The Adventures of Tintin (Les Aventures de Tintin) by Steven Spielberg is a must-watch movie before you meet the end if this year. Lots of surprising actions, amazing scenes and some exceptional moves (and quotes) by Tintin and Mr Haddock — don’t forget Snowy! So glad that the movie has hit Indonesia earlier this month, faster than some countries in region.
Talking about the story, it carefully adapts the classic comic books (by Georges Rémi a.k.a Herge) without letting us guess what will happen next on each scene — even if you’ve read all the Tintin comics.
I believe the reborn of most popular European comics of the 20th century will encourage artists, especially tee shirt designers, to use the young Belgian reporter as inspiration for their upcoming artworks. Just take a look at some that I found (above) on RedBubble, the following is list:
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Ashley Anderson, an artist living in in Atlanta, GA with specialty in fine art application of discarded/forgotten imagery, especially imagery from early videogames — share to me her latest shirt design which began as an idle sketch, is a bizarre combination of Disney, Dia de Los Muertos, NFL, and Wu-Tang!
Think of it as a psychedelic rotting skull of childhood, but with more wonder than the usual rotting skull of childhood. The innerspaces of the design are populated with an odd cast of office workers, ducks, homicidal highschool jock cats, and of course ghosts! *more detail of ther artwork: over here*
buy: Killa Ghostface T-shirt at 2K by Gingham ($20) / Ashley Blog
Who says that there’s only Captain?
While the american hero, Captain America, first appeared as old as March 1941 in Captain America Comics #1 (created by Joe Simon and Jack Kirby), its younger brother was actually born as late as in 1970s when Geoff Stirling, owner of NTV (Canada), let his son Scott Stirling and Filipino artist Danny Bulanadi created the red-ish character that’s look very similar to Captain America.
It’s sad though that Captain Canada doesn’t receive world attention as much as Captain Canada apart from the same patriotic duties with Captain America. In honour of the Canadian hero. I’d wear this uberawesome tee to the cinema for Captain America: The First Avenger (2011). Long live Captain Canada!
buy: Captain Canada T-shirt ($20)* / Busted Tees
*Busted Tees Promo: 20% off orders over $50 with coupon code BT20OFF50! Expires: 14 August 2011
Sesame Street never dies, the show as well as the merchandises. If you got bored with the usual vintage-style Sesame Street that everyone can buy anywhere, you might want take a look at the latest NerdyShirts‘ Sesame Street tee shirts collection.
From Elmo On A Boat, Sesame Street Run DMC to even Cookie Monster-Elmo Hangover, NerdyShirts’ collection will definitely gives you a fresh perception how awesome a vintage Sesame Street tee shirt could be. Enough said. Boys and girls, it’s your turn to take it over, from here.
Lets our friends celebrate their Memorial Day weekend, but we’ve got very important, undercover mission here: to grab some uber-cool tee shirts based on internet memes at Busted Tees. There are two reasons for that.
First, because the internet memes are so huge that we gotta commemorates them. Secondly, because Busted Tees wants us to celebrate by giving a delicious 40% off their Memes tees. So what are they?
Read on my previous postings:
In future, everyone is identified with radio transmitter (or maybe something like RFID) that is implanted in their body, makes it possible to trace everyone and everywhere. If someone is found dead, a red bubble will be shown up in Google Maps marking the place where the body found. Quite scary isn’t it if the situation may really happen in the future?Don’t Drink and Blog T-shirt… Read more
Here’s the latest hype from the double S a.k.a Stussy world. Stussy and Marvel Comics present an uberawesome project which came up with graphics tee featuring best of superheroes from the Marvel Universe.
Thera are two series of collaboration: first, which was released this week, featuring what’s entitled as “Stussy Marvel Series 1 | T-Shirts” with names like — Wolverine, Silver Surfer, Punisher, Ghost Rider, Doctor Octopus, Doctor Doom and Captain America. The first series combines the strong Marvel vintage drawing styles with Stussy logo being part of the printed graphic, looks more like official merchandise you can find on vintage tee store than unique, one of a kind collectible. All tee shirts sold for $36 each at Stussy online store US.
Founded by the former CEO of SplitReason, 604Republic aims to be “the biggest and best place to buy hoodies in the world.” The first line consisted of many artistic designs printed on both hoodies and t-shirts. Because of this, I was rather surprised to see the newest releases at 604Republic. One main reason is that there are no new hoodies in this line. I was, however, assured that there will be more sweatshirts in the future. I wonder if they will be these designs or completely different ones.
