Support My Work in Style

If you enjoy this blog, and it’s my sincere hope that you get a provoked thought or a hearty laugh from these virtual pages now and again, here’s your chance to support my work in style.

Here’s the first in what will be a new collection of tees featuring some of my best illustrations.

Today’s design is called “Deeper Dive”, featuring the illustration from my recent article “What the hell happened to…?

These unisex, high-quality ring-spun cotton tees are produced sweat-shop-free by the happy workers at Bella + Canvas, Los Angeles, and my design is printed on them by Print Geek, right here in Canada. Because of the extremely colorful illustration, I’m offering this special design on a white tee shirt only. There’s a size to suit every mood, from XS to XXXL.

My illustrations are constructed to complement the mood and meaning of the article it accompanies. I use an eclectic mix of online imagery (always bearing in mind “fair dealing” and using my artistry to modify and comment), Photoshop magic, and typography, to create composites that run the gamut from serviceable to inspired. Needless to say, but I will anyway, that the tees you’ll find here are from what I judge to be the “inspired” category.

Clicking on the link will take you to my sister merch site, Future Progressive.

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“Deeper Dive”: Premium graphic tee

» Purchase the tee on my sister site, Future Progressive.

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