Japanese Horror Kids T-Shirts
Here we have Asami, a beautiful woman with a bit of baggage. This illustration series aims to represent these strong female horror monsters and villains in bold, simple colors and shapes. It’s a labor of love and blood!
Tags: women-of-horror, femmes-of-fright, takashi-miike, japanese-horror, audution
This is a design based off the modern Nintendo 64 Logo used and the original translation of “Nintendo” that was written on the boxes. Some people may see an inconsistency as it says Nintendo as “ニンテンドウ” instead of the new translation of “ニンテンドー” This is because on the original Japanese packaging, that’s what is written on the box. And, according to google translate, still translates to “Nintendo” so I just went with it.
Tags: nintendoshirts, nintendo64, videogames, gaming, japanese
The unique and surreal nation that is Japan is comprised of 47 prefectures. Each prefecture has it's own cool characteristics, personality, and even their own logos. Proudly represent your favorite prefecture with this stylish Japanese Prefecture design, featuring the actual logo from the prefecture office in Japan. Collect them all!
Tags: japanese, city-of-kochi, kochi-prefecture, kochi, municipalities
The four names on this shirt have created some of the most memorable madmen and monsters from the last 40 years: Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger, Leatherface, Krug Stillo, Snake Plissken, Nada, Martin, zombies! Between them, Wes Craven, Tobe Hooper, George A. Romero, and John Carpenter shaped the face of horror and what it meant to be scared -- their legacies still influencing horror movies today.
Tags: movie, wes-craven, leatherface, freddy-krueger, a-nightmare-on-elm-street