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We're slowly gathering entries for our yet-to-be-announced Phoenix Wright Shirt Makers' Club. These elite crafters have decided to express their fandom for Capcom's graphic adventure series and its characters in the most reverent way they know: by giving Phoenix Wright a place of honor on the fron...

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The Bungie Store hopped into their (Microsoft paid for) time machine and traveled to the 1970's to learn about disco, big hair, and the artistic design. Then, they jumped back into their time machine, made a rest stop in 1992 for some Crystal Pepsi, and arrived back in 2007 to offer up a new 70's in...

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Considering the amount of remixes Mims' hit rap single "This is Why I'm Hot" set off -- R. Kelly's "This is Why I'm Cold," the NBA's "The Phoenix Suns Are Hot," and Chubbs' "This is Why I'm Fat" for example -- we're surprised that it took this long for its catchy hook to reach video gaming's catc...

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Here's a cute art project for a lazy afternoon: Do-it-yourself pixel art shirts. HackerZen has all the instructions on how to make your own pixel art clothing for those of us without silkscreen contraptions. The project does seem a little bit involved, but if you've got a kid to keep occupied for ...

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The title is imperative for a reason. Seriously, you should either be working on a t-shirt right now or headed out to Michaels to pick up supplies. Oh, or reading this post. That's totally fine. To make this Princess Peach shirt, HackerZen user Lenore adapted the technique used by a very faithful re...

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Looking for a new way to show your WoW gamer pride? How about a t-shirt! Lfnotter of Beasthold graphics wrote in telling WoW Insider about their CafePress store featuring WoW themed t-shirts after reading Krystalle's recent post on WoW-themed crafts and toys. My personal favorite is the one pictured...

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Mark Newton and his coworkers at Gamestop received this "We're Building an Armii" shirt from their store's Nintendo representative, making sure to post a photo of their spoils for us to envy over with aching hearts. Thanks a lot, guys. Thanks for NOTHING. We're not sure which war Nintendo plans on s...

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Sunday came and went, taking with it our hopes of ever meeting Kanji Dragon's martial artist. The kung-fu character posed for a few shots at Success Corp's Akihabara event over the weekend, hyping the kanji-training action title. Just looking at the photos and all the fun we missed out on feels like...

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We're well aware that the gaming press couldn't care less about Hissatsu Kung Fu: Kanji Dragon; interest for a kanji-training beat 'em up is niche at best, and to be honest, this whole kung fu theatre advertising push is a bit silly. But are we going to let that stop us from inundating you with ever...

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One huge benefit to being invited to a video game industry event is the free swag one receives. And there is no exception for those who were lucky enough to attend either the New York or San Francisco Halo 3 beta press event. Everyone who attended the beta party received the spiffy tshirt showcased...

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Web 2.0 t-shirt darling, Threadless, sponsored a contest to design a shirt based on Irrational's upcoming underwater creep-out fest, Bioshock. Pictured above is "The Leftover," the winning design by Budi Satria Kwan, which was selected from over over 155 designs. Big Daddys: for $15 the shirt can ...

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Today, Threadless revealed the winner of the Threadless Loves Bioshock tshirt design contest. And even though our Dead Sucker design didn't win, we think the winning design entitled The Leftover is very cool. It properly showcases the somber and disturbing Bioshock feel, but at the same time making...

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This Zelda shirt, cleverly called Born to High-Rule, offers a look at a rarely-discussed part of the Zelda mythology: the birth of Link, rendered here in a stylized graphic. If we ever wore a shirt featuring a widdle baby Link, it would probably be this one. Even if there were some other ones. We li...

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Keeping track of all the Wii t-shirts being sold on the internet can be tough. Whenever we try to wade through our bookmarks to pick one out, it feels like we're drowning in a sea of outdated pages and bad puns. OMG Tees has listed over a dozen of the best Wii-related apparel, providing photos, desc...

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Nintendo recently held a fashion show at their Nintendo World Store in NYC, where gamers displayed clothing items for sale in the store, as well as fanmade creations. We've developed a new classification system for Nintendo fandom based on this event and the accompanying photo gallery: People w...

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This weird-looking t-shirt with the phrase "NO MORE HEROES" was spotted in Japan recently. Just from looking at the shirt, we have no idea if it's related to the Wii game, but the 4cr poster who purchased it seemed to think so, indicating that it is part of a line of No More Heroes shirts. We'd li...

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With the opening bar of the third verse in his debut single "Juicy," Biggie prioritized a young male's desires, putting video games at the top of his (now fulfilled) wish list. The words resonated with youth everywhere; even with those who might not otherwise identify with the Brooklyn-bred 'Bad Bo...

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Insanely Great Tees, who we've mentioned before and dearly love here at TUAW, has announced two new shipping shirts from that batch we all voted on. The "I'm a Mac" and "Binary Tree" (both $17) are ready to ship and keep you clothed, just in time for Macworld 07! I was personally hoping for the "cmd...

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First came the snapping straps, then the secret replacements, which were upstaged by the proliferation of fake wiinjuries and the class action lawsuit. It's funny that it's all become stupid in record internet time. Been there, done that, bought the T-shirt. Yup, we've got T-shirts already! At th...

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As a service to readers of this blog, we're going to begin reminding you to watch Paul Robertson's frekinetic (yup, just made that word right up) Pirate Baby's Cabana Battle Street Fight 2006 daily. Every morning, you'll get a nice, friendly reminder to watch it NOW and bask in its glee-filled depr...

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