Archived Tee - 2011-07-17
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Tell us a bit about this design.
Idea is based on the extinct (or soon to be) species gallery in the Paris museum of natural history where you can see a quite sad sample line-up of those already gone and those who might be soon, and since we're stupid enough to destroy ourselves without any exterior help, I added the silhouettes (the pioneer plaque ones) in advance… ;^)
Where are you from?
France…but grew up in different places…
What do you want TeeFury fans to know about you?
Well I'm a freelance designer hooked on designing fun stuff when not on duty, seeing and learning from all the great designers around and quite happy when I get a print, fo sho!
They can follow my stuff here http://lamaisonbrule.blogspot.com/ or check me out on facebook or flickr or not at all.
What do you absolutely not want them to find out?
Name a few of your favorite things.
Not really into things, can't afford them… unless the shirt sells through the roof and I'll tell you ASAP…
What kind of art did you make as a kid?
Not much, I was too busy playing, riding my bike/skate or whatever I was up to at the moment…
What is your favorite thing about the outdoors?
What? Uhh… maybe the fresh air and the higher probability of a close encounter of the third kind, (first or second encounters would be fine too…).
Unicorn vs. dinosaur: which would win the battle?
The dino would likely win by default since the Unicorn would be to busy with his rainbow make-up thing and would miss the deadline…
Describe your favorite shirt that you own, and why you like it so much.
That' s a tough choice. But there is a very simple anthracite shirt I bought years ago at the NY Guggenheim with a minimal one color design representing the "spiral" ramp that I like a lot. But there are many other more illo. style shirts that I like.
Which is better, gaming, reading, or watching movies? Name your favorite title in your chosen medium.
None or reading AND movies AND music AND… but let's say Holy grail cause that is definitely my kind of thinking… and I won't bore U with my book tastes will I…
What inspires your work?
Everything, I try to keep my eyes and ears open, the brainy thing does the rest I guess.
Any shout outs?
Hi to all my pals in the building!