A couple of months back I was approached by Social Laundry looking for an illustration for their next t-shirt.
I was more than happy to get involved as one, they pretty much let the artists do their own thing, and two, $2 of every t-shirt sale goes to a charity. I don’t think any more reasons were needed.

The end result was my “Evil’s Poison” design and I love what they have mentioned next to the shirt on their store page: “We love this agressive, hand drawn piece from our friend Andrew, who lives North of the border in Toronto. We’ve looked at it and looked at it and tried to interpret its meaning. We have some ideas but thought we would leave it up to you. Give us your ideas by commenting below.
Although there’s not really much of a meaning behind the design, there is a story behind it. But I think that’s the great thing about art…it’s up to the beholder to decide what they see and think of it.

Now support a good cause and purchase your very own “Evil’s Poison” t-shirt right HERE.

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About bofadesign

I'm Andrew Wright, graphic designer, illustrator and kustom-hot-rod-lowbrow art fanatic. Living in Toronto and armed with a pen, pencil, paintbrush and wacom pen, I create great looking and most importantly, functional designs and illustrations that help my clients promote their business, product and events. With a degree in Graphic Design and over 10 years experience in South Africa, UK, USA and Canada my skills range from digital to traditional illustration, print design (branding, catalogs, posters, marketing) and apparel. I'm a fan of the lowbrow hot rod (K)ultra, horror industry and anything that makes your heart beat twice the speed. I'd love to hear from you and discuss turning your next project into your next success.

Posted on August 13, 2012, in Graphic Design, Illustration and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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