This is a picture from a shirt you can buy that was made to look like a Haynes workshop manual. Except it's for R2 units! Like R2-D2, you know, from Star Wars! The shirt costs $24, and if you look closely at the insides you'll notice that R2 units are packed with a bicycle, turntables, one of those robots from Dr. Who, and a dentist's chair. Who'd have thought? Not me. I may actually get one if I can steal enough money out of my wife's purse without her knowing. My "Level 70 geeks do it all night long with a pack of blood elves on the back of a flying mount" t-shirt is getting pretty ripe from all the late night gaming sessions.
Reece Ward's shirt page on redbubble (with a bunch of other geeky clothing)
This is a gallery of geeky t-shirt designs from some guy named Glenn Jones. Hit the jump for a bunch more of my favorites and a link to his store which has even more. They're all $20 a pop and the perfect thing to keep you from showing your tits this holiday season. Unless y... / Continue →
D-Barcode is a Japanese firm that will design your barcode to look cooler than the standard bunch of lines. These are some examples of their work. But it doesn't come cheap! And, despite what you may have read above the urinal, neither do I.
It can be pretty pricey, though:... / Continue →
This is a picture of two conceptual video game shirts that Geekologie tipster Jessica sent me. Aaaaand that's all the information we have. Anybody seen these before? Are they being manufactured? Do YOU want to manufacture them? Because if you do I swear I won't tell the or... / Continue →