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Matthew Dunn

by Mr Four Fingers on June 5, 2012

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I really dig these graphic novel-esque t-shirt designs by Mathew Dunn. I’m a massive fan of the genre and I feel that his style and placement suits these t-shrits. I’m also a sucker for textures and people with masks. Dunn’s character poses are great and capture an exciting moment.




You can grab on of these t-shirts from MySoti for $28. What is also cool about MySoti as you may well be aware, is that you can choose the colour of fabric that the design will be printed on.

He also has a profile on Society 6 if you would like to buy a print instead.

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Invicid – anyone remember them?

by Andy on August 25, 2010

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You’d have to be a really old school HYA fan to remember the first time I ever mentioned Invicid on HYA back in December 2006, in fact, are any of you from back then? Drop a comment if you are, it would be really cool if some of you have managed to put up with my rambling for almost half a decade.

I’m not entirely sure whether Invicid went away, I might have just gone away from them, but either way they’re back, and they’ve got three new t-shirts to show for it, and a website that’s new to me, but you wouldn’t really expect any t-shirt shop to have the same design 4 years after your last visit. The designs have a hand drawn sketch style to them which I think works really well, it’s a fairly minimalist, subdued feel to them which makes me feel like they aren’t screaming for attention but still getting it because of the quality of the work.

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Taking another look at Lucha Workshop

by Andy on September 22, 2009


I seem to have been on a bit of a nostalgia kick recently, because I keep mentioning items and brands that have been on HYA before, but quite a long time ago. Lucha Workshop are no exception, as they were last featured in November last year, and they’re still putting out designs with black ink just like they used to. I’m not sure if only using black ink is a concious decision for the brand, or if they just happen to think it works best considering the designs largely have a sketched look to them, and people tend to sketch with something dark like pencil or a black pen…. or they just bought too much black ink. Loads of photos in the gallery.

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First Knight by Michael Philips for TenBills

by Andy on February 11, 2009


Hmmmm, I wonder if TenBills know that Michael hasn’t colored in his design yet?*

Costiness=$10 (duh) Buy First Knight at

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Now that’s a long title!

I know that I’m showing you this hoodie with the ‘sketch’ side showing, but I actually prefer it with the black side showing and the sketch providing a nice bit of contrast on the hood lining, but I figured that it would look a bit boring in the picture, and the allover sketch print is really cool. It is a bit of a pity that the print is a pattern, I think this piece might have benefitted from being different all over and not having any repeating characters, it certainly would have been more interesting.

Details and inside-out in the gallery.

Costiness=£51.99 Buy the hoodie at Urban Retro

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