Ever hear of the Braxton County Monster? Maybe the Flatwoods Monster or Green Monster? If not you should have been around in 1952. It made headlines all over the US at a time when Cold War tensions were high and alien encounters were rare. This shirt features a rendering of the original 1952 police sketch of the monster based on, eye whiteness, Kathleen May's description. This shirt was designed by the lifelong central West Virginia native, Andrew Smith, who has lived in Braxton County for the majority of his life. So get your Braxton County Monster shirt right here from a devoted Braxton County resident. This design features the original 1952 drawing as well a road map of the area in and around the original sighting location. Also included in this design is the, now, iconic wooden sign that hangs at the town limits of Flatwoods, West Virginia, that countless monster fans have taken the pilgrimage to see and snap and selfie with. For more information on the monster visit: http://www.braxtonwv.org/monster
Tags: of, west virginia, flatwoods monster, cryptid, mythology
This decorative modern illustrative image was digitally created using vector and pixel based applications on a Macintosh computer, enhanced with graphic and artistic methods. this piece required about 3 hours of image manipulation to finish. I try to create something new every day.
Tags: art, portrait, vector, digital, modern
He is "The Ghost Who Walks", "The Man Who Cannot Die" - he is THE PHANTOM! Lee Falk's timeless superhero is one of the first costumed superheroes, inspiring everyone from Superman and Batman to the X-Men. He protects the jungles of Bengalla with his trusty steed Hero, falcon Fraka and wolf Devil, branding friend and foe with his rings.
Tags: comic, fraka, hero, devil, 21st-phantom