Get a Kids/Toddler SciFi set of 3 tees for 20% off the individual price.
The toddler’s design features a smaller set of “friendly” icons while the bigger kid’s version enjoys the full set… with “baddies” included. For the third design choose bewteen “weGo” or “Helbotica” to round the set out.
Just a note that while there is no special offer here, you can also have any of our three space themed designs in Kids sizes as well (sorry no Toddlers). Choose from “Beyond Earth“, “Above Earth” or “Explore Space” which all come in kids sizes SML-LRG and the latter of the 3 also in XS.
How do you save the world? Stop the robots? Kill the deadly Beast of Caerbannog? You do it with a Holy Hand Grenade or with a shark with frickin’ laser beams attached to its head. weLoaded features 79 fictional weapons from various pop-culture sources including television, film, video games and comic books
This t-shirt design features more guns than you will find at an NRA rally, but also features an armoury full of grenades, swords and daggers as well. Possibly most entertaining is its selection of unconventional weaponry such as the nuclear bomb named “Jughead”, a giant green cartoon apple, a lethal 8-bit air-pump and many more.
It so hard for Chop Shop to resist pop-culture references. Our best received designs thus far have been our “weRobot” and “rockStar” tees which contain about 80+ pop-icon references just between the two. So when we came across this image by Richard Miske on flickr, it was like the gods sending us a signal.
Naturally, if robots ruled the world in 1979 instead of 2020… we believe they still would have been inclined to grab the nearest axe and start smashing. You can get the tshirt now from chopshopstore so that when the robot overlords look you over they will know who’s side you are on. Listen as your new robotic overlord speaks, “Male humans go here and female humans go here” or secure your 2-dimensional art version here.What makes this design even more referential than usual is that it pays homage to an album cover that pays homage to yet another album cover. Elvis’ debut album cover is seen above left and The Clash’s epic “London Calling” is to the right. The historic nature of both these records and the fact that there is this visual game shared between the two has led many others to follow the same example hoping just a bit of Elvis and The Clash might rub off on them. Considering some of the titles below… it seems like it just may work. Now to get back to shameless self-promotion. We would be fools to not ask you to join our Chop Shop newsletter. Coupon codes and free tees are given out willfully and with reckless abandon.