Articles from January 2010
Skulls never go out of style no matter what popular demand says. This piece by Hydro 74 is hand drawn, raw and about as straight forward as it comes.
Each shirt is printed with waterbased discharge inks on a aoffee American Apparel Tri-Blend t-shirt. Available in Mens or Womens styles.
Grab one at http://www.merchline.com/hydro74
Joe Boccia is a visual artist from the St. Petersburg area of west central Florida. Digital illustration and motion graphic design are just a couple of accolades Joe is involved in. When down time presents itself joe likes to draw, paint, watch violent movies, listen to metal, read sci-fi, and hang with his kitty named Jinx. When working Joe loves to draw skulls that he knows wont be approved by his corporate employer. Savy?
Check out Joe Boccia’s website at http://www.arkkive440.com.
Cryface Design is the brainchild of artist Stephen Bunnell. Hailing from Jacksonville FL, Cryface was influenced at an early age by comics, cartoons, slasher films, heavy metal and the need to escape the every day grind that most people find themselves in. Over the years he has developed his own style of colorful illustration that has found a home in the music and apparel industry. Cryface has designed custom merch for such bands and apparel companies as We are the Ocean, Winds of Plague, Suck Clothing, Return from Exile, Veil of Maya, Disillusion Apparel, IAMGOD, and I Came from Nothing Clothing. Whether it is a shirt design, gig poster, album artwork or your little sisters birthday invitations, Cryface will draw it for you.
Check out Cryface Design’s website at: http://www.cryfacedesign.com
Chris O’Donnell has just released his new t-shirt line for 2010 through Shirts and Destroy.
Shirts&Destroy do an amazing job with their shirts, printing on 100% Organic cotton premium shirts with discharge inks for that extra soft feel. I’ve bought several, and they are steady favorites in my shirt arsenal.
Buy a couple now at http://shirtsanddestroy.com
Brian Ewing is clearing out a whole slew of his original inked artwork that he has done for various projects over the years.
As he puts it: “I rarely sell my originals and don’t have time to do commissions. So here’s a chance to get yer mitts on a piece of original art. It took a lot to let go of them. They’re like my babies so love ‘em like there’s no tomorrow.”
Prices range from $20 up to $1000+. A lot of it has already been snatched up, so head over and check out a really rare chance to own an original piece of art from Brian Ewing. Brian Ewing Webstore
“Ben Brown is a lawyer and investment banker from Sydney’s northern beaches.
With a keen interest in the exploitation of the socially disadvantaged and vulnerable, Ben was led to an interest in the occult and church of satan – where his sketches of idealized skulls and devils put him on a collision course with fame and even more fortune.
Brown’s major motivation is the accumulation of obscene wealth and personal aggrandizement, but he still finds time to pump out the sort of visual propaganda that turns emotionally susceptible individuals to satanic worship and heavy metal music.”
Check out Ben Brown’s website at: http://www.benbrown.com.au
Brian Ewing and Crankbunny have teamed up to create this amazing Valentine’s day card.
INFO: *Presale* Starts shipping Jan 20th!
As part of the Crankbunny artist series – this pop up Valentine scratch off card reveals a secret customizable message. It is a collaboration with poster artist Brian Ewing. Brian Ewing is a well known rock poster artist and illustrator.
Personalized it with your own message or with the message options below. The message is hidden underneath the golden magical scratch off layer inside the card.
message a – my love is true be mine
message b – my heart belongs to you
message c – i’ve got a heart on for you
message d – happy valentines day!
message e – happy anniversary!
Message “Custom” – Any personalized message up to 25 letters! No exceptions. Please enter your message as a note through paypal or contact the shop directly.
This greeting card is 5″ by 7″(A7) & has a matching black onyx envelope.
Order yours now at crankbunny.com