Monday, February 17, 2014

Threadless is making Nickelodeon shirts now

Real Monsters, Hey Arnold!, Rocko's Modern Life, The Ren & Stimpy Show, and The Adventures Of Pete And Pete—though fans interested in creating something related to the latter are not permitted to use "any actor likeness,Tissue Paper Honeycomb Ball" making that "Don't Give Up Hope" Artie shirt a little harder to achieve.The contest runs through Feb. 27, and winning designers will pull in not only cash and Threadless gift certificates, but also "a chance to choose an episode to air on TeenNick's Mixtape Monday," and—and this is the big one—"A Nickelodeon prize pack including original animation cels and other swag."So far, there are about 115 designs up for voting on Threadless' site. Images from some of our favorites are below, though the shirt we really want—an exact facsimile of Artie's long john top from Pete And Pete—doesn't seem to exist yet. 

Now that the Syracuse University basketball team did indeed "Beat Duke," there is a new T-shirt for SU fans to grab to celebrate their eam.Local T-shirt maker Holy Shirt!, which made the popular "Beat Duke" T-shirts sold before the Syracuse-Duke game, is releasing a "Always #1" T-shirt for Syracuse basketball fans today.The release of the new shirt coincides with Syracuse claiming the top spot in the Associated Press and USA Today basketball polls on Monday.The "Always #1" T-shirts will be available at the following locations: Herb Philipsons, Cooperstown Connection at Destiny USA, Galaxy of Stars at Shoppingtown, select Nice n Easy shops and on the SU Hill at the Syracuse University Bookstore in the Schine Student Center. 

Holy Shirt! has made popular SU-related T-shirts in the past, including the "marathon men" T-shirts sold after Syracuse's six overtime win over Connecticut in the 2009 Big East Tournament.He doesn't figure to get a, uh,T-Shirts Hoodies ringing endorsement from the organizing'mittee in Sochi, but a New York ad agency designer appears to be first out of the gate when it'es to poking some fun at Friday's major malfunction.When one of the five rings did not illuminate as planned during the Olympics Opening Ceremony on Friday,Buy cheap Coach Grade Sunglasses, Custom Fit Stripe Shirt and more. the proverbial light bulb clicked on over Michael Miller's head.Miller quickly designed a T-shirt to'memorate the It sells for $22.95,Honeycomb Tissue Ball of which Miller only expects to book a profit of $1.50. He did say on Twitter, however, that he is looking for a worthwhile charity to benefit from whatever cash he's able to generate.

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