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Undeads and hollows, make your way to the Meat Bun online store for our latest collection, a Souls-inspired line designed for all tendencies and covenants.
Six new designs are available, including the Ghosts’n Goblins-inspired Demons’n Dragons; a tribute to the little brother of the Daughters of Chaos, Ceaseless Discharge; The Maiden in Black, a missing card from the Rider-Waite tarot; an anatomical study of the fearsome, unwelcome Mimic, in the kaiju-style; a proud proclamation of one’s Black Tendency; and a message from the cat queen of the Royal Wood, reminding us that only we can prevent forest invasions.
Below is a sneak peek at Demons’n Darkness. The full line is available now in the Meat Bun online store.
It’s All Souls Day, and things are definitely growing darker at Meat Bun. You can feel the world slipping into the black.
- Prices may go up.
- Shipping times may increase.
- Packaging may be harder to open.
- Rare shirts may spawn, and will be much harder to kill.
Check back soon for more information — if you haven’t gone completely hollow.
Our newest line of tees dedicated to racing, driving and skateboarding is now live on the Meat Bun store. This is just part one of Checkpoint. The rest is coming soon!
Photos by Tom Troutman.
Checkpoint, Meat Bun’s homage to all things racing and all things timed in video games is coming to the online store very soon. Very very very soon. For now, here’s one last tease that showcases the first part of the line. The second half of Checkpoint is coming in a few weeks, so stay tuned.
After a little fine tuning in the Meat Bun garage, our next line, Checkpoint, is just around the corner.
Just (barely) in time for the holidays, Meat Bun introduces its newest batch of tees and jerseys! The “Cute ‘Em Up!” line (*ahem!* now available at the online shop) focuses on the adorable side of video games, highlighting some of our favorite classic and cute characters. From the slimy to the batty, we tapped into our bright and cheerful side.
Let’s take a quick look, shall we? Yes, let’s!
Pixel maestro Paul Robertson gives us a look inside the Pleasure Domes for his piece “Big Money, Big Prizes.” I love it and you will too, if you’re a fan of twin-stick shooters. It’s available in crisp, clean white and in natural organic cotton (with fancy cash green stitching). Like Paul’s “Snack Attack,” this one’s for the pixel lover in you.
Based on our preview sale at the Giant Robot x Meat Bun pop-up shop, “Needlemouse” is shaping up to be one of our most popular designs. I don’t think there’s much more that needs to be said about this mascot mash-up, but it’s currently available in three flavors: tri-black, tri-blue and tri-gray.
Oh, also, the next “Cute ‘Em Up!” entry might be a little NSFW. So, don’t scroll down if your boss is reading the blog over your shoulder.
Kinuko’s “Slimes” was — and this may be understating it *just* a touch — one of our favorite pieces from this year’s Game Over IV show at GRSF. We like it so much, we asked Kinuko if we could print it on a tee. She said yes, making us the happiest video game clothing company ever. We honor those of you brave enough to wear this much slimy flesh on your person. Seriously. You’ve got guts.
There’s WAY more than this available in the store right now, including new pieces from ultra-talented folks like Ashley Davis, Mitch Loidolt, and Zac Gorman, so cruise on over to the Meat Bun online store to see the rest of our new goodies. (Just make a hasty cruise. We’ve already sold out of a few things here and there.)