YAY!!! Yep that’s pretty much my face when I realised someone actually notices my work.
Feeling rather good about it and thinking that Shearer could make an interesting addition to the Football Faces series, I sprung into creating the design. I mean that hair is surely too awesome to pass up.
In the end, I spent the bulk of my time tweaking and shaping that maddening patch of hair. Think I just about got it right in the end.
Anyhoo, here is the link for the the t-shirt in men size: http://shirtyfooty.spreadshirt.com/football-faces-shearer-guys-A14426477/customize/color/1.
Coincidentally, there is an ongoing promotion till 04-Feb for free standard shipping. Enter coupon code LOVELY14 at the checkout and the shipping costs will be deducted accordingly.
“So whatever happened to your t-shirt store?”
Was caught off guard by this question over drinks on New Year’s Eve as barely anyone ever bother asking. Maybe my friends are just too cool to ask. Or they are just a bunch of cynics who assumed the store had tanked long ago.
Either way, for the benefit of those who are wondering, the store is still alive (three cheers!). I’ve actually created a new t-shirt series of footballers’ portraits a few months back but didn’t blog about it until now.
Below are just some of my favorites from the series.
Another one of my designs straight from the oven. Check out http://www.shirtyfooty.com for more football t-shirts.
Think I may lay off the football designs for awhile and meddle with other subjects. Any suggestions? I’ll give you a cut. Maybe. Or not.
Manchester City took the initiative in the English Premier League title race as they sealed a 1-0 victory at the Etihad Stadium on Monday. It was a fairly even game with neither keeper being tested until the 45th min, when Man City captain, Vincent Kompany inflated his balloony head and floated over the hapless Man Utd defence to knock the winner home.
T-shirts commemorating this epic event are now on sale at shirtyfooty.com. Grab yours today!
My latest t-shirt design delves into football history, specifically on the Holy Trinity of the 1960s. Comprising of Denis Law, George Best and Bobby Charlton, the trio played a significant part in Manchester United success during the 60s which culminated in the 1968 European Cup triumph.
Finally got my 1st design of 2012 out of the way and it’s an awesome superhero tee! Kinda.
In case you didn’t get it, this is Dutch footballer Robin van Persie as Robin aka Batman’s sidekick. I for one think that van Persie’s ability of scoring goals is way cooler than Robin’s superhero power of sticking real close to Batman.
Check out some of his amazing goals over here. That last video on there is pretty neat as well.
Oh by the way, the t-shirt is now on sale at shirtyfooty.com. Check it out and spread the love!
Sir Alex Ferguson recently celebrated 25 years in the hotseat at Manchester United. That is almost as long as I’ve been in existence. The media have been running features lauding his achievements and reviewing some of the highlights of his career.
Off the top of my head, here is a few of what I remember about the man,
- Fallout with his one time assistant, Brian Kidd, who is currently Man City’s assistant manager.
- Paying crazy money (at that time) for Andy Cole which looks like an awful mistake at that time.
- Paying even crazier money for Juan Sebastian Veron which is definitely an awful mistake.
- The boot to Beckham’s beautiful head and their subsequent fallout.
- His rivalry with Wenger and his livid response when Wenger said the immortal line, “Everyone thinks they have the prettiest wife at home”. Kaboomz!
- Fallout with Jaap Stam and replaced him with 35 year old Laurent Blanc. *sound of title challenge crumbling*
- His retirement u-turn and the disaster precluding that.
- His subsequent mellowing, affording plenty of leeway in his treatment of the modern footballers like Ronaldo and Rooney.
- His purple nose.
Trust me, it looks way purpler on screen. With this one outstanding physical trait, I thought it will be a good idea to do up a caricature of the man that everyone can identify with. Added with a subtle distressed effect and slapped on a t-shirt, this is what I came up with: