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Noble Gasser

by Craig Pitman
While this element may have been fused together during the peak of underglows it's still the noblest of gasses. Nothing beats a car that can thrash around the neighborhood and then blame the noise on something else when the cops come. C ya suckers!

Idea by Nick Meinders
Shirt Color: Neon Black
Sale ended: 01-04-2018
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Width 19" 20 ½" 22" 24" 26" 28"
Length 28" 29" 30" 31" 32" 33"
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Artist Specs
  • Name: Craig Pitman
  • Location: Nova Scotia, Canada
  • Website/FB: Craig Pitman
Artist Profile
Craig has always been fascinated with cars, drawing them since he could pick up a pencil. A background in cartography helped hone his vector skills, which were put to use as a graphic artist not long after, making vector drawings of anything with four wheels and an engine. Their popularity led to some t-shirt designs and the rest is history! More examples of his work can be found on his site, or for sale on iStockphoto.