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T-shirts, Polos & Shirts

Christopher Shannon teams up with Activision for Prototype tees

By admin on June 18th, 2009

activision christopher shannon prototype alex mercer.jpg
Liverpudlian designer Christopher Shannon has teamed up with Activision to produce a range of tees inspired by cult video game Prototype.

Taking his cues from lead character Alex Mercer Shannon has created a selection of printed tees which would please fashion fan and gamer alike. Christopher Shannon came onto the scene with the Topman MAN show, and it’s great to see him get commissions off the back of it.

Commercial as it may be Activision are keeping this exclusive by making it phone order only, you’ll have to ring 020 7693 6985 to get your hands on the tees.

Entertainment, Heroes and Celebrities

Pedantry Corner: Barack Obama’s ‘O-face’ t-shirt

By admin on August 29th, 2008


Just a quick pedantic note here: Whilst I would love the idea of an Obama t-shirt based on that scene from Office Space, it’s more than likely based on the picture above of Vince Carter dunking on Fred Weis during the 2000 Olympics. The ‘O-Face’ probably stands for facial rather than anything else. You can see the actual dunk after the jump, if you’re so inclined.

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T-shirts, Polos & Shirts

All Saints Dip Dye grey marl t-shirt

By admin on August 21st, 2008

dip dye all saints grey marl tee shirt.jpgConjuring up various images from NYC joggers in the ’80s to hip young things in tri-blend, grey marl is infinitely stylish. All Saints’ Dip Dye t-shirt has two-toned sewn panels creating a pleasing layered effect without the bulk.

For an upmarket look wear this top with slim, drainpipe charcoal jeans and a few simple badges to provide a focal point. At £35 it’s a reasonable price for a piece that will breathe the kiss of life into your everyday outfits.

Clothing, T-shirts, Polos & Shirts

Yoko Ono t-shirt – Beatles fans turn away now

By admin on April 8th, 2008


If you’re into being ironic – and who isn’t?
- then you’ll love this ‘Oh
Yoko’ tee
by Just Another Rich Kid. It’s perfect for people who want to
reference the beatles via the medium of t-shirt, which is officially the
smartest method of communication.

Yoko Ono isn’t the first choice for t-shirt
and her name isn’t seen on one unless it’s followed by ‘ruined the Beatles’.
Despite this, the shirt looks great and would be good for any Yoko Ono fans
(which are as easy to find as the Loch Ness Monster and people who watch
Emmerdale). It costs £48.99 and is available from Elements.


Next colour block t-shirt

By ShinyMedia on May 2nd, 2007


This cool colour block t-shirt is surprisingly enough from Next, this means that not only is it cheap, but the chances of you spotting anyone you know in it are slim. That’s the trick with the more fuddy duddy retailers, no one thinks they will stock anything interesting so when they do you can snap it up without fear of looking like a high street clone. This interesting tee will set you back a mere £20 and will look great with some pale grey slacks for a relaxed summer look.


Andy Capp t-shirt from Urban Outfitters

By Isabelle on March 26th, 2007

Pledge your allegiance to the olden days, and all things British with Urban Outfitters’ Andy capp t-shirt. It comes in grey marl and black. Andy Capp been lazing, boozing and arguing since 1957, and since his creator Reg Whyte’s death in 1998 the strip has been lovingly kept going. For a truly authentic look you’ll need to accessorise the t-shirt with a fag, a pigeon and a pint of bitter. You can get the t-shirt for £25 which should leave enough change for a trip t’pub. See after the jump for the black version.

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Lazy Oaf tourist tee

By Isabelle on March 20th, 2007

Lazy oaf have got a heck of a lot of cool t-shirts. My favourite is their snap happy tee, kind of like a new version of the tux tee it makes you dressed for business in about 30 seconds. Perfect for wearing with lemon yellow shorts and old sneakers for a retro tourist look. They also have sweatshirts, socks, belts and the a card that says "I like you nearly as much as crisps".


Joystick Junkies Space Invader tee

By Isabelle on March 15th, 2007

Joystick Junkies’ Space Invader tee is a brilliant way to pledge your allegiance to all things pixel-related. The design comes in a nifty foil print on a black ultrasoft tee. The company have got tons more computer/arcade game related tees and hoodies, so if Space Invaders wasn’t your thing you could sport for example, a 720 or Sensible Soccer tee.

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