maxtar asked: Wassup, what's you stance on people getting tattoos of your work?
I would prefer that people get their tattoo artist to design something rad for them, but if someone really wanted to get something I’ve drawn tattooed, that’d be pretty awesome, and I’d be stoked. Hit me up with a photo!
11:58 am • 16 April 2014 • 1 note
@artofbrianluong ‘s and my mega-brotherly collaboration that took place a couple years ago is being released as a preorder today (with a discount to boot) from Twin Serpents. Available on both tees and tanks. Head on over to twinserpents.com and pick it up if you dig.
10:31 am • 16 April 2014
Risograph prints from Fifty24PDX’s Sriracha-themed show are now up in the store.
12:23 am • 22 March 2014 • 5 notes
The amulet shirts from @teamxcotton are real life now! Fresh from the printers. Cop one from teamcotton.bigcartel.com if you dig.
2:18 pm • 17 March 2014
#flashbackfriday regram from @teamxcotton . That time I was wrangled to make the crest design/logo for Four Year Strong. I was so stoked to see this everywhere. Still run into it in the wild sometimes. Thanks for the good times, @teamxcotton ! #fbf
12:22 pm • 7 March 2014 • 3 notes
Don’t forget to check out the BRAND NEW collab design from ByTheDozen and Kevin Luong on the TEAM COTTON WEBSTORE.
*use the code INTHEKNOW for free shipping!
Now with free shipping!
9:46 am • 7 March 2014 • 5 notes
COMING MONDAY 3/03
BYTHEDOZEN x KEVIN LUONG
12th Level of Protection Amulet T-Shirt on Black
BYTHEDOZEN is very happy to release this collaboration with CA-based Illustrator, Kitty-Sutra creator and all-around good dude, Kevin Luong. (Yes, Kitty-Sutra.) Kevin expresses his creativity using an amazing array of black line, shading and stippling techniques. You can check out his STORE and TUMBLR for more fun.
An amulet (Latin amuletum) can be any object but its most important characteristic is its alleged power to protect its owner from danger or harm.
The word "amulet" comes from the Latin amuletum; the earliest extant use of the term is in Pliny’s Natural History, meaning “an object that protects a person from trouble”
T-Shirt is Next Level 3600 Premium fitted short sleeve crewneck with tearaway tag - Imprinted in the USA
This comes out tomorrow (Monday).
10:25 pm • 2 March 2014 • 4 notes