This new t-shirt design comes courtesy of designer/illustrator Riccardo Bucchioni and I have to say that it’s a pretty funny one. It’s called Know Your Nerds and it’s available on Threadless for 18 bucks.
Not one to rest on his laurels, modder Ben Heck is once more “at it”, cranking out an awesome geek costume just in time for Halloween.
By rigging up a chest-mounted LCD screen and a back-mounted CCD camera, he’s created this Portal-inspired t-shirt.
This simple, yet clever “Spacebar” t-shirt design by Montro has yet to be made, but truly deserves to be.
It combines four of my favorite things, computers, astronauts, passing out drunk, and hipster t-shirts all in a single package.
The most complex thing I ever built out of a set of LEGO bricks was a police station, and I did that following the directions. Real hard-core LEGO fans don’t need no stinkin’ instructions, and can turn their Mindstorms LEGO sets into robots that do things I won’t do for myself, like fold a t-shirt.
London-based graphic designer Aled Lewis does a bit of drawing on the side, and when he does he says he likes to create stuff that make people laugh. His geeky art certainly does that. Take the piece below for example, which Lewis calls ‘Battle 101’:
If you lobbed a Wailord directly at your enemy, it really will be super effective.
Ever wanted one of those crazy t-shirt cannons they use to blast shirts into the stands at the stadium? Well thanks to hacker extraordinaire KipKay, you can now have your own.
Kip has put together this handy tutorial video on how to build your own t-shirt launcher from common parts you can get at any hardware or plumbing store.
Hey there iPad user, have you ever wished you could carry your iPad with you when you’re buying groceries? Do you also run a pizza shop and wish that your delivery personnel could carry an iPad on their chest so that it can display “Hot Pizza” when the customer receives their order?
I don’t think Corneria would have won the Lylat Wars with this bunch:
Those aren’t fighters; they’re hawk food with glass bowls over their head.
Slippy’s much more adorable in that form though. You can order the Do A Barrel Roll!
While I don’t drink enough to need an actual t-shirt that has an integrated beer opener, I guess that for some people, this might be very handy indeed, especially during Spring Break.
The flexible-armed robot on the BeerBot T-shirt actually makes me think of Bender from Futurama, which just started its sixth season on Comedy Central, and does not have its own beer-bottle opener t-shirt (yet.)
While I’ve seen everything from keyboards to LEDs integrated into t-shirts, this is the first time that I’ve seen an actual guitar put into a t-shirt. That’s not all: this funky t-shirt comes even with an amplifier.
The t-shirt is wired up with digitized samples of the major chords from a real electric guitar.
The Tron Legacy buzz is slowly starting, and Threadless has jumped onto the bandwagon with some great Tron-inspired hoodies that glow in the dark.
This great hoody was designed by Rolf Nelson. He’s come up with a few different designs, including t-shirts, that will really make you pop in the night since they all glow in the dark.
The hoody is available in two different designs, one for those of you working for the MCP and one for the rebels.
Darth vader Meets Space Invaders. Need I say more?
RoboRock’s Space Invaders x Star Wars mashup t-shirt is geeky perfection. But if you want one, you’d better be quick. It’s available for one day only over at Riptapparel (5/4/2010) for just $10 bucks.
Chris Ball and his wife Madeleine created an email-counting shirt. If you’re looking for a valid justification for the existence of a shirt that can count new emails in binary form then you must be new to technabob.
Now being in the full-time business of building websites, this t-shirt has extra special meaning for me. But even if you don’t know HTML, META tags or SEO from a hole in the ground, it’s still a funny design, assuming you’ve ever been worried about some sort of impending robot attack.