I was looking through Emptees.com and found this t-shirt design, which immediately caught my attention. I normally don’t like shirts that have way too much going on, but this one brings the right colors together to make an extremely fun shirt to rock. If worn with the right kicks, this shirt could make for a really awesome outfit! The best part of it is that it was designed by a freelance web/graphics designer that loves t-shirts just as much as we do!
Click HERE to vote for this design, at ShirtFight.com,and show him some support; and click HERE to see the design up close and personal (scroll down after click).
Are you looking for some creative and funny t-shirts? If so, you should go Check out Headline Shirts. They create t-shirts focused on pop culture, politics, history and more! They already have a fairly large collection of fun designs, but it will be interesting to see what new creative designs they will offer in the future.
Unless you have literally been living under a rock the last two weeks you have surely heard that Michael Jackson has died. It has been a tragedy for many of his fans. Personally, I didn’t care for his extracurricular activities, but I have to admit he was a great entertainer!
To celebrate the career of the King of Pop, Deez Teez has printed up t-shirts to pay tribute to Michael Jackson. Ok, perhaps the t-shirt doesn’t really honor Michael Jackson, but at least Deez Teez took the time to design something to commemorate his death!
Regardless of people’s opinion about MJ, I think most would agree, it would’ve been interesting to see his comeback tour and performances.
This t-shirt definitely requires a second look. At first sight you think the t-shirt is just another classic rock Jimi Hendrix t-shirt. However, after a closer examination you discover the guitar is actually a Guitar Hero controller!
In some ways this t-shirt covers two very distinct and seperate age groups or market segments! Jimi Hendrix is obviously popular with Baby Boomers and Gen Xer’s, but of course many Gen Y or millenials love Guitar Hero. Overall, it makes for a pretty witty design and fun t-shirt!
We salute one of the greatest guitar players to ever live!
Watch the real Jimi Hendrix! No, that’s not Guitar Hero!
This is the Asian Rounder and this is my first post. I’m starting a new thread called T-shirtspotting that will feature random t- shirts I’ve seen or bought around the world.
The above t-shirt was purchased in Bangkok, Thailand at the Monkey See shop which is located at Central World. I’ve done some searches online in both Thai and English however I have not been able to locate a website.
It’s unfortunate the don’t have an online presence because they offer up some pretty cool designs. I asked the clerk at the store, and they are a Thai owned t-shirt company that supposedly has around 5 stores in Thailand.
The featured shirt was one of many t-shirts I purchased. I loved the combination of Jesus, Elvis with a playing card. The splash paint in white was printed with a special raised fuzzy ink. Overall pretty cool t-shirt! Plus, I think I only paid about 500 baht or around $14 US dollars.
If you are ever in Bangkok, be sure to stop by a Monkey See shop and check out their cool designs!
The Ryde is currently offering a 3 t-shirt for $25 deal! The Ryde is a custom t-shirt company based in Laguna Beach California and mostly provides surfing inspired t-shirts. Below is a few examples of their designs.
Surfing is Not a Sport
Live to Surf
Grab the Rail
The Ryde offers a large selection of funny, cool and surfing inspired t-shirts, so go check em’ out!
When I first saw this t-shirt, I was like “sweet” it’s a Ghost Riding t-shirt! However, after further inspection I discovered it was a parody t-shirt about the Game of Life and gay marriage. It’s a pretty original and funny t-shirt, but I personally liked it better when I thought it was about Ghost Riding!
Ghost Riding, for those that don’t know already, is basically when you put your car in neutral and get out and bust some dance moves around the car, on the roof or hood. For those that want to know more you should read this article or check out the video below (skip to 0:45 because the first part is bit of nonsense).
Be sure to read the follow-up story as it has a personal twist!
Ok, now for the personal twist! I was in Hanoi awhile back and I randomly met a guy that knew the creators of the “Ghostride The Volvo” video featured above. Apparently these guys traveled to Asia and filmed more videos and created a vlog about their adventures in Asia. From what I understand it was their attempt to become celebrities or famous. Read this article from the San Francisco Chronicle for more details. You can also check out their website and videos at the Huge in Asia website. The website features some pretty good footage from Hanoi. Unfortantely, it appears the website hasn’t been updated for awhile, I guess the guys got bored and moved on to another project!