Sunday, August 15, 2010

Who YOU Gonna Call?


Hey All,
Time for a gander at another one of my pieces for the 3G: Ghostbusters, Gremlins, and Goonies Art Show to open on September 3rd at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles. Sticking with the tattoo flash theme, I decided to play off of the "Kill 'em All..." slogan that you tend to see on Marine Corps inspired t-shirts, making the necessary adjustments tying it into the movie...

And just so you know, all 3 of my 3G pieces will be available for purchase through Gallery 1988 after the show's opening on September 3rd. For details, see: www.nineteeneightyeight.com/

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17 Comments:

Blogger jared said...

can i get this as a t-shirt?

12:32 PM  
Blogger Christopher said...

I'll second that t-shirt request. Genius.

1:23 PM  
Blogger Dan - DIOY,Y? said...

Any chance i could get this as a tattoo?

3:12 PM  
Blogger sputniksrevenge said...

Yes I too would like to get this on my skin. May I have your permission?

5:11 PM  
Blogger Derby said...

Hey all,
Thanks for your interest and kind words on my Ghostbusters piece. Working on the t-shirt idea, most likely through a site like Tee-Fury, Threadless, Ript Apparel, etc. If you are serious about getting this as a tattoo, contact me at derby51@verizon.net and we can discuss the details...
Thanks again,
Derby

7:46 PM  
Blogger Sumisu said...

This is the first thing I have ever looked at and said "I would totally get that as a tattoo"... but I won't.

I will, however, totally get this as a tshirt. totally in for a shirt.

7:41 AM  
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8:33 AM  
Blogger dmann said...

I'd like to be on a list of people who would buy that shirt.

8:36 AM  
Blogger pakmanrai said...

I want the shirt!

2:53 PM  
Blogger Mark! said...

I 9th a tshirt for this design. But I'd also like a print if the tshirt falls through.

7:01 AM  
Blogger drzwingle said...

t-shirt pleez. this is an amazing design.

10:18 AM  
Blogger Michael Clair said...

I picked up this print at Friday's 3G show and I just have to say I absolutely love it. If I could travel 400 years into the future, I'm sure it will be hanging in the Louvre next to all those hacks.

5:26 PM  
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10:10 PM  
Blogger SteveoDestructo said...

Hey Scott, wanted to show you this. i loved this design so much, and have such a profound love for both ghostbusters and tattooing, that i made this my next tattoo (although i did change egon to ray since ray has always been my favorite.) i hope you enjoy, thank you for the excellent design! a picture of the completed piece is on the page below: http://denofentertainment.tumblr.com/

10:11 PM  
Blogger Derby said...

Hey all,
Thanks for all your support! Anyone wishing to purchase a print can now do so at the Gallery 1988 website: http://nineteeneightyeight.com/index.php/la/x3gprintsx.html?p=3

If you do purchase a print and wish to get the black and white lineart in order to get a tattoo, just email a copy of your order/purchase confirmation to me at derby51@verizon.net and I'll send it to you as a thank you for buying the print!
Thanks again,
Derby

6:10 PM  
Blogger Derby said...

Hey all,
T-shirts are on the way, brought to you by Teefury.com!!! I submitted the GB design, and they accepted it. As soon as I know when it will go up for sale (for 24 hours only, for those unfamiliar with how Teefury works), I'll post all the details here.

2:51 PM  
Blogger Zane Wooder said...

Beautiful art work. I want this t-shirt badly!

-Zane of ontario honey

4:20 PM  

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