This wonderful shirt is the work of one Marc Kerger who has created a Tetris t-shirt that is actually playable. He designed it to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the game. It runs on just 4 AA batteries with an arduino uno and 128 LEDs. Now you don’t need all those games on your phone to stay entertained.

See more pictures and the video after the break.

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alter egos lovecraft

What if some of our favorite historic figures led different lives? Steam Crow imagined alternate professions for Nikola Tesla, Edgar Allan Poe, Grigory Rasputin, and HP Lovecraft and designed a line of Altered Egos t-shirts to tell the tales.

Rasputin starts a hypnosis school, Poe runs a cryptographic detective agency, Tesla creates the first-ever energy drink, and Lovecraft works as a ghost writer and paranormal investigator. I love these ideas, and the vintage-style designs on the Altered Egos tees are fantastic.

Steam Crow is running a Kickstarter campaign to cover the cost of printing and shipping the shirts. You’re essentially pre-ordering the tees, and you can expect to get your shirt around September.

See the rest of the designs and the Kickstarter video after the break.

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hodor t-shirt

Y’know, people say they watch Game Of Thrones for the dragons or the story or the spectacle or the nudity or the “insert your reason here”, but we all know why we watch the show.


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doctor who picardo

Sitting around and thinking of people who can play The Doctor is just one of those things we geeks like to do. Speculation and suggestions are fun and, considering The Doctor does regenerate, we know he (or she) can end up being played by anyone.

Here’s a suggestion we came across. As John at Neatorama said, “Robert Picardo, who played the Doctor on Star Trek: Voyager, would do an excellent job of playing the Doctor on Doctor Who. He has no name and already has the job title!”

He also has the t-shirt apparently.

Check out the original tweet after the break…

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Zelda shirt header

Tired of Legend of Zelda shirts that only have the Triforce symbol? Geeky U has cute tanks, tees, and sweatshirts that feature the familiar triangles but also the Hylian crest and Link’s master sword. The triple threat makes for a beautifully geeky design. Geeky U offers the shirts in different colors and makes them to order with just a few days turnaround time.

Check out the design on different shirt styles and in different colors after the break.

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this is my room

This tentacle monster is no match for a boy, his trusty stuffed companion, and the wooden weapon of a warrior.

Grab this shirt for just $12 today only!

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These beautiful shirts and dresses from Starstuff Clothing are covered with images of actual celestial bodies. Each has an allover print with the threads actually dyed through so the image won’t fade over successive washes. These gorgeous designs are currently up on kickstarter because the company wants to revamp and bring the $49 price point down to something that’s more affordable.

They’re also introducing dresses (the one in the photo below is a mock-up). The earlier you pledge, the less you have to spend to get one of these shirts, so if you’re thinking of pledging your support to their kickstarter, the sooner the better. You won’t even have to wait long for the product to arrive as they’re looking to ship in July.

See more pictures and the video after the break…

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Breaking Bad has unfortunately shuffled off into that great TV set in the sky. But you can still celebrate your love for the show with this officially licensed Breaking Bad allover print t-shirt. It features Walt and Jesse’s RV and a hovering “blue crystal” cloud that may (or may not) be the aftereffects of a desert cooking session between a chemistry teacher and his former student. Ah, memories!

Check out two more pics of the shirt after the break…

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hallion who

We’ve featured shirts from Karen Hallion’s “Fairy Tale Who” series many times in the past, but when you can grab two designs for just $11 each it’s worth mentioning. Grab them while you can!

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