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Words from jimiyo: Ahh, two lovers so in love that remained together even into eternity... No I think, a nagging voice saying, "Hey, did you close the garage?" Man, I really don't know about all that stuff. I had to ask a married person, "What's a married person going to bed at night thing to talk about that's annoying?"
I love the collage work on this design though. And the stories are what sells designs at times. You don't have to know how to read to imagine a grander story than just what's there.
Tell us about this design: I was thinking about making a kind of Romeo and Juliet themed design for a while. Then I found this great image of the skeletons embracing, and the other elements just came together as I thought about the story more.
Tell us about yourself: Well I am 24, originally from Chicago. Currently I live in Phoenix, Arizona, but am gonna be moving to California soon. I love art, been doing traditional art my whole life and started computer art in college. I did web and graphic design for a while, but got into t-shirt design about a year ago. Of course when that happened my shirt collection jumped from like 20 shirts to 120, and I always find another one I have to have. I just got back into school too for computer animation. It was always my dream to do that, so I figured why wait? Now I'm getting ready to move to San Francisco and make it happen.
What's a day in the life of Dan Radcliffe like? Uhh, not to exciting right now haha. I am doing strictly freelance, and it kind of puts me on a crazy schedule. I just sleep at random times between designing and playing my electric guitar, so I definitely have some strange hours.
Say you win a free car, which one would you choose and why?
Back to the Future Delorian
Dukes of Hazard Orange Car
While the DeLorean would be sweet, I gotta go with the A-Team Van. I would round up the crew and let the mayhem begin! Although being a soldier of fortune is pretty lame with no guns and no Mr. T...I'd have to work on that.
Any shout outs? Just thanks to everyone that's supported my work and given me good advice on designing and the t-shirt biz. It's a ton of fun making shirts and having people enjoy your work, not to mention all the shirts I get to wear with my designs on them.