TeeFury’s t-shirt of the day is a Star Wars/Wizard of Oz mash-up designed by Denism79 and titled “Oz Wars”. You might remember that last week it was announced that Mike Johnson (co-director of the 2005 film Corpse Bride) had signed on to direct the CG/Stop-Motion hybrid feature film Oz Wars. For the story I used an image that re-imagined the Wizard of Oz characters as members of the Rebel Alliance. This design goes off of the same premise, and even features the same title (coincidence? I think not!). The t-shirt is available for only $9 plus shipping, and will only be available today (and today only).
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Today’s T-Shirt on TeeFury is a Ghostbusters-inspired parody design titled “Ghostbutters” created by DKalderon. Here are some words from the artist:
I always had curiosity about what was behind the ghost, it wasn’t until they released the GB2 movie that I found that the ghost had feet, anyhow, I thought it would be fun to draw the ghost with one of those pajamas with open rears (like the one that Marty McFly was wearing in Back to the Future III).
The shirt is available for only $9 plus shipping. The bad news is that the design will only be available today (December 20th 2010) and today only. So act fast. Hit the jump to see the full design.
Two of the coolest and most iconic bikes from the 1980s have to be from the movie TRON and the Nintendo game Excitebike. Who doesn’t love light trails and short, steep ramps? Well someone had the brilliant idea to combine the two into this shirt. It’s a little pricey at $24.99 but still incredibly cool and available in either blue or black. Hit the jump for the applicable links. Read More »
Posted on Thursday, December 9th, 2010 by Peter Sciretta
A couple new t-shirts have hit the tee of the day websites:
- Today’s t-shirt on Ript Apparel Gremlinz, a design by Gimetzco!, a company which has produced t-shirt/cd art for national ska & punk bands like Phantom Planet, Reel Big Fish, Ozma & Weezer. The design features a bunch of evil Gremlins driving a 1970′s AMC Gremlin car with Gizmo tied to the roof. You can purchase the t-shirt for only $10 plus shipping. The design is available today (Thursday, December 9th 2010) and today only.
- Today’s t-shirt on Teefury is a Watchmen/Star Wars mash-up titled “Who Watches the Empire” created by Jonah Block. You can purchase the t-shirt for only $9 plus shipping. The design is available today (Thursday, December 9th 2010) and today only.
Check out the designs in higher resolution after the jump.
Today’s Tee of the day on Teefury is a Big Lebowski/Tron mash-up created by spacemonkeydr titled “Bowling. It’s not just a game anymore.” The shirt if on sale for only $9 plus shipping, and as with all of Teefury’s designs — it will only be available today (Wednesday December 8th 2010) and today only. Hit the jump to see the full design in high resolution.
Posted on Tuesday, December 7th, 2010 by Peter Sciretta
Threadless has released a couple Star Wars-inspired parody t-shirts recently, David Schwen’s “This Is Not the Eye Chart You’re Looking For” and Philip Tseng’s “Hans Off My Cookie!”. Both are available in sizes Small to XXL. Hit the jump to see the designs in higher resolution or head to Threadless to purchase the t-shirts for yourself.
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Posted on Monday, December 6th, 2010 by Germain Lussier
Boxing fans know that, more than many other sports, fighting is an art. The way you punch, move and react can be such a fluid, beautiful thing that immortalizing the sport in art makes perfect sense. Saturday night in Los Angeles, that’s exactly what happened as Paramount hosted The Fighter: Blood, Sweat and Art. It consisted of a free screening of their Oscar contender The Fighter, about the life of boxer “Irish” Micky Ward and directed by David O. Russell starring Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Amy Adams and Melissa Leo, followed by an art show with limited edition art prints, one of a kind boxing gloves and custom made t-shirts. We’ve already talked about how solid The Fighter is, you can read a review and watch our video blog here, and after the jump check out a bunch of awesome art created specifically for this movie and this event. Read More »
What if Optiumus Primes’ alternative mode wasn’t a big mac truck but instead a gold cart? The latest t-shirt design from Glennz Tees imagines this possibility. This Transformers-parody tee is available in sizes Small to XXXL on GlennzTees.com. Check out the full design after the jump.