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Posted on November 14, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)

Football, the kind where you actually use your foot, is the biggest sport in the world and the British premiership is one of the biggest leagues in football.
Portsmouth FC, Pompey to their fans, is a Premiership team. 
When I finished this dready art design for them, I smiled, it made me happy just looking at it, it had a real feel good vibe ... the kind of vibe that Portsmouth fans, the Blue Army,...

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The people we meet along the way

Posted on November 14, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)

I met a man at a thing and his name was Mr. Bacardi and he was as cool and interesting as the night in question: a piece of dready art had been auctioned off much earlier in the evening and he had been bidding against a woman whom he graciously allowed to have the floor, but afterward while I sipped his rum and we chatted, later he asked me to do a piece for his wife ... 
he liked Don Quixote,...

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Pirates Party

Posted on November 14, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)
Different, from say the Chukka Caribbean T-shirts, subtle though it may be, is corporate art; art, that is, for advertising ... 
Red Telephone, Mobi Dogs, Taste of Cayman, Crud, Red Stripe/Cayman Distributors ... 
The dready Red Stripe Pirates Week T Shirts for 2008 and 2009 are like gold but very rare ... 'where can I get one of those dready Red Stripe shirts?' somebody asked me at a pirates party;...

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other stuff and things

Posted on November 14, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)

There's a whole dready sideline of things that you mightn't expect ... one of my favourites is customized cards for (weddings, parties ...) things and stuff ... there was one for a Caribbean dinner party for the International Wine and Food Society, there was Ally's Jammin Graduation Bashment in California, James and Ania's wedding in Poland, Campbell's house warming in the Cayman Islands and Jason...

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rewriting history

Posted on November 11, 2009 by AUTHOR (edit in theme settings)

What took you so long? 
I drew this concept for Chukka Caribbean on 4 small pieces of paper from a note pad and I drew the first ever concept for them on a napkin at my sister's dining table in Victoria, BC, Canada, in January 2005 ... dready shirts (this one's for their Ocean Safari tour) went on to be the best selling shirts at Chukka Cove, by far ... the point is, I think, that from simple...

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