While the designs were very artsy in the first line, these new items are mostly pop-oriented. If this is your favorite style of artwork to wear, then you’re in luck! 604Republic has new shirts referencing things like Star Wars, Mario, and Dexter. There are also plenty of new t-shirts for all you zombie fans out there.
Because these new designs are very different compared to those from the first line, I am now curious as to what 604Republic will bring to the table next. Will there be more artsy stuff or has the brand made a permanent shift to to more geeky apparel? I look forward to the day when we find out!
Many of the new products are disappearing quickly, so head over to 604Republic before your sizes run out! All t-shirts are priced at $19.
Most of you probably know the story of Pinocchio, the wooden puppet created by Geppetto who wanted to become a real boy. One thing that he’s well known for is his nose; it grows longer every time he lies. Why am I talking about Pinocchio? Walmazan’s Tilteed Limited design called A Hard Winter ($12) features this character!
So what exactly happened here? I don’t know the real answer, but I can postulate…
If you look at the portrait of Pinocchio resting above the fireplace, you can see that his nose is super long and that it does not even fit in the shot. Maybe throwing Pinocchio into the flames was an act of kindness. Perhaps something happened that made his nose grow so much that he could no longer function as a little wooden boy, and this was for some reason irreversible. If this is the case, I can definitely see Geppetto sulking in his favorite seat as he watches his “son” perish in the flames. Jiminy Cricket, on the other hand, could be reaching out crying “Nooooooo!!”
Another idea that I have is that Pinocchio turned into such a troublemaker in trying to prove to others that he was just like any real human. He was stealing left and right and setting everything but himself on fire. This was definitely not the son that Geppetto had wanted, so this was his very last option. Sure, it’s difficult to see Pinocchio die, but if he didn’t do this now, real humans may end up in the very same predicament.
Check out Walmazan’s A Hard Winter ($12) at Tilteed and create your own version of the story!
If you missed the last Threadless sale, you’re in luck because there’s another small sale. The Threadless 2 Weeks of Terror Sale kicked off earlier this week, with all scary tees marked down to just 10 bucks! The selection includes several great reprints, along with some new designs perfect for your Halloween celebration. One of my favorite reprints is Zombies in Wonderland ($10) by Alice Zhang and Donald Lim, in which Alice is kicking butt like you wouldn’t believe. A new release that I love is A Day in the Life ($10) by Anna-Maria Jung. This shirt isn’t scary at all, but it does have Godzilla, so I guess that it’s slightly frightening by association. Nonetheless, The design is cute and charming and I am a fan!And if that weren’t enough, Threadless also has a Trick or Tee promotion, where you can get a mystery t-shirt for just $5! There’s something about mystery tees that most of us cannot resist. It could be the way they’re priced cheaper than normal t-shirts, or the fact that we’ll never know exactly what we will be receiving in the mail. Either way, the experience is rather enjoyable. It’s even better knowing that the designs that you could get are beautiful works of art by some of the biggest names in the graphic t-shirt world.What are you waiting for? Go get your favorite scary shirts over at Threadless while they’re only $10, and pick up a few $5 mystery tees while you’re at it!
On 1998 Seth McFarlane has created Family Guy, an American animated television series which is centered on the Griffins, a dysfunctional family consisting of parents Peter and Lois; their children Meg, Chris, and Stewie; and their anthropomorphic pet dog Brian. Family Guy has been nominated for 12 Primetime Emmy Awards and 11 Annie Awards, and has won three of each. It has garnered three Golden Reel Award nominations, winning once. In 2009, it was nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Comedy Series, the first time an animated series was nominated for the award since The Flintstones in 1961.
The Fame of Family Guy, made Seth McFarlane wanted to make his own Family Guy t-shirt design. And it has been realized due to the cooperation with KidRobot! Here it is, PETER VS. CHICKEN MEN’S T-SHIRT ($ 30.00) which was designed by Seth McFarlane himself. This tee is inspired by Family Guy’s immortal fight scene with black 100% cotton tee from Kidrobot, which features Peter on the front, the Chicken on the back, and a logo hit on the right sleeve. What’s interesting about this shirt is printed on both front and back of the shirt.
