Sy-Fy Crazy Tees

I have not had a Threadless day in a while and today seemed like a good day since they have free shipping worldwide (use “shipshiphooray” code)on until March 2. There are lots of new designs if you have not been there in a while. I would like to think there is a little something for everyone with designs ranging from cutesy to dark but perhaps not so much anymore. I do not like their new theme for surfing which kind of reminds me of Windows 8 and I am not completely sold on. That being said I found three designs by three fabulous designers and wanted to share them with you:
My absolute favorite is “Adventure Awaits” by Karen Hallion. I love anything with the Tardis (Dr. Who). On first glance I thought it was Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz with the blue and white dress but on closer inspection the character looks more like Disney’s Belle (Beauty and the Beast). Still love it.
Plus size Tardis and Belle Tee from Threadless.
Galaxy prints have been widely coveted as of late. I have seen some awesome prints in tights, dresses, and even shoes. I was immediately drawn to this delicate version of “Stars and Stripes” by Ross Zietz. What makes this design unique is that it is all over the tee, front and back, which is unusual for a Threadless t-shirt.
Plus size stars and stripes galaxy tee from Threadless.
Continuing with the sy-fy theme is this cheeky design by Eduardo San Gil debating “Science vs. Superstition”. We have wizards and unicorns doing battle with some of the greatest scientists of our time. I see Darwin, and Einstein, and Freud…
The battle of science and the supernatural Threadless t-shirt.
My only interests are not sy-fy. I also really liked the “Lonely Fox” tee and the “God Owl of Dreams” tee. But my heart does tend to steer more toward sy-fy… and zombies. Threadless tees come in sizes small to 2x for about $20.
Topic Links
* Get your plus size novelty tees from Threadless

Similar Posts

One Comment

  1. Loved the Tardis design. Have to agree with you about the new layout, got very confused and couldn’t find everything I wanted to :/ Hope I get used to it soon.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.