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No One Has To Know Tshirt by CrescentDebris.

No One Has To Know Tshirt by CrescentDebris.
 
 
 
 
 
Designer: CrescentDebris
Genre: Humor, Kids, Monsters
Gender: Both
Age Appropriateness: Everyone
Limited Print: No
Customizable: No
Brand: American Apparel
Sizes: K2 - K12, Women's S - 2XL, Men's S- 3XL
Choice of Styles: No
Choice of Colors: Yes
Printing Method: Digital Direct
Buy Tee At Retailer: Goodjoe
Affiliate Program: No
Customer Service: Excellent
Ships To: All Regions
Price: $15.00 (Kid sizes) - $18.00
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The No One Has To Know tshirt design by CrescentDebris features a cute horned monster cuddling a teddy bear while sitting in front of a small campfire as his shadow evilly lingers over human bones. This shirt was inspired by the Goodjoe Theme No. 5: Guilty Pleasures. “A vicious monster that secretly enjoys hugging his teddy bear or an innocent […]

The No One Has To Know tshirt design by CrescentDebris features a cute horned monster cuddling a teddy bear while sitting in front of a small campfire as his shadow evilly lingers over human bones. This shirt was inspired by the Goodjoe Theme No. 5: Guilty Pleasures.

“A vicious monster that secretly enjoys hugging his teddy bear or an innocent creature that secretly loves to eat people. Yeah, it’s the former but if you’d like to think of it some other way, feel free to.” ~CrescntDebris

Cute and demented. It is no often one finds something this twisted that is available for kids and adults. It still may be a bit too suggestive and creepy for some folks but those people should lighten up. It is a tshirt design. Some monsters eat people. Most do anyway. A few might eat cookies or feces dyeing cereal.

The illustration on this is topnotch. The simulated textures on the wall as well as the ground rubble ad fur are almost video game quality. The perspective of the floor with its cracks is badass considering it was all done using the same colors as the wall. And how does one manage to make a monster cuter than a teddy bear?

The shading is just as remarkable, the combined textures of the wall and floor with the monochrome glow of the fire gives a crackling and flickering effect. The expressions on both monsters are laughable and memorable. Especially the shadow’s happy demented grin as it approaches the skeletons.

This tee is perfect for fans of  such things as Where the Wild Things Are and Sesame Street.

Date published: 03/16/2013
/ 5 stars

The No One Has To Know tshirt design by CrescentDebris features a cute horned monster cuddling a teddy bear while sitting in front of a small campfire as his shadow evilly lingers over human bones. This shirt was inspired by the Goodjoe Theme No. 5: Guilty Pleasures.

“A vicious monster that secretly enjoys hugging his teddy bear or an innocent creature that secretly loves to eat people. Yeah, it’s the former but if you’d like to think of it some other way, feel free to.” ~CrescntDebris

Cute and demented. It is no often one finds something this twisted that is available for kids and adults. It still may be a bit too suggestive and creepy for some folks but those people should lighten up. It is a tshirt design. Some monsters eat people. Most do anyway. A few might eat cookies or feces dyeing cereal.

The illustration on this is topnotch. The simulated textures on the wall as well as the ground rubble ad fur are almost video game quality. The perspective of the floor with its cracks is badass considering it was all done using the same colors as the wall. And how does one manage to make a monster cuter than a teddy bear?

The shading is just as remarkable, the combined textures of the wall and floor with the monochrome glow of the fire gives a crackling and flickering effect. The expressions on both monsters are laughable and memorable. Especially the shadow’s happy demented grin as it approaches the skeletons.

This tee is perfect for fans of  such things as Where the Wild Things Are and Sesame Street.

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