For the hipstertastic dressers out there who came of age in the ’80s, this shirt is for you. With retro stripes and a loose cut, the icing on the cake is a photo of dreamboat (well, maybe) Scott Baio screened onto the chest. OK, so if you don’t love Chachi, you might be appalled by this style. But for those who do, you can place this right next to your “I Love Steve Buscemi” tee (because we know you have one of those, too).
Everyone’s thinking digital when it comes to saving the news publishing industry, but maybe the answer is to actually go more for the physical. That’s kind of the idea behind T-Post, a magazine you can wear. Each shirt concentrates on an off-beat (yet relevant) news story; past articles have covered how “Google Earth was being used to find a lost Eden” or “The ethics of mind-enhancing super drugs.” The editors then have artists come up with a related graphic for the front of the shirt, and print the text of the story on the inside. This, in the eyes of the T-Post editors, constitutes an “issue,” which comes out every six weeks. The genius catch: to get your hands on one you have to be a subscriber. OK, so it might not be the most efficient way to get your news. But at least you won’t have to deal with messy ink hands. After the jump, a video by the folks at T-Post, breaking down the details. [Dossier] Keep reading »
Rather than going for the seen-everywhere J.Crew or Urban Outfitters T-shirts this season, think about expanding your cotton-horizons: L.A. photographer Max Wanger (he’s ah-mazing!) has turned some of his most beloved photos into adorable T-shirts. Every month he creates another design in very limited quantities and when you order, you get a postcard of the actual photo it was based on too! Daily Candy loved last month’s “Love” (in sign language) shirt, but I’m all about this month’s tee, “Wish.” (That’s it, above…) All shirts cost $35 and are available here. [Max Wanger Shop] Keep reading »
Pete’s gonna be awfully pissed when he sees his name didn’t make the company shirt. [Relevant Now via BuzzFeed] Keep reading »
Someone had to make money off the Balloon Boy hoax, right? Presenting the Balloon Boy T-shirt. It was only a matter of time. [$20, Glennz Tees via LikeCool.com] Keep reading »
For true nerd-love only! (Thick-rimmed glasses and World of Warcraft obsession sold separately.) [Rumplo.com] Keep reading »