T-Shirt Tuesday: The Mrowr

The Mrowr

Another Tuesday, another adorable tee.  Yes, I know Edvard Munch’s The Scream is pretty played out in terms of pop culture, but I admit that I have  always been a fan of Expressionist art and this just happens to have a cat in it!  I love the little cheeseburger floating in the sky, as if this kitty is having an existential crisis because he cannot haz a cheezburger.   This particular tee is still available (at the time of this posting) from Woot! Shirt so get you one while you still can!  Until next time, haz you a cheezburger and keep wearing tees!

T-Shirt Tuesday #15: Storytellers

Storytellers by Maxim Cyr

Happy Tuesday!  As summer is winding to a close, I thought about how I used to spend summers as a child.  Back then, the days were filled with swimming and the afternoons when it rained (as it often did in Southern Louisiana in the summer) involved reading.  This week’s sartorial shout-out, Storytellers hearkens back to those days when sleeping late was the norm, PB&Jelly was a main component of my diet, and books were my own secret world.  At least books are a constant as an adult.  Take a look and see if you can name all the books referenced on this tee.  Here’s a better view.

Storytellers is currently sold out on Threadless, but they often reprint tees and not surprisingly, this is a popular one so keep checking back if you want one for your very own.  They do still have kids & infant sizes available and I think it would be awesome for any kid.

So sometimes when life as an adult gets a little overwhelming, pick up a book and escape.  You’ll be glad you did.  Until next time, have a lemonade, read a book & keep wearing tees!

OMG Awesomeness!: WonderWoman Custom Painted Bra

I think my head just exploded when I happened upon SceeneShoes Etsy shop.   I’ve never been one for outrageous lingerie, but I think I just found something I need!  And I must admit it would be a wonderful companion to my shoes!

The WonderWoman bra is just one of many wonderfully nerdy custom painted undergarments and shoes the artist has available – including R2D2 and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles!  Now, I wonder if she’ll do a custom Slave Girl Leia version . . .

T-Shirt Tuesday #14: El Guapo’s Pinata Emporium

Oh The Three Amigos, how I love thee and this week’s tee is a perfect nod to that film.  I picked this one up in a trade at Teetrade.org, a wonderful site that makes it easy for you to trade a tee that was bought on a whim after a few too many (drinks or hours of gaming) for something you might actually wear.

Though this particular tee is no longer available on Shirt.Woot!, this one is currently available on Threadless!  Although it doesn’t reference The Three Amigos, it sure made me laugh.  I kind of think of it as 50 Shades of Pinata.

Speaking of NSFW pinatas, take a gander at the newest episode of De-Pixelated from Blue Goggles Films!

Wow!  Who knew pinatas were such a thing?  Maybe they’re the new mustache.  Until next time – Viva le Tee!

T-Shirt Tuesday #13: We’ve Got Some Work To Do Now

Is it Tuesday again, already?  Seriously, I feel like the weeks fly by.  This week’s sartorial shout-out is one of my favorites – OK well they all are to some extent. So for lucky #13, I bring you from Threadless “We’ve Got Some Work to Do Now” by Travis Pitts.

Not only do I love the title, (although it reminds me that I have been quite remiss on giving folks my two cents about this summer’s movies) the art is so, so awesome!

I’ve been a fan of Scooby Doo, Where Are You? for as long as I remember.  This was the original series that ran even before I was born, but was repeated often during the late seventies and very early eighties.  I think this show for my early love of supernatural storytelling.  In any case, being a nerdy child, I always liked Velma though I always wished she would dress a little better and do something with her hair.  I mean she didn’t have to be prissy like Daphne, but surely she could do something a bit more than that helmet hairdo.  Thus, when I saw this shirt it made me really happy.  Not only was my girl Velma the brains of the operation, but she was also a zombie killing badass.  One of my favorite touches is Daphne’s green scarf tied to Velma’s arm.  That and the “R.I.P. S+F+D” on the side of the Misery Machine just take it to the next level.

Though it is currently out of stock at Threadless, they often do reprints, so if you want one of your own, keep checking back.  It’s a totally badass shirt for Scooby Doo and zombie fans alike.  Needless to say, I think this shirt will be the inspiration for my 2012 Halloween costume.  Until next time, have some scooby snacks and keep wearing tees!

T-Shirt Tuesday #12: July 4th Edition

As I rifled through my T-shirt collection to find something fitting for this week’s post, I realized that I had nothing that was red, white & blue – not even a lone Captain America shirt in the mix.  So I decided to think out of the box a bit.  And so you have this week’s T-Shirt Tuesday featured tee. It’s from a little place called The Salt Lick, and to me, BBQ means the 4th of July.

Now, BBQ is a serious, serious thing in Texas and this post does not come down on any side of what central Texas BBQ purveyor is the best.  I’ve had BBQ from quite a few and all have their virtues – I simply have a Salt Lick tee.  If I had another BBQ themed tee, I may have featured it.  In any case, Happy 4th of July.  Eat some BBQ, drink some cold (locally made or even better, homebrewed beer) and be free to wear a tee.

T-Shirt Tuesday #11: Jester King Black Metal

It has already been one of those weeks and its only Tuesday so I felt it was fitting to feature a tee from one of my favorite Austin area craft breweries – Jester King.  This is not so much an entry about the tee (which is just fine), but about the brewery (and brews).  I discovered Jester King a few years ago with the release of their humorously named Commercial Suicide.  While I didn’t love that particular brew, what I did like was their approach to brewing.  Their first few beers (aside from Commercial Suicide) were serviceable, but it wasn’t until their shift to brewing farmhouse style beers that I really became a fan.

Add to that, leading the charge against the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission’s ridiculous and antiquated laws, and I am a lifetime fan of Jester King.  Oh, and I didn’t even mention that they are the first (and for the time only) certified organic brewery in the state of Texas!  Well guess I just did!  So much awesomeness and tasty brews – if you can get your hands on some Jester King, definitely give it a try!

So I raise my glass and give this week’s sartorial shout out to Jester King Craft Brewery!  Cue the metal, rock on & wear tees!