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SPACE ZOMBIES -
I don’t know how or why a zombie outbreak would take place in space, but if it did, rest assured, it’s likely you aren’t an astronaut and would be completely safe and unaware. If, however you did find yourself floating in aspace station during the zombie apocalypse, you would have little trouble outsmarting and destroying the zombie hoards who were once your comrades….hello airlock…
TWITTER ZOMBIES -
Do you ever feel like you live in twitter? Are you mindlessly replying and retweeting all day long with no hope for reprieve? You might be a twitter zombie and there’s hope. Pick up this dynamic typographic print and show the world in bright ping that you love twitter and brains!
POETIC ZOMBIES -
Think the undead lack a flair for literary prose? Think again. With so much time to oneself, a zombie must be filled with experience and inspiration to develop some of the most dynamic poetry of all time. Isolation and intense hunger offer inspiration to that immortal rotting skull.
SLEEPING ZOMBIES -
Perhaps the best lesson when surviving the zombie apocalypse is to let sleeping zombies lie. It’s never a good idea to tempt fate and take advantage of an opportunity to crush the skull of an enemy so vile. Chances are you haven’t had enough training to take them out before they take a chunk out of your arm. Just move on, unless you can drop something heavy on it, like a car or a panda.
ZOMBIE CRAVINGS -
Why my brain, well, because it’s mine. I’m sure they would crave yours as well if you presented it to them willingly. This print really celebrates the cerebellum and grabs at your grey matter.
Facebook Zombies -
Could you imagine a zombie trolling on Facebook? The very idea is almost as ridiculous as the belief that zombies are real. Taken with a heavy dose of suspended disbelief, one would think that zombies would spend days searching for brains onFacebook, specifically one stupid enough to list its home address.
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Part of a new series of The IT Crowd inspired quote prints, the “What do you call Negative One, alone, in a room?”, “Yes, that is a word, and the joke does make sense!”, is a great illustration of the irreverent humor that comes out of the UK these days. This grungy, textured illustration is a great piece of typographic art and a great conversation piece that will have you laughing at the ridiculous questions your IT department has to deal with.
It's Dangerous to go Alone
http://ow.ly/9Ha03 A new series of minimalist art prints inspired by Zelda and the iconic figures from the past. This print features the quote “It’s dangerous to go alone. Take this.” as the old man living in a cave presents Link a low-level piece of crap sword to use agains the marauding hoards of dangerous beasts that populate Hyrule.
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This series of grunge minimalist posters is inspired by the magic of Harry Potter. These prints are based on some of the major and lesser known characters from the books and the movies. This print was designed with Fawkes in mind and features his rich, colorful coat and minimized plumage.
This series of grunge minimalist posters is inspired by the magic of Harry Potter. These prints are based on some of the major and lesser known characters from the books and the movies. This print was designed with Voldemort in mind and features his deep black cloak and his pale reptilian skin, all on a dirty green background.
Coming to my store soon, more movie posters, like this new minimalist print inspired by the effortlessly distopic pulp mystery/scifi movie, Dark City. Check out my store and follow me on twitter or tumblr for updates on all new projects being prepared for the store.
Coming Soon! Dark City
Part of a new series of The IT Crowd inspired quote prints, the “So, remember the new number! 0118 999! 88199,9119 725! …3!” “Hello? I’ve had a bit of a tumble.” quote is a great illustration of the irreverent humor that comes out of the UK these days. This grungy, textured illustration is a great piece of typographic art and a great conversation piece that will have you laughing at the ridiculous questions your IT department has to deal with.