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I've always loved this gorgeus mashup from PETER CHAN, one of the great artists behind many LucasArts games. This work was on the Adventurer #5-1992 (the LucasArts official magazine) and it's about Day of the Tentacle from Dave Grossman and Tim Schafer (duh?). I've never found a t-shirt with it and time ago I crave it almost desperately, so... I manage to make a HI-RES t-shirt out of it. Hope you like the cut-out! ;-)
Tags: video-games, the-secret-of-monkey-island, guybrush-threepwood, threepwood, zak-mc-kracken
Sure, it may not seem like a very good reward for all that insult sword-fighting, but did you know that this t-shirt is scientifically proven to help heal wounds (both to the body and ego) 20% faster than other garments? No, you didn't, because I just made that up. Still, it might be true.
Tags: pc-games, video-games, the-secret-of-monkey-island, guybrush-threepwood, scumm
The Neverhood was the best adventure-game from 1996 and, art-wise, one of the best ever. Made entirely in "claymation", its OST (by Daniel Amos) won the "GMR Best Game Music of the Year". In short, this game is a little diamond that everyone must play. Period. This "Vitruvian Klaymen" I created from scratches is taken from the picture on the original game CD, with some fixes here and there. Hope you like it! And CHECK THE WHITE VERSION TOO!!!
Tags: art, skullmonkeys, leonardo, new, vitruvian
As only and exclusively true 80s Kids™ and/or 90s Kids© know (since there is no worldwide repository of freely available data), there was once a time when you could do just about anything, as long as it could be described with one of a handful of words no longer than five letters. No matter whether you were a mighty pirate, a teenager caught up in mad science, medieval royalty, a janitor in space or a very sad middle-aged manchild clad in polyester, the possibilities were practically unlimited. Man, those were the days™©.
Tags: pc, video-games, point-and-click, interface, retro