So it turns out that the creepy facehuggers in the Alien saga don’t really want to hurt us. All they want is a little affection. Celebrate the love between baby xenomorph and human with this commemorative Space Hugs tee.
I was checking out this weekend’s Midwest Gaming Classic in Brookfield, WI and amongst all of the pinball machines and classic arcade games, I stumbled onto some really great geeky artwork at One Man Surf Party’s booth.
We Love Fine and writer Matt Fraction’s H Signs t-shirt is based on Hawkeye #19. That issue of Fraction’s and David Aja’s comic book series has been lauded for its portrayal of daily life for deaf people.
Prove that you’re an Ace Attorney fan with Fangamer’s Objection! t-shirt. Designed by Maximo Lorenzo, the shirt features a silhouette of Phoenix Wright doing what he does best. It also comes with a 1″ button that resembles the game’s all-important attorney’s badge.
Fans of classic SEGA games will want to start saving up their Yen now, as there are some amazing new T-shirts on the way from Japan that you’ll want hanging in your closets.
The shirts, made by Geek Life are based on classic games including Space Harrier, Altered Beast and Galaxy Force II, and are covered with large, detailed artwork which just looks amazing.
Graphic designer/tee fighter/Red Bubble squadron member Huck Blade mashed up Red Bull’s logo with the Alliance Starfighter Corps’ famous call sign. If Red Bull gives you wings, Red Five gives you two X-wings.
Fly to Red Bubble and order the t-shirt for $25 (USD).
All right listen up you primitive screwheads, this is my boomstick t-shirt! It has two short sleeves, a single hole for your head and another for your torso. Jimiyo’s top-of-the-line.You can find this on Yetee for the next 24 hours or on Red Bubble for as long as Jimiyo wants it to be there.
Thanks to it8bit, I’ve found one of my new favorite artists: Billy Butcher. His collection Come Play My Game, I’ll Test Ya! is an edgy and lively mashup of pop culture, headlined by my favorite pastime: videogames.
XD Threads remixed the album cover from Daft Punk’s latest album Random Access Memories to create this t-shirt design featuring Proto Man and his harder, better, faster and stronger descendant Mega Man.
Japanese artist Hokusai probably sought to honor the power of the sea when he made The Great Wave off Kanagawa. But with a simple cut and paste, KyozoKicks managed to make Blastoise the bad ass part of this famous woodblock print.
The Fallout franchise has many unique features – the bottle cap currency, the above average writing, the glitches – but deviantART member Scott aka OrangeRakoon chose to make a funny meta-nod to what I consider to be the Fallout trademark: the green-on-green conversation window.
Like the various countries in the real world, different videogames have different currencies. deviantART member/virtual economist/pun visualizer Matt Cowan pulled the exchange rate for various game currencies right out of his witty ass and created this funny artwork.
Two cute T-shirts that mashes up a game for mature audiences and literature for kids. Mass Effect and the children’s books Little Miss and Mr. Men. Somehow it works. Look at Little Miss Shepard’s cute nose.
Gamers run on energy drinks and soda nowadays, but graphic designer Joe Grady remembers a time when he and his fellow imaginative adventurers relied on Dunkin’ Donuts’ coffee and fried rings of dough and sugar to keep them up during marathon sessions of Dungeons & Dragons.