Archived Tee - 2011-04-22Art curated by
About the artist
Tell us a bit about this design.
I wanted to create a simple but effective reference to one of my favorite childhood movies, Back to the Future. With the help of a flux capacitor, some plutonium, and a velocity of 88MPH, time travel is possible. Those things are also effective in evading Libyan terrorists.
Where are you from?
I'm from Alabama, where everyone but myself is a football fanatic.
What do you want TeeFury fans to know about you?
I run Shirtoid.com. I love t-shirts, and I love showcasing awesome artwork and artists. I'm a big movie geek. My first foray into computers and gaming was with a TI-99/4A. Does anyone remember those?
What do you absolutely not want them to find out?
That my t-shirt collection is larger than some women's shoe collections.
Name a few of your favorite things.
T-shirts, Macs, movies, photography, and Volkswagen Campmobiles.
What kind of art did you make as a kid?
I spent most of my youth drawing cars from books and magazines.
What is your favorite thing about Back to the Future?
Back to the Future II was my favorite part of the trilogy, because at the time, I thought it was amazing to see what cars of the future would look like. Oh, and don't forget that hoverboards should be available in about 4 years.
Designing shirts vs. blogging about shirts: which would win the battle?
Designing shirts. I can't blog about shirts if there aren't any artists out there designing them.
Describe your favorite shirt that you own, and why you like it so much.
Each one of my shirts has been my favorite at one point. Otherwise, I wouldn't have bought it.
Which is better, gaming, reading, or watching movies? Name your favorite title in your chosen medium.
Movies. It's difficult to pick a favorite, but Back to the Future ranks pretty high in my mind.
What inspires your work?
Movies, video games, humor
Any shout outs?
Some of my favorite artists are Jimiyo, WinterArtwork, Glenn Jones, RubyRed, robotrobotROBOT, D4N13L, Bamboota, and Seven Hundred.