudes. This shirt is a who’s who of facial feature deficient characters of films past. I love it!

It’s What’s On The Inside That Counts was designed by artist Andrew Gregory (aka lunchboxbrain) and is printed on a silver American Apparel tee and is available now from Dutch Southern for $19.

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Salvation Denied by SplitReason

I’ve always been a fan of the Terminator movie and so when I saw this tee from Salvation Denied from SplitReason.com I got excited. The name of the shirt itself is pretty epic and a play on the most recent Terminator flick, Terminator Salvation. And by the way, Salvation was a gazillion times better than Rise of the Machines. I’m just sayin’. The lightening bolts on the skull add a nice touch to the exoskeleton! I wonder if my skull has an lightening bolts inscribed? Salvation Denied is available now from SplitReason.com for $18.95.

Salvation Denied

TypeTees Slogan-A-Day Experiment Week 9

I might be on vacation but my TypeTees Slogan-A-Day Experiment continues! Hey Threadless this is Week 9 – will any of my slogans ever grace a Threadless tee! It’s okay, I’m in no rush because sloganeering is such a blast! To see all of my slogans and to vote for them check out my Threadless profile page. Vote for me and I will make you an awesome avocado burger if ever we meet in real life.

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Paper airplanes are better than the real thing.

Yeah, I think. Why? Because you can build them on a whim and if they crash it’s no big deal.

I like my peanut butter nutty.

Indeed I do. In fact, I like it extra nutty. 

I surf the sea of emotions.

I might not be able to surf the ocean very (ok, not at all), but, I do know how to surf a sea filled with wild emotions. I do that very well.

Static electricity keeps me grounded.

OK, this slogan probably does not make any sense from a physics point of view, but, I came up with it after I shocked myself while touching the door knob of my hotel room. I hate when that happens. Past experience tells me this will happen a lot more when I get to Sin City. 

I’ll bet you a dollar that you read this sentence.

Oh, this I came up with as I was walking 5th avenue in the Gaslamp Quarter of San Diego. I saw a homeless man in a wheelchair coming towards me on the street while holding a sign. The sign said: I’ll be you $1 that you read this sign. I did read the sign and a slogan was born. 

Hand sanitizer: helping to create super germs.

Seriously, that’s what you’re doing every time that you choose to use hand sanitizer. You really don’t need to use hand sanitizer. It’s overkill. Sometimes germs can be a good thing.

Resistance is futile unless you are a part of The Resistance.

If you’re a fan of the Terminator series then you’ll get this slogan. By the way, I did see Terminator Salvation and I have to say that it was a gazillion times better than Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. It wasn’t as great as T2 but it was still a very good movie.