'Forever' on Threadless...

Hello all again,

Here to bug you again with a plea to vote for me on! If you have a spare second, head over to threadless by clicking the image below and vote for my t-shirt ‘Forever’. I’ve entered it into the ‘New art, new ideas’ comp, which has some pretty neat prizes.


Ps. To those who voted for my ‘Moose-tache’ tee, thank you. I scored an average vote of 2.60/5. Not the best result, but hopefully its enough to get the attention of the threadless staff, and in turn, have them select it for print.

Help me friends! Moose-tache on Threadless...

Hello lovely people who are watching my work,…

If you cast your minds back to November last year, you might recall my tee ‘The Moose-tache’. It was a design i entered into the Mustache challenge in the T-shirt Revolution Group, and it ended up winning.

Well since i’ve had such a great response to it, i’ve decided to submit it to threadless in the hope of winning some cashola. If you got a kick out of the shirt, it’d be a great help if you could click the image below and give me a vote!

For those not aware of how threadless runs, my submission will be active for the next 7 days. Across those 7 days, people give it a vote of 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, or 5, and by the end of the 7 days, the threadless staff assess the best voted designs and produce the most popular. The winning designs get 2500 bux in c

Who governs the Governator?

Hello all,

I’ve got a type tee slogan up for voting on Threadless at the moment, reading: ‘Who governs the governator?’

I recently watched The Watchmen, i liked it.

If you like the slogan, give me a vote and it may just end up getting made into a tee! Follow this link: ":


Ps. I did a quick search on google to see if anyone else had used the slogan, and i couldn’t see anything.

The making of Fox Confessor.

For those interested, I’m going to run through the process of constructing my Fox Confessor design. It was a fun thing to make, it’s always good to step away from the computer once in a while!…

Step 1: Source photo

For this design, I used a photo that i found on the Wikimedia Commons. I knew I wanted to do a fox, so it made it a little easier to sort through the library of images. Eventually I found a great shot that I was happy to use.

After downloading the images, I used Photoshop to tweak the levels and up the contrast. The reason for this will be explained in a minute.

Step 2: Image preparation

Once I was done tweaking the image in Photoshop, it was time to bring it into Illustrator. Here I applied a live trace effect and adjusted the settings to limit the effect to 3 colours only, w

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