The t-shirt is arguably the most popular outer garment in the entire world. Coming in a range of styles, colors and sizes there is quite literally a t-shirt for everyone. But where did this iconic garment come from and how did it become so popular?
This guy claims this is the fastest way to take off your t-shirt. It looks pretty damn fast to me, although guys with tight t-shirts will not be able to use this trick.
Here's something you will want in your closet: clothes that never stain. Hell, they never even get wet. This Silic T-shirt basically cleans itself with hydrophobic nanotechnology. That means no matter what you spill on it, it'll never damage the shirt.
Let me tell you something that happened last Sunday, the story of Wynand Mullings and his t-shirt.
Imagine you could make any of these weapons real. Which one would you choose? Gandalf the White's staff, Vader's lightsaber, Arthur's Excalibur, Doctor Who's Sonic Screwdriver or Harry Potter's wand? Discuss in the comments. Or just get the t-shirt at [Redbubble]
Here's the perfect last-minute Christmas gift for the musician in your life: a t-shirt with a built-in drum machine.
Neo-Nazis in Germany were given free T-shirts at a recent right-wing extremist rock concert. The black shirt, complete with skulls and bones, said "Hardcore Rebels: National and Free". Too bad for them, there was a secret message hidden inside the shirt.
As is the trait of Glastonbury Festival-sponsor Orange, the carrier has shown off its annual eco-friendly festival prototype, and would you guess that it'll match those phone-charging wellington boots from last year? Anna Wintour will be ever so pleased.
I should've known.
You guys kept telling us you wanted an official Giz t-shirt, and now they're here. The very first Gizmodo Artist Series t-shirt, designed by former Giz illustrator Wendy MacNaughton, is available today from BustedTees for $20.
Let's face it: No one really likes Comic Sans and most would love to see the font die. Here's how we could kill it—letter by letter.
Ancient drawings unearthed on DaVinci's desk have led to speculation that he was actually the creator of Android, not Andy Rubin and Google. Or so you'd think, looking at this brilliant iSteamAndy t-shirt...
Suddenly your school's shirt bazooka doesn't look so hot. California's Bellarmine College Prepatory and NASA teamed up to create this t-shirt hurling behemoth, which launches three tees a second. WHO WANTS A SHIRT? YOU WANT ONE? GET SOME! GET SOME!
You guys kept telling us you wanted a Giz t-shirt. So here it is, the very first Gizmodo Artist Series t-shirt, designed by former Giz illustrator Wendy MacNaughton. It's available today from BustedTees for $20.