Ghastly Baseball T-Shirts
Mashing up the whimsical antics of the ghostly trio with the deadly shenanigans of the Sanderson Sisters & you get: Hocus Poke! This is my first design which was inspired by a good friend making a bad joke. Originally meant to be a quick sketch for Inktober. That led me to traverse the internet & notice there really isn't much beyond the book & movie out there for Hocus Pocus fans to display their love with. So if you're a fan of both of these motley crews then you can pick one up and scratch an itch for a witch out there! P.S. For those that do & have an eye for detail, keep an eye out for the easter egg!
Tags: pokemon, hocuspocus, sandersonsisters, ghastly, haunter
this is my take on a teaser advert for a new horror comic called Scream! scream was a British weekly comic anthology with a horror theme, running from 24 March 1984 until 30 June 1984, With a tagline of "not for the nervous", Scream! was supposedly edited by the fictional Ghastly McNasty. Ghastly's face was concealed by a hood, and a regular feature of the comic involved readers sending in drawings of what they believed he looked like. .
Tags: comics, comic, retro, the-thirteenth-floor, eagle-comic
Remember all those Goosebumps and cheap horror books in paperback covers? This is a recreation of that a bit trashy aesthetic that they all seemed to have - an aesthetic I fell in love with as a child, re-imagined as Pokemon Go! knockoff comic cover. Wearing this as a shirt in 99% prevents your Poke's from becoming real and hunting you down. And also warns your friends about a possible danger!
Tags: pokemon, comic, print, dark, monsters