Ghostrescuers Tee Design Review.

T-shirts, Phone Cases, Wall Art

Ghostrescuers Tee Design by ronin84

Ghostrescuers Tee Design by ronin84

Reviewed by: Lucky

4 Stars

Summary

The Ghostrescuers tee design features the Ghostbusters as ghost heroes as they free the their mascot spirit from the NO symbol logo. Available in Tees , Phone Cases and Wall Art.

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The Ghostrescuers tee design is a funny spoof of the Ghostbusters franchise and logo.

Well this Ghostbusters parody had to be made at some point. Each of the original four Ghostbusters are included in this scene. They are either facing away or have their faces covered with gear. The tie in of the Proton Pack being represented as a toolbox is a hilarious touch. But all of those details cannot compare to the priceless expression of shame and embarrassment on the face of the busted ghost that is being rescued. Note how Spengler is wearing his goggles and how Ray is staying is the one comforting the trapped spirit, staying true to their characters.

The artwork is clean and it is colored and shaded masterfully. The faded skyline in the horizon is an unnecessary detail but it looks awesome regardless. The mirror image of the prohibited symbol or "No" sign has some vintage distressing for even more aesthetics.

This parody is perfect to wear at any casual setting and all fans of the Ghostbusters movies will love to have this tee.

Ghostrescuers Tee Design by ronin84

Is available on: Tees, Phone Cases and as Wall Art. Stone color fabric is mandatory and it works best with this artwork as it is a neutral color that makes up the coloring of the Ghostrescuers uniforms. The review breakdown is as follows:

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