Archived Tee - 2012-08-05
The Beast of Caerbannog
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Tell us a bit about this design.
It is a tribute to one of the most deadly creatures in film history, The Rabbit of Caerbannog. The image shows the entrance to his lair, where they were stacked the skulls of the knights, stuck in my childhood memory. Since then, Easter has become a dangerous holiday.
Where are you from?
I live next to the world's most beautiful beaches, Ceará – Brazil.
What do you want TeeFury fans to know about you?
That I am a guy who is constantly trying to produce and improve, either as a designer, illustrator, musician or human being.
What do you absolutely not want them to find out?
That everything i said in the previous question, is probably a lie.
Name a few of your favorite things.
A good movie, a good TV show, a good book, a good game, a good amount of money, dulce de leche and sleep embraced.
What kind of art did you make as a kid?
When I was a skinny kid, I loved super heroes, monsters and I liked horror movies. I used to draw my friends as a team and my teachers as villains. I used to fill my books with drawings during class.
What is your favorite thing about comedy?
It's not everything that makes me laugh. Funny things works better when they are not too obvious.
Knights vs. dragons: which would win the battle?
It is obvious that the dragon is the winner. I always support the animal, even if it is wild and uncontrolled.
Describe your favorite shirt that you own, and why you like it so much.
My favorite shirt is pretty simple and I made it for me. It’s Super Mario's face plastered on a red background simulating the classic pose of Che Guevara. I used terrorize the false revolutionaries from my university saying that Mario was more important for character building of young people today that Che.
Which is better, gaming, reading, or watching movies? Name your favorite title in your chosen medium.
It depends. I was more into games, but today I'm more interested in oriental movies and some TV shows like Breaking Bad and Game of Thrones.
What inspires your work?
The stranger inspires me. When I have an idea based on a new concept, hardly used, or something that people still have not seen, I fall even more for it.
Any shout outs?
The Teefury, my family, my true friends and “the luck” that suddenly decided to be my partner.