Geeky Designs In T-Shirt Printing

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T-shirts are the best ways to express who you really are. Whether you are young and flirty, fun and fearless, or just plain tough, t-shirt printing and designing will bring out your true thoughts and feelings. For the true geeks and the closet geeks, there are several t-shirt printing artwork that can put on a big smile on people’s faces. Here is a list of the top ten t-shirt printing artwork for geeks.

1. There’s No Place Like

Every computer geek will immediately know what the text means. The IP address is the standard IP for connecting to the local host at the router. The local host is commonly called Home. So the line actually reads, “There’s no place like Home.”

2. Love Poem For Geeks

This shirt is actually sweet, if you think about it. Then Again, only geek girls would it sweet and romantic to use hex codes for colors in the poem. The geek’s love poem reads: “Roses are #FF0000; Violets are #0000FF; All My Base Are Belong To You.” The last line refers to an Cyberspace Meme that spread in the early 21st century, originating from the beginning cut scene of the video game Zero Wing, the 1991 European Sega Mega Drive version.

3. Steampunk designs

Geeks will certainly appreciate a steampunk design on t-shirts. Any artwork is good as long as the inside of an engine or clock is visible, complete with all the nuts and bolts. Steampunk refers to the style and art genres that meld the Victorian era inventions with modern technology. This sci-fi fantasy genre is best represented by the worlds created by HG Wells and Jules Verne in their books.

4. The Shirt

The tags are the most common HTML elements recognized by geeks. Any programmer with bragging rights and those who work for websites should recognize these well-known tags. Indicating a BODY by wearing a t-shirt printing the code for all to see is plain genius.

5. “Geek Inside” Maternity Shirt

This maternity t-shirt should be in any geek mom-to-be’s wardrobe. “Geek Inside” is a play of words on the famous “Intel Inside” slogan for the giant microchip company, Intel.

6. I Will Not Fix Your Computer

A common misconception of computer geeks is that all of them know how to fix a computer. One geek may know how, but not all. Besides, geeks can be fickle creatures. They may fix your computer if they like you very much. If not, then sorry, compadre!


PEBKAC is a well-known acronym among System Administrators. It actually stands for “Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair,” which refers to the general notion that computers should not be blamed for every computer problem. Users are most often the root cause of the problem.

8. There are only 10 types of people in the world: Those who understand binary and those who don’t.

One and zero does not always mean ten. In fact, they could be equal to two. In the world of computers, binary language is composed of only 1s and 0s. The sentence means there are only two types of people: one group who understands binary and one who does not.

9. I failed the Turing test.

The Turing Test refers to the theory that an A.I. like a chat bot can actually fool most people into thinking they are talking to a real, live human. If you fail the Turing test, then you are definitely nearer to being stupid. Chat bots are very easy to detect, especially when they start telling you they do not understand a sentence that is fairly easy to understand.

10. Brain Loading… 45% Please Wait.

Wear this shirt when you are half-awake, or half-asleep. Either condition applies. Just like a loading icon flashing its progress, the Brain Loading shirt is cool for sleepwear. However, this kind of shirt is definitely not work wear, or your boss would think less of you.

Obviously, the geeky t-shirt printing artworks have been chosen based on their attractiveness to the author’s personal preferences. You may also have noticed that the interactive t-shirts and animated t-shirts were not included. The list simply focuses on designs that were applied through t-shirt printing methods. Batteries should not be included.

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