Archive for the ‘geeky clothing’ Category
  • For the Android die-hard fan: Android T-Shirts
    by Mike
    Posted December 17th, 2009 at 9:21 am
    Ya I'm pretty much head over heels for Android. I'm not blind however and know there are several areas (market, fragmenting environment, better hardware) that need some TLC. Still, I find myself drawn to Android much like an Apple fan is drawn to the whole Apple culture and image. Branded clothing for something like a mobile OS is rather rare and not exactly something you'll find at your local shopping center. Such expressions of the geek culture often require specialized stores. Todays suc...
  • Cold, hard, metal rammed up your arse: The Hard Drive Platter Wallet.
    by Mike
    Posted December 15th, 2009 at 1:13 pm
    There's dedicated and then there's dedicated. If the idea of a wallet constructed out of two hard drive platters sounds enticing, you very well may be one of the most hardcore gadget lovers of all time. Honestly you'd have to be pretty hard core to strut around all day with solid chunks of steel in your pocket ready to jab your rear end every time you sat down. From the pictures, it definitely is something that would make quite the conversation piece when you whipped it out to pay for din...
  • The Cellphone Wallet: For those who love the mobile world to the nth degree.
    by Mike
    Posted December 9th, 2009 at 2:22 pm
    There are many ways for the geeks of the world to show off their prized character to the rest of the civilized world. Whether they choose to do so by clothing, a particular gadget, or even a skin or theme on said gadget, customization is a geeks true hobby. Geeky t-shirts are one of the most obvious and often seen tools for the modern geek to tell the world of their digital love. But such things often only cover the front side of you. Though there are some shirts that wrap around to the back...
  • Followup: Iron Samurai Watch now up for sale — $15
    by Mike
    Posted December 9th, 2009 at 2:08 pm
    We originally looked at the Iron Samurai several months back when a price was still nothing but a mere dream. Try as I might, I can't find that post anywhere to link back to. Believe me, I tried -- really hard. But we really don't need to go drumming up the past now do we. No. Instead, all we really wanted to know then was the price which now happens to be $15 from ChinaVision. I'm both excited and disappointed. Excited because it's not $1k plus dollars that I though such a novelty watch ...
  • Show that lady geek in your life some love: Floppy Disk Jewelry.
    by Mike
    Posted December 6th, 2009 at 4:28 pm
    That lovely lady in your life may like smelly things and goodies for home decor, but there's no denying the fact that most women wouldn't object to a fine piece of jewelry or two. The Floppy Disc Part Necklace above isn't exactly Tiffany's quality, but the image it portrays and the message it sends is far more personal and unique. Besides, I know all those floppies you've saved all of the decades are just collecting dust and taking up space. If you don't pay for one of these pre-made version...
  • IE 666 T-Shirt speaks the truth
    by Mike
    Posted December 4th, 2009 at 4:04 am
    If there were ever a more telling, more truthful, or more fitting t-shirt depicting the horrors and evil of Internet Explorer 6, the IE 666 shirt is by far at the top of the list. Web developers know of the absolute nightmare induced headaches caused by "Microsoft's finest" and end users know of the countless improperly rendered sites, slow navigation, and all around levels of suck that are prevalent. So have a good laugh at Microsoft's expense. Think Geek has the threads as always... Purcha...
  • Need “the vision?” Get the T-shirt [Geeky Clothing]
    by Mike
    Posted November 25th, 2009 at 5:16 am
    As any true photographer knows, at the end of the day it doesn't matter how big your lens is, how expensive your camera is, or how many extra attachments you have. It's the ability for the person operating the camera to "find the shot". You may or may not actually have that gift but at least you can wear it on your chest, fooling the world and pretending you do. For that, we have the "Still Need the Vision" T-Shirt. Wear it with pride... Geeky-Gadgets...
  • The 80mph Mario T-shirt.
    by Mike
    Posted November 21st, 2009 at 7:30 pm
    All of those days speedin' by Peach and Bowser in your cute little Mario Kart without so much as a single ticket were moments of luck. Don't let yourself end up like the t-shirt above -- out of shells, no star power, and now in debt.... Purchase the "80 mph Mario Shirt" from Anti-Clothes TheAwesomer...
  • Trapped in time with the Cassette Ties.
    by Mike
    Posted October 29th, 2009 at 9:50 am
    There are tons of geeky clothing options available for those who just have to wear their personality on their sleeve. But what if you want to go above and beyond "normal geeks"? What if you want a piece of geeky clothing that will make even the most hardcore geeks step back, double take, and gawk? Well then, you my friend need a Cassette Tie. Constructed from a 50% tape cassette tape and 50% polyester blend, these ties are actually quite simple and pretty "low-tech". After turning the c...
  • I never thought I’d want twins until I saw the “Copy/Paste” T-Shirt
    by Mike
    Posted October 27th, 2009 at 10:26 am
    If you ever wondered what the best outfit to dress twins in was, I have the answer. The "Ctrl + C" and "Ctrl + V" t-shirts. As Gizmodo's Jesus Diaz points out, (and because I'm a fellow Mac user) I would need slightly modified "Cmd + c" and "Cmd + v" captions. Perfect. Funny. Clever. I'll take two please. Gizmodo > The Daily What...
  • Halloween animal costumes for the technologically obsessed.
    by Mike
    Posted October 26th, 2009 at 8:11 am
    We geeky humans can get quite into Halloween with all kinds of geeky costumes. But why should we be the only species to have all of the fun? Many electronic gurus also own some form of animal. It only makes sense that we pass our affinity for all things gadget on to our animals. The USS Enterprise Woof and Vadar Dog are just two of several fine examples of animal geekery that Dvice has whipped up. If you're looking for a small mid-morning laugh, stop on over and give the 7 other costumes...
  • Nerdiest Halloween costume ever: *Almost* Fully functioning iPhone costume complete with working 40″ display.
    by Mike
    Posted October 26th, 2009 at 6:32 am
    Clever isn't quite the right word. Financially gifted? Perhaps. You'd have to have at least some spare cash to create such a costume as seen in the video above. Reko and John have officially created the *almost* most geeky Halloween costume. I highlight the "almost" because while two massive 40" displays are used to display what each person's iPhone is displaying, the big screens themselves aren't touch capable and hence aren't capable of controlling the iPhone themselves. Still, an A fo...
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