Not the most original un-official GB tee (in fact, it might be one of the first ones ever produced), Bust Tees has added a Ray’s Occult shirt to their inventory. $20, lots of sizes, men and women. Don’t forget, you have three other options (my preference being GBNews.com’s shirt.) S’up, to Grim Santo for the heads up!
Pop-Up Screens, which organizes outdoor screenings of movies whenever the weather allows, will be showing Ghostbusters in Ravenscourt Park, Sunday, May 29th. Tickets are £7, but even cooler, they have created fantastic event posters (see below) which you can pick up for £10. T-shirts with the same design are available for £15. But if you can’t go or aren’t in the area, you can buy them online!
So, fans in the area, make a note of the date. Fans of cool Ghostbusters theme posters and t-shirts, make a note of the website.
Did you love the 80s? More specifically, did you love the movie and TV cars of the 80s? I know I did. And I know a lot of you missed then 80s, but that’s OK, the cars are still cool!
Design By Humans t-shirts just put out this fantastic shirt, titled Chariots Retired, featuring a load of famous 70s and 80s vehicles, including a poor old Ecto-1.
The shirt is currently on sale for $15, down from a regular $19.
Thanks to Lucas at Big Shiny Robot for the heads up!
Alex’s collaborative Ghostbusters t-shirt – where 50 fans were invited to contribute ghosts for Alex’s busters to trap – is done! Which means if you ever want to see it as a shirt for sale, you have to vote!
You have to have a Threadless account to vote, but it’s free, and well worth it, just for the emails about sales. Thanks to Guillaume for the heads up! Boy, Alex worked fast!
This design is doubly cool to me, as I got to help contribute a ghost – but I’ll leave it as a mystery for now… hint: it’s a tribute.