Kidrobot launched its exclusive apparel line in 2006. Vibrant, distinctive, and produced in limited runs, Kidrobot apparel draws from the company’s unique pop art aesthetic. And Kidrobot sell the limited edition productr only, colaborated with many of the world’s top brands.
Didn’t you like limited edition products? Go grab this tee!
Have you ever bought a shirt and get a skateboard as a gift? I don’t think so. But Fistful has their best deal to give you a free skateboard designed by Alexis Ziritt if you buy their shirts.
Fistful was founded by illustrator Alexis Ziritt, designer Mark Malazarte, and graphic designer/Renaissance Man “AZN Mike” Houlihan. Inspired by cult and genre cinema, Japanese and European comics, Mexican culture, movie poster design, plus the whimsy and aesthetics of the Silver Age of Comic Books, Fistful specializes in creating hand-rendered art, bringing the Calavera Universe from print to apparel form.
Are you curious about the shirt? Be prepared, because the general theme of Fistful was “darkness.” Check this Batichia Tee ($ 18.00). K.K. Katinka in this shirt is a superheroine who is generally called the batgirl. This tee looks very girly eventhough there are two sizes available; girly size and guy size and this tee is made of Poly-Cotton construction.
Or take a look at Il Retorno di Teschio di morto Tee ($ 18.00) which tells the story of the resurrection of someone from the dead.Teschio di morto is a master criminal/sadistic killer who dresses in a black and yellow jumpsuit marked with a skeleton motif, and topped with a fearsome skull. This tee is made of 100% fine ring-spun combed cotton, this lightweight fine jersey is exceptionally smooth and tight-knit.
What are you waiting for? Be one of the first 25 people to buy their new tee and you will participate in a raffle and win a cool Skateboard design by Alexis Ziritt. Follow them in twitter and Facebook to get more opportunities to win
Everybody knows Curb Your Enthusiasm, an American comedy series inspired by a 1999 mockumentary titled Larry David: Curb Your Enthusiasm, which David and HBO originally envisioned as a one-time project, the series follows David, who plays a fictionalized version of himself, in his life as a semi-retired writer, producer, and actor in Los Angeles.
One of the episodes talked about Larry who steals forks from restaurant, and had to carry a sandwich board as punishment. And MyTeeSpot facilitates you to remember that episode. This is it, I Steal Forks – Curb Your Enthusiasm T-Shirt ($18.49) which is inspired by that classic comedy series.
This episode is more like a hint for you who often steal a fork (or even knives, napkins, and salt shaker) to stop doing it. Because once you get caught, you’ll be humiliated as Larry experienced in the tv show. I’m sure you don’t want to have a bad reputation because of that bad habit.
This is an officially licensed Curb Your Enthusiasm product. This tee is printed to look like the wearer is wearing a sign that says “I steal forks from restaurants”. Founded in early 2006, MyTeeSpot has grown quickly into one of the top online retailers of licensed apparel and merchandise. Are you ready to change your bad habit?
The Super Colossal Sale is going on now at J!NX! From now until Monday (10/4/10) at 11:59 pm PDT, all t-shirts have been marked down by $7. After this discount, shirts range between $10.99 to $13.99. Holy cow, that’s a great deal! If you’re looking for some tasteful pop-culture or video game-related designs, J!NX is the perfect store to check out.
I have a few personal favorites, one of which is Puppet Brawlin’ ($10.99-$12.99 during the sale). Now I didn’t watch that much Sesame Street as I was growing up (Crazy, right? Blame it on me being overseas as a kid.), but I did play a lot of Street Fighter (Street Fighter II for SNES, to be exact). I love the combination of the two, and seeing Big Bird as Ryu and Cookie Monster as Ken is just flat out funny. I thought they were all about being friends and being kind to one another at Sesame Street, but I guess there has been some tension brewing after all these years. I doubt Cookie Monster will want to eat before a fight after this. Those cookies are flying everywhere! That must be today’s lesson for this episode.
If you’re looking for a good World of Warcraft shirt or just some cool geek or gamer t-shirts, then don’t miss out on this big sale at J!NX. This sale originally lasted until last night, but it has been extended, so hurry!
