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Steer Skull

by Michael Creese

T-shirt

  • Black White Ash Grey Natural Light Blue Lemon Light Pink Silver Cinder Slate Asphalt Lieutenant Brown Navy Pomegranate Orange Red Ultraviolet Teal Grass Tri-Grey Tri-Blue Tri-Coffee Tri-Black
  • Sizing Info

    Women Sizes

    SizeWomen's SizeChest (inches)Waist (inches)
    Small0-230-3225-26
    Medium4-632-3427-28
    Large8-1036-3830-32
    X-Large12-1440-4233-35

    Men's / Unisex Sizes

    SizeChest (inches)Waist (inches)
    Small34-3630-32
    Medium38-4032-33
    Large42-4433-34
    X-Large46-4836-38
    2X-Large48-5040-42

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DESCRIPTION

American Apparel T-shirts are made with 100% fine jersey cotton combed for softness and comfort. (Athletic Grey and Athletic Blue contain 50% polyester / 25% cotton / 25% rayon)

impasto, peinture, pintura, michael...
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Monika Strigel commented on September 20, 2012 1:30am
Great work!
Catherine Holcombe commented on September 20, 2012 6:59am
fab!
Angelo Cerantola commented on September 20, 2012 10:56am
Wonderful!! One question, Michael: do you photograph your paintings or do you scan them?
Michael Creese commented on September 20, 2012 12:01pm
Thank you Monika, Catherine, and Angelo.
To answer your question Angelo ... some of my works are too large to scan. I have heard that scanning is superior to photographing for reproduction though. For my stuff, I use two photo lights to either side of my work and photograph each work with the Olympus PEN E-PL1 digital camera. It is one of the only cameras I have found that takes good pictures of my work, without distortion or artifacts. What do you use to get your non-digital works online? Sometimes I wish I was a digital artist. It would eliminate the difficult step of reproduction.
Angelo Cerantola commented on September 20, 2012 2:49pm
Thank you Michael for your answer... your paintings are always so pristine and beautifully reproduced, I was wondering whether in fact you were just scanning them... you're doing an amazing work with the camera too! And I wouldn't trade your excellence in painting for the digital world if I were you! I used to paint and generally create art and graphics manually before I got totally swallowed up by the digital revolution, which has its advantages and beauty too... still longing for that "real" presence of paints, pencils and inks though! I usually scan my small non digital pieces and photograph the bigger ones but that's something I try to avoid as my photographic equipment isn't quite adequate for the task!! Time to shell out on a brand new Nikon I guess! ;-)
Crazy Jane commented on September 20, 2012 7:54pm
rustic and beautiful!~
Wayne Edson Bryan commented on October 12, 2012 9:15pm
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