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.
Graffiti HeraldryCelebrating the history and urban street movement of the UK.
My entry for the London Calling challenge, finally placed 5th. Thanks to everyone who voted and supported it. ;)
distressed, graffiti, hearaldy, shield, splatter, spray can, texture, urban, vintage
I’m a t-shirt designing robot. I specialise in pop culture/movie parody, paying particular attention to movies from the 1980s, my era when everything seemed much bigger and brighter – but maybe I was just smaller and wider eyed!
This is one awesome tee! Love the details in the description too …
Cheers Nat, I’m enjoying letting people see a bit of my process.
i love the little progression slide. i always thought you were a vector artist. damn fine linework my friend! lol great design as well x3.
Thanks very much bah. I’m much happier with a pen in my hand rather than a mouse, but I like to mix the two.
Your work is not only creative, rubyred – it always (well, almost always) holds a strong message of some kind that is embedded in every component of each piece.Furthermore, you hand-design them!You’re a very talented designer – keep up the amazing work, mate!
Such a nice comment ElRobbo and much appreciated. Glad you like my stuff!
love seeing the process of your work, and this is a fine tee!
Great T- Love the process show- Keep up the good work peeps x
Thanks for taking a look Anita ;)
I want to be more elaborate in showing how much I like (all) your design(s), but all I can come up with is DAMN!….so cool!
Cheers buddy. Damn, I’m pleased you like it!
Some seriously good grunging here.
so do you red-draw your lines in the puter or just colour digitaly?
what sort of paper do you use?
Hey Dave, I draw up the design with ink on cartridge paper, scan it in then colour up in Photoshop. I create some texture with a toothbrush and ink and scan that too. This design has 18 different layers in PS. I don’t redraw the lines, as I like the look of real lines. Make much sense?
wow…Great T!!…loved to see the process to get you to this : )
thanks for sharing your process, this is again a really great design. what program do you use to colour your design?
Thanks Miriam. I use Photoshop to put the design together, using a bit of handmade texture scanned in.