8 Ball Launches New Range Of Tees Inspired By TV Show Breaking Bad

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Leading online t-shirt retailer 8 Ball has added a new line of t-shirts to its collection, the designs of which stem from references to American TV series Breaking Bad.

Each t shirt in the brand new collection is unique and portrays a different reference to the show

8 Ball’s Inspired by Breaking Bad collection of printed t shirts is exactly that – inspired by quotes and scenes from the hit TV series, which launched in the US in 2008.

The show, which focuses on high school teacher-turned- drug lord Walter White as he comes to term with his terminal illness, has been critically acclaimed by audiences from all corners of the globe and has become a cultural phenomenon, driving the production of a range of merchandise, including branded tees.

Each Breaking Bad t shirt in the brand new collection is unique and portrays a different reference to the show, with the ‘Cook’ design even mashing up a portrait of Walter White and Shephard Fairey for a unique look.

A representative from 8 Ball highlights the impact TV and film can have on the demand for high quality printed clothing.

“If people love a TV programme or movie, they want to express their appreciation for it, and wearing a t-shirt with an associated image or slogan is the perfect way to do so,” he explains. “Breaking Bad is still winning over fans in the UK and we saw a huge gap in the market for tees based on its imagery and clever, highly-rated script”.

8 Ball’s Inspired By Breaking Bad t shirts start from just £14.99 (not including postage and packaging) and can be shipped to the UK, Europe and beyond. Take a look at the company’s website for more information on delivery costs and timeframes.

8 Ball is a leading online retailer of unique t shirts, delivering thousands of items to UK customers in a huge range of different sizes and designs. From funny slogans to classic rock logos and quirky shirts inspired by pop culture, the tees on offer from the company appeal to all generations and can be printed to order. Call 01785 330220 for more information today.

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