Stickers and t-shirts with designs that tweak the nose of cycling tradition. [more inside]
Adorable children's book style illustrations for monsters, killers, and villains from pop culture. [more inside]
My latest t-shirt project: mundane everyday challenges (such as finding a job, dealing with ultra conservative relatives, or deleting unwanted dick pics on a dating site) envisioned as classic black box retro 8bit Nintendo games. Hope they give you a chuckle!
To celebrate Ada Lovelace day on Oct 15th, which celebrates women in science and technology, I've expanded my selection of science themed t-shirts featuring women and collected them all (new and old) on one handy page. Since I know many of them aren't household names I've added a brief overview of each woman's best known accomplishments when you mouse over each design. Hope you like 'em!
A visual history of the greatest prop t-shirts — and the occasional tank, polo, and sweatshirt — from film. Highlights include Bluto's iconic "College" top in Animal House , the Shark Cat design sported by James Franco in Pineapple Express, and all of the shirts worn by Chris Knight (Val Kilmer) in 1985's Real Genius. See a complete list of all 78 clips at It Goes To 11. Concept and editing by Brett Roberts and Travis Greenwood.
I know what you're thinking – the world needs more sarcastic t-shirts like it needs a hole in the head. Nevertheless, here we are. Hope you like 'em! More designs are coming, and I do take requests.
If want to live in a world where being a scientist is considered bad ass, and philosophers are worshiped like rock stars, so my newest lineup of t-shirts parodies famous band logos by re-purposing them to celebrate some of the world's most influential minds. Hope you enjoy them.
A new blog dedicated to screen printing on T-shirts. Posts will hopefully be eclectic, including reviews, technique, profiles, the history of t-shirt printing (especially in Austin), and other musings as they occur to me. [more inside]
Norway-based t-shirt collective with political prints. Site up in (fully functional) beta version. It's mainly aimed at Norwegians, but most of the t-shirts have an international appeal. I would love to hear what other MeFites think of our site.