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Starcheology TShirt by Terry Peppers.

Starcheology TShirt by Terry Peppers.
 
 
 
 
 
Designer: Terry Peppers
Genre: Mash-up, Movies, Indiana Jones, Star Wars
Gender: Both
Age Appropriateness: All Ages
Limited Print: No
Customizable: No
Brand: Undisclosed, but it is 4.5 oz 100% Combed Ringspun Cotton
Sizes: WS, WM, WL, WXL, S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X, K4, K6, K8, K10, K12
Choice of Styles: No
Choice of Colors: No
Printing Method: Screen Printed
Buy Tee At Retailer: Shirt.Woot
Affiliate Program: Yes
Customer Service: Excellent
Ships To: All Regions
Price: $15.00
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The Starcheology TShirt Design by Terry Peppers features Indiana Jones shining a torch upon Han Solo frozen in carbonite.  The irony being that both characters are played by Harrison Ford. This is one of the most clever tshirt designs out there that make other designers jealous. Bloody brilliant. Two iconic characters of two of the […]

The Starcheology TShirt Design by Terry Peppers features Indiana Jones shining a torch upon Han Solo frozen in carbonite.  The irony being that both characters are played by Harrison Ford.

This is one of the most clever tshirt designs out there that make other designers jealous. Bloody brilliant. Two iconic characters of two of the coolest movie franchises glued together by a common actor and plausible story timelines and plots.

The torch provides a nice light source and a little color to the otherwise black and white illustration with proper and consistent shading throughout. The placement of Dr. Jone’s hand with the whip is a bit awkward to say the least but that really i neither here nor there just funny given the expression on Han’s face and hand gestures like “No, back off”.

The coolest part of this design is the implied reaction that one would get if they were in the exact situation. That eerie mixed feeling of somehow facing one’s own mortality and confusion of “How could this be?” if one seen an image of themselves or an exact body double from antiquity. It would definitely raise questions about the nature of reality, space and time.

The way that this design fades off into the shirt fabric is done with just the right amount of details as to not take the focus away from the main gag.

Fans of  either  or both Indiana Jones,  Star Wars, or just Harrison Ford in general would love to have this tee in their collection.

Date published: 07/21/2013
/ 5 stars

The Starcheology TShirt Design by Terry Peppers features Indiana Jones shining a torch upon Han Solo frozen in carbonite.  The irony being that both characters are played by Harrison Ford.

This is one of the most clever tshirt designs out there that make other designers jealous. Bloody brilliant. Two iconic characters of two of the coolest movie franchises glued together by a common actor and plausible story timelines and plots.

The torch provides a nice light source and a little color to the otherwise black and white illustration with proper and consistent shading throughout. The placement of Dr. Jone’s hand with the whip is a bit awkward to say the least but that really i neither here nor there just funny given the expression on Han’s face and hand gestures like “No, back off”.

The coolest part of this design is the implied reaction that one would get if they were in the exact situation. That eerie mixed feeling of somehow facing one’s own mortality and confusion of “How could this be?” if one seen an image of themselves or an exact body double from antiquity. It would definitely raise questions about the nature of reality, space and time.

The way that this design fades off into the shirt fabric is done with just the right amount of details as to not take the focus away from the main gag.

Fans of  either  or both Indiana Jones,  Star Wars, or just Harrison Ford in general would love to have this tee in their collection.

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