It's been said that if at first you don't succeed you should try and try again, unless you're Wile E. Coyote, in which case, dude, who cares about the Road Runner, you're f***ing immortal. For explosively good shirts from a dude who kept at it, Hollyhoodz.
From a Twin Cities cat who started a number of screen-printed clothing concerns that failed to stick, HH slaps the mugs of a wide array of celebrities & fictional characters on sweatshirt hoods so they flank both sides of your dome, which hopefully has less snow in it than the one in Minneapolis, cause it's Tuesday morning. The designs come on American Apparel hoodies (with offbeat color options including mauve, mermaid green, and dark orchid), and include political figures like a grinning President Obama and Mike Huckabee-enforcer Chuck Norris; athletes including Brett Favre and Mike Tyson; and deceased greats from the late Gary Coleman, to a two-fer of Biggie and Tupac, who even in death can't escape the hood. They also delve into fictional characters, from recent pop culture fare like Dexter, to '90s icons like Carlton from The Fresh Prince, Steve Urkel, and a post-Miss Bliss, pre-College Years Zack Morris, about the only way a novelty hoody can look Preppy.
In terms of non-hoods there're numerous tees (e.g., the Monopoly man ironically bragging he's "hood rich"), plus stickers and '80s-style neon sunglasses, an accessory that'll have you looking dynamite.