In this week's T-Shirt Tuesday I'd like to highlight two spoof designs we added back in 2008, both on the same theme: migratory flyways. Both of these are inspired by pop culture and can be found in the Pop Culture Birding section of the shop.
In North America there are four main routes that migratory birds use, and these are known as flyways.
These pop culture spoof birding t-shirts would be fun to wear during a birding excursion during the migration season, wouldn't they?
First we have Rockin' Down the Flyway, which is inspired by the rock n' roll lyric Rockin' Down the Highway. This is done in a rock-style font and colors.
Next we have Lost Flyway, which is inspired by David Lynch's Lost Highway. This design is made in the style of the film's poster.
This week's highlighted shirt is our classic design called Old Digiscopers Never Die, first introduced in 2008. We show the design here on a women's classic tee.
This funny design for digiscopers reads Old digiscopers never die, they just lose their focus. Digiscopers take photos (of birds) using their spotting scope and a digital camera. Digiscoping is an increasingly popular pastime among birders. This is a cute, funny gift idea for digiscopers of any level!
This was our first digiscoping-themed design. What do you think? What other digiscoping novelties would you like to see?
This week's highlighted shirt is a funny spoof of the Sir MixaLot song Baby Got Back with the familiar lyric turned into a funny birding phrase: I Like Big BIRDS and I Cannot Lie.
This is a funny, hip-hop inspired design for anyone that loves birds. Birders and birdwatchers will get a kick out of this spoof text design that reads I Like Big BIRDS And I Cannot Lie.
The text phrase is shown here on a crew neck sweatshirt in a unisex cut. See other fun apparel options featuring this spoof design below.
Share the values of being a birder or birdwatcher with this funny spoof design that is inspired by nutrition labels but substitutes birdwatcher things for the ingredients or macros.
On this Birder Nutrition facts t-shirt, the serving size of one birder or birdwatcher includes more than the recommended daily value of things like patience, enthusiasm, and identification skills. May contain nuts! Check out the funny birder themed text on this great birdwatcher spoof design. Get this for the birding enthusiast in your life!
Shown here on a premium unisex (or men's) t-shirt in black, you can find this design on a variety of apparel and gift options. The design itself is available in black or white. See examples of your options below.
The best conspiracy theories develop their own offshoots. Birds Aren't Real is a great spoof of conspiracy theories in its own right, and here we have a spoof of the spoof in the form of Birders Aren't Real.
The silly spoof design denies the reality of birding or birdwatching as a hobby. This is a funny spoof design of a funny spoof conspiracy theory that is perfect for birders of all levels and beliefs.
Shown here on a basic black unisex t-shirt, you can use Zazzle's easy tools to transfer this design to a different apparel style, cut, and/or color. Look for "see more" in the "style" section on the product page, or scroll down to "Transfer design to a product" for a huge selection of apparel and gift options. Note the white text on this design makes it look best on darker garments or gift items; in many cases you can make the background of your chosen novelty gift item black or another dark color, again using Zazzle's easy customization tools.
In this week's T-Shirt Tuesday I'd like to highlight a pop-culture inspired birding-themed t-shirt design we first introduced back in 2008. This one is part of our Pop Culture collection: Dial B for Birder.
I was thinking about making a birding spoof design using the fact that birder rhymes with murder and came up with this one. Ray Milland is one of my favorite actors, and I thought he was super in Dial M for Murder. I was just looking at his filmography on IMdB and saw that his acting career spanned from the beginning of the sound era in 1929 all the way to mid-1980's. He even did guest spots on The Love Boat and Hart to Hart! Wow!
Shown here on a hooded sweatshirt, this spoof design can be purchased on other apparel options and gift items; see some examples below.