Classic styled ZZAP!64 Magazine logo. The first issue of ZZAP!64, dated May 1985, was released on April 11, 1985, it had a dedicated cult following amongst C64 owners and was well known for its irreverent sense of humour as well as its extensive, detailed coverage of the C64 scene. As the Amiga gained popularity in the UK, ZZAP!64 began to publish occasional reviews of Amiga games. The Amiga coverage became a fixed feature of the magazine in issue 43 (November 1988), when the title was renamed to ZZAP!64 Amiga. Issue 90 (November 1992) was the last official ZZAP!64 issue.
Tags: 80s, 90s, retrogaming, old-school, distressed
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Tags: butt, ass, kwik-e-mart, springfield, homie-the-clown
This art is a clear symbol with a concrete meaning. Illustrators will draw what they'd like, with freedom, creativity. IMPORTANT: This version is specially developped for light color tees, I recommend white and silver. In my profile there's another version developped for dark color tees.
Tags: biticol, cartoon shirt, cartoons, illustration shirt, art shirt
A colorful collage of floral prints, which form the silhouette of a honeycomb cell. design, graphic, illustration, flower, flowers, flora, floral, botanical, leaf, leaves, greenery, color, colorful, cutout, paper, silhouette, negative space, paint, gradient, fade, ombre, rose, lily, lilies, valley, found, photography, magazine, shape, form, geometry, hexagon, honeycomb, bee
Tags: space, bee, honeycomb, hexagon, geometry
This art is a clear symbol with a concrete meaning. Illustrators will draw what they'd like, with freedom, creativity. IMPORTANT: This version is specially developped for dark color tees, I recommend black and charcoal. In my profile there's another version developped for light color tees.
Tags: biticol shirt, illustration shirt, art shirt, hommage shirt, hebdo shirt
Parody of the great monster magazine covers of the past especially Famous Monsters of Filmland featuring an especially ghoulish looking Mr. Lobo in this self portrait from 2009 based on the art of Basil gogos who did most of the great classic covers. Special thanks to jack Shen for technique ideas.
Tags: famous-monster, monsters, horrorpunk, illustration, magazine