Limited Edition Crack T-Shirt!

Limited Edition is a badge of honour for any card carrying geek and a point of general confusion for the rest of the populace. Show someone your fancy new Malibu Stacey doll (with a new hat!) and they’ll be impressed – tell them that it’s limited edition and they’ll give you a buoyant “oh” before moving ever so slowly away from you.

But not with T-shirts- the more obscure the image/slogan the better. People can’t get enough of staring at your now incredible rare get up- scanning their eyes across it for hidden clues that can spark a long dormant geek memory.

Though the image has fairly obvious origins (he says with a nerdtacular grunt of scorn) Qwertee’s fabulous and rare ‘crack’ design will give any geek the bragging rights in their respective post code.

The shirt – available for only three days or until 11pm Wednesday 1st March – was designed by animator Billy Allison and features Amy and the Doctor peering through the crack in time.

Unsurprisingly Allison came up with the idea  while watching Doctor Who:

An idea I thought of while watching Doctor Who … why don’t they just have a look inside? I thought, maybe not a good idea but still :D”

Doctor Who News readers can also take advantage of special 50p/50c offer off the usual £8/€10/$13.50 price simply by entering the magic code below when ordering …and there’s no reason why you shouldn’t follow the link above to take a read of the popular news pages and pickup the code.

European T-Shirt fun factory Qwertee specialise in making ‘daily’ t-shirts where designs will only be available for one day before being cast into the fiery chasm from whence they came. Designs are submitted to community members who the vote for there favourites- with designers from across the globe looking to be king geek for the day.

To order head over to the Qwertee site.

(via Doctor Who News)


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