Calling all you coffee fans! Or well….actually even if like us you just like all things retro! During our recent online adventures through cyber space, we’ve spotted some pretty darn amazing retro designs that not only look amazing, but they look tasty too.
Stumbling across some of the coolest Latte designs we’ve ever seen, we thought we would pick out some of our very favourite and share them with you lot. We know, we spoil you!
So! Looking to stir up the hidden barista inside us all, check out some of these simply amazing retro inspired designs below.
So there you have them folks! Got any caffeine cravings? Are you creative with you coffee or have you seen some designs to rival these? Let us know by commenting below.
One of the best things that a good Summer (or perhaps the odd day as the case may be!) brings along with it is of course getting to set your arms free and rocking some of your very favourite T-Shirts!
Nothing beats getting to proudly show off and style up your collection for all to see, all the while spreading the love for your favourite films, games, TV shows, cartoons and even classic brands. Bliss!
Rocking one of theeee most loved trends right now, we’ve managed to get our hands on some of the coolest and most retro Sublimation T-Shirts that are not only some of the best we’ve seen, but come packed with to the rafters with nostalgia feels. Take a peep at some of our latest designs and get your perfect look this Summer….
Fanta Sublimation T-Shirt
POP this little beauty in your basket and you will not be disappointed! This Retro Fred’s Fanta design features an oh so 90’s style all over print for some serious retro cool points!
Coca-Cola Mixtapes Sublimation T-Shirt
Gotta love a good old mix tape! This wonderful creation from Retro Fred’s features an array of colourful cassettes along with the classic Enjoy Coke logo.
Fresh in from one of our all-time favourite vintage brands Junk Food, we’ve got our eager hands on even more amazing designs featuring some of the biggest and best-loved retro characters and all of course topped with their signature vintage style and amazing quality.
With some fab designs that have been inspired by classic cartoons, big name bands and even blockbuster films, our latest collection is the perfect treat for all you cool cats out there who really love to get their hands on something a little extra special.
Take a look at our latest designs and find the perfect one to ‘suit’ your ‘character’….
So……which one is your fave? Will you be a superhero? A music Guru? Or maybe a movie buff?
Available from just £26.99, check out our complete range of Junk Food Clothing today for even more to pick from.
Are you an animaniac? Crazy for cartoons? Well you probably have a great collection of Cartoon T-Shirts already (if not, why not?) but have you ever really thought about some of the voices behind your favourite animated characters?
Me neither, so I set off in search of some of my favourite characters and voices. Here’s what I found….
Grandpa Huxtable was a Thundercat!
Between 1984 & 1992, Earle Hyman played Grandpa Russell Huxtable in The Cosby Show. Despite being a trombone playing, Hillman College graduate and a really bad buyer of sweaters in this popular sitcom he was also moonlighting as a humanoid warrior feline from outer space, Panthro.
Panthro was the resident mechanic in the cartoon Thundercats and was also the least clothed member after Snarf.
Earle talked about voicing Panthro and he says it was an easy job because he just pretended he was talking to his cats, which makes me think he probably misunderstood the plot of the series just a little bit.
Uncle Phil was a Shedder!
Actor James Avery played Uncle Phil from The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Obviously not content with just putting up with all the shenanigans caused by an annoying wannabe rapper called “Will Smith” he also voiced Shredder from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles cartoon.
For over 100 episodes, the man best known for playing a conservative judge also lent his voice to an Asian ninja master best known for living inside a giant mechanical eyeball and hanging out with a hideous man-hog and a disembodied brain. Avery openly admitted the relationship between him and Krang was played “like an old married couple.” Check out the full interview here:
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Fergie was Sally Brown!
Stacy Ann Ferguson, aka Fergie, is probably best known for being part of the ‘pop sensation’ The Black Eyed Peas along with Will.i.am and….. those other guys?!?! Apart from being a member of the B.E.P’s, Fergie has also done some film acting (Planet Terror, Nine) and voice acting work (Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa), but the highlight to her career has to be when she voiced Sally Brown, Charlie Brown’s little sister in Peanuts.
Sally is remembered for her crush on Linus and for not being the brightest spark in the box. Fergie was one of the original Sallys. As Stacy Ferguson, she voiced the character in two classic Peanuts movies and The Charlie Brown & Snoopy Show, starting when she was only 9. Here’s what she sounded like back then:
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And apparently she can still do that voice, which means that if they did a CGI remake of the Peanuts movie, casting Fergie would actually be quite a good decision.
Kelsey Grammer was Side-Show Bob!
When you think of Kelsey Grammer you probably think about Frasier Crane, the character he portrayed for 20 years on ‘Cheers’ and then in ‘Frasier.’ But Kelsey is also responsible for another pretty noteworthy and long-running television fixture and probably my favourite cartoon bad guy Sideshow Bob.
Sideshow Bobs tendancy to break out into song comes from Grammer’s own life. Apparently Grammer had a habit of singing during the shooting of ‘Cheers’ and Sam Simon, who wrote and produced ‘Cheers’ before developing ‘The Simpsons,’ recommended Grammer incorporate this trait into the character Sideshow Bob.
Other Sideshow Bob secrets revealed is that Bobs accent comes from the late stage actor and personal friend of Kelsey, Ellis Rabb. More confessions to come from the interview reveal Kelseys favourite Sideshow Bob line. So why not check out the interview below:
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So there you have it, 4 of my favourite cartoon voices. Thankfully we have plenty of cool tees available so you can show your appreciation for these vocal genius too!!