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New Releases From Melanie Peterson Link To Collection
The I Only Wear Black Collection Hero Banner Ad and Link
The I have Too Many Black Shirts Collection Hero Banner Ad and Link

Artist: Abel Yedinak

Shirt Color: Black

Ink Type: Water Based Discharge

Check out more of Abel's designs here!

Unisex T-Shirts Printed on the Bella + Canvas Jersey Tee - BC3001 - Black

4.2 oz./yd² (US) 7 oz./L yd (CA), 52/48 Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton/polyester, 32 singles
Retail fit
Unisex sizing
Cover stitched collar and sleeves
Shoulder-to-shoulder taping
Side seams
Tear away label

Feminine T-Shirts printed on the District ® Women’s Perfect Weight ® Tee DM104L - Black

4.3-ounce, 100% ring spun combed cotton, 32 singles
1x1 rib knit neck
Shoulder to shoulder taping

XS - Body Length 27 Chest Width 16.5
S - Body Length 28 Chest Width 18
M - Body Length 29 Chest Width 20
L - Body Length 30 Chest Width 22
XL - Body Length 31 Chest Width 24
2XL - Body Length 32 Chest Width 26
3XL - Body Length 33 Chest Width 28
4XL - Body Length 34 Chest Width 30
5XL - Body Length 35 Chest Width 32


Jeffrey Veregge - Godzilla Tee Red
Xenomorph Black Jeffrey Veregge Black Tee
Xenomorph Rust Tee Jeffrey Veregge
Predator Jeffrey Veregge
Facehugger Jeffrey Veregge Tee

Featured artists

Salish Geek

Jeffrey Veregge is an award-winning Native American Artist & Writer from the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe near Kingston, Washington. He is best known for his use of form-line design with pop culture inspiration which his fans dub "Salish Geek". He has over 100 comic book covers working for Marvel, IDW, Valiant, Dynamite, Boom! & Darkhorse Comics.

Badass, old-school illustration

Pat Moriarity is an award winning and highly recognized artist and illustrator living in Port Orchard, WA. He started out as a punk rock artist in the mid-1980's, and over the course of his career has either worked for or been featured by the likes of Fantagraphics, Rolling Stone, Nickelodeon, Sub Pop, The Stranger, Seattle Weekly, Crustacean Records, National Geographic Kids, Columbia Records, Chrysler Magazine, Mineshaft Magazine, and MAD Magazine!

Joe Koski a.k.a. Rogue Gorilla

Just some skulls, skull stuff, and skull adjacent doodles and art. Joe's art can often be found hidden in plain sight throughout Kitsap County and beyond in the form of graffiti, wine labels, and free art drops.