Finally, this shirt has been printed at Threadless! Like many other voters, I have been waiting to see Super Heroic Minimalism ($18) by Biotwist see the light of day on a t-shirt. Unfortunately, one of the major characters is missing. Can you guess who? If you guessed Batman, then you are correct. I believe Threadless didn’t want to run into legal issues, so they passed on the mimimalist Batman. Luckily, that didn’t stop them from picking up the two other heroes. And for this, I am very happy this Monday morning!While the illustrations are simple, you know right away which superheroes they refer to. I love how the design does not need plus signs for it to be successful in conveying that the red guys on the left turn into the heroes on the right when introduced to the middle variables. Now that I think about it, the design may actually work better with just Spiderman and Iron Man, since both characters start out the exact same. It’s a very clever and effective design!
Super Heroic Minimalism ($18) is just one of the awesome new selections added to the Threadless catalog this Monday. If you pick it up with a hoody before September is over, you’ll also get free shipping on your order!
It seemed that everyone had to imagine having a time machine that can take them to the time that we want, to achieve our goals. Both to the future or the past. And if we remember a time machine, of course, we also remember the movie Back To The Future, a 1985 American science-fiction comedy film directed by Robert Zemeckis.
The film tells the story of Marty McFly, a teenager who is accidentally sent back in time from 1985 to 1955. The core component of that time machine is the flux capacitor. On Back To The Future, the flux capacitor, which consisted of a regularly squared compartment with three flashing lights (arranged as an upside-down “Y”). The device was located between the headrests of the seats and, as the time machine neared 88 mph, light coming from the flux capacitor pulsed faster until it became a steady stream.
And once again NerdyShirt gives us the media to have the flux capacitor. How is its form? There you go Flux Capacitor Back to the Future T-Shirt ($19.95) which is inspired by that classic movie. Even if this shirt couldn’t take you into the past, but this shirt will take you back to the memories of the past who had desire to have a time machine.
As always, NerdyShirt creates simple yet attractive design. Similar to this T-shirt that looks very simple with blue as the basic colors and white as a flux, but still interesting because there is a story behind this simple design. This shirt are available in sizes of men and women, printed in Los Angeles and made from high quality cotton. And what’s interesting is, NerdyShirt gives you free returns and exchanges.
Go grab the tee and make time travel possible!
Do you believe that life is funny? In fact I think life is just as funny as the situation comedy How I Met Your Mother. As a reminder, How I Met Your Mother is an American situation comedy that premiered on CBS on September 19, 2005. The show was created by Craig Thomas and Carter Bays. One character on this situation comedy is Barney Stinson, a confident womanizer in his early thirties who almost always wears a suit, likes girls with daddy issues and is always willing to offer his (sometimes hypocritical) opinion.
In this situation comedy, Barney told as someone who has always been a neat appearance. Even its mainstay sentence is “Suit up!” as he tells others to dress like him. For you who want to look as neat as Barney Stinson in a snap, then you need to buy this shirt.
Suit-Up Funny Shirt ($19.97), which is intentionally printed to fit the needs of people to look neat in a snap. This t-Shirt is made from high quality cotton, printed and shipped in Los Angeles, California. The design of the tee simple but funny, according NerdyShirts design hallmark. NerdyShirts is a shop opened in the summer 2004 and operated entirely in California. According to them, t-shirts are the most appropriate place to express themselves. All expressions of sad to happy, from the expression of calm to tempestuous, all can be printed in t-shirts.
Suit up, cause tonight’s gonna be LEGEN- wait for it… DARY!
Do you remember Tommy Boy, a very popular movie in the year 1995? Tommy Boy is a comedy film directed by Peter Segal, written by Bonnie and Terry Turner, and Fred Wolf. The main plot tells a story of the title character, a socially and emotionally immature man who learns lessons about friendship, trust and self-worth following the sudden death of his industrialist father. In the movie, starring Chris Farley and David Spade, Tommy Boy inherits his dads auto-part company (Callahan auto-parts) and he must sell half a million brake pads or the company will go out of business.
If you remember and liked the movie, you’ll adore the latest design from NerdyShirts. NerdyShirts opened shop in the summer of 2004 and is operated entirely in Los Angeles, California. They decided to start making t-shirts because they feel printed tees are one of the greatest mediums to express yourself.
Here it is Callahan Auto Parts ($19.95), the latest design from NerdyShirts, inspired by the movie Tommy Boy starring Chris Farley and David Spade. This tee is made from high quality cotton, printed and shipped in Los Angeles, California. And you’ll get free returns and exchanges.
And hey! NerdyShirts give you an interesting offer to be an affiliate. They have created an affiliate program to help you promote their site and make good money while you do it. How much you ask? We will pay you $10 per sale! No other T-shirt site on the internet offers this much.
Don’t waste the opportunity given! Buy a T-shirt, and be its affiliate.
Do you remember the legendary circus groups Moscow Circus or Cirque du Soleil? Everybody remembers. Circus does have a uniqueness that we can’t forget. It’s all because we can’t imitate their movement, so we take it as an oddity or maybe a nightmare.
It seems that this is also what makes Akumu Ink t-shirt interested in creating a circus designs. But unlike the design in general circus, circus at Akumu Ink looks scary. Akumu Ink is a Montreal based t-shirt company that launched in the beginning of 2008 by Joey and Dora. Their style is heavily inspired by everything coming out of Japan from its cute pop icons to its terrifying horror movies. The name Akumu is Japanese for nightmare. They love the concept of creating hand drawn images based on their nightmares. They focus their theme around darker subject matter even when sometimes it’s done with a cute twist.
Juggling is a very common thing in a sircus. However, The Juggler Guys Tee ($ 21.99) has a different story. He didn’t throw a ball or an apple, but a skull. And the juggler guy is also a dead man, as if to tell that the performers brought his circus life to death. This psychotic juggler comes in a white print on a fitted Black American Apparel tshirt
In addition to juggling, of course the drifter is always be an interesting spectacle in a circus show. How can you ride a bicycle with a wheels having a significant difference? The Drifter Girls ($ 21.99) tells us that not only humans who can play the circus, but also ghosts. This shirt’s design, once again, explain that the circus life will be brought to the death. This endless cycler comes in a black print on a fitted Cranberry (Blood Red) American Apparel tshirt.
Well, although the story presented by Akumu Ink is always scary, but their design is cute. Don’t be afraid.
Have you ever bought a new shirt for $ 1.49? Now is the time! Choice Shirts give you a super intersting offer, that is selling t-shirts with a price of $ 1.49 per day, and a discounted t-shirts were different each day. It will be so much fun!
ChoiceShirts is the premier online destination for getting your hands on graphic t-shirts for any occasion, any mood, any friend, any reason at any time! Choice Shirts has 14 interesting and creative designs, which includes all the elements of life: started from the theme of divinity, families, animal lovers, or even to creative people, they give them an opportunity to express their creativity by designing their own t-shirts.
My favorite theme is the Family and Relative. It was clearly visible on the title that this shirt has a design associated with the family. You can buy a cheap t-shirts even for your grandfather!
Or if you think that you are funny enough, you can pick this theme: Mak’Em Laugh. It has a very funny design that will make everyone who saw it laughed. And the coolest part of the Choice Shirts is, you can expect that shirt that you love so may be worth $ 1.49. But you have to see the progress every day, because the discounted shirts change every day.
Interesting, isn’t it? It is more interesting because you are not burdened any conditions to join this great discount party. Are you ready to shop?
If you are a ghost story lover in the 80s era, you surely know Ghostbusters. It’s a 1984 American science fiction comedy film written by co-stars Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis about three eccentric New York City parapsychologists-turned-ghost exterminators. It was followed by a sequel, Ghostbusters II in 1989, and two animated television series, The Real Ghostbusters (later renamed Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters) and Extreme Ghostbusters. If you don’t know them, you must be really out of date.
But if you knew them well, you would really miss them now. But hey! Don’t worry! 2BHip facilitates you to remember them easily. Oh, no, no, not only remember, but you can also turn into Dr. Peter Venkman instantly by wearing Ghostbusters Venkman Costume Glow In The Dark T-Shirt ($21,99). With this funny t-shirt you can walk in a cave even without a flashlight! You are still visible in the dark and, believe me, the ghosts would be afraid of you.
2BHip was established in 2003 in Los Angeles, CA. and is now located in Emmaus, PA. From the start, 2Bhip Inc was known as the leading belt buckle specialty store online throughout the entire world. In 2008, the 2Bhip brand expanded to carry more cool merchandise. Some of the products they now carry are licensed T-shirts, hoodies, hats, and baby clothing. Check out the brand new niche websites launched just in late 2009.