Looking through your parents stuff can be a risky maneuver -- on one hand you might be able to score some adult mags and hooch, but on the other, why is your mom hiding this stuff in her purse? For prints from an artist willing to take that risk, check Chris Piascik Art/Tees.
Having first drawn creative inspiration from perusing his folk's album collection, CP's a CT-based freelance graphic designer/self-professed Danzig fan/cycling enthusiast who etches a prodigious collection of colorful comic prints, tees, and daily online drawings seemingly inspired by everything from bikes, music, and monsters, to TV, animals, and current events, but not currant events, because those things are perennial. Highlights include a book cover design that depicts a Wild West Frankenstein sporting a cowboy hat; a parchment paper-esque Ramen Noodles print showcasing a bowl of soup next to the tagline, "Food for the Up & Comer!"; and the Mark Zuckerberg quote, "Privacy is For Suckers," which may be true, though judging by the press outcry, privacy is definitely NOT for Mark Zuckerbergs. For styles you can wear, there's an aqua short sleeve three-color screenprint that dons a crossed out "Part Time" above the word "Hustler"; a brown crewneck with the red/yellow quote, "Caffeine is the healthiest substance on earth! It won't kill you! It won't make me kill you!", and a special slim-fit Danzig-tribute tee featuring a red-eyed black/white skeleton cat called Cattitude!, also the name of a sassy magazine for hip, urban felines, meant to compete with De-Tales.
CP also rocks an 11-part All My Bikes series (which includes the Schwinn Predator, Cobra Lotus MX-1, and Diamondback Viper), and a weekly Mad Men series that sum up the episode with illustrations, which aren't quite as explicit as the ones in mom's handbag, but -- wait, she's got a shotgun in here too? How big is this bag?