Saturday, May 29, 2010

I make Sweet Lassi drinks in this...

...but I don't kill people.

Snookie, shut up and eat your pickles.

Crooked Monkey did a line of Jersey Shore inspired tees -- a lot of them are still available at the website (this was not intended to be a plug). One of the few I made might be picked up by Urban Outfitters. I think it was, but not 100% sure.

BTW, here's a picture of Micha (Crooked Monkey owner/co-founder) wearing the tee when he crashed a party that Michaele Salahi threw...Ironic, I know. It doesn't feel good to have your party crashed, does it, Mrs. Salahi?

Hey 2Pac, nice overalls.

Designed for Crooked Monkey. I think Forever 21 picked this one up, but I'm not sure--it may have been someone else. Whatevs.

I remember loving this track when I was 13.

The † and the Switchblade for the LES.

I made this design for Crooked Monkey a few months ago. One of my favorite movies "The Cross and the Switchblade" was actuall inspiration for this one. It was filmed in 1970's NYC, which as we all know was a garbage can at that time.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

You were working as a waitress in a cocktail bar...

I forgot about this design -- I did this one back in 2008 for Crooked Monkey. You won't be able to find it at their website, but you CAN get it from

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Hello, Wisconsin!

My bud Cool Abbie texted me a picture from Fond Du Lac, WI. Looks like Pac Sun.

Thanks, Cool Abbie!

Sunday, May 2, 2010

Pandas are square.

I designed this one for Crooked Monkey on Christmas eve of 2009 late at night while Santa was doing his thing. Forevs 21 picked it up and is now selling at their Heritage 81 line. Word.

Here it is in store.

Saturday, May 1, 2010

Lions in Nylon Magazine.

This month, one of my shirts I made for Crooked Monkey made it into Nylon Guys Magazine. No, it is not a fetish magazine...but maybe we can change that...together.

I thought My Chemical Romance broke up...I guess it was just a dream--a sweet, sweet dream.

Hello Dali

It was bound to happen. This was designed for Crooked Monkey.

According to my girlfriend's mom, she met Salvador Dali back in the 70's in Madrid. He carried a black ivory cain with a ruby on top and had a baby panther at his side. Maybe I should grow a Dali mustache.