Spiffy Darwin “Origin” tee shirt

February 22, 2017 • 2:30 pm

Reader Peter called my attention to this lovely Origin of Species tee shirt. I know I’ve put it up before, but here it is again, and it has 40,000 words of The Origin on it imprinted by dye sublimation. That’s not the whole book by any means: as my friend Andrew Berry just found out by pasting the first edition into Microsoft Word, it’s about  153,000 words. Still, the shirt has about a quarter of the world’s most important science book, and is emblazoned with a picture of Darwin on the back, with his hair morphing into an ape face on the front:


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It’s $34, and you can also buy Origin purses, scarves, and temporary tattoos (2 for $5). Imagine how much of a hit you’ll be showing up at a party wearing this (not!):screen-shot-2017-02-22-at-1-29-41-pm



18 thoughts on “Spiffy Darwin “Origin” tee shirt

  1. Those are nice and tasteful. Though less so, I still prefer the one with Darwin in Che’s headwear under the words


    Less expensive by far as well!

  2. On a silver chain around my neck this one http://www.evolvefish.com/EvolveFISH-Pendant-p/jneck-evolvefish.htm I wear every single day. Simple. I know. (I am not much for necklacing bling … … so this is easy !)

    ‘Bout had it wholly and utterly yanked the ‘ell off that neck o’mine one workday BY a (public / state university [ “of SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY” IN ITS formal name !] ) dean’s secretary who disgustedly scorched @ me, loudly and in the presence of a multitude of colleagues, that I so needed to get the ‘correct’ one fish — and that she, from her church’s leader, ‘d be quite forced to herself bring that ‘correct’ one in to me just asap !

    Fortunately, I had had prepped and readied a verbal byte — with which to not only stop her up short but to also drop her jaw.


  3. At the risk of sounding inappropriate, but if I were unmarried, I would find any woman sporting that tattoo to be sexy as hell.

  4. Will be great for the March for Science, although NDT’s site’s shirt “Science isn’t a Liberal Conspiracy” would be good too.

  5. Thus, Ms Diane G: “HANDS OFF ! the bling, (insert Secretary’s name) ! Religionists including yours, STOLE this fish symbol from The Ancients. This evolving fish is a bagazillion years older than .any one. of your gods.”

    No mocking, craw. Just .finally. — after decades and decades of kowtowing to and shutting up and away from persons whom I feared ‘d retaliate upon me and my livelihood – abilities for my Self and my Boys — able I am to have for my Self … … A(ny) at all actual and true Voice.


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