We love Game of Thrones Trendteeshops T-shirts almost as much as we love the sequel! And we already told you that. From the series of fantasy novels written by George R. R. Martin comes our favorite TV-series “Game of Thrones”. Not only did he inspire the HBO production team to create this amazing TV-Show, but he also managed to produce a world wide phenomenon inspiring dozens of t-shirt brands. Which is fantastic!The one that caught my eye today is Game of Thrones t-shirt collection from Threadless. I chose them because they managed to bring some authenticity in this already sold out idea by combining typographic elements that fit with the “Game of Thrones” plot. Some of the t-shirts merge characters from famous movies and other TV-Series in order to show us some situations full of humor. For those of you less interested in laughs, Threadless is offering an artistic, yet simple perspective on the Game of Thrones character personalities.
The majority of Trendteeshops the Game of Thrones T-shirts can be bought at a special price, $8. Besides T-shirts, RedBubble is also selling posters and other related accessories. As we are waiting for this season premiere, let’s buy some of these incredible Game of Thrones t-shirts.Ello is the counter response to the advertising tool that Facebook has become. It is a social media site, it is still Beta and for now remains invitation only. The people building it believe that social media users are actually used for their profiles as a product that’s bought and sold. And they believe there is a better way, where a social network can be a tool for empowerment. Not a tool to deceive, coerce and manipulate — but a place to connect, create and celebrate life. Remember that that’s how Facebook started, as well. So, only time will tell if Ello sticks to its manifesto.In the meantime, let’s ponder upon that by taking a look at the new collaboration between 4 days the store will sell a new limited edition T-shirt designed by a different Ello community artist.The first design in the series is by Chicago artist Chuck Anderson akaand features a vibrant 6-color silkscreen on navy.