Vans and NASA commemorate the space agency’s 60 years of exploration with the Space Voyager collection. Largely inspired by space suits, the collection features shoes, jackets, a hoodie, t-shirts and bags adorned with NASA’s logo and patches. Drops 11/2/18.
The Rage Quit t-shirt features a woodblock-style print designed by Jed Henry, maker of the Ukiyo-e Heroes prints. It sees an angry gamer tattooed with characters from Super Mario Bros. and a pile of controllers spilling out of his body after committing seppuku.
Now you can get Spider-Man’s dying – vanishing? – words in Avengers: Infinity War on a t-shirt thanks to artist Olipop. The graphic depicts the “I don’t feel so good” line with the crumbling dust effect as seen on the film. Also available on other apparel and merchandise.
UNIQLO is teaming up with Japanese manga magazine Weekly Shonen Jump for a collection of t-shirts. The tees include some of the manga’s big hits, such as Hunter x Hunter and One Piece, as well as classics like Yu Yu Hakusho and Dragon Ball. That Yamcha shirt!
Vollebak’s Black Light is a collection of athletic wear that appears all black in daylight. But you’ll still be seen in them in the dark, because they have black glass spheres that easily reflect light. There’s a t-shirt, long sleeved shirt, sweater and jacket.
Pop artist Butcher Billy’s latest work is a series of vintage comic book covers based on the fourth season of Black Mirror. Each episode gets one cover, plus two bonus covers for the last episode. You can get them as posters, tees and more on Redbubble.
Kids get bored so easily. Here’s a fun activity to keep them occupied. While we prefer the demonic red piping on the baseball shirts, they’re also available in a wide variety of colors over at Steven Rhodes’ Teepublic shop for 6 bucks less. The notebook is great too.
Forever 21 is infamous for jacking other brands’ looks. But even they don’t mess with The Big N. Its licensed Super Nintendo collection rocks retro designs based on the SNES, Super Mario World, Super Mario Kart and The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
Pop artist Butcher Billy gave classic pop songs a dark twist by turning them into fictional Stephen King horror books. Although to be fair Every Breath You Take already has creepy lyrics. You can get the artworks on prints, tees, bags, and other merchandise on Red Bubble.
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