Welcome to revolution corner, or ‘The only spot on the interlink to buy one-off die-cut stickers’. Individual slices of personality, totally unique and 400% awesome. A splendid way to collect t-shirt designs when your wardrobe is full.
*Not actually crazy, actually true.
Printed to fit best inside a 3” x 4” window, including 3mm white padding around the edge.
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Matthew Dunn is a Melbourne-based artist who constantly bounces between the realms of comics, exhibitions, design, and more. You can see more of his work at www.matthewdunnart.com
wow! makes a great tee.
Great image – Leroy looks great on the yellow and what else always surprise me is how big the figures always look on the shirts – I always imagine the print area so small yet Leroy is always so big – could be the poses I guess. Great job matt – love it.
Thanks mate. He looks like he’s had to lower his head in order to squeeze more of himself into the available space :-)
hmmm I suppose avaliable space puts limits on the hammer size. Give Leroy a Sledge and he’ll have to take up contortion just to squeeze in. :).
Or a jackhammer :-)
Who’d have thought a guy with a hammer could look so ominous? I dig his jacket :)
internal monologue: “I’ve never really stopped to think about how the hammer feels about all this.. Am I doing a good job, hammer? Are you pleased to be taking part in my little adventures? Yes? oh good… I was starting to think I was going a little crazy.”
Such a great character – nice moody artwork
Thanks a lot zomboy!
You designs are sick. Keep up the great work.
Thanks a lot Poncho :-)