This dude in a Bungie promotional reel (best known for Halo) is wearing our “Beyond Earth” tee — which is now reprinted for Christmas and available in all sizes. Colors are mostly black but also a few in navy for those unaware of the color of space.
You Are The Sun is the latest space themed tee by Chop Shop Store. Following on iconic tees that collected various deep space missions and historic Earth orbit missions, this new design draws a new picture of The Solar System as we know it today.
With your head as a stand-in for The Sun — the tee includes all 8 planets, 7 major moons, The Asteroid Belt and even details little Pluto lost among countless Kuiper Belt objects.
We are providing yet another link here to get it for Men on American Apparel 2001 or Tultex tees and for Women on American Apparel 2102 tees.
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.
The best selling tee of 2010 is now in print. 23 historic missions of various nations that travelled beyond Earth orbit to explore our solar system. The missions are loosely arranged according to their most notable destinations.
New larger scale print on 19″ x 25″ French, Speckltone 80lb. Inks are tinted with metallic.
We at Chop Shop are dedicated to the continued listening for signs of other life coming from deep space. We are running out of new alien icons to update our alienWe shirt and are always in need of new references. We surely don’t want to miss ET’s phone call… he may have some friends to add.
* The Interrobang is an advanced form of alien punctuation designating curiosity and excitement all at the same time.
Help keep The Allen Telescope Array online and looking for signs of life.
In addition to 2011 being the 50th anniversary of manned spaceflight — today is the final launch of the US Space Shuttle program which began with the first launch of Columbia in 1981. Above is the Shuttle Program as it is depicted on our “AboveEarth” tshirt which celebrates the long history of Earth/Space exploration. The Shuttle is also seen docked in the icon representing the Soviet/Russian Mir space station (1986).
Get “AboveEarth” in time for the shuttle landing to ring in what we hope is the next phase of manned space exploration.
In honor of the 50th anniversary of Yuri Gagarin’s historic first manned mission into the great beyond… we are making our next iconic collection tshirt available for pre-order. 23 historic missions of man’s exploration of space from the very first satellites to man’s first permanent outpost in Earth orbit.
Robotic and human missions of exploration that extended beyond the Earth’s orbit. 23 historic missions in total (with an additional 6 separations) that are recognized for their notable achievements to various celestial bodies in our solar system with targets including the Sun, planets and their moons, comets and asteroids. Nearly every icon represents a specific robotic explorer (or series) with the exception of the Apollo program which continues to be the single human endeavor to ever go beyond the cradle.
If you buy a copy we will donate $5 of every purchase to The Planetary Society. The world’s largest space-interest group dedicated to inspiring the public with the adventure and mystery of space exploration. A non-governmental organization founded in 1980, who among its founders included Carl Sagan, the author of Cosmos.
If you buy a copywith a membership (sorry, US residents only), we will register you as a new member for only an additional $25 (normally $37). See here for what you get as a new member.
Design of choppingblock.com circa 1998. Part of the Chopping Block series of “identity crisis” designs. This one borrows from graphic language dating back to the golden age of manned spaceflight.
All digital prints are produced and printed on archival Moab Rag Bright white and the weight is 190 GSM. The size is 11″x17″. The run will be limited to 100 copies and will be numbered as they are shipped.