Autoblog and Blipshift are teaming up to create the ultimate obsessive car t-shirt, and you're going to design it for us. Enter the contest but submitting your design, and you could win a Skip Barber racing school and a closet full of rad Blipshift tees.
If necessity is the mother of ingenuity, law enforcement must be the doting father. Drivers in China have taken to circumventing local seatbelt laws by purchasing and wearing special T-shirts. The shirts feature a graphic with a stripe that runs from shoulder to hip, creating the illusion that the driver is wearing his or her harness while seated. Police have reportedly begun cracking down on drivers for not wearing their belts after a rash of collisions resulted in occupants jettisoned from the
When using or wearing branded gear is cause to ask yourself, "Um, too much?" the answer is usually a resounding "Yes." If you're incapable of responding to this question honestly, then Porsche Design has created a new suite of accessories for you. The Colors of 1968 collection celebrates the available hues of the 911 at the close of the sixties: Tangerine, Polo Red, Irish Green and Ossi Blue.
Surprisingly (j/k), none of the satirical and funny submissions that AutoblogGreen readers posted in the comments of our original post on the California Fuel Cell Partnership's t-shirt contest made it to the final four. Instead, we have the potential winners seen above:
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