Rap T-shirt designer gives Steve Jobs the hip-hop fashion treatment


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Marino Morwood's designs have been worn by some crazy popular rappers.
Photo: Marino Morwood

Steve Jobs may have been referenced in a hip-hop track or two, but Apple’s co-founder and urban fashion aren’t exactly things you’d expect to find together.

That did not stop rap T-shirt designer Marino Morwood from picking Jobs as the subject of his latest creation. Having focused stars like Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. for his previous designs, his Steve Jobs T-shirt could bring Apple’s late CEO to a whole new audience!

These geeky T-shirts put nerd pride on your chest


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Glenn Jones didn’t set out to build a one-man T-shirt empire. The Aukland, New Zealand-based designer and illustrator started emblazoning tees with his visual witticisms on Threadless in 2004 and then hit the virtual shelves with his own store featuring just six designs in 2008.

He now sells more than 100 designs at Glennz Tees — you may remember his Melting Rubik’s Cube worn by Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory — all of which look as home at South by Southwest as they do at your favorite watering hole.

12 things we hope get funded on Kickstarter


This comic book project is set on a horror island of solitude, billed as
This comic book project is set on a horror island of solitude, billed as "Lovecraftian inspired by Japanese folklore."

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As warmer weather hits even San Francisco, we’re pooling our beer money for a robot bartender. And some wasabi-flavored toothpicks. Our ever-expanding crew could use some of these modular Modos bookshelves and stools, too. There are so many things on Kickstarter that we want — jeans, maps, comic books — that we’re sharing our wish list with you.

Even cranky futurist Jaron Lanier supports Kickstarter — it “turns consumers into a priori funders of innovation” and we’re pretty sure that translates into robotic cocktails for everyone.

Cult of Mac’s Limited Edition Mac-I’d-Like-to-Friend Tees Now On Sale



Man, does this tee snag eyeballs. And comments.

“Whoa, that’s so cool!” Right?

“I love Macs!” Me too, bro.

“You know what that means, don’t you?” Yeah, it means I’m wearing a cool t-shirt and I love Macs.

The Cult of Mac MILF tee is made in the U.S.A. (like the original Mac it celebrates) from 100 percent cotton, by Seattle-based MightTees. There aren’t many of these guys floating around and they’re selling out. Snag one at $18 before they’re gone for good.

Warning: Not recommended for the Midwest.

Pick Up Chicks At Macworld Wearing Our Awesome MILF Shirt



Macworld is coming up fast and what better way to get attention than wearing our brand new, limited-edition MILF shirt?

The CultofMac team wore these shirts at CES last week and got a ton of compliments. We’re not exaggerating — everyone noticed this shirt. It’s perfect attire for a tech conference: smart, funny, stylish. And best of all — distinctive.

Available in slimming black and just $22.99, the limited-edition CultofMac MILF t-shirt is printed by Seattle-based MightTees. It’s 100% sweatshop-free. Designed, made, and printed in the USA.

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The Ten Most Original Gifts You Can Give The Apple Fan In Your Life [Holiday Gift Guide 2010]



Let’s face it, fanboys and girls love getting Apple related gifts for the holidays. But if you are lucky enough to have an Apple nerd in your family, you have by now realized that most Apple inspired gifts are usually boring or total crap. Fear not, though, friends, I present to thee 10 gifts that are guaranteed to make your Apple obsessed loved one squeal in glee.


Most Apple gifts out there have been made in this decade. But for the diehard Apple fan, vintage gifts are sure to please. This genuine Apple projector pen hides a special power—an Apple logo projector! I’m not quite sure what if any utility this might have, but I think we can all agree it’s a surefire way to impress the ladies.