Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Thursday, April 21, 2011
Friday, April 15, 2011
Thursday, April 7, 2011
AVAILABLE FOR PREORDER AT THE BEASTWRECK SHOP!
This bright design is based on a recently discovered rare Japanese print which is rumored to have contributed to Toru Iwatani's inspiration for the genesis of Pac-Man! It was a commonly-held misconception that a simple pizza (missing a slice) was the true inspiration for the celebrated arcade classic, but that's clearly a bunch of bologna! It was a print that had been in his family for generations, but had been lost in a warehouse shortly after his tragic suicide.
8-color design screenprinted on black Tultex #0202. 1-color BeastWreck logo printed on back.
Weight: 4.50 oz. 100% Ring Spun Cotton 30/1's fine knit jersey. Tubular construction. Ribbed crew taped neck and shoulders with double needle sleeves and bottom hem. Tear-Away tag.
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
BEASTWRECK IS LIVE! The BeastWreck store is now open for business and accepting preorders! Whoooeee! Spread the word, tell your friends, pester your relations and suggest BeastWreck to EVERYBODY! All preorders get free goodies!
I'm sharing pictures of the GRRRILLA 4-color design, which is featured on men's and women's black shirts. Order yours now, and spread the word!
Tuesday, April 5, 2011
Spotlighting the second design up for sale at the BEASTWRECK shop: "KROOL-AID"!
"Oh Yeah?" "Hell No!!" What kind of friendly sugary kids' beverage mascot busts through houses just to quench kids' thirst?! This evil twin of a popular mascot just likes busting through houses -- I don't think he cares much about delivering beverages -- just beatings!
3-color design screenprinted on red Tultex #0202. 1-color BeastWreck logo printed on back.
Saturday, April 2, 2011
Hi, folks! If you're reading this, chances are, you've followed some link I've provided, either on my BeastPop blog or my facebook page. This represents the first post of BeastPop's brand name enterprise, and I look forward to putting out a whole lot of cool shirt designs for you folks to buy and wear, as well as stickers, buttons, prints, and much more.
"Why did you not just stick with BeastPop?" I can hear some of you asking. Well, BeastPop had become my sort of artist's pen-name and serves as a catch-all for all of my art-dealings, from personal projects to commissioned work for clients. I wanted something similar yet new that would stand alone and serve as our new brand name. If it's got the BeastWreck! label on it, it's something I've produced and am selling on my own site. Anything on the BeastPop site will be created by me, yet not necessarily created FOR me or available from me. Got it?
To go along with my first BeastWreck! post, I thought I'd include some of the rough logo sketches and concepts I was tossing around to help me settle on my eventual decision. I thank all of you who contributed feedback regarding possible names and logo treatments.