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T-shirt

BeastWreck (beastwreck)

BARREL-CHUCKER

by BeastWreck
  • 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

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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)

ABOUT THE ART

Who's the second-best pop-culture gorilla in human history, right behind King Kong? That's right, it's the beast who gave Mario so much trouble, kidnapping his best girl Pauline and hurling barrels at the tenacious plumber with tireless rhythm and efficiency.

I spent many a quarter trying to undo this ape's machinations as a lad, and this is my loving tribute to DONKEY KONG. May he never run out of barrels.

Available on t-shirts at my BeastWreck Shirts & Stuff shop, too! http://www.beastwreck.bigcartel.com/




Aaron Synaptyx Fimister commented on June 8, 2012 3:33am
Totally, awesome! :D
Roma commented on July 26, 2012 6:01am
Great art!
JCMaziu commented on October 18, 2012 12:37am
Great works dude... I love your style!!
choppre commented on March 9, 2013 4:18am
haha awesome buddy!
Michael Hammond commented on March 20, 2013 5:15pm
Excellent!
Salty Tees commented on October 30, 2013 5:59am
would look ultra sweet on a skateboard!
Stefano Cozzi commented on January 30, 2014 11:36am
you are an "adobe illustrator's wizard"! :D
BeastWreck commented on January 30, 2014 8:53pm
NOT Adobe Illustrator, Stefano, this was hand-drawn with brush and ink and colored in Photoshop. Most of my work is created this way, with the occasional digital ink job in Photoshop. I really try to stay away from Illustrator as much as possible -- I just can't stand using it.
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