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William Shakespeare Kids Hoodies

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Shakespearian insult.

Tags: quotes, typography, writing, insult, henry-v

Tags: beard, beards, mustache, moustache, movember

Less than a Man Kids Hoodie

by DarkChoocoolat
$36

Tags: lady-macbeth, quotes, shakespeare, shakespeare-plays, quote

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This is a vintage portrait of William Shakespeare.

Tags: illustration, drawing, literature, english-literature, theater

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The Brooklyn Shakespeare Festival is too cool for school.

Tags: brooklynone-productions, brooklynone, brooklyn, psychedlic, hazelwood

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William Shakespeare Typographic Portrait

Tags: shakespeare, to-be-or-not-to-be, hamlet, theater, william-shakespeare

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To be, or not to be: that is the question.

Tags: face, english, writer, playwright, poet

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A minimalist portrait of William Shakespeare from Hirsute History: a celebration of hair and influence for the scientist, philosopher, or thinker in us all. Check out the full Hirsute History collection: http://hirsute.amorphia-apparel.com

Tags: hair, hirsute, geek, nerd, author

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From Shakespeare's piece - The Merry Wives of Windsor : Scene IV A Room in Page's House "A Women Would Run Through Fire And Water For Such Kind Heart."

Tags: william-shakespeare, theatrical, sinatra

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Dost thou wish to be thine office crackup? Then thus shirt, tis for thee! Or something like that... Share a smirk with Shakespeare by wearing one of his most famous quotes. Seriously. It's a real quote from the bard himself.

Tags: michael-scott, thats-what-she-said, the-office, performing, dramatic

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What does your heart say?

Tags: william-shakespeare, ballon

To be or not to be. Kids Hoodie

by Leirum_Art6
$36
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The Infinite Monkey Theorem proposes that an unlimited number of monkeys, given typewriters and sufficient time, will eventually produce the complete works of Shakespeare.

Tags: william-shakespeare, typewriter, mathmatics, math, funny

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Polonius: This above all: to thine own self be true, And it must follow, as the night the day, Thou canst not then be false to any man. Farewell, my blessing season this in thee! William Shakespeare, "Hamlet"

Tags: quotes, hamlet, shakespeare, william-shakespeare

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'You, minion, are too saucy' An illustrated Shakespearean insult.

Tags: insult, quote, funny, william-shakespeare, shakespeare

Too Saucy Kids Hoodie

by helenpanayi
$36
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Mercutio from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, featuring a flower crown of begonias ("beware, dark thoughts") and primroses ("youth, inconstancy").

Tags: william-shakespeare, romeo-and-juliet, shakespeare

Mercutio Kids Hoodie

by unlinedpapers
$36

Tags: van-gogh, vincent, shakespeare, william-shakespeare, mozart

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Hell is empty and all the devlis are here. (Shakespeare)

Tags: text, devil, hell, quote, william-shakespeare

Hell is empty... Shakespeare quote Kids Hoodie

by rotesirrlicht@gmail.com
$36
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'Thou art as loathsome as a toad' An illustrated Shakesearean insult.

Tags: literature, insult, quote, william-shakespeare, shakespeare

Loathsome Toad Kids Hoodie

by helenpanayi
$36
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Verily, or in other words, yes.

Tags: old-school, shakespeare, william-shakespeare, classy

Verily Kids Hoodie

by PunIntended
$36
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Silly Shakespeare shirt.

Tags: humor, the scottish play, macbeth, william-shakespeare, shakespeare

Tags: character, public-domain-source, play, drama, theatre

Get Thee to a Numnery Kids Hoodie

by disneyblonde
$36
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Shakespearian insult.

Tags: typography, insult, the-taming-of-the-shrew, william-shakespeare

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A Shakespearean Skull! :D

Tags: to-be-or-not-to-be, william-shakespeare, shakespeare, skull

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Each letter portrays a major theme/motif/symbol in the play. H - extremes and duality. Quintessence of dust vs. how like an angel, fertility vs. chastity and denial, love vs. sorrow. A - death and damnation. There aren't a lot of mentions of Heaven, but there are many for Hell. M - flowers. Ophelia's flower scene and the garland she drowns in sum up many key points and character realtionships using flower language. L - domination of women. E - fate and destiny, often associated with stars. T - rot and decay.

Tags: theatre, to-be-or-not-to-be, william-shakespeare, shakespeare

HAMLET Symbolism Kids Hoodie

by DiamondsandPhoenixFire
$36
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'Wedded be thou to the hags of hell' An illustrated Shakespearean insult.

Tags: funny, insult, quote, william-shakespeare, shakespeare

The Hags of Hell Kids Hoodie

by helenpanayi
$36
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Shakespearian insult.

Tags: quotes, typography, writing, henry-iv-part-1, insult

Clay-Brained Kids Hoodie

by cipollakate
$36
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Shakespearian insult.

Tags: henry-v, typography, quote, writing, insult

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'Thou art as fat as butter' An illustrated Shakesearean insult.

Tags: literature, funny, insult, william-shakespeare, fat

As Fat as Butter Kids Hoodie

by helenpanayi
$36
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'Thou smell of Mountain Goat' An illustrated shakespearean insult.

Tags: funny, insult, quote, william-shakespeare, shakespeare

Smelly Goat Kids Hoodie

by helenpanayi
$36
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Shakespeare wants to know..Do you?

Tags: william-shakespeare, shakespeare, mary-jane, pot, 420

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2B or not 2B...that is the question.

Tags: nierautomata, nier-automata, 2b, 2b-or-not-2b, videogames

2B or not 2B Kids Hoodie

by SmolKitsune
$36

Tags: pun, puns, a midsummer night's dream, terrible-puns, theater

Cakespeare's Globe Kids Hoodie

by geeksweetie
$36
Description

The OG media Bad boy

Tags: william-shakespeare, hamlet, to-be-or-not-to-be, dramatic, macbeth

Bard to the Bone Kids Hoodie

by SquareDog
$36
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“Love comforteth like sunshine after rain, But Lust’s effect is tempest after sun; Love’s gentle spring doth always fresh remain, Lust’s winter comes ere summer half be done; Love surfeits not, Lust like a glutton dies; Love is all truth, Lust full of forged lies.” Quote from Venus and Adonis by Shakespeare.

Tags: venus-and-adonis, love-is-all-truth, love, play, poetry

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From Shakespeare’s Troilus and Cressida: “For the love of all the gods, Let's leave the hermit pity with our mothers, And when we have our armours buckled on, The venom'd vengeance ride upon our swords, Spur them to ruthful work, rein them from ruth.” As seen in Romeo + Juliet (1996).

Tags: theatre, theater, dramatic, troilus-and-cressida, cressida

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