James Stayte has a new design up on Threadless – adding to the ever-increasing number of awesome Ghostbusters shirts at Threadless – where it awaits the yea of nay of the crowds. Personally, I’m yea – go have a look for yourself and be sure to vote! Won’t get made if you don’t vote.
Dori Broomell was inspired to turn the recently discussed Stay-Puft Threadless shirt into a detailed, 3D cake, complete with marshmallow fondant (how appropriate) – Dori posted the results at Threadless. You should check out all her making-of photos and post at Threadcakes’ blog. (I had no idea threadless shirts as cakes was this whole thing – who knew?)
Big thanks to @Dweezal for the heads up!
You remember the shirt that would never be? It was a Threadless design that came close to getting the nod, but never did. It was hard to say why… until now.
This new Threadless design is the exact same idea, only a few more details are spot on – the hard blue shirt is a must. The faint nod to the GB logo on the mug is perfect. And Mr. Stay-Puft appearing as a series of disconnected, yet familiar marshmallow pieces… solid gold.
Thanks to Nels and Dan for the heads up!
For those who are curious, the Ghostbusters collaborative design – in which 50 fans were invited to contribute to a cloud of weirdness for the Ghostbusters to catch – clocked in with a final voted score of 3.4; this is apparently a solid score for Threadless votes. I’m still awaiting confirmation if the design has been greated print status. Stay Tuned.
A short aside; my contribution, which I’d hinted about, was Lorenzo Music, the first voice of Peter Venkman on The Real Ghostbusters, who passed away in 2001. In a field of random oddness, I thought a small nod to Ghostbusters and the man who’s voice is forever linked to it, was in order.
With one Ghostbusters design having just ended, a new one appears – this time, it’s a mash-up between Ghostbusters and LOST, with the resulting name; Smokebuster. The design, with a Egon-y Dharma project employee Hoovering up the mysterious Smoke Monster. You can vote for the design now! Thanks to Guillaume Normandin for the heads up.