July 7, 2011

'I'd Buy That...As a Tee!' Vol 15 by Jeff Bond

Always on the look out for inspiring art... emblazoned across the chest of humanity. Here's some of the t-shirts I have my eye on to do just the trick but, there's only one problem....they aren't for sale yet! Please click the links below to the Threadless.com (my favoritest and most user friendly t-shirt contribution site) voting pages for each and give these beauties '5' ratings so I can throw 'em on my charge card one day.


Whomever is still unsure that Harry Potter is bad-ass, a week before the finale of the finales, need look no further than 'Scar Face'. A mash-up of epic proportions! Now if only someone would make a T-shirt with Tony Montana battling Death Eaters than that would just make my day. 



'Drinky Kong'...A monkey after my own heart!



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'Duck Orange' is a play off of the tasty dish 'Duck a' L'Orange. For my boy Mike D...always the Kubrick cohort. Not sure if he's into ducks though. Dicks? certainly! But ducks? I can't say. 



'Space Maidens Battle The Giant Unknown' ..They had me at 'Space Maidens' but the 'Giant Unknown' makes things that much more interesting, no? Just an odd original homage to all things intergalactic.



'Weapon Tee' You ARE Wolverine! That's all..bub!



'1 Down' is Super Mario chic. Gotta have it!



....and 'Two Faces' is Bat-tastic genius! A zipper-down hoodie that separates the personalities of the Dark Knight's nemesis...'Two Face' Harvey Dent!



I still have a bad taste in my mouth for all things Star Wars after this past weekend's kibosh on the 'epic' Star Wars event we had planned at a modest bar in Brooklyn but, I've decided that's no reason to deprive anyone of some great Star Wars related designs done by smalltown artists in the vein of some childhood intergalactic wizardry and sword play.

Princess Leia's expression is captured as she gets the big picture in 'Logical Conclusion' 



Two of my favorite baddies get the mash-up treatment in 'Shvader'. Peep the Imperial Foot symbol at the characters base. He probably hates him some Jedi Turtles...someone get on that!



I bet there are a ton of Jedi and Sith walking around wishing this 'Litesaber Hazard' was posted on more imperial danger zones. Think of all the money on cybernetics it would have saved them.



'Midnight Solo' proves Han had some musical inclinations. He's a jazzy loner.



And finally 'An Other End' shows us that maybe NOT knowing he fathered twins might have been the best thing for ol' Vader-kin Darth-walker.Impressive Cartoonery!



Until next time, kiddies!

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