SAM & FUZZY, by Sam Logan (updates M/W/F)

Showdown, Pt. 40

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Nov 17, 2008

Shirt police

Our two new shirts go on sale today! And as usual, I have resurrected the Custom t-shirt 3-pack to celebrate. Ordering any three shirts of your choice will save you an extra $7... provided you order them before December 1st!

Putting together the Fuzzy Loves Megaman limited print kind of lunged me into a temporary childhood-reliving surge of retro-video-game-related illustration. And the culmination (and combination) of that work was this first new design.I've never done a gaming-related shirt before, and I may never do another... but man, I really, really wanted to do this one. So I did!

Click here to view the design in colour

Meanwhile, our second new design is one I've had in the back of my head all year! It was a heck of a project to put together, and is probably the largest and most complicated design I've ever done. But that's what it takes to really do justice to the enormity of the subject matter.

Click here to view the full design in colour

(The full shebang was way to tall to post here in it's entirety!)

So... new shirts! On sale. In the shop! I hope you like 'em!

-Sam Logan

Nov 14, 2008


Points of interest!

One: A pair of brand new t-shirts will be going on sale on Monday... our final new designs of the year, just barely in time for the holiday season. One is the final word on my recent fixation on Fuzzy/gaming mashups (I swear!), and the other is the long awaited "Malcolm's Diagram of the Conspiracy" design. I'm really pleased with how these two came out, and hopefully you all will be as well!

Two: For anyone interested, I've decided to put the original artwork used as a basis the Fuzzy Loves Megaman Print up on ebay. I have never auctioned any of my art before, so I have absolutely no idea what to expect. I'm just going to set the starting price at $1 and see what happens!


Sam Logan

Nov 12, 2008

Rocked out

The "Fuzzy Loves Megaman" prints are now completely sold out. Thank you to everyone who helped make them a success. As you might expect, it was incredibly fun to draw!

Sam Logan