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 »
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Today’s t-shirt on Teefury is a Doom/Evil Dead parody design titled “Boom” Designed by Jimiyo, the t-shirt is available for only $9 plus shipping. The bad news is that it’s available for purchase today, and today only (Monday, November 8th 2010). Bruce Campbell and Sam Raimi fans should act fast or it will be gone forever. Hit the jump to see the full design.
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Ladies and gentleman, welcome to the first annual /Film Swimsuit Edition. The lovely model before you is an astromech droid who got its big break when it helped save a J-type 327 Nubian royal starship escape the planet of Naboo. It then went on work the runways of Tatooine, Geonosis, Coruscant, Dagobah, Bespin and Endor with short stints as a door opener, message projector, cocktail waitress and lightsaber handler. Ladies and gentleman, now taking runway, R2-D2! Hit the jump for more information on this tasty dish. Read More »
Imagine you are a TRON fan, desperately killing time until the December 17 release of TRON: Legacy. You’ve downloaded all the posters, listened to all the soundtrack samples, watched the clips, pre-ordered the comic books, bought your IMAX 3D tickets but still, you need more. Well, Disney is more than happy to oblige. They are opening the TRON: Legacy Pop Up Shop on November 19 in Culver City, CA for six weeks. Yes, a TRON store is opening. It’ll have all kind of unique TRON merchandise, a TRON cafe, art exhibit and much more. No original Blu-ray though. It’s open though December 23. Hit the jump for a ton of additional information including a release schedule, gallery of merchandise samples, the address and more. Read More »
TeeFury’s t-shirt design of the day today is a Lost parody design titled Island Reunion. I can’t gaurentee this will be the last Lost t-shirt we ever post, but we havent seen any good ones since the series finale. Created by Spiritgreen, the tee is available for $9 plus shipping. Here is a word from the artist:
As a massive fan of Lost’s characters over the six seasons, I wanted to make something that put a long con, practical joke spin on the mysterious events. All Jacob and the Man in Black needed was a smoke machine, a rubber John Locke mask and a lot of patience. This design started out as a possible or alternate ending, but now I see it more as a revelation at the reunion party. Sun, Jin, Sayid and Jack are all miraculously alive, naturally. Ben is just off camera, fetching the theatrical knife that he pretended to stab Jacob with. See, it all makes perfect sense now.
You can buy it today (Tuesday, November 2nd 2010) and today only – so act fast.
You might recall that we featured Scott Derby‘s Ghostbusters-inspired Trap ‘Em All, Let Egon Sort ‘Em Out artwork as part of the awesome 3G Art Show. Teefury picked Scott’s design for today’s tee of the day. Available in a cream colored guys shirt or powder blue colored girls shirt for only $9 plus shipping. As with all of teefury’s shirts, the design will only be available today (Monday, November 1st) and today only. So act now! Check out the full design after the jump.
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Today’s t-shirt design of the day over at Ript Apparel is a Star Wars parody design titled The Evolution of the Force. Created by D4N13L, the design takes the classic evolution of man illustration and takes us to it’s obvious conclusion (a long time ago in a galaxy far far away). The t-shirt is on sale for only $10 plus shipping, and will only be available today (Thursday, October 28th 2010). So act fast.
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A couple new t-shirt designs of note where released earlier this week on Threadless: Andy Farrell’s Sin City is a literal parody of the Frank Miller graphic novel Sin City and Tony Moore’s zombie-focused Every Night I Have the Same Dream, Issue 2, Vol. 1. Both designs are available for only $10 for a limited time (on sale from $20). So act fast. Hit the jump to see the full designs.
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