With perfect timing, most of our Breaking Bad Tees have returned to our Spreadshirt Shop
Also available at our Breaking Bad Red Bubble Tee Shop!
Spreadshirt got their Organic Tee in a really nice moss green and now we can drop this I Pity The Huell: Militant variant like it’s hot.
We also made the single color design available at Breaking Bad Inspired Tees Redbubble Shop so you can put it on whatever you want, however you want.
And be sure to check out Lavell Crawford’s awesome standup!!!
Two sided tee shirt (“Bad” logo on back) featuring Heisensnake and an M60. It’s an American original.
Check out our Redbubble Tee Shop for this tee and more.
This and many others are also available at Tees by LOL Productions.
Named after flat-bottomed Viking ships, this fragrance has been appealing to the dark and sinister side of masculine sexual fantasies since 1982.
The Underground Government Liberation Intergroup and Mr. Sue were not so nice to The Network. Luckily, The Network was able to enlist Benjamin “Beans” Baxter Jr, Scooter, Number Two and (on occasion) Wendy O to help save the world from their ugly plans.
Don’t believe me? Watch The New Adventures of Beans Baxter coming to The FOX Network on July 18, 1987.
You can file this under “Who gives a crap” in your circular filing cabinet (which I happen to know is actually your trash can), but we’ve got some amazing designs in the hopper for you!
And by you, I mean me.
It’s been a very busy fourth quarter for me and I haven’t had much time to make any non-Breaking Bad or Breaking Bad shirts but I’ve started a bunch. They all look like a mental patient scribbled them on a wall, using a crayon, using their mouth but rest assured that they will look worse by the time they go to print.
2013 is going to be the most handsome year yet!!!
Since most of my shirts are products / places / things from shows and films, I’m never under the impression that I’ll be the only one doing a particular tee. Since I’m a video editor and not a designer or artist, I never expect I’ll be doing the most well “drawn.”
However, I never expected shirt companies to take something I’ve done and sell it as their own.
Since I did this shirt [Vamonos Pest Control] after the first time the fictitious company was shown on Breaking Bad, I didn’t have a great source image to trace (which I do when attempting to replicate an existing element to incorporate into a design). Since I’m not a professional artist, there are some unique details in the shirt (mistakes) that no one would have intentionally done. The oddest part of this is that other people have done the bug design better than me, but their’s haven’t been appropriated.
BTW, I haven’t included any comparison images because I don’t want to increase the frequency they show up in searches, but look a the one above and imagine the exact same thing (for the the bug, at least).
Given the nature of the types of shirts I make, I’m not unaware of the irony of crying about copyright infringement when 90% of my stuff is at least inspired by another’s intellectual property but at least I have the respect to take the time to modify and alter and re-draw the element and make something different with it.
Here’s the list of companies to date that took my rendering and have been selling shirts and other items with my drawing of the drawing from the truck on the TV Show on them: Crowne Apparel, Cinefilia Camesetas, (both of whom literally used the entire design), Mean Fellas, Degenerate Clothing, Front Room Cinema, 3D Supply, Texlab, ShirtCity and Futbolk.uk.
At this point, I’ve only contacted a company about the Crowne Apparel design as they took the entire design and sell it on the same print to order shop as mine. The other one’s don’t really bother me too much, I just think they’re sort of stupid for not stealing one of the better renderings of the bug.
I’m just happy some people buy the shirts I make (for myself. first and foremost) and enjoy them.
Two designs in two colors so you can pick the color combo to best suit your carefully crafted life color palate like a mini Vince Gilligan.
Design is by master illustrator, or millustrator, Jerome Gonia. You may know him from the fine crafted face on the Better Call Saul Tee or perhaps the glorious Box Cutter drawing. Based on a logo by a two wheeled vehicle company that shall bemain nameless.
Must love Huell! Be sure to check out Lavell Crawford’s awesome standup as well.
As a followup to last week’s Madrigal Electromotive GmbH which I didn’t feel necessitated an entire post, I present Vamonos Pest Control (which also doesn’t necessitate an entire post).
S5E3: Vamonos Pest Control
Another new one that I put off because I thought someone did it already.
S4E10: Salud (Barrel of Bees Shirt)
When being tested by the Cartel, Jessie’s steps up the tough guy and continues to prove that he’s truly comfortable with who he is, “the bad guy.” When challenged to make a portion of the “cook” that’s usually already there Jesse confides in Gustavo saying, “Look, I get my phenylacetic acid from the barrel with the bee on it. That’s how I do it.” He then makes the Cartel chemists do it for him after calling them “asshole.”
Available here at the Redbubble shop.
Additionally, I currently offer some other TV/Film parody shirts in the Entertainment Parody Category. My Jaleeb Caru is Dead Category features a bunch of shirts that range from the silly to the absurd.
Here’s a new shirt that I like to call “Big Gus, What’s the Fuss?” after a non-horror Troma Movie.
I think I’m mostly proud of the utility knife artwork that was composed by Jerome G., artist to the stars.
Must love Gustavo. A tremendous character and while the peaceful, quiet and kind smart guy who’s also a badass Baracus isn’t new, rarely is he so well written and acted.
