Top 5 New Shirts From Threadless

As you all know, we’re huge Threadless.com fans on theMET. There’s no other place where you get a constant stream of funny, artistic t-shirts made by the people for the people. Every so often, I’d like to draw your attention to some of the best of the best on that site. #1. New Hairstyle by Lucas de Alcantara

Love this one by artist Lucas de Alcantara. It’s an ode to Star Wars with young Chewy in Princess Leia buns! $18 guys tee. #2 The Beginning by Alexandre Deviers

Young Batman was quite unruly right from the very beginning! Love him on his little bicycle! $18 guys tee. #3 Her Hair by Federico Rodriguez Morice

Love the use of space on this t-shirt. Gorgeous! $18 girl or guys tee. #4 The Red by Dina Prasetyawan

This one freaks me out slightly – girl with chainsaw!? – but I like it! $18 girl or guy tee. #5 If You Find Me Dead…

And finally, this morbid but really cool shirt. Seriously, if you find me dead, make it look like I was doing something cool! (I prefer the splits.) $15 guys tee So there’s my favorites for now. Check out these and more at Threadless.com. Also…remember they’re having a sale for $5 tees till 3/30, so check those out too!



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