People don't normally associate "video game designers" with "fashion designers", and they will continue to not do so, with the admittedly rad t-shirts of gamer/artist Mitch Loidolt. A Minnesota-born "2-D environmental illustrator" (read: video game drawer) who packed up his bags (and, presumably, tarantula aquariums) and moved out to Cali, Loidolt applies his arcade-ish aesthetic to short-sleeve designs like:
Skate 'Til You Die: Named for the high cholesterol imbued by those devilish rays (jk, skate wing is as healthy as it is delicious), this cartoony graphic (a collab with local artist Phil Jones) sees Death on a coffin-shaped skateboard.
DQ Value Menu: Prompted by a request to "draw something cute", this re-imagining of said menu gets anime'd out with semi-gross items like a slime burger, so he probably should've chosen Hardee's.
SkyJack: Just your classic depiction of a cartoon lumberjack riding his uber-long beard as a magic carpet.