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T-Shirt Tuesday – T-Rex Edition

A bit of a change of pace after the parade of guitars the past few weeks. Here’s a sequel to my old Struttin’ T-Rex shirt:

Struttin 2.0 Shirt

And you can find it in my RedBubble store .

Cheers.


Continuing with the electric guitar theme:

And you can buy this and other shirts in my .


You have seen my 604 skull shirts. They started life as a tattoo design until my buddy Scott suggested putting the art on shirts. Since then quite a few Vancouverites have bought one of these:

Then my brother and I were chatting one night and he suggested doing shirts for people in the Maritimes (AKA, where I was born and raised). Here they are:

You can find ‘em here in my .


T-Shirt Thursday, Round 25

Continuing with last week’s pin-up girl theme:

This and the shirts from round 24, of course, tie in with my upcoming Hot Pink art show.

And you can find this one here in my RedBubble store .


Yes, we took a week off from T-Shirt Thursday last week. We were in dire need of rest.

(Okay, we just forgot, actually. Also, we were drinking. Don’t judge us.)

Anyway, this week we’re back on track with a shirt for everybody who loves Twitter and Instagram hashtags:

#shirt_shirt

And you can buy it right here, in our .

Also, we’ll be back with more next week, and we’ll stop referring to ourselves in the royal we.


Another Christmas-themed shirt this week, to tie in with our Metalflake Christmas art event:

Rudolph_Shirt

And you can buy it right here in my RedBubble store .


With Christmas almost upon us and the Metalflake Christmas event underway, it just seemed right to release Christmas-penguin shirts this week:

Penguin_Shirt_W Penguin_Shirt_K

You can find them here with .

Any thoughts on a name for the little guy?


Dedicated to the people who know exactly what I mean:

And you can buy it right here in my .


Another seasonal shirt for everybody:

Available, of course, in my .


In keeping with the spirit of the season, here’s a new Santa shirt for you (or y’know, you could always give it to somebody else as a present, too):

And as always, it’s in my .


Something for the classic car buff in your life:

In my .


Been thinking about pin-up girls a lot lately, possibly because my next show will be focused on that very theme. Or possibly because I’m fortunate enough to know a lot of beautiful women. Who could say?

At any rate, all this thinking reminded me of my book, Hey Ladies . And I realized that a lot of the pieces in that book would make great t-shirts. Case in point:

This is, of course, for sale in my RedBubble store .


So I was drinking with friends last weekend, and the subject of the dinosaur art show came up. Next thing we knew…

As always, you can find this in .


Happy Customers

Not much to say today. I prefer to let these pics speak for themselves:

All these shirts and more here , of course.


Brought to You by the Numbers 14 and 998, and the Word “Dinosaur”.

So. There are some significant numbers happening in my life today. First off, the Dino Show is just 14 days away. I’m surprisingly calm, considering.

There’ll be paintings as small as 3×4 inches and as large as 20×20. I’ll also be selling T-Rex posters and I’ll be taking orders for the new calendar, and any dinosaur shirts people might want. All that merchandise is available here in my RedBubble store .

There are other developments, but I’m sworn to secrecy. A hint, though: buttons . That pink shirt you see in the background is highly significant, too.

Here’s a look at some of what I’ve been doing:

And getting back to the subject of numbers, today is Day 998 of the 1000 Days Project . Monday will be the final day. I haven’t figured out what to do to commemorate the occasion, but I’m open to suggestions if you’ve got ‘em.

I’m taking Tuesday off from drawing and painting, and then it’ll be back to business as usual, getting everything ready for the show. Expect a full report on the Project soon, though. There’s lots to talk about; it was an amazing experience all around. It did wonders for my creativity. I’d almost consider writing a book about it.

Bret Taylor
Vancouver, BC
September 29, 2012


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