Love Halloween but don't want to wear cumbersome costumes? T-shirts to the rescue: wear comfy shirts with cool Halloween-inspired designs created by indie artists instead.
Check out Spooky Daily's top 10 selections of spooky and fun Halloween T-shirts that you can wear all day and all night long. Best of all, these are all available in inclusive sizes, including Big & Tall up to 10XL.
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Wide Range of Sizes, Including Big and Tall up to 10XL
The NeatoShop's Halloween T-shirts are available in a wide range of sizes, including unisex and ladies slim fit (from S to 2XL), and Big and Tall T-shirts (sizes: 3XL, 4XL, 5XL, 6XL, 7XL, 8XL, 9XL and 10XL). They carry youth/kid sizes, toddler tees, and baby snapsuits as well, with worldwide shipping.
Design above: Hello-ween by Harebrained Design features a walking Jack-O-Lantern tipping the top of its head as if it's a hat, saying "Hello ... ween" (get it?) The smiling pumpkin is silhouetted by a full moon and accompanied by two flying bats.
Witches Party by mommagorilla
Who says that witches can't have fun? Indie artist mommagorilla shows us how witches party. This Friends-inspired design features our favorite witch villains sipping and sharing milkshakes. Candles and skulls decorate the tabletop as a red flame rages in the background.
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Witches Party features Ursula the villainous sea witch from The Little Mermaid, Maleficent "Mistress of All Evil" from Sleeping Beauty, the Sanderson sisters Winnie, Sarah, and Mary from Hocus Pocus, and the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz.
Nightmare by glitchygorilla
For horror lovers, this Nightmare tee by indie artist glitchygorilla is a dream come true! The highly detailed art is of one of the most iconic horror characters ever created: Freddy Krueger from A Nightmare on Elm Street.
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Nightmare features the burned and disfigured face of Freddy Krueger laughing behind his claw glove. Skulls, flowers, candles and a raven decorate the vignette and a ribbon with the text "Nightmare" is woven in the design.
Free Spirit by BazNet
Which is scarier: a ghost or a kid that does whatever he or she wants? Or perhaps a ghost that does whatever it wants, including shredding the gnar on a skateboard!
This cute artwork by BazNet features a ghost (or is it a kid wearing a white bedsheet?) with dark sunglasses riding a skateboard with the text "I Boo What I Want."
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Manpump by rocketman
This is the way ... to have fun on Halloween night in a galaxy far far away.
Indie artist rocketman mashed up the helmet of Din Djarin of The Mandalorian with an orange pumpkin. The result is a bounty hunter who accompanied The Child around the neighborhood collecting Halloween candies!
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The distressed artwork features the Mandalorian's helmet in bright orange with yellow drips and the text "Happy Halloween" in the horizontal eye slit. The top of the helmet transforms into the top of a pumpkin, complete with the peduncle or stem/stalk.
Eat Treats, Do Tricks by Hillary White
Who says that all Halloween shirts have to be black in color? Artist Hillary White chose green as the background of her "Eat Treats, Do Tricks" art (though black is a tee color that's available).
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The "Eat Treats, Do Tricks" features a skeleton holding and biting a Jack-O-Lantern pumpkin while bats fly overhead and the full Moon shines in the background. A hole on the side of the pumpkin lets out seeds and candies. The text "Eat Treat" is placed above the image and "Do Tricks" below it.
Is It Halloween Yet? by mommagorilla
It's the question every Halloween fan asks around this time of the year! Artist mommagorilla drew Eddie Munson of Stranger Things wearing a Michael Myers mask and his iconic "Hellfire Club" shirt, peeking around the corner at the trailer park. On the right-hand side, there's the text "Is It Hall-O-Ween Yet?"
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I Just Want to Eat Candy & Watch Horror Movies by Edu Ely
If wearing costumes and going trick-or-treating sounds like too much work, then you'd probably like this typographic art by Edu Ely. Line arts of a witch's hat, cleaver, bat, tombstone, Jack-o-lantern and candies surround the text "I Just Want to Eat Candy & Watch Horror Movies." Sounds great to us, too!
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Humm Pumpkin Spice by Tobe Fonseca
What exactly is pumpkin spice? Indie artist Tobe Fonseca humorously drew the answer: a robed Jack-O-Lantern pumpkin gently shaving the sole of his foot into a coffee cup. Now drink up!
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Oh, by the way, there's actually no pumpkin in pumpkin spice. That's just a blend of cinnamon, nutmeg, cloves, and ginger.
Halloween Fighter by trheewood
Indie artist trheewood turned Halloween into a fighting game with this "Halloween Fighter" T-shirt. Which character would you select, Player 1?
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Halloween Fighter features Jack Skellington and Oogie Boogie from Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas. Jack is holding a candy cane, whereas Oogie holds a pair of dice. On the bottom of the art, there are 24 additional characters from the stop-motion animation movie (including Dr. Finkelstein, the Mayor, Undersea Gal, and Harlequin Demon - how many can you name?)
Trickster or Treat by Boggs Nicolas
If there is a holiday that fits Loki, the trickster god and shapeshifter from Marvel's Thor series (and Norse mythology), then it's definitely Halloween!
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Artist Boggs Nicolas twisted the Halloween chant "trick or treat" into "Trickster or Treat" and featured a smiling Jack-O-Lantern wearing a crown and the Alligator Loki (real name: Loki Laufeyson - betcha didn't know that, did ya?) Laevateinn, Loki's dagger, and a smattering of candies complete the artwork.
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