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14 Awesome Upcycled and DIY Shirt Projects for the Gym

DIY Workout and Gym Shirts Crafts

 

Look like a beauty, train like a beast. These words can obviouslyyy apply to your toned muscles after leg day, but the “look like a beauty” part can also mean your gym clothes. Yes, we know that going to work out isn’t a fashion show, but haven’t you heard, “look good, feel good”? Here are 14 different DIY projects using t-shirts that can help you LOOK GOOD at the gym, save some money (upcycled crafts!), and, in turn, feel...

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The Style Evolution of Jesse Pinkman

Jesse Pinkman Evolution Header

 

There is no debate that Jesse Pinkman, a character that was originally slated to die at the end of the first season of Breaking Bad, showed an extraordinary amount of growth throughout the series. That growth was effectively displayed not only through the character’s actions, but also through his wardrobe and overall style. The costume designers behind the Breaking Bad scenes clearly had an arc in mind when plotting the roadmap for Jesse Pinkman and how his emotional journey could also be mirrored by his attire. Revisit the beautiful and tragic character of Jesse Pinkman through a look at his style evolution. Warning: there are some potential Breaking Bad plot spoilers below.

 

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Just Here For The Gasoline: A Mad Max Primer [Infographic]

Mad Max Primer

 

To say that Mad Max: Fury Road is a film three decades in the making is not an overstatement. Director George Miller created an iconic, desolate wasteland setting in the outback of Australia, filled it with bondage-clad baddies and bike-upon-car-upon-mac-truck-upon-gyrocopter, and let Mel Gibson loose to make sense of it. We've seen Mad Max, The Road Warrior, and Beyond Thunderdome, and now, 30 years later, we get Fury Road, which comes out May 15th, 2015. As we've seen in the trailers, Max is played by Tom Hardy, but looks as beat up and road-weary as ever. To prepare yourself for part four of this movie series, we've created a poster-slash-primer, filling you in on important dates, facts, and trivia from each film.

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Avengers Villains Primer: 7 Baddies You Should Fear Other Than Ultron

Avengers Villains Primer

 

You don’t know half as much about Avengers villains as you should - admit it! If you thought you did, this article might make you think twice. From Doctor Doom and the death-obsessed Thanos, to the lesser known Taskmaster and the mysterious Rabum Alal, Ultron just might be the least of your worries.

 

So before you dive into The Avengers: Age of Ultron in all its destructive glory, take a minute (or an afternoon!) to cower before seven of the scariest Avengers villains that could someday make the cut. Because, let's face it, Marvel isn't stopping this A-train any time soon!

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The Best Womens Tank Tops

Womens Tank Tops

 

Tank tops are so hot right now... Really! Not only are they great for hot weather, but they can be easily layered with jackets, scarves, other awesome tank tops... the sky is the limit! The best thing about the huge selection of tank tops on Shirts.com is that ours make a statement for every personality. Shirts.com has tank tops that cater to the sports fanatic (go home team!), get edgy with band logos and shredded backs, and they can scream "I'm a Princess!" just like hipster Ariel.

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The History of Superman

The History of Superman

 

In 1938, costumed superheroes were not common place. We had heroes like Dick Tracy, Conan the Barbarian, and Flash Gordon, who were extraordinary in their actions, but weren’t very super. Then two men — Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster — had the idea to create a non-traditional hero in the true American fashion. Immigrants to America themselves, Siegel and Shuster envisioned a costumed alien (literally) who looked like a man but had superhuman powers. Superman first appeared in the comic book issue Action Comics #1. Costumed in blue, red, and yellow with a now-iconic "S" across his chest, Superman was a true American hero. Superman would go down in history as the first superhero and inspiration for all costumed heroes since.

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