Seinfeld t-shirt Gallery
The Seinfeld TV show, which aired for nine seasons, is considered by many to be a landmark in popular culture. Created by Larry David and comedian Jerry Seinfeld, the show "about nothing" focuses on the minutiae of daily life, such as going out for dinner, waiting in line at the movies, and buying a suit. Here, we celebrate the "third best sitcom ever" with a gallery of the most sought after Seinfeld t-shirts available. The collection includes the popular Seinfeld Kramer t-shirt, Festivus tees, Kramerica Industries shirts and the Newman Seinfeld t-shirt. Also, browse designs that include Seinfeld quotes like "yada, yada, yada."
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Jerk Store Seinfeld t-shirt
The front of this Seinfeld tee features the George Costanza Seinfeld quote, "The jerk store called. They're running out of you!" The memorable quote can be heard in the episode "The Comeback" from the eighth season. In that particular Seinfeld episode, George suffers from l'esprit de l'escalier (stairway wit), which is a phrase used to describe a riposte to an insult, or any witty, clever remark that comes to mind too late to be useful - when one is on the "staircase" leaving the scene.
Seinfeld Kramerica Industries t-shirt
This attractive Seinfeld Kramerica t-shirt displays a logo for Kramerica Industries on the front, along with the tagline, "It's business as usual at Kramerica." The back of the tee lists some of Cosmo Kramer's inventions, including "The Bro 'Manssiere' a bra for chesty men," a "coffee-table book about coffee tables," "the apartment door screen door," "the Make-Your-Own-Pizza parlor," and others. Tell your friends you were an intern at Kramerica Industries.
No Soup For You T-Shirt
This humorous design displays the Soup Nazi's quote made out of floating alphabet soup. Wear it to your favorite soup stand, just don't get upset like George Costanza does when he doesn't get his free bread. Also, be sure to follow the rules or you could end up banned like Elaine. This Seinfeld No Soup For You shirt celebrates the legendary episode that has become a fan favorite.
A Festivus for the Rest of Us t-shirt
Festivus is an annual holiday made popular in the Seinfeld episode "The Strike." George's father, Frank, tells Kramer, "Many Christmases ago, I went to buy a doll for my son. I reached for the last one they had, but so did another man. As I rained blows upon him, I realized there had to be another way." Curious, Kramer asks what happened to the doll. Frank replies, "It was destroyed. But out of that a new holiday was born: a Festivus for the rest of us!"
Seinfeld Logo tee
The front of this Seinfeld t-shirt displays the logo for the Seinfeld television show. The recognizable logo provides the perfect way for you to express your love for the legendary TV series. The show "about nothing" never aimed to teach its audience a lesson. Instead, Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer offered us moral ambiguity and loads of fun. When someone asks you what the logo means, tell them it means nothing. Wear it under your Kramer Lobster top.
Seinfeld Vandelay Industries t-shirts
The design is also available on a Women's Vandelay Industries t-shirt. Vandelay Industries is a fictitious latex company that George Costanza creates from the pseudonym Art Vandelay. Assigning Jerry's phone number to the company, George uses the Vandelay Industries company name to convince the local unemployment agency that he is looking for work. This way he will still be able to obtain unemployment checks. The bestselling Vandelay Industries Seinfeld t-shirts on the left advertise the worldwide leader in latex.
Look to the Cookie
The black and white cookie can teach us all a thing or two, as Jerry reminds Elaine. If we could all just look to the cookie, it would lead to a world filled with harmony. Pair it with a Seinfeld Kramer t-shirt or get a whole batch so that you can remind your friends to look to the cookie. After all, it demonstrates two races of flavor, the vanilla and the chocolate, living side by side. Order it with a Seinfeld Soup Nazi t-shirt.
Newman first appeared in the third season of the Seinfeld TV show. He is a postal worker who is Jerry's portly neighbor and nemesis from Apartment 5E. This Seinfeld Newman t-shirt displays Jerry's "Hello, Newman" greeting on the front, to which Newman usually responded, "Hello, Jerry." Their humorous contempt for one another often results in Newman plotting against Jerry. Pay tribute to everyone's favorite mailman.
Seinfeld Little Jerry t-shirt
Little Jerry appears in the eighth season of the Seinfeld TV series. Kramer sets out to buy a hen for eggs, but mistakenly returns home with a rooster that he names "Little Jerry Seinfeld." After watching his rooster fight off a dog, Kramer decides to enter Little Jerry in a cockfight. Kramer and the real Jerry train the rooster, and it wins the fight. The front of this Little Jerry Seinfeld t-shirt features a silhouette of the rooster wearing a pair of boxing gloves, ready to fight. This tee is a great way to show that you're in Little Jerry's corner.
Seinfeld Soup Nazi "No Soup for You!"
