Litera-tees: Tees for Readers (#3)…

Afternoon all – I present you with a lazy, consumerist post for a lazy Tuesday afternoon….here are some more tees for the literary-minded, plus some very convenient information on who designed them and where you can spend your hard-earned cash purchasing them. You’re welcome, shoppers!

First up, some Harry-related loveliness:

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—we have Master of Death by Catch A Brick, available at RedBubble….

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…and Just As Sane As I Am by the unnecessarily talented Megan Lara, also available at RedBubble…and if you like Megan Lara’s nouveau art, she has produced a whole range of tees in this style with various characters – Hermione and many of the recent Doctor Who companions to name a few.

For the Tolkien fans, apparently it is possible to simply walk into Mordor, if this tee is anything to go by:

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It’s titled Simply Walk, is designed by Tom Kurzanski and is available at RedBubble

For those who like to express their opinions on the classics:

moby dicky…we have Moby Dicky by Budi Satria Kwan available at threadless

For those who like a bit of film with their bookery:

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…here’s Vader Read A Book available at WeLoveFine shop…

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…and Movies: Ruining the Book since 1920 by Jayson Dougherty, available at threadless

And finally, just because I love it and want someone to buy it for me (Att: Santa Claws!):

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It’s the Grim Readers’ Book Club by WinterArtwork, available at Shirt.Woot

Layby now for Christmas!

Until next time,

Bruce

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11 thoughts on “Litera-tees: Tees for Readers (#3)…

  1. As if I didn’t spend too much money on books, now I have the urge to spend the rest of my money on t-shirts! Loving the HP one. Amazeballs
    Annette

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    • I hear you! There seems to be a never-ending parade of annoyingly talented and creative people who influence me to part with money. Luckily, bookshelf-gargoylism doesn’t earn much, so I can’t spend what I don’t have 😉

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      • ahhh, the old ‘can’t-spend-what-you-don’t-have’ chestnut. A conundrum I also face. Damn you internets!!
        – Annette

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