This is the “Gottlob Frege: Begriffsschrift” A-line dress, designed by philosopher-artist Maureen Eckert and brought to my attention by Sara Bernstein. The pattern is also available on leggings. She also has clothing available with Frege’s square of opposition on it, such as this shirt.
These items are available on Redbubble, where, I recently discovered, you can find a surprising number of philosopher-themed clothing, such as:
- the “Hegel is My Homeboy” Hoodie
- the “Kant Touch This” and “Sorry But I Kant” t-shirts
- a pair of Nietzsche mini–skirts
- the “I had fun once. It sucked.” Schopenhauer shirt
- a Warhol-style Marx scarf
- a Wittgenstein duck-rabbit shirt
- and, of course, a trolley problem t-shirt
Many of philosopher-artist Renee Bolinger‘s portraits of philosophers are available printed on clothing, too.
Also, some of the artwork by the philosophers who create the comic strips here at DN is also available in clothing form. Check out stuff from Pete Mandik, Rachel Katler, Tanya Kostochka, and Ryan Lake.
See some philosopher-inspired clothing online? Let us know, and include a link.
And maybe someone could get working on making a Hobbes shirt, like this:
RE: Hegel, the *Phenomenology of Spirit* dress/shirt: https://www.redbubble.com/people/rosaluxemburg/works/23939212-hegels-phenomenology-of-spirit?p=graphic-t-shirt-dressReport
Existential Comics has some great merchandise: https://www.teepublic.com/stores/existentialcomics
I personally have the Marxist Monopoly and Hume at the Fair t-shirts.Report
Litographs incorporates text into t-shirts, working in a representative graphic. They have Plato’s Republic, Beyond Good and Evil, The Wealth of Nations, The Prince, and many more:
I like my “David Hume: Rebel Without a Cause” t-shirt: https://tresnormale.com/products/david-hume (quick search turned up the Women’s version).Report
I’ve made a few. My personal favorites are “Alan Turingnator”, in the style of The Terminator movie poster, and Ernst Mach’s “View from my Left Eye”. A while ago, on a now defunct site, someone used to buy sets of 50 or 100 mugs as conference give-a-ways emblazoned with “Either Jones owns a Ford or Brown is in Barcelona”.
Philosophy of social science “Cultural Capital” tote bag (in French). https://www.capitalculturel.com/Report
Looks like the brackets for the NCAA basketball tournament to me. Not to say not attractive… 🙂Report
There is the classic “Nietzsche is my co-pilot” tshirt:
And their “Monsters of Grok” line includes mashups of many famous (several philosopher’s) and band logos:
And a faux sports tshirt for Platonic ideals:
T-shirts with Turing, Carnap, Quine, Spinoza, Heidegger, Duns Scotus and many others. Good quality stuff made in Montréal!
I made a bunch of philosophy themed shirts and merchandise some years back that are still for sale on Zazzle. Some of them are better than others, but check them out!