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I’ve been anxiously awaiting United Pixelworkers‘ return, and it looks like it was well worth the wait. They’ve made updates that include extensive sorting options by gender, size, collections, etc; and the ability to request reprints (I’m putting in one for the “Milwaukee” t shirt right now).

Special addition pre-orders were previously available for 1 month, but they are now only up for 1 week. The upside of this change is quicker delivery. Stand out from the crowd with the “UNTD PXLWRKRS” t shirt in its new colorway. It showcases their custom typeface in red-orange and blue ink that really pops on the asphalt blank. If you’d like a more subdued version, request a reprint on the previous Heather Lieutenant version.

If you like what you see, I highly recommend following United Pixelworkers on Twitter @pixelworkers to avoid missing out on their limited edition pre-orders.

I guess the “Lo Pan Express” would be more of a mystical ride compared to the “Pork Chop Express.” TeeFury offers Manly Arts‘ “Lo Pan Express” for $10 today (08/23). I had a few Ed “Big Daddy” Roth t shirts growing up, and this design does his style justice. If you like the design but aren’t really into it on a t shirt, you can purchase a full color art print at the The Manly Shop.
UPDATE: This is now available until 9 a.m. (EST) on 08/24 through TeeFury’s After Hours, for $13.

Reigning Tee Madness Champion 8-Bit Zombie blew a lot of people’s minds yesterday with their extraordinary Summer 2012 release. The coolest item was definitely the “8-bit Zombie Kids Club” package which included a custom lunch box, patch and t shirt. The t shirt was available in two colors, heather neon orange and heather kelly green. I refer to this item in the past tense only because it was super limited and sold out in just a few hours. I was pretty swamped at work, and unfortunately missed out on this purchase. 8-bit Zombie hinted on Facebook that the shirts and patches will make a comeback, though.

But have no fear, there are a bunch of other super rad items that celebrate everything great about the ’80s. Here are a few of my favorites, all available right now over at the 8-bit Zombie shop.