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Best Picture of July 2011

Best Picture of July 2011

Kairhan Orymbaev receives 3 Last Exit T-shirts for winning our Best Picture of the Month competition with this neat Predator inspired image. Thanks again to everyone who got involved this month, as always it was really difficult to decide the winning picture. You can find some of the runners-up submissions in our Gallery section. If you’ve got an idea for our next Best Picture of the Month Competition then email it to us: info@lastexittonowhere.com – all images must reference Last Exit to Nowhere in some way and can be anything from a photograph to a fine art oil painting.

Change

CHANGE T-shirt

Within each of us, ofttimes, there dwells a mighty and raging fury. Inspired by the late great Bill Bixby in The Incredible Hulk TV series and Shepard Fairey’s Barack Obama campaign poster. Make a change.

An homage to Ash from Alien

Hyperdyne Systems T-shirt

“I admire its purity. A survivor… unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality.” Based on the science officer of the Nostromo in the film Alien, these Hyperdyne Systems T-shirts have just landed to the Last Exit to Nowhere range.

The End

End of the Line items

We’ve added the remaining unisex slim fit T-shirts to our End of the Line section. All these slim fit T-shirts are now available for £12 each. Due to popular demand there are only very limited sizes now available. If you can’t find your size you’ll be pleased to know that we have a new style slim fit T-shirt we’re introducing in the next few weeks with a wide variety of new and existing designs to choose from. Stay sharp. Stay tuned.

The Body / Stand By Me

Castle Rock Salvage T-shirt

Now he said, “Sic’em, boy!” But what I heard was, “Chopper! Sic balls!” A homage to Stephen King’s short novel The Body and the 1986 film, Stand By Me. Hand screen printed onto a regular fit, 100% ultra cotton chestnut coloured t-shirt.

Inspired by Total Recall

Rekall T-shirt design

“A friend of mine tried one their ‘special offers,’ nearly got himself lobotomized.” This reworked T-shirt design is our homage to Paul Verhoeven’s 1990 science fiction film Total Recall and a must for all Philip K Dick fans.