I still tend to  say (well, not like out loud, most of the time just in my head) the Star Light, Star Bright rhyme whenever I see a star. But this updated version is way cooler:



It’s from Splitreason for $18.95.

I’ve been a bit Tron obsessed lately, so the moment I saw this T-shirt I knew I should get it:

My Other Ride Is A Light Cycle 1

My Other Ride Is A Light Cycle 2

I’m still not sure though whether to get the tee or the hoody; they both look awesome! Plus they both come with glow-in-the-dark ink… sweet. Both the tee and the hoody are available on Threadless for $20 and $45 respectively.

Most of the geeky T-shirts I own come from Threadless, and each time they surprise me again with the designs they come up with. This latest one is brilliant:


How many characters do you recognize? These are the ones that I figured out (I think I’ve got them right, correct me if I’m wrong though):

1919 – ?
1929 – Tintin
1930 – Betty Boop
1935 – ?
1950 – Charlie Brown
1952 – Astroboy
1959 – Obelix from Asterix and Obelix
1960 – Wilma Flintstone from The Flintstones
1966 – Smurfette from The Smurfs
1969 – Shaggy from Scooby Doo
1970 – Josie from Josie and The Pussycats
1983 – He-man
1984 – ?
1985 – Lion-O from Thundercats
1986 – Calvin from Calvin and Hobbs
1987 – Homer from The Simpsons
1993 – Beavis from Beavis and Butt-head
1995 – Dragonball Z
1996 – ?
2000 – ?

I’m missing 5 from the 20, not too bad. Plus I have a feeling I should know those last two…

The Marvelous Cartoon Wigs Museum T-Shirt is available on the Threadless store for $18.

Yep, I’m starting yet another “rrific” post, this time all about terrific t-shirts! I managed to get this one in a sale yesterday at David & Goliath’s Carnaby Street store for only £5:


Cute, right? And perfect for Hackdays!