Tag Archives: typography

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Skywalker’s Blue Milk

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A new design from me roughly based on a famous brand of whiskey. Luke can be seen drinking Blue milk in Episode IV of the original Star Wars trilogy and it appears numerous times in the expanded universe. Blue milk … Continue reading

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The Stormtrooper and the spy

If you are a Star wars fan and let’s face it, who isn’t, you will probably get a kick out of these 2 new tees from Purple Cactus “Trooper” “Rebel alliance” If you want to get your hands on one … Continue reading

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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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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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Holy priceless collection of Etruscan snoods Batman! It’s a new collection of t-shirts from Purple Cactus…

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I grew up watching re-runs of Adam west and Burt Ward, battling the evil deeds of the Joker, Penguin, the Riddler and Catwoman. The tongue in cheek parodies were lost on me as a boy. I just thought that they … Continue reading

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Put it on, plug yourself in and pray to the god of music…

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The final installment in the Purple Cactus ‘I love music’ tshirt series is here and I think that it is the best of the bunch. Apart from using complimentary colours to increase the impact, this design takes the head to … Continue reading