October 6, 2011

'I'd Buy That...As a Tee!' Vol 21



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 voting pages for each and give these beauties '5' ratings so I can throw 'em on my charge card one day.

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The neat-o polo emblem design contest continues this week over at Threadless ...and here's three that caught my attention.....

'LaZombie' is reminiscent of the LaCoste Gator...only hungrier....much hungrier!



...and 'Zombie Polo' is a great take on the Ralph Lauren Polo design only with a new player on the field.



'Skip the Alligator' includes my favorite 8-bit adventurer, Pitfall Harry in on the pratfalls of a LaCaoste Gator   infested swamp.




'Junk in the Trunk' unexpectedly transforms some of this cross-country traveler's scenery. Love the fatty holding on for his dear life to the trunk carpeting. Tranform...and evacuate!



The 'Mystery Autobot' in question has obviously transformed from the stylish Scooby Doo vehicle...the 'Mystery Machine'. There's a Scooby Doo celebrity mash-up I'd like to see happen.


and there's no mystery as to who's behind this murder by numbers with it's typical cast of so-and-so's in 'Murder Mystery'



'The Birth' of the chest burster from the Alien saga will stop your heart from beating dead in it's tracks!




...and 'Savage Instinct' brings one my favorite DragonBall Z characters Oozaru to life in a delicious shade of purple!



'Raidachu' electrically mashes up two of my  favorite video game icons. Mortal Kombat's Raiden...and Pokemon's Pik-tastic battler Pikachu! Round 1....fight!



Last but, certainly not least my ABSOLUTE favorite this week was 'The Siege' starring my favorite movie theater candy (and sometimes 80's Disney Cartoon characters) the Gummi bears in full-out warfare for color domination. Of his work, the Tee artist had this to say (to my amusement)
"After months of racial tension, the siege of the Red Gummies has begun." Can't all we Gummi's just get along? Or atleast get in my mouth!


...That's all t-shirt wearers! Tee you next time!

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