This design features candy-coated people in front of a candy laden background.
Some bad kids up to no good party way too hard at the local playground– and pay for it.
Sometimes I get hired to draw the strangest things! Here we have a terrifying cheerleader clown with medusa heads as pom-poms for an apparel brand called D&A Power. I thought it would be funny to give her a little chimp side-kick football player, which later evolved into an Ape male cheerleader in a second version of the shirt. Set up for silk-screen.
This t-shirt design is going to be HUGE!
Nothing can stop The Drumpf – not even death!
Make your wardrobe GREAT AGAIN with this killer Trump tribute (Trumpute?) and be the coolest kid at your next rally! If you are sued while wearing this shirt, Donald will pay your legal fees.
This zombified billionaire was illustrated in Clip Studio Paint and silk-screened in 6 glorious colors that will make you win every time.
This t-shirt design is going to be HUGE!
Nothing can stop Trump – not even death!
Make your wardrobe GREAT AGAIN with this killer Trump tribute and be the coolest kid at your next rally!
You can purchase it here:
Here is another T-Shirt I designed in a series of marijuana strain related illustrations – this one celebrates Grand Daddy Purps, by illustrating him as a purple magical old man wearing suspenders. Drawn in Manga Studio, and separated for limited color silk-screen using halftones.
Lochness Monster – Justin Shaner
Silk-screen poster illustration of a happy Loch Ness Monster I created for the band Lochness Monster. I had a blast working on this. The band gave me a ton of freedom on this design, and I came up with the idea of having the Loch Ness Monster looking friendly, with a severed arm dangling from its mouth, and the collected trophy/cameras of tourists hung around his neck. He’s an elusive fella! The design was set up for silk-screening using around 5 colors, created primarily for promotional posters and apparel for the band.
They look awesome!! Thanks, really great job on this!!
-Justin Shaner, Lochness Monster
Philip Cerreta, Lights Camera Triva
Book cover illustration of a zombie usher enjoying a fresh box of buttered brains in a movie theater I illustrated for Phillip Cerreta’s new movie trivia book, “The Monster Book of Movie Monster Trivia.” The client came to me with the idea of having a zombie in a theater enjoying a box of brains as if it were popcorn, and I thought it would be funny to dress him up in a tattered usher’s uniform. I love finding new ways to draw zombies!
My Dumb and Dumber Zombie tribute shirt has been chosen to be featured as a Silk-Screen print for the first time on TeeFury.com!
Guaranteed to be better than the movie!
Only 17 bucks – hope you pick one up if you like this design, thanks!
This is a detailed series of illustrations I created for a children’s book teaching kids about construction. Each double-page spread was packed with animal characters, vehicles, tools, and activities. The book challenges kids to hunt out objects and solve problems within the illustration, so I had to draw everything in a way that certain elements were intentionally hard to find. I had a lot of fun with this, because I had a lot of freedom to design the characters and draw them in my style.
….turned out great! Awesome job!
Animal Kingdom Construction Co.
This illustration was for a private commission for a fan’s husband (I believe as an anniversary present). She needed a large illustration to fit on two facing panels in a hallway, and wanted it to be fun and creepy at the same time. We came up with this idea of drawing a giant killer bee wielding a chainsaw in a ruined city as bystanders flee in fear. I chose colors that would compliment the existing scheme in their home. She was thrilled with how it turned out. I printed them out on two large 36 inch square panels. I’m thinking about making stickers of the chainsaw-bee.
We just got them in the mail yesterday and they look FANTASTIC! I can’t wait to get them in a frame!
Parts of this illustration are available for licensing here:
This is a fun illustration I created of a tiki man riding a dirtbike for the brand Accidental Broadcast. The brand centers around a popular Youtube personality, Kalani Prince, who films the island of Hawaii from the back of his dirtbike.
Kalani gave me a lot of freedom with the design. Since this was the brand’s first design, I thought it would be a good idea to introduce his personality as this Tiki character, with an attractive hula girl hanging tight.
I also designed the a logo to match the design for his brand.
Zombie label illustrations I created for Vaping Sisters’ new line of eJuice flavors. The client gave me the names of the eight flavors, and I had to design and illustrate a different character for each. The labels themselves are only about 2.5 inches tall, so I had to design the characters with a lot of contrast and bright colors so they could be legible at such a small size. The flavors are sold online and in their shop.
T-Shirt parody illustration I created of Kermit and Ms. Piggy hitting hard times, entitled “Pig Pimpin.” This was an illustration I created sometime ago, and I always loved the idea, but the execution was kind of flat. I decided to redraw it, and I’m really glad I did.
Also available as an all-over print T-Shirt from Rage On
T-Shirt illustration I created for my friends at Fit-Out Apparel of a zombie nerd wearing suspenders and learning how to “Get Brain.” I experimented a little with a new style for this piece, and I’m really happy with how it turned out. This design was set up for silk screen, with around 5 colors.
Custom mascot character design I created of a friendly marijuana seed for a lifestyle brand in Australia. Designed for T-Shirts, stickers, and other products. This character is named Seedy, and he’s a pretty cool guy once you get to know him. Just don’t ever lend him money.
Hard Ride Saloon
Custom T-Shirt illustration of a zombie roughneck driving an oil rig through the Bakken oil fields. I took a different direction with this T-Shirt design, and tried to go for a more comical, line-art driven design. This is one of my favorites so far for the brand – I love the bright colors.
Set up for silk-screening, 4 colors.
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