About the artist
A word from the curator:
Nick's design captures the chaos of a new project- brimming with ideas and potential, but with so many possible directions and choices that it can seem overwhelming. But even in that crowded space, clean lines and a gradient tie it all together, letting you crawl back out from the clutter again to appreciate the big picture.
Tell us the background of this design.
The design allows you to furnish your entire home using just the t-shirt. The original drawing is on canvas and is presently being painted with coffee, wine and tea.
What do you want TeeFury fans to know about you?
I design t-shirts because I hate hanging pictures.
What do you absolutely not want them to find out?
My bank account numbers...there's no money in there, but still...boundaries.
What are your feelings on time travel?
Technically I haven't tried it yet, but if it comes with a DeLorean I'm in.
Name a few of your favorite things.
Music, movies, wine, beer, video games, a big wedge of cake from the fair, a doodad to wear in your hat, the first scissor cut into a fresh piece of construction paper.
Who is your favorite Backstreet Boy?
I've got nothing.
Which is the most awesome: climbing a mountain, sailing around the world, or taking a nap?
Anything "around the world" has to be the most awesome.
What is your favorite musical era, and why?
I have a good feeling about the next one.
Which is better, gaming, reading, or watching movies? Name your favorite title in your chosen medium.
They are all great, but I suppose reading forces you to get the most involved since you create your own visuals. It's difficult to pick a favorite, but The Godfather is always the first book that comes to mind.
What inspires your work?
Coffee and travel.
Any shout outs?
Family, friends, coworkers...you know who you are.