Additionally, I currently offer some other TV/Film parody shirts in the…wait for iiiiittttt……Entertainment Parody Category. My Jaleeb Caru is Dead Category features a bunch of shirts that range from the silly to the absurd.
I’ve been obsessed with the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire since I was about 14 (23 years ago) and I’ve always wanted to make an experimental film about it. In college I was going to but I opted for something far less meaningful as I couldn’t and still can’t tackle any serious subject matter in any medium including talking.
I’ve seen Chris Marker’s French post-nuclear war, La Jetée tons of times. It is made (almost) entirely of static still images using almost all hard cuts with a few dissolves and voice overs in French with some muttering in German. In the last week I watched it seven times in two sessions (it’s only a half hour, but still, I was obsessing on it and thinking about it alot). I’ve been watching it lately on IFC in “HD” but it’s viewable on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClvTYd4XnEc.
I’ve been wanting to make a video for Cavalry from Alice Donut’s 10 Glorious Animals since the great album first came out. I was initially going to use footage from Medic (a 1954 NBC show starring Richard Boone) but found the footage to not fit my vision. Also, it would have taken a long time and I don’t have the luxury of doing videos that take long to create for fun. So I gave up on it.
Yesterday, I decided to combine the three in a historically partially accurate story of the Fire, in an imperfect homage to La Jette set to the somewhat relevant tune.
After hour and hour of hard labor, this is what came out.
This is not an officially sanctioned Alice Donut video and I own no rights to it, though the photos are public domain. The song is actually called Cavalry, but I thought a French title slate was necessary as the parody was unclear due to the quality of the photos, the quality of the edit and the lack of narration.
This shocking information comes via a recent study by the statistic minded, statistic gatherers and compilers of the top secret organization known as the CENSUS BUREAU (yes, like the furniture, I didn’t believe it either until I found they have a website proving they’re a legitimate organization).
Unlike the image that we all share of happy workers, working hard today like the ones below in the multiculturally diverse, business looking stock photo; FaceBook users are actually more likely to be wearing a frown than an unnatural smile and breakaway Dockers while standing in a triangular flight formation.
The remaining 2% of FaceBook users may or may not be happy to be working today. It’s difficult to tell as they are currently posting the food they are, or plan on eating, the bowel movement they recently parted with, the Cuban gangster they just killed or something political that they cut and pasted from a junk email from their cousin’s idiot girlfriend who they pretend to like.
An inside source, Susie “Lolcat” Lewis who wishes to remain unanimous “friended” a Census employee named Margaret Hughes and was surprised to discover that even her “friend” was occasionally unhappy to be at work today. However, since Margaret Hughes (the data entry clerk on the fourth floor and who consumes a Cathy mug of cheap bourbon three times a working day) continuously rejects our friend request; we have yet to confirm this allegation.
Further studies suggest that even some non-FaceBook users are unhappy to be at work today. However, this could not be confirmed as they had no way of communicating this information with that kid from grammar school that they never spoke to because she smelled like cheeses, or anyone for that matter, as most businesses have now adopted the “No Sharpies in the Bathroom Stall” policy engineered by Sony.
Businesses around the globe struggle to find the source of this problem that has grown exponentially at almost the exact same rate as the popularity of social networking, yet they have made no progress today. However according to most business leaders’s status updates, they have made great progress in getting new animals in their farm.
A side study also discovered that 100% of all white people thought the person in the front of the above photo was “that boss lady from Law & Order; the good one, not the overrated one for perverts to get their jollies to.”
The game Left for Dead 2 is just ripe with content so I’ve been forced by the powers that force me to make some more L4D2 stuffs.
Now available in the Entertainment / Parody section of my shop. I’ve got another warning sign and the logo, retro style, for the greatest roller coaster in the universes; Dark Carnival’s The Screaming Oak.
More to come. This game bleeds goodness.
After playing the AMAZING demo for the sequel to Left 4 Dead (one of the finest games I’ve ever played from one of the greatest gaming companies around, VALVe) I had no choice but to drum this one up. It’s one of MANY great signs and touches that really give the game an immersive, yet cinematic feel. Now available in the Entertainment / Parody section of my shop.
I’m currently working on two other homage shirts that I plan to complete prior to the launch of the game and I have quite a few ideas for future ones. The world they’ve created just has so much to it that there’s an endless supply of fun shirt ideas.
if Newton was right?
This place would be a total shithole!
I am curious of Olivia Newton John’s lineage though. If related, the apple falling from the tree bit would be even more absurd than this notion of “gravity” if that is its’ real name.
I would probably wear my stethoscope everywhere, just so people knew I was legit. I’d likely even wear it when I had to go to the doctor, just to let him know I’m a patient AND a peer and that he could shove his diploma up his ass.
However, if in a restaurant and faced with a chocking victim I would merely point at the “save a chocking fucker” sign. Everything everyone needs to know is neatly illustrated by the same people who bring you Airplane Emergency Fucker trifold, laminated pamphlets.
After all, I’m a doctor and I don’t have time for this bullshit!
It’s tops. If you were to engage it in battle you would certainly lose despite your massive strenghtitiude.
It wouldn’t be your fault though; after all it’s ginger ale.