Star Wars Inspired Shirts In Today’s TwoFury Competition!!!

April 1, 2015 , , ,

To order either shirt or any others please go to

Today, our friends over at have 2 new shirts that are both inspired by the Star Wars Universe.  The first called  Cat-At Loves Yarn! by Obvian and shows an AT-AT walker laying on it’s back playing with yarn in the shape of the Death Star.  The second shirt called  The Force Side by mikehandyart and is a mash up of The Far Side and Star Wars.

As always on TeeFury, these shirts are only available today, so make sure you get them while you can.  Also, please know, by purchasing either or both of these shirt, The Main Street Mouse receives a portion of the sales to help with keeping us up and running, so we greatly appreciate the support.

Now most of our readers have probably heard of  But just in case, TeeFury was formed in 2008 as the brainchild of a bunch of artists with a passion for limited edition t-shirts. At TeeFury you will find your favorite pop culture tees, with a brand new limited edition design every 24 hours for only $11.

Their artists and loyal followers (TeeFurians) are the creative blood in our cottony veins. They thrive on their ingenuity and forum activity, bringing only the best designs to life for 24 hours. After the initial sale, the t shirt is moved into the Gallery, where you can vote to bring your favorite designs back from the dead.

Cat-At Loves Yarn! by Obvian

Cat-At Loves Yarn! by Obvian

Cat-At Loves Yarn! by Obvian model


The Force Side by mikehandyart

The Force Side by mikehandyart

The Force Side by mikehandyart model

These designs will be competing against one another in  the competition, TwoFury.  The winner is determined simply by which shirt sells more.  Things to remember, after today these designs will NOT be available anymore.  Once a image is retired to the gallery you cannot order it unless it’s brought back from the “dead” by receiving the most votes to restore it.  Make sure you order it before time expires.  You can visit HERE


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