Why don’t you put a lil touch to your daily outfits with the power of superhero? Like batman? Batman is one of everyone’s favorite superheroes. But you don’t have to wear batman’s suit or batman’s mask, though. All you have to do is just wearing this t-shirt. This t-shirt is designed by the British designer, Lazy Oaf. He named it with “Lazy Oaf x Batman” to celebrate the release of The Dark Knight Rises. Sadly, it’s quite long time ago, I miss another batman movie. But hey, could another batman movie be in the works? Who knows?
Okay, the title was too long, but I suddenly struck by how funky it is because seeing this design.
Well, Batman is associated more with darker and more realistic humanity and realism being, who would have thought that his first theme was shaggy 60′s electric guitar? The original “na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na-na Batman!” theme is the most famous, and probably the least associated with what we think of when we think of “Batman” these days. Isn’t that right?
It’s the Year of the Bat. And Treadless, teaming up with Bat Conservation International, raising funds in hope of preserving the worlds bat population.
Hey kids, you look nervous. Is it the scars? You want to know how I got ‘em?
My father, was a drinker, and a fiend. And one night, he goes off craaaazier than usual. Mommy gets the kitchen to defend herself. He doesn’t like that. Not…one…bit. So, me watching, he takes the knife to her, laughing while he does it. He turns to me, and he says, “Why so curious, George?”. Comes at me with the knife, “Why so curious?!”
Things we enjoy in 21st century like the Internet, DVRs, and non-invasive medical procedures are nice, but they don’t even come close to how awesome the 1980s were. Sure, there were things like AIDS and the threat of nuclear war with the Soviet Union, but we won’t talk about any of that crap, but the entertainment!
And you know what? Every single form of entertainment was better in the 80s. Movies were better. Music was better. TV shows were better. Video games were…okay, video games kind of sucked compared to today. But there were video game arcades! And they were great.
Steve Harris of Bluebutter designs everything about pop culture tees with contemporary and retrospective reference to movies, tv, gaming, art and literature. As the designer he try to look at a movie and give it a twist. One of design collection that caught my eyes (and already blogged by some tees bloggers) is The Calvin and Hobbes Mashups. I love the idea to see Back to the Future or Batman in a cute and familiar way — the The Calvin and Hobbes-alike. Steve told me that he loved Calvin and Hobbes as a kid, and couldn’t resist the opportunity to use this style as a format for movie and tv culture.
Here it goes, whole range of The Calvin and Hobbes Mashups Tee Shirts after this…
Some says wearing tee shirts is a matter of expressing oneself while other says you can be a standing, alive canvas of any visual arts that carry implicit messages simple by wearing one. In this case, Blonde Grizzly and its featured artist has produce T-shirt that satisfy both opinion.