Spaghetti Western t-shirts?


(ijontichy) #1

Are there any online shops that sell spaghetti western t-shirts? I’d love to have that wanted poster of El Indio from “For A Few Dollars More” printed on a t-shirt. Two-tone would be fine for this genre.


(ION BRITTON) #2

I was wondering that myself, I’d love to have a t-shirt of THE GREAT SILENCE


(Bill san Antonio) #3

t-shirt with man with no name design shouldn’t bee to difficult to find, at least I found some from ebay.

I’ve done some t-shirt printing few times myself. I’ve been thinking of making some with spaghetti western theme too maybe.


(p.pereira) #4

I’ve got one which is kind of social humor based: “Portugal, o faroeste da Europa” (Portugal, Europe western)


(Reverend Danite) #5

I’ve got these - and a different Django one (somewhere), and I used to have a LVC one (as the Col’s avatar, but I think I must’ve left that in Spain after the Almeria trip :’( ). I just tried the link to the (American) company and it’s going nowhere, unfortunately. :-


(Lode) #6

me (and seb) own “The Spaghetti Western” by Brock Davis. Very very great shirt. Even my girlfriend who does not like spaghetti western owns the girly shirt of it :smiley:


(Col. Douglas Mortimer) #7

[quote=“Reverend Danite, post:5, topic:2284”]I’ve got these - and a different Django one (somewhere), and I used to have a LVC one (as the Col’s avatar, but I think I must’ve left that in Spain after the Almeria trip :’( ). I just tried the link to the (American) company and it’s going nowhere, unfortunately. :-

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Thats just the greatest, I must have em!


(cinemaking) #8

I just bought this one and love it


(Dr. Menard) #9

I own a “The Good, The Bad & Ugly” t-shirt with a print of Eastwood on the front of it which friends of mine bought in Thailand of all places. But otherwise i´ve been having a hard time find any spaghetti western related merchandise out there.

Your best shot at the moment is still ebay and Amazon.com where they sell various t-shirts with prints of the 3 Eastwood/Leone movies. But if your looking for a Django or Sartana t-shirt then i´m afraid you´ll have to get one custom made.


(Dillinger) #10

[quote=“cinemaking, post:8, topic:2284”]I just bought this one and love it

Which one?


(cinemaking) #11

This one: http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/catalog/productdetail.jsp?id=15799844&itemdescription=true&navAction=jump


(Dillinger) #12

Hmm… I’ve had a look at all the Shirt on that page and didn’t find the spaghetti one…


(Reverend Danite) #13

I saw a geezer wearing a “Fishful of Dollars” t-shirt recently and demanded to know where he got it from. Turns out to be from the Weird Fish company. Coincidently passed one of their shops today, but unfortunately this was an old design that they no longer do. But, haha - they had this one… and I’ll be sporting it to the ale/cider house this very eve to show it off! :slight_smile:


(Warning, if anybody is thinking of getting one - they are large fitting - I’m a 42" chest and could even fit into their small size :o - but bought the medium to allow for cider-belly.) :stuck_out_tongue:
(It’s not so easy to see the GBU+weird design here - but there’s an enlargement on their site for it.)
http://www.weirdfish.co.uk/CategoryList/Mens/Mens-Printed-Tees/Products/10WT08.aspx


(Dillinger) #14

I think eventually you have to make your own SW shirts…


(ENNIOO) #15

Any designs in mind…


(Dillinger) #16

Of course, but I won’t tell! Someone could steal my ideas and make a lot of money with it…


(ENNIOO) #17

Good point :slight_smile: .


(natos99) #18

Yeah I wouldnt say no to a couple of Django/franco nero t-shirts…

Im surprised http://www.80stees.com doesnt do any (I know its 80’s ) but they do lots of pop cult type stuff… they should start doing western stuff…


(Michael Baker) #19

I’m sure some of you will know about this site, but for those who don’t here is a link to red bubble.