That 51 celebrity robots tshirt is back in full stock. This time on American Apparel Black or Tultex Charcoal. Some other color options still available from the last pressing.
We are just never happy leaving well enough alone. So on the recent re-pressing of weGo we added 4 new grills (and removed 3) and also added a second ink color to the press for more detail.
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.
We saw this tshirt on I am the Trend’s blog and had to buy a copy. After wearing it a few times, we had to produce it as well. A master-work of typography by Joby Cummings, wherein each of the seven deadly sins are woven into the unmistakable likeness of a skull. Also provides a great reference source for keeping track of how to avoid eternal damnation.
If you like what you see, why not get a copy from our Supermarkethq shop here.
This year, why not take the family on a trip they will never forget. Sail through the plumes of Enceladus, get annihilated in the Great Red Spot of Jupiter or maybe even surf the methane seas of Titan! It is up to you when you have the whole Solar System to explore.