Uncle Sam Mashup Totes
Couldn't help but feel a connection between "Stranger Things" and a certain fan favorite classic NES game "Super Mario Bros. 2". Decided to make a nifty graphic mashup kinda homage type thing to slap on a shirt.. Or something.
Tags: vintage, art, super-smash-bros, stranger-things, stranger
Yaaaayyy Ugly Christmas sweater season! Who doesn't like a good mashup of two classics? Here's one mashing up two of my favorites. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, and Silence of the Lambs. Hannibal Lecter looks like he made quite the trip to find Clarice!
Tags: silence-of-the-lambs, ugly, ugly-sweater, xmas-sweater, ugly-holiday-sweater
I tend to think that after adventuring, Uncle Iroh retired to enjoy the simple pleasures of life – mainly preparing and enjoying food and tea. After all, when your life has been so full of experiences, it might just be nice to settle back and enjoy some serenity for a while…. and some steamed dumplings, of course.
Tags: last-airbender, avatar-the-last-airbender, iroh, uncle-iroh, tea
Looking just like those transfer tees you got back in the 70’s, my Supernatural inspired Sam & Dean Vintage Transfer Tee will take you back to days of cheap gas, muscle cars, and brotastic good times fighting evil. Contains the famous words of Sam Winchester “The Frigging Winchesters”. You will love it! Get it on a baseball tee for an authentic vintage look! *This is an original work. Not endorsed by WB or an Official piece of Supernatural merchandise.
Tags: the frigging winchesters, flames, impala, muscle car, seventies
I've always loved this gorgeus mashup from PETER CHAN, one of the great artists behind many LucasArts games. This work was on the Adventurer #5-1992 (the LucasArts official magazine) and it's about Day of the Tentacle from Dave Grossman and Tim Schafer (duh?). I've never found a t-shirt with it and time ago I crave it almost desperately, so... I manage to make a HI-RES t-shirt out of it. Hope you like the cut-out! ;-)
Tags: video-games, the-secret-of-monkey-island, guybrush-threepwood, threepwood, zak-mc-kracken