Tom Harper wins 3 T-shirts from our range for ‘Best Picture of March 2009’ with this cool manipulation featuring our HAL 9000 T-shirt, and the classic scene from 2001: A Space Odyssey. Many thanks to everyone that submitted images this month. Think you can do better? Send your pictures to email@example.com for a chance to win!
Daniel Bettridge writes a piece about Last Exit to Nowhere in his Times Online article “Geek Chic: 10 perfect T-shirts for a Summer of blockbusters.”:
“Did I fall asleep and wake up in some kind of bizzaro world? Suddenly it’s cool to be a geek. I mean really cool.
Finally our time has come my geeky brethren. No longer must we huddle together in the darkened corners of comic book stores; instead we are free to walk the earth without fear of derision from our peers. Geek is officially chic, but never fear if you weren’t lucky enough to win a spiffy Rorschach hoodie in our Watchmen competition, as the Internet is awash with nerdy apparel. Here are just a few of our favourites from the dressing up box of awesomeness that’s the Internet.
Sometimes you want your geekiness to run up and slap people round the face with a comically sized fish, and sometimes you want it to creep up on them. Last Exit To Nowhere specialise in the latter with t-shirts that only you and the other 10% of insiders in the population will get, like this OCP company shirt from the Robocop movies.”
Don’t miss the 8th Annual London International Festival of Science Fiction and Fantastic Film – The UK’s only dedicated Sci Fi and Fantasy film festival for films, books, reviews, news and forums. Last Exit to Nowhere will be there with a few T-shirts on offer. Click on the image above for more information.
Many thanks to everyone that submitted images for our ‘Best Picture of February competition’ – it was a close call, but Ross Williams from Australia won with this great manipulated image inspired by Dawn of the Dead and our homage T-shirt WGON TV. Ross wins 3 T-shirts from our range.
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