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 »
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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.
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Today’s tee on TeeFury is a Star Wars/Super Mario Bros t-shirt mash-up by glenoneill titled “Koopa the Hutt”. The design is on sale for only $9 plus shipping, but will only be available today (November 29th 2010) and today only. So act fast!
Today’s T-shirt over at TeeFury is a Star Wars-inspired Oakland Raiders-parody design by Captain RibMan titled “Tusken Pride”. You can buy the shirt for only $9 plus shipping. The design is only available today (Friday, November 26th 2010) and today only, so act fast! Hit the jump to see the full design.
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The T-Shirt of the Day on TeeFury is Matt Dearden’s “Frakking Awful”, a design mash-up featuring Statler & Waldorf, the two curmudgeonly critics from The Muppets, and Adama and Tigh from Battlestar Galactica. It doesn’t get much awesomely geekier than this. As with all of Teefury’s designs, the shirt is only $9 plus shipping — the catch is that the tee will only be available today (Wednesday November 24th 2010) and today only. So act fast!
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Today’s t-shirt on Ript Apparel is a Dr. Who-inspired design by D4N13L titled “It Also Travels In Time”. As with all of Ript’s designs, this t-shirt will only be available today (Sunday, November 21st 2010) and today only. So act fast! See the full design after the jump.
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ThinkGeek is selling an awesome t-shirt featuring various weapons from 10 famous science fiction films of the last 74 years. Can you name all the movies?
Museum Acquires Rare Arms Collection: To your right you’ll see our display of 20th and early 21st century science-fiction armaments. You can compare the variety of size and lethality over the years. Everyone “oohs” over the pulse rifle. Don’t get too close, though. The gun cabinet glass is coated with self-arming nanites. We don’t want to have to mop up another tourgroup.And ahead on your left, you’ll see models of some early time travel vehicles, including H.G. Wells’s time machine…. This shirt contains images of 10 famous science fiction arms and the year of their screen debut on a black 100% cotton shirt.
But apparently ThinkGeek messed up and the art has the wrong date for Logan’s Run (it says 1967, it should be 1976) so they are selling the shirt at 50% off. Grab one for only $7.99 to $9.99 plus shipping depending on size. So if you don’t mind the small error on an otherwise really cool tee, grab one now. Hit the jump to see a bigger image of the artwork.
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T-Shirt Laundry has an awesome Harry Potter/Dirty Harry mash-up parody t-shirt for sale. Here is the official description.
Police Inspector “Dirty” Harry Potter is a hot-headed rookie fresh out of the Hogwarts Police Academy. His first assignment is a sadistic serial killer known only as “Voldemort”. Dirty Harry will stop at nothing to solve this crime even if it means roughing up a few muggles along the way.
The t-shirt is available in a variety of colors, on sale for only $11 plus shipping (normal price $16). And I’ve discovered that they are offering 20% off with the coupon code “THANKS”, enter at checkout. Thanks to /Film reader Dan M for the tip.
If you thought those special $150 TRON: Legacy 3D glasses by Oakley were ridiculous, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Later this week, Oakley is set to release two additional pairs of designer 3D glasses for $120 a pop. Then, in December, Marchon will release a pair of Calvin Klein 3-D glasses for $180 a pair. Each obviously looks way cooler, will be much more comfortable, and should actually improve the 3D viewing experience – plus, it’s probably better for the environment not to have to recycle 200 pairs of glasses after every single movie – but would you really spend $200 for your own pair of 3D glasses? Read some more about it after the jump. Read More »