William The Bastard Onesies
William Bakespeare T-Shirt. Funny Shakespeare Shirt for William Shakespeare, english literature, drama and smoking fans everywhere. Original William Bakespeare Shirt Design featuring classic Shakespeare keeping it lit artwork.
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Scottish warlord and freedom fighter William Wallace was a terror to the English in the middle-ages. With a series of successful battles under his belt and a penchant for making an example of his enemies by hanging their severed heads from his horse's bridle, Wallace was a fearsome force to be reckoned with. His family motto "Pro Libertate" has been somewhat bastardised over the years thanks in no small part to Mel Gibson's film Braveheart but the gist is there still. "FREEDOM!"
Tags: liberty, patriot, freedom, historical, history
A humorous caricature illustration of the well-known American novelist and writer of the famous book ‘Naked Lunch'; William Burroughs. One of a series of caricatures achieved for the Celebrity Sunday series, where a famous person is rendered within a day. The idea is to show them as if in a passport photo to have consistency.
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This design features Spike, everyone's favorite bad-guy-turned-sort-of-good-guy-but-can-still-be-very-bad-when-he-wants-to-be from Buffy the Vampire Slayer. With his long, black leather jacket and his "come hither" stare that makes you think "Oh yeah...he wants me," what could possibly make him more perfect? A tardis. That's what. With a tardis he could now say, "All of space and time, love. Where do you want to cause some trouble first?"
Tags: vampire, spike, pop-culture, tv-shows, mashup
Batman's super hero powers is being rich! If he didn't have all that Bruce Wayne coin and a butler called Alfred he would probably not be a hero at all. Grab the Rich Bastard shirt for any of your rich friends to wear to the opening night of Justice League in cinemas!
Tags: batman, dark-knight, bastard, gotham, rich
Where were you in 2002? Probably not wearing this sweet reproduction of the self-titled band's first album that Music Shines magazine declared, "the death knell of good taste" and "finally pulled the plug on punk rock's life support." Show your love for frontman Max Daiquiri and help him pay those alimony payments in this late to the game tribute to some of rock and roll's least prescient alumni.
Tags: green, alien, bastard, cult-music, album