The Seinfeld Soup Nazi is one of the most memorable characters to ever appear on the Seinfeld TV show. The Soup Nazi is famous for the over-regimentation he constantly demands of his patrons. During "The Soup Nazi" Seinfeld episode, George complains that he did not receive bread with his soup. The Soup Nazi replies, "No soup for you!"
I Pole Festivus shirts
This Seinfeld I Pole Festivus t-shirt is a great way to show your adoration for the holiday that is held two days before the more familiar commercialized holiday known as Christmas. Where one features a tree, tinsel and a wish list, the other features a pole, no distracting decorations and an airing of grievances. Whether you choose to celebrate both or just the more logical one, this I Pole Festivus design is a fitting choice.
George Costanza Human Fund tee
The design on these Seinfeld t-shirts advertises that a donation has been made in your name to "The Human Fund," George Costanza's fake charity. George makes up the charity as a way to get out of having to spend money on Christmas gifts. He gives his co-worker a card stating that a donation had been made in their name to a charity called "The Human Fund." An employee then gives George a company check for $20,000 for The Human Fund.
Hennigan's Scotch - No Smell, No Tell
This design is based on Kramer's Seinfeld quote about the fictional Hennigan's Scotch, "Say you got a big job interview, and you're a little nervous. Well, throw back a couple of shots of Hennigan's and you'll be as loose as a goose and ready to roll in no time. And because it's odorless, why, it'll be our little secret. That's Hennigan's, no smell, no tell brand scotch." Wear this Hennigan's Seinfeld shirt to show your support for the scotch that never gives itself away. From the third season's "Red Dot" episode.
Kramerica Seinfeld t-shirt
These Kramerica Seinfeld tees celebrate Cosmo Kramer's company and its American roots. The patriotic red, white, and blue Kramerica Industries logo proudly salutes Kramer's innovative ideas, including the pizza parlor where customers make their own pizza and the condiment dispenser that puts ketchup and mustard in the same bottle. Give it as a gift with a "No Soup for You!" Seinfeld Soup Nazi t-shirt or a Vandelay Industries tee.
These Pretzels are Making Me Thirsty!
After Kramer gets a part in a Woody Allen movie, the gang wants to known what his line is. "These pretzels are making me thirsty," he tells them. Immediately, starting with Elaine, they each repeat the line in the way that they think he should deliver it in the movie. He disagrees with all of their suggestions, telling Jerry, "You don't know how to act." Suddenly, George offers his take on the line that is displayed on the front of this These Pretzels are Making Me Thirsty t-shirt.
Seinfeld Spectacular t-shirt
Jerry's girlfriend Sidra (Teri Hatcher) delivers this classic Seinfeld quote during one of the most memorable episodes of the Seinfeld television series. During the episode, Jerry grows concerned that Sidra has implants. He recruits Elaine to investigate the matter by "accidentally" touching Sidra's chest in the sauna. Sidra eventually realizes that Jerry is responsible, and as she storms out of his apartment she delivers the quote on this Seinfeld t-shirt, "They're real and they're spectacular."
The Kramer tee
The front of this tee displays a portrait of Jerry Seinfeld's neighbor, Cosmo Kramer. The framed image features the loathsome offensive brute in a grey suit jacket. Who can forget Kramer's pompadour hairstyle, vintage clothing and his sliding bursts through Jerry's apartment door? Available in white or black, these Seinfeld Kramer t-shirts are a must have for fans.
Kramer Lobster shirt
Wear your Kramer Lobster button-up the next time you're watching your favorite Seinfeld episodes. Cosmo Kramer is often seen wearing the cool lobster design on the show. Wear it as part of a Kramer costume. Just don't take Elaine to the party or she might end up uttering the embarrassing dingo quote. The quote refers to the real-life story of an Australian woman accused of murdering her infant daughter. The woman claimed that dingoes ate her baby. Pair this item with a Seinfeld Newman t-shirt.
Yada Yada Yada
One of the most repeated quotes from the Seinfeld TV show comes from the episode titled "The Yada Yada," which aired during the eighth season of the television series. In that episode, George Costanza's girlfriend is big on using the phrase, "yada yada yada." George grows curious as to what details she may be leaving out when she uses the phrase. He questions her, and he discovers more than he wants to know. This Yada t-shirt displays the quote.
Happy Festivus t-shirt
As the holidays quickly near, there's no better time to spread a little festive cheer. Don't get wrapped up in tinsel, lights and ribbon from hell, just grab a Happy Festivus t-shirt to wish everyone well. If they look at you confused and ask, "What's it about?" Tell them it's a day of airing, sharing and letting your grievances out. Inform them that Festivus is like Christmas without the commercialized cheer, there's no Santa, no tree and no ridiculous reindeer.