The last time we got to have this little get together, it was a month ago, and we were showing off a scary Halloween-themed shirt. Well, this month we’re showing off ANOTHER scary Halloween-themed shirt, as well as a shirt Zelda fans will probably find entertaining.
An expanded “brief recap”: Mr. J. Rose, resident staff artist and all-around nice guy, was offered the option to print a shirt through Tee Fury. We advertised it. He then won a contest through Shirt.Woot. We advertised that one too. These shirts were, well, just art shirts; pretty pictures on t-shirts that our in-house artist made that we decided to promote for his benefit. So then he got a shirt published that was gaming-themed, specifically Mario fighting Bowser, done in Baroque art style, and yes, we advertised THAT one too. Then he sold a shirt that Lucard described as “something that looks like an ICP fan would like it”. Advertising occurred. Following that, he sold a shirt with robot dinosaurs on it, and yes, it, too, was pimped. Next, he was given an Editor’s Choice award through Shirt.Woot for a steampunk shirt he created, and we pimped that bad boy. Next, he got a print through Ript Apparel which was available for one day, and he took the opportunity to make some Lovecraftian artwork to celebrate. It received maximum pimpage. Finally, when last we discussed Mr. Rose’s endeavors, we highlighted a creepy evil scarecrow design he’d created, again for Woot, and we shilled it.
You can’t buy any of these shirts, of course, because that’s not how these companies work, but we have two shirts you can buy. First up is “I Like Candy” for you scary artwork lovers out there:
Just in time for Halloween! If you express ship it, maybe. You can order it here.
Next up we have a design that ultimately didn’t go anywhere at Shirt.Woot but still managed to see a print at GoodJoe shirts. This is design is likely to tickle the fancy of some Zelda fans, as well as the nature lovers among us. It’s called “Wise Old Master”:
I have no idea how long this will be available, but if you want it and don’t mind spending a little more than the Woot shirts cost, you can buy one here.
I also want to mention that there was another shirt that won Woot’s Halloween contest, “We Carves People”, you might want to check out. It’s done by one of Mr. Rose’s friends, BootsBoots (I have no idea), and she’s another awesome artist who doesn’t often see a win, so check it out.
Oh, and feel free to check out our other shirts for sale and comment on them here. We’re open to suggestions.