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New Grindhouse tshirt – Wray’s wreckage

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If you are a fan of the Grindhouse films, Deathproof and Planet terror then I am sure you will know who El Wray is. If you don’t then, shame on you! Get yourself a copy of each and prepare for … Continue reading

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Kill Bill, a new tshirt and free stuff…

A couple of posts ago I asked people to give me their ideas for a new Typography poster. The deal was that if your idea was chosen and made into a poster, you would receive a free print of the … Continue reading

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A tshirt design, work in progress – Aces & eights

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If you, like me love the series Deadwood then I’m sure you will appreciate this design.  Aces and eight was the poker hand that wild Bill Hickock was holding when he was shot in the back by “Broken Nose” Jack … Continue reading

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What do you get if you mix typography, movies, music and grunge?

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Those of you who know anything about me will know that I love movies and music, I am partial to a nice bit of grunge in my artwork and at the moment am falling head over heals for typography. Mix … Continue reading

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Come a little closer… Don’t be shy

A large amount of my time is spent on illustrations at the moment but all this pen tool malarky is pretty new to me. I started out as a photographer and am looking forward to spring arriving so that I … Continue reading

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More Typography inspiration than you can shake an angry hedgehog at!

So, I’ve shown you some of my Typography designs (more of those to come in the future…) and I’ve spoiled you rotten with some funky Typography tutorials, now it’s time to show you what can be achieved if you plug … Continue reading

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Tantalizing typography tutorials

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I am quickly becoming obsessed with typography. I have always agonised over which fonts to use in my designs but now that I have made a couple of typography tshirts I am finding myself drawn into a wierd and wonderful … Continue reading