Tuesday, October 09, 2007

New Merchandise in many colors ready!

MORE FUN THAN CHURCH STORE

7 comments:

Rose said...

oh, I really love the black-sleaved cat one. I'll see if I can purchase one whenever I get some money

lastangelman said...

A He-Hog shirt and his sidekick?
Woo-hoo! Diggin' the Cigarrettes shirt, too.

Kali Fontecchio said...

The he-hog one is cute. I want one, except tiny.

Conceit Arturo said...

man. that Cigarretes drawing is ACE.

Say, one of my favorite images ever from the show was George as an American Georgehound, I'm sure I'd have a riot every time I put that on if it was ever put on a shirt, and it's so crazily perfect for George!! please please make it into a shirt!!

PS:...may I ask why no R&S? =X

Will Finn said...

John these are really nice. gotta get me a couple fer shur.

akira said...

the cigarettes is awesome, i'm getting that one.. thanks for including so many options this time...

i have a good idea for you i think...

the political race is heating up.. i think it would be cool if you did shirts for various political candidates, with your caracatures of them and then whatever their slogan is for 2008.. i wanted to get a ron paul shirt but all the ones i have seen are totally lame. i think there would be a huge market for cool shirts endorsing the candidates.. and i wouldn't buy one but probably hilary and obama fans would buy shirts with them...

also a request for Kaspar the Unfriendly Bear please.. (and maybe nutty the friendly dump)(and probably you don't have rights but your version of yogi, booboo and the ranger would be so cool!)

akira said...

oh also i think it would be awesome if you did a collegiate design for the john k $100,000 animation drawing course..

i bet that would actually be a good separate blog/website if you put all of those lessons under one address.. you could get new ad revenue and donations from people just going there?? i know it can all be found on your blog but for the casual web user it would be much easier to access the 100000 course if it was all